KINGSPORT—The Elizabethton Twins used their power game Saturday night to increase their lead over Kingsport in the Appalachian League’s West Division baseball standings.
BURLINGTON, N.C. — With Jose Marquez drawing a bases-loaded hit-by-pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning, Burlington turned back Johnson City 6-5 in their Appalachian League baseball series opener on Saturday night.
The Johnson City Cardinals rallied from 10 runs down to have the tying run at the plate on Friday night.
It was a grand opening for a pair of new Twins.
Elizabethton would probably cast its vote for TVA Credit Union Ballpark as minor league baseball’s best stadium.
Science Hill’s Brandon Feathers and Elizabethton’s Tre Shoun were among the players honored Wednesday on the Tennessee Sports Writers All-State baseball team.
KINGSPORT — After a thriller on Tuesday night at Hunter Wright Stadium, the Kingsport Mets took another game at the expense of the Greeneville Reds 4-1 on Wednesday afternoon.
Hunter Lee might have been the least likely player to lead Elizabethton’s assault of Johnson City’s pitching staff Tuesday night.