GREENEVILLE — The Johnson City Cardinals flexed their muscles Tuesday night and the result was a come-from-behind 14-6 baseball victory over the Greeneville Reds at Pioneer Park.
KINGSPORT — The Elizabethton Twins brought the Kingsport Mets’ three-game winning streak to an emphatic end Sunday afternoon at Hunter Wright Stadium.
Opening Night didn’t go as smoothly as the Johnson City Cardinals would have hoped Tuesday night.
The Appalachian League season gets underway Tuesday with a slight twist. When the Johnson City Cardinals play host to the Pulaski Yankees at TVA Credit Union Ballpark, the first pitch is scheduled for 6:30 p.m., a change from years past.
What does a “perfect” Father’s Day look like? For some, it was spending the evening at the Johnson City Cardinals’ fourth annual Fan Fest with their families.
Roberto Espinoza has spent so much time in Johnson City, you could call it his home away from home — away from home.
Over the past few years, the folks who run the Johnson City Cardinals have made major improvements to the team’s stadium, from new artificial turf to new lights to the Perch beer garden.
ELIZABETHTON — A new age for the two-time defending Appalachian League champion Elizabethton Twins minor league baseball team begins this season under Boyd Sports, LLC and the first major move has been made.
PRINCETON, W. Va. — Winning Game 1 of the Appalachian League championship series is generally a big deal.
ELIZABETHTON — The Appalachian League West Division championship series is headed to the third and deciding the game.
A four-run seventh inning propelled the Elizabethton Twins to a 7-3 victory over the Kingsport Mets in the opening game of the Appalachian League semifinals Friday night at Hunter Wright Stadium.
Kingsport has reserved its place at the postseason table.
ELIZABETHTON—Working no pitcher more than three innings Monday night, Elizabethton easily contained Pulaski for a 6-2 Appalachian League baseball win at Joe O’Brien Field.