ELIZABETHTON — Appalachian League baseball’s new extra-inning rule probably could not be any more wonky, and Elizabethton probably couldn’t have been any more wonky in handling both ends of it.
The bats stayed hot Thursday night for the Johnson City Cardinals as they won over the league-leading Bluefield Blue Jays for the second time in as many nights, prevailing 7-6 at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.
On “All You Can Eat” night Wednesday at TVA Credit Union Ballpark, the Johnson City Cardinals baseball team rallied from as much as a three-run deficit to beat the Bluefield Blue Jays, 7-5.
ELIZABETHTON — It must be uncomfortable for opposing pitchers to look at Elizabethton’s lineup.
Tax season can be an overwhelming place for certified public accountants. Add in a family of five and the task gets more daunting. Now add a dash of baseball season, and you have . . .
It is the place where everything starts, and in most games it’s the place where things are held together.
It’s that time of year. Preseason preparation has begun, and the long days that turn into nights will be the rule rather than the exception.
Yes it is July, but believe it or not the 2018-19 high school sports season begins Monday.
KINGSPORT – Elizabethton’s winning streak ended rather abruptly Monday.
BURLINGTON, N.C. — Johnson City still hasn’t recovered from a recent skid.
MILLIGAN COLLEGE — Nathan Meade announced his resignation as baseball coach at Milligan College on Monday. He’s been the school’s coach since 2007.
KINGSPORT — The Elizabethton Twins increased their winning streak to seven and their division lead over the Kingsport Mets to three on Sunday with an 11-10 win over Kingsport.
BURLINGTON, N.C. — The Johnson City Cardinals ended a five-game losing streak Sunday night with a 7-6 win over the Burlington Royals on the road.