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Woodies roll past Nationals 12-4


Woodies fall to P-Nats, 6-3


Huff delivers walk-off single to lift Woodies over Dash


Dash dethrone King and Down East, 3-1


Winston-Salem takes first game against Down East, 8-2


Defense falters as Woodies get shutout by Potomac


Woodies even series with Nationals, 3-1


Woodies sweep Dash in Sunday doubleheader


Tyler Phillips promoted to Double-A Frisco


Wood Ducks and Dash rained out Saturday


Hernandez leads Wood Ducks past Dash, 9-2


Woodies salvage finale from Pelicans, 7-4


Wood Ducks issue season-worst 10 walks in loss to Pelicans


Pelicans snap Wood Ducks' 10-game winning streak, 4-3


Woodies sweep 'Peckers to win tenth straight


Wood Ducks rally to win eighth straight


Woodies sweep Pelicans, win franchise-best 7th straight game


Phillips strong start leads Woodies to 3-0 win over Pelicans


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