GREENEVILLE—A mixture of Luis Rijo, Pedro Garcia and a spotless defensive effort proved vexing to the Greeneville Reds on Tuesday night.
A day after winning a game with three hits, the Johnson City Cardinals left nothing to chance. Benito Santiago made sure of that.
GREENEVILLE—Stellar pitching anchored Elizabethton’s Appalachian League baseball victory on Monday night.
Monday was better than the day before for the Johnson City Cardinals.
ELIZABETHTON — It just wasn’t Elizabethton’s night Saturday as the Twins dropped an Appalachian League baseball doubleheader with Bluefield, 7-1 and 7-5, at Joe O’Brien Field.
Princeton's Appalachian League baseball team is now called the Rays, but the Johnson City Cardinals still had a devil of a time with them on Thursday night.
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton Twins’ baseball team extended its win streak to three games with a 3-0 win over Bluefield on Thursday night at Joe O’Brien Field.
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton Twins stole a game away from the Kingsport Mets with a walkoff two-run single in the bottom of ninth by Ricky de la Torre to score Colton Burns and Trevor Casanova for a 4-3 win.
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton Twins used their power to remain atop the Appalachian League West Division standings.
BRISTOL—Eight of Johnson City’s nine batters contributed at least one hit Tuesday night, propelling the Cardinals to an 11-5 Appalachian League baseball conquest of Bristol.
BRISTOL, Va. — The Bristol Pirates swept the Johnson City Cardinals in an Appalachian League doubleheader Monday night, and they won both games in their final at-bat.
GREENEVILLE — The Johnson City Cardinals baseball team might have used all of the firepower it had Saturday night with a 18-run performance against the Greeneville Reds.
SEVIERVILLE—Johnson City and Greeneville churned out mass quantities of hits and runs on Saturday night.
PULASKI, Va. — Scoring was reduced to the bare minimum in one Appalachian League baseball contest on Saturday night.
GREENEVILLE — Zach Jackson ripped a two-run home run in the top of the ninth inning Friday night, enabling Johnson City to beat Greeneville 9-7 in a back-and-forth Appalachian League baseball affair.