KNOXVILLE — John Ward, the legendary voice of the University of Tennessee sports, died Wednesday evening after a lengthy illness. He was 88.
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.
The two-game winning streak for the Tri-Cities Otters soccer team (2-4-2) came to an end on Wednesday night at Kermit Tipton Stadium when they lost 1-0 to the Birmingham Hammers.
The local golf tournament scene heats back up this weekend when the Link Hills Invitational is held in Greeneville.
ELIZABETHTON — Colton Burns and Andrew Cosgrove were apparently ready for the Appalachian League baseball season to begin.
ELIZABETHTON — Tuesday was opening night for the Appalachian League and the Elizabethton Twins.
BLUEFIELD, Va.—Opening night packed quite a punch at Bowen Field.
Eli Tomac has gotten off to a fast start in a bid to defend his Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. He looks to stay ahead of the pack at this Saturday's AMA Red Bull Tennessee National at Muddy Creek Raceway.
In the aftermath, no injuries were reported, no one was arrested and both teams were disqualified from the tournament.
The players, managers and coaches in the Appalachian League are always walking a tightrope. They have to find the balance of developing players while trying to win games.
Summer is here, and so are the Elizabethton Twins.
Robert Espinoza is back for his second season as manager of the Johnson City Cardinals. The 29-year-old played six seasons in the minors for the Cardinals as a catcher. It’s the only organization he’s ever known as a professional and he’s
Updated Jun 18, 2018 at 8:19 PM
A question and answer talk with Elizabethton Twins manager Ray Smith.