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.
For the third time this season, the Johnson Cardinals broke their single-game attendance record when 4,167 fans came out to TVA Credit Union Ballpark on Saturday night.
BRISTOL—The Appalachian League’s West Division crown fits Elizabethton.
Just three outs from a late-season win, Johnson City failed to finish off Greeneville Saturday night at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.
ELIZABETHTON—DaShawn Keirsey Jr. and Chris Williams had big hits in a five-run seventh inning that ushered Elizabethton to a 6-3 conquest of Greeneville in Tuesday night’s Appalachian League baseball action at Joe O’Brien Field.
Victimized for 17 hits Tuesday night, Johnson City was defeated by Burlington 13-5 in an Appalachian League baseball game at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.
ELIZABETHTON — Even as the visiting team, the Elizabethton Twins (30-24) baseball team found a way to win at Joe O’Brien Field 5-3 over the Johnson City Cardinals (25-31) on Sunday afternoon.
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.