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.
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.
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.
Shortly after receiving word TVA Credit Union Ballpark was voted the best rookie league stadium in Minor League baseball for a second straight year, the Johnson City Cardinals went on to record a dramatic 4-3 win the Pulaski Yankees on Monday
Updated Jul 9, 2018 at 10:33 PM
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton Twins were able to overcome an early hitting funk to take the rubber game of the series over the Danville Braves 2-0 on Monday night at Joe O’Brien Field.
Baseball is a game of ups and downs.
BRISTOL — Independence Day might be over, but the Bristol Pirates provided plenty of fireworks on Thursday evening in a 6-3 win over the Johnson City Cardinals at Boyce Cox Field.
BRISTOL — Beer, hot dogs, baseball and the Fourth of July. There’s not much, if anything, that can be more American.
PRINCETON, W.Va. — The Elizabethton Twins salvaged a doubleheader split Tuesday night, scoring eight runs in their last at-bat for a 10-6 victory over the Princeton Rays in the nightcap at Hunnicutt Field.
The comeback wasn’t near enough on another record-setting night for the Johnson City Cardinals.
No lead is safe in the Appalachian League. The Johnson City Cardinals and Greeneville Reds proved that Monday night.
Twins fall to Princeton, 8-7