BRISTOL – The Elizabethton Twins needed just one inning to do enough damage to pick up an Appalachian League baseball win Sunday.
The Johnson City Cardinals applied the lessons from Sunday’s batting practice to hand the Kingsport Mets their first loss of the Appalachian League baseball season.
Kingsport made easy work of Johnson City on Saturday night.
BRISTOL—One evening removed from a 19-run, 19-hit performance, Elizabethton found itself on the opposite end of the spectrum.
BRISTOL—Elizabethton enjoyed a bounty of offensive productivity on Friday night.
The red-hot Kingsport Mets ruined the Johnson City Cardinals’ home opener Friday night.
BLUEFIELD, Va.—Bluefield was in total command heading into the top of the eighth inning.
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton Twins did it again Thursday night in the series finale against the Burlington Royals.
The Johnson City Cardinals were on the road Thursday night, but that didn’t keep their home stadium from buzzing with activity.
ELIZABETHTON — So far, so good. Very good, to be precise.
BLUEFIELD, Va. — Johnson City pitchers Noel De Jesus and Kyle Leahy combined on a seven-hit shutout to lift the Cardinals to a 2-0 Appalachian League baseball victory at Bluefield on Wednesday night at Bowen Field.
KINGSPORT – Sometimes it’s all about being patient.
ELIZABETHTON — Colton Burns and Andrew Cosgrove were apparently ready for the Appalachian League baseball season to begin.