Tom Sox Conclude 3-Game Road Trip at Winchester

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Charlottesville Tom Sox (1-1) take on the Winchester Royals (1-1) tonight (June 4) at 7pm. The game will be broadcast live on Facebook Live courtesy of Sheetz and Subway.

Game Coverage: The game will be broadcast on the Valley Baseball League’s Facebook page, as well as the Valley Baseball League Audio Network. Live stats will also be available. Fans can follow along with in-game updates on the team’s official twitter account (@CvilleTomSoxVBL).

Probable Pitching Matchup:

Charlottesville: Jacob Haney

Winchester: TBD

Leading Off

  • The Tom Sox and Royals meet for the first time this season and the only meeting in Winchester.
  • The Tom Sox’s next win will be the 100th in team history.
  • Winchester has had Charlottesville’s number at their place, with the only Tom Sox win coming in their first ever meeting in 2015 (16-2).
  • This meeting ends Charlottesville’s season-opening three-game road trip.

On the Brink of History

  • The Tom Sox’s next win will be the 100th in team history.
  • The team’s first ever victory came on June 11, 2015 at home against New Market (7-5) and the 50th came on July 29, 2017 in a home playoff game against Staunton.


  • Cayman Richardson’s four runs scored tied him atop the all-time single-game leaderboard. Ramon Garza and Kevin Madden’s three apiece tied them each for fifth.
  • Cole McNamee’s six at-bats tied him for 9th all-time.
  • Kevin Madden’s four RBI tied him for 9th all-time.
  • The team’s 18 runs scored are the second-most in team history.
  • Charlottesville’s 16 hits are tied for 6th-most in Tom Sox history.
  • The 10 walks are tied for 5th all-time.
  • Staunton’s six HBP are the most by an opposing team in Tom Sox history.
  • The three double plays turned by the Tom Sox infield are tied for third all-time.


  • The Royals bounced back from a 5-3 loss at Front Royal on June 1 to take a game against the now 0-3 Purcellville Cannons 7-3 last night.
  • Four of the nine starters each had more than one hit and the pitching staff looked impressive, allowing just four hits and striking out 14.
  • On the season, the Royals are led by sophomore infielder Jordan Barnett, batting .556 (5-for-9) with a double, RBI, and a walk, as well as a pair of hitters batting .375 apiece.


The Tom Sox begin a three-game homestand as they host Covington on Wednesday.


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OF/INF / 6’2″ / 175 lbs / Senior


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INF / 6’0″ / 195 lbs / Sophomore


RHP/INF / 6’4″ / 220 lbs / Junior