Tuesday, May 26, 2015

The Northern Virginia Knights got 7 great innings on the mound from Fryman against the Alexandria A's. Fryman gave up only 1 run on five hits while getting great support by the Knights who won, 15-1.  Redd led the Knights offense, a 3-5 effort with a double, two RBI and 2 runs scored. Warfield, Alvarez, and R. Carlson each added two hits for the Knights. Beasley started for the A's and kept it close through 6, even though he did not get a lot of support from his defense. The Knights finally broke it open with 9 runs in the 8th.  One bright spot for the A's was leadoff hitter J. Payne who went 3-for-3, scoring the only run on D. Joseph's RBI double in the 5th.


Tuesday, May 19, 2015

The Knights beat the Tenlytown Barbequers, 5-4, behind a stellar 5 innings by Snyder to close out the game. Snyder relieved Hernandez in the top of the 5th and allowed only two baserunners the rest of the game on a walk and a hit while collecting 8 Ks. The Knights offense was led by Redd and Warfield with two hits each and an RBI and a run scored, respectively. The BBQers starting pitcher threw a great game, recording 11 strikeouts. 


Friday, April 24, 2015

The Knights open up the summer 2015 season against the Arlington Silver Bullets tomorrow night at Robert E. Lee High School in Springfield, VA.

Come out and support the Knights on opening night! Game time is 5pm.

The first 5 fans will receive a free Knights chainmail speedo*!

*While supplies last


Wednesday, February 11, 2015

The Knights are recruiting talented ball players for the 2015 spring/summer season. Any pitchers or position players with collegiate level or above experience are encouraged to contact us for more information.

The summer season runs from April - July and features a 30+ game schedule. Uniforms and equipment are available. We track full stats for every player for each season, as well as historic Knights all-time stats.

Let's play ball!


Monday, June 16, 2014

The Knights swept a doubleheader Sunday morning to up their winning streak to 17 games. After a slow start, the Knights are in first place at 17-3.

Game 1 Sunday was won in dramatic fashion, beating the News Hounds 6-5 with a walk-off passed ball with two outs that allowed McDonald to score the deciding run. Snyder threw a complete game allowing only seven hits and two earned runs with seven strikeouts. The offense was led by Warfield, who went 3-4 with a double and two RBI, and Caggiano, who also went 3-4. J. McEvoy and Sherman also contributed with a hit and a run each. 
Fryman also threw a complete game in the second leg of Sunday's doubleheader, allowing only one unearned run on five hits. Bonnet was the hero of the game, driving in two runs, including the game winner, on a double while facing a full count with two outs in the seventh. J. McEvoy went 2-4 with a double, and Caggiano went 2-3 with a walk and two runs. Hanley went 2-3 with a run scored, and Sherman had the game's first extra base hit and RBI, scoring Caggiano on a double in the fourth. The Knights played excellent team defense, with the team's lone error being the cause of the only run scored by the News Hounds. 
Come out Thursday evening as the Knights take on divisional opponents, the Falls Church Barons. Game time is 7pm at Thomas Edison High School in Alexandria.

Monday, July 01, 2013

The Northern Virginia Knights are actively recruiting talented ball players.

Any pitchers with collegiate level or above experience are encouraged to contact us for more information.



Friday, May 03, 2013

The Knights remain unbeaten this spring as they pull off a 3-2 balk-off victory in the 9th!

Great defense and exceptional pitching from both sides was the story for most of the night. The Knights struck first with a sacrifice fly off the bat of Hernandez in the 5th. The Senators came right back with back-to-back-to-back singles in the 6th to tie it up. The Senators would then pull ahead in the 8th off of their own sacrifice fly.

The Knights trailed 2-1 going into the bottom of the 9th. Leonard led the charge with a leadoff single. DiMatteo then layed down a beautiful sacrifice bunt to move Leonard into scoring position. Caggiano's third hit of the night was a big one. He hit a drive to deep center, scoring Leonard on a standup double. The game was tied with the Knights winning run in scoring position. Baker hit a hard single to left, but with the outfield playing in, Caggiano is forced to stop at third. With Spicer at the plate and the winning run 90 feet away, the ol' fake-to-third rule change strikes early and hard. Caggiano crosses the plate and the Knights win on a walk-off balk.

Snyder pitched 7 strong innings for the Knights, giving up 1 run and striking out 7. Hernandez pitched the final two to pick up the win.


(Sorry Royals fans, if there are any of you...)

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