The High Point-Thomasville HiToms will take on the Old North State League West All-Stars in an exhibition contest at 3 p.m to kick things off, followed by an ONSL home run derby at 6 p.m. At the conclusion of the home run derby, the Mustangs will battle the ONSL East All-Stars at approximately 7 p.m. Fans can purchase tickets online or at the gate for $8 and receive admission to both games.
HPT bounces back with a 10-4 victory over non-league opponent Bull City late Tuesday night from Historic Finch Field. The bats the came alive once again as the HiToms tallied double digit hits, 13, for the third time this season. Hogan Windish led the way with a 4-for-5 effort which included two doubles, two home runs and seven RBIs.
Ryan Cusick (sophomore RHP from Wake Forest) earned the July 3 start against Martinsville and was untouchable. In only 4.0 innings of work, he struck out eight and surrendered no runs by allowing zero hits. HPT went on to win 12-1 that night to improve to 2-0 on the young season. Cusick was also recognized as the CPL's Pitching Line of the Night.
The NC3 HiToms run away late with a 10-0 victory over Kannapolis Monday night at Historic Finch Field. Gabe Hernandez dominated on the mound for the HiToms. Hernandez (1-0) tossed a complete game shutout, struck out nine and walked just one.
Live stream options and packages available inside release! For the first time in 18 years, Finch Field will NOT have the honor of celebrating the 4th with America's pastime and fireworks. We would like to thank Shuler Meats and Novant Health for providing sponsorships to help us celebrate the 4th. It's still GAME DAY but on the road!
HiToms drop Independence Day series finale against Martinsville 10-5 at Hooker Field. For the first time this summer, HPT trailed in a contest as Martinsville galloped out to a 5-0 advantage through three complete. The HiToms would pull within one, 5-4, entering the bottom of the sixth off of a Britt Fuller (Duke) 3-run blast, but the Mustangs would answer back with a crooked number in the bottom of the same inning.
HiToms open CPL play with an extra-inning win over the Martinsville Mustangs, 6-5, late Wednesday night from Hooker Field. Under international rules, HPT pushed two across in the top of the 10 inning. Max Hildreth (Memphis) took advantage of a Mustang error to score. Then, with a Hogan Windish (UNCG) sac fly, a crooked number would be too much for Martinsville to overcome.
Baseball is back in the Triad. The CPL HiToms are set to finally open the 2020 summer slate this weekend with three non-league games at Historic Finch Field. Tonight, HPT will face Catawba Valley. 2020's first pitch is set for 7 p.m. Latest COVID-19 guidelines around the ballpark are listed inside.
The HPT Locos hang on to win 8-7 over the Statesville Owls late Wednesday night to improve to 4-1 on the summer. Statesville’s four-run, ninth-inning rally came up just short as the tying run on third was left stranded. HPT catcher Gabe Rentas threw out a stealing Owl in a first and third situation to seal the deal. With the win, HPT’s winning streak now improves to four.