It’s looking more and more as though there won’t be an Appalachian League baseball season this summer.
The early 1980s were some good times to be a fan of Appalachian League baseball fan.
NEW YORK — Major League Baseball players ignored claims by clubs that they need to take additional pay cuts, instead proposing they receive a far higher percentage of salaries and commit to a longer schedule as part of a counteroffer to start the
Jun 1, 2020 at 9:55 AM
Editor’s note: This is part of a series of stories told by Ronnie Carter, who was executive director of the TSSAA for 23 years before retiring in 2009.
Editor’s note: This is the second of a three-part series of stories told by Ronnie Carter, who was executive director of the TSSAA for 23 years before retiring in 2009. This installment of the series is written in screenplay format (INT.
May 31, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Editor’s note: This is the first of a three-part series of stories told by Ronnie Carter, who was executive director of the TSSAA for 23 years before retiring in 2009.
When thinking of dominant baseball pitchers from the 1970s, names like Tom Seaver, Jim Palmer, Catfish Hunter and Vida Blue come to mind.
When local baseball fans ask Zac Clark if he has a plan for the coming Appalachian League season — and they do a lot — the Johnson City Cardinals general manager nods.
As the Major League Baseball draft inches closer, Landon Knack seems more confident he’ll hear his name called.
Never before have three players been chosen as the Johnson City Press/Kingsport Times-News Super 22 baseball player of the year. Never before in the history of the award have been the circumstances like the COVID-19 pandemic.
High school baseball season barely got off the ground before it ended, so recognizing the area’s best performers was out the window.
If you look up the definition of a true hometown hero, you’ll probably find a picture of Minnesota Twins great Kent Hrbek next to it.
Twenty-six years of Spring Fling produced many memorable moments for Northeast Tennessee teams.
As the baseball was motionless a few feet from the dugout on May 24, 1997, everyone at Engel Stadium had the opportunity to experience the odd phenomenon of time standing still.
High school athletics took the first step toward getting back in action Monday as the Northeast Tennessee Return to Action Plan was officially approved by directors of schools.