The Outer Banks Daredevils will open the 2016 season at home on Monday night, June 6th. We hope all of our fans will make plans to join us for Opening Night, and throughout the season, for great collegiate summer baseball.
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Outer Banks Daredevils name Chris Childress 2015 Most Valuable Player!
The Outer Banks Daredevils have named Chris Childress as their 2015 Most Valuable Player. Childress led the team in hits, doubles, triples, runs scored, slugging percentage, on base + slugging percentage, batting average, and batting average with runners in scoring position. A threat on the bases, he stole 10 bases, and defensively, Childress had an All-Star caliber year as well, taking away doubles in the gap from his centerfield position, and daring anyone to run on him.
“Childress is a really good ballplayer, has a great sense for the game, really good instincts, has a plan, works hard, and has a great attitude. We had alot of great kids with us this summer, but I am sure all of them would agree that Childress was our MVP, on the field, in the clubhouse and in the community” said Coach Dooley.
Chris Childress is from Mechanicsville, VA, where he attended Hanover High School before attending College of the Albemarle for his first season of collegiate baseball. Chris Childress (2015 Daredevils MVP / College of the Albemarle) joins former Daredevils Connor Hall (2013 Daredevils MVP / Longwood Univ) and Dylan Harvey (2014 Daredevils MVP / West Va Tech) in the Daredevils Record Book. Congratulations Chris Childress, Outer Banks Daredevils 2015 Most Valuable Player!
2015 Stat Leaders:
Chris Childress – College of the Albemarle (2015) 29
Chris Childress – College of the Albemarle (2015) 6
Chris Childress – College of the Albemarle (2015) 2
Taylor Turner – Univ of North Georgia (2015) 18
Chris Childress – College of the Albemarle (2015) 23
Ryan Creps – Canisius College (2015) 16
Base on Balls:
Evan Hanifee – James Madison Univ (2015) 30
Ryan Creps – Canisius College (2015) 23
Hit By Pitch:
Matt Denham – Greesboro College (2015) 4
Batting Average (AVG):
Chris Childress – College of the Albemarle (2015) .345
On Base Percentage (OBP):
Evan Hanifee – James Madison Univ (2015) .486
Slugging Percentage (SLG):
Chris Childress – College of the Albemarle (2015) .464
On Base + Slugging Percentage (OPS):
Chris Childress – College of the Albemarle (2015) .920
Batting Average with Runners in Scoring Position (BA/RISP):
Chris Childress – College of the Albemarle (2015) .484
Earned Run Average (ERA):
Colton Harlow – James Madison Univ (2015) 1.753
25.2 IP; 16H; 7R; 5ER; 14BB; 27K
Matt Carter – California Univ of Pennsylvania (2015) 4
Game 3 of the 2015 League Championship Series has been postponed due to unplayable field conditions. This afternoon’s thunderstorms have left the field under water and we have been forced to postponed tonight’s scheduled game between the Greenbrier Knights (1-1) and the Outer Banks Daredevils (1-1). The make up date and time is TBA.
Thursday, August 6, 2015 – PNC Park, Kill Devil Hills, NC
Greenbrier Knights (1-1) vs Outer Banks Daredevils (1-1).
Daredevils will host League Championship Series at PNC Park in Kill Devil Hills, NC vs the Greenbrier Knights!
Game 3 – Thursday, August 6, 2015
Outer Banks Sports Tourism Appreciation Night
Skydive OBX will be parachutting into the ballpark during our pregame ceremonies (weather permitting).
and as always, we will have great concessions, provided by Mulligan’s Raw Bar & Grill and Island Snowball Company.
Games played at PNC Park, located at the First Flight Athletic Complex, 109 Veterans Drive, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948.
Gates open at 6:00pm, First Pitch at 7:05pm
The Outer Banks Daredevils are presented by the Dare Coalition Against Substance Abuse, Dare CASA.
