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2017 Schedule Released

The Holly Springs Salamanders have released their 2017 schedule.  The Salamanders start the season on the road, visiting Fayetteville, Asheboro and Martinsville before returning to the North Main Athletic Complex for the home opener on Saturday, June 3, against Morehead City. 

The 2017 slate includes 14 weekend home games, including five Sunday afternoon tilts.  Overall, the Salamanders will play at home 28 times during the 56-game campaign.  The Salamanders will also host… Read More

Salamanders Host Families

Players come from all over the country to play for the Salamanders – while players from faraway places bring unique talent to the team, it also means they need a place to call home for the summer. 

Host families open their doors to a player or two during the summer months, but the benefits of housing a player last long after the heat of the summer has diminished.

Maria Birch and her husband… Read More

Salamanders Win Season Finale

The Holly Springs Salamanders emerged victorious over the Martinsville Mustangs in the regular season finale of the 2016 Coastal Plain League season by a score of 2-0 at the North Main Athletic Complex in Holly Springs, North Carolina on Monday night.

The Salamanders (12-16, 22-32) were held off the board until the fourth inning when Dillon Stewart (UNC-G) launched his tenth home run of the season to put the Salamanders in the run column.… Read More

Sharks Outlast Salamanders

On a warm Saturday evening in Holly Springs, the Wilmington Sharks took home a 3-1 victory against the Holly Springs Salamanders at the North Main Athletic Complex.

The Sharks (15-10, 31-21) used single runs in the second, third, and sixth innings to triumph over the home-standing Salamanders (11-16, 21-32). Brett Smith (Bucknell) paced the Wilmington offense. The Hanover, Pa. native notched three hits and scored two runs. He also knocked in a run in… Read More

Forest City Wins in Extras

In a game that was interrupted by two separate rain delays, the Forest City Owls emerged victorious by a score of 4-2 in eleven innings on Thursday night at the North Main Athletic Complex in Holly Springs, North Carolina.

The Salamanders (10-15, 20-31) jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning thanks to a solo home run off the bat of Dillon Stewart (UNC-G).

That score held until the eighth inning when… Read More

Marlins Slug Past Salamanders

Morehead City Marlins jumped out to an early 6-0 over the Holly Springs Salamanders and never looked back as they defeated the Salamanders 8-4 (11-14, 20-29) on Wednesday night at the North Main Athletic Complex.

The Marlins (14-9, 27-22) used a four-spot in the fifth inning to as the devastating blow to the Salamander hopes. A Christian Campbell two-run home run, scoring Matthew Batten, propelled the Marlin offense to four runs on four hits… Read More

Join the Fight against Cancer

Join the Salamanders in the fight to end childhood cancer Thursday night as we have St.Baldricks in the ballpark. 

Established in 2000, St. Baldrick’s is one of the leading fundraising organizations combating childhood cancer. The 50/50 raffle will benefit the organizations and there will be a donation table where fans can make donations.  There will be a head shaving event with players from both teams participating.  Fans will be able to sign up and… Read More

Salamanders Win Two In a Row

The Holly Springs Salamanders used an explosive offense to defeat the Fayetteville SwampDogs by a score of 14-3 on Monday night at North Main Athletic Complex.

Dillon Stewart led the Holly Springs (20-28, 10-12) offense going 4-for-6 with a pair of RBI along with a two-run home run in the sixth inning, his team best eighth of the year. Meanwhile, Devin Ruiz clubbed his second home run of the year and collected three hits in… Read More

Behind the Stats

Everything is bigger in Texas, including the cattle trailers.
Each year during the Texas State Fair, cattle trailers flock from all over the state in hopes of being named the best overall trailer in the state.  One of the Salamanders, Brady Harlan, took home the first place ribbon for a 28-foot cattle trailer he and his classmates built during his junior year of high school.

Prior to high school, Harlan’s… Read More

Salamanders Fall in Extras

The Salamanders extended their losing streak to five games with a 9-3 loss against Peninsula Friday night.

Connor Johnson started the game, pitching five innings and giving up five hits and no runs. Tyler Scearce was dealt the loss after giving up six runs in the eleventh. 

A bases-loaded double from Devin Ruiz pushed the only two runs across the plate for the Salamanders in the fourth inning, giving Holly Springs a 2-0… Read More

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