Category Archives: Sponsors


Game Tonight, Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Wednesday, June 18, 2014 – Kill Devil Hills, NC

Game Tonight, June 18, 2014, Wednesday – Outer Banks Daredevils vs Little Creek Stars;

cropped-200187_1007497194953_1450634826_12180_3825_n1.jpg   VS   Little Creek Stars Logo

Ballpark opens at 6:00pm, First Pitch at 7:05pm

Interfaith Community Outreach Appreciation Night – Sponsored by Max Radio of the Carolinas

Interfaith Community Outreach 2014 logo  Max Radio Logo TB

Post Game Player Meet & Greet – BK Shuckers Sports, Oyster Bar & Grill

bk shuckers pic


Game Tonight, Tuesday, June 17th

June 17, 2014, Tuesday – Bark in the Park

Outer Banks Daredevils vs Tidewater Drillers;

cropped-200187_1007497194953_1450634826_12180_3825_n1.jpg   VS   Tidewater Drillers Logo Pic Rev

Ballpark opens at 6:00pm, First Pitch at 7:05pm

Outer Banks SPCA Appreciation Night – Sponsored by Jolly Roger Restaurant

obx spca logo   jolly roger logo 2

Post Game Player Meet & Greet – Jolly Roger Restaurant

jolly roger logo 2


Player Meet & Greet today, 2:00pm – 4:00pm at America’s Mattress

Saturday, June 14, 2014 – Southern Shores, NC

FAN ALERT: Members of the Outer Banks Daredevils will be at America’s Mattress store today between 2:00pm and 4:00pm for our player meet & greet. Stop by and meet some of our players, Homer The Home Run Horse will also be there along with East Carolina Radio’s 102.5 The Shark, Marco and radio voice of the Daredevils, Tom Hoggard. There will be ticket give aways, food and a great deal on all your bedding needs, so stop by today and tune in to 102.5 FM, The Shark.

America’s Mattress is located at 5385 N. Virginia Dare Trail, Southern Shores, NC 27949 (next to Pizza Stop)


Daredevils win sixth-straight contest

KILL DEVIL HILLS, N.C. (June 11) – It may have been two weeks since the Outer Banks Daredevils (6-1) faced the Tidewater Drillers (4-2), when the Daredevils dropped the opening game of the season against the Drillers 4-1.

However, Wednesday proved to be a different day, as the Daredevils won their sixth-straight game over Tidewater in convincing fashion by a score of 7-2.

When the Daredevils scored at First Flight Field Wednesday evening, it was in bunches. The Daredevils put a pair of runs in the second and fourth innings, while scoring three more insurance runs in the bottom of the fifth. The Daredevils allowed the Drillers to score two runs in the seventh frame, but that was all the closer Tidewater would get.

Outer Banks was paced by another strong pitching performance by James Walsh. Walsh threw a spotless five innings, striking out eight while allow four hits and two walks. It was Walsh’s second win on the season, and has not allowed a run since giving up two to the same Tidewater Drillers back on May 26.

On offense, the Daredevils were once again led by leadoff man Josh Wyatt. Wyatt drove in three runs, which included a two-run triple to left center to bring home a pair of runs in the fourth inning. Wyatt leads the team in RBIs with 10. Xavier Barrier and Chris Childress were the other two Daredevils to collect two hits on the evening.

Most important, the win proved to have a big impact on the standings early on in the season. Heading into Wednesday’s contest, the Daredevils were atop of the Tidewater Summer League by a half game over Tidewater.

The Daredevils finish off their schedule for the week Thursday when they play host to the Little Creek Stars. Cancer Awareness Night sponsored by OBX Chevrolet and Buick gets underway when the gates open at 6 p.m., and continue with a special pre-game mini-concert performed by Johnny Waters and Company. The band will be on hand to also sing the National Anthem, with the first pitch set for 7:05.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014 – Daredevils Game Cancelled

Daredevils win streak put on hold

 KILL DEVIL HILLS, N.C. (June 10) — After winning their fifth-straight contest Monday, the Outer Banks Daredevils (5-1) will have to put their win streak on hold as Tuesday’s Tidewater Summer League Contest against the Greenbrier Knights has been postponed due to unplayable field conditions. Last nights and this mornings rain has left the field unplayable. We regret to announce this cancellation. No makeup date at this time has been announced.


The Daredevils return to action Wednesday when they face the Tidewater Drillers at First Flight Field. Interfaith Community Outreach Appreciation Night at the ballpark will begin when the gates open at 6 p.m., and the first pitch to follow at 7:05.

Daredevils win fifth game in a row against Virginia

KILL DEVIL HILLS, N.C. (June 9) – In a back-and-forth game at First Flight Field Monday, the Outer Banks Daredevils (5-1) picked up a 9-8 win over the Virginia Warriors to extend their win streak to five games. It was Dare Education Foundation Appreciation Night, and DEF Executive Director Elisabeth Piff was on hand to throw out our first pitch.


The visiting Warriors got on the board first with a sacrifice fly in the top of the second inning, followed by another run in the third frame. The Daredevils returned the favor in the third and fourth innings with runs of their own. Virginia picked up another run in the sixth, while the Daredevils evened things up at three with a run of their own in the seventh inning.

 The eighth inning of Monday’s game was by far the most action-packed. Virginia scored four runs in the top half of the frame off two runs and an error. Going into the bottom half of the inning, things looked bleak for the Daredevils.


 However, that was not the case. The leadoff batter Josh Wyatt reached base on a walk, while Brett Johnson hit a single up the right side and Corey Ballard drew a walk to load the bases with no outs. Xavier Barrier also drew a walk to bring in a run. Tyler Franko and Graham Barnes each followed with singles to bring in a few more runs, and Dylan Harvey drove in Franko for the go-ahead run with a double to right-center field.

 Kyle Spruill, who came on to relieve Wes Carmichael in the eighth inning with two outs, picked up the win, after allowing a runner to reach third base with one out. Spruill stuck out the next two batters to finish off the Warriors.

In total, six Daredevils collected RBIs, while Harvey and Franko had two each. The Daredevils also collected 10 hits while stranding five runners.


The Daredevils put their five-game win streak on the line Tuesday when they host the Greenbrier Knights on Dare CASA Appreciation Night. The gates open at 6 p.m., with a pre game mini concert by the Sea Notes Barber Shop Quartet at 6:20. The Sea Notes will also be singing the National Anthem, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05.