Friday night the Bluefield Blue Jays snapped their five game losing streak with a 2-0 road win over Pulaski. The strong pitching continued on Saturday night as the Jays posted their second straight win 2-1 over Bristol. Ryan Noda went 3-4 a home run and a two RBI's. Starter Elio Silva threw five innings and gave up just one run on three hits, striking out five to pick up the win. The Jays improve to 5-5 on the season. They continue their series with the Pirates tomorrow night at 6:05.
Sunday night the Bluefield Blue Jay extended their winning streak to three games after a 2-0 win over the Bristol Pirates. The shut out was the second for the Jays pitching staff in the last three games. Antony Fuentes went 2-3 with the game's only two runs driven in. The Jays improve to a game over .500 at 6-5 on the season. They look to complete the sweep over the Pirates Monday at 7:05.
Tuesday night was just one of a couple scheduled nights off for the Appalachian League as the Major League Baseball All-Star Game took center stage in Miami, the Bluefield Blue Jays and Princeton Rays returned to the diamond on Wednesday night. The Rays offense produced it's highest run total of the season at 17, with a 17-6 victory over the Danville Braves Wednesday night. Devin Davis went 3-5 with a home run and five RBI's. Catcher Ronaldo Hernandez went 4-6 with two doubles and two RBI's.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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