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P-Nats And Red Sox Washed Out Again In Salem
Another Doubleheader Set for Sunday Afternoon at 12:05pm
08/09/2014 6:27 PM ET

Salem, VA---The Potomac Nationals and Salem Red Sox were once again rained out at Salem Memorial Ballpark due to consistent rainfall and wet grounds.

Another doubleheader has been scheduled for Sunday afternoon to begin at 12:05pm.

Both contests are set for seven innings.

The Nationals plan again to send LHP Hector Silvestre (1-0, 3.55) and RHP Dakota Bacus (4-6, 4.49) to the mound in Games One and Two, respectively, and the Red Sox will have RHP Joe Gunkel (2-4, 3.83) then RHP Pat Light (5-5, 4.99) towing the rubber.

Since one game scheduled to be played in the Roanoke Valley will not be played due to the rainfall that began yesterday and has now wiped out two days of scheduled contests in Salem, an additional game will be played when Potomac entertains Salem from Tuesday, August 12th through Thursday, August 14th.

The date of that extra game between Potomac and Salem which will create a twin bill at Pfitzner Stadium has not yet been announced.

The Potomac Nationals of the Carolina League play at Pfitzner Stadium in Woodbridge, Virginia, and are the Class-A Advanced affiliate of the Washington Nationals. The Potomac Nationals have claimed four Carolina League Championship titles (1982, 1989, 2008, and 2010) and eight division championships. Most recently, the P-Nats earned a 2013 Carolina League Northern Division pennant. P-Nats 2014 season tickets and mini plans are now on sale. Sponsorship opportunities for the 2014 season and beyond are available. Plan your corporate outing now for the 2014 season to see the future stars of the Washington Nationals at The Pfitz as the P-Nats offer discounted group rates and all-inclusive picnic options. Visit the P-Nats online at www.potomacnationals.com orcall the Potomac Nationals Ticket Office at 703-590-2311 for more information!

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