All games played at PNC Park, located at the First Flight Athletic Complex, 109 Veterans Drive, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948.
Gates open at 6:00pm, First Pitch at 7:05pm.
Great Collegiate Summer League Baseball… Great Concessions (Mulligan’s Raw Bar & Grill & Island Snowball Company)… Special Guest (SkyDive OBX, Spacewalk of Currituck, Kitty Hawk Kites, YMCA, Johnny Waters, The Sea Notes Barbershop Quartet)… Kid’s Games and Activities… Lucky Ticket Promotions & 50/50 Raffles… Enjoy America’s Favorite Pastime… Fun For The Whole Family!!!
The Outer Banks Daredevils got shut out 5-0 by the Greenbrier Knights in Game Two of the League Championship Series on Wednesday at PNC Park, First Flight Athletic Complex, tieing the series at one game apeice.
Josh Mason got the win for the Greenbrier Knights. He tossed six innings of shutout ball. He struck out two, walked one and surrendered five hits. Greg Beale pitched two shutout innings in relief, giving up no hits, with one strikeout and one walk, and Colby Rudis pitched a perfect ninth, with no hits, no walks and one strike out, to perserve the shut out and close out the win for the Knights.
With the game still knotted at 0 – 0 in the top of the fifth, Jamison Griffin reached on a walk, stole second, and scored on an RBI double by Bryce Myers, giving the Knights a one run lead, which in the end would prove to be enough. The Knights were not done scoring however, and posted four runs in the 8th inning, capitalizing on three walks, one hit batsmen and RBI singles by Mike Kroll and Evan Roberts.
Bailey Lipscomb started for the Outer Banks Daredevils, and pitched 7 strong innings, giving up only four hits, one run and three walks while striking out five Greenbrier hitters, but still was charged with the loss as the Daredevils were unable to keep pace with the Knights offense.
The deciding Game 3 of the 2015 League Championship Series will be played tomorrow, August 6, 2015 at PNC Park in Kill Devil Hills. Game time is 7:05pm.
Down 3 runs going into the bottom of the ninth, the Outer Banks Daredevils lead off batter, Ryan Creps got things started with a single up the middle, stole second, and scored on an Evan Hanifee double to right field. Chris Childress came to the plate with one out, and crushed a triple in the left center gap that scored Hanifee and brought the Daredevils within one run, then Julio Rosales hit a single to score Childress and tie the game and force extra innings.
In the bottom of the tenth, with the score tied at five, Evan Hanifee came to the plate and hit a walk off single, scoring Cedric Henry, who led off the bottom of the tenth with a double to right center, to secure the game one win. Evan Hanifee reached base four times. He scored two runs and had two RBIs.
Outer Banks Daredevils take game one of the 2015 League Championship Series from the Greenbrier Knights in a come from behind victory.
Despite a strong pitching performance from Knights starter Alan Johnson, who went 7 innings, surrendering only one hit, and no earned runs, while striking out 9, the Greenbrier Knights couldn’t get over the hump.
Matt Carter got the win in relief for Outer Banks Daredevils. Matt Carter pitched 1 2/3 innings and allowed no runs.
Tyler Murphy couldn’t get it done on the mound for Greenbrier Knights, taking the loss. He pitched one inning, walked one, struck out one, and allowed one run.
The top of the third saw Greenbrier Knights take an early lead, 3-0. Logan Pingley singled to ignite Greenbrier Knights’ offense, before Robert Lathrop singled, plating Pingley. The scoreboard lit up again for Greenbrier Knights when Bryce Meyers and Robert Lathrop scored on a two-run single by Robbie Depp.
Outer Banks Daredevils scored one run in each of the third, eighth and tenth. In the third, Outer Banks Daredevils scored on an error, scoring Hanifee.
Greenbrier Knights matched its one-run fourth inning with one more in the seventh. In the fourth, Greenbrier Knights scored on an RBI single by Jamison Griffin, bringing home Aj Hunt.
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