ELIZABETHTON — Appalachian League baseball is a training ground, but games are still being played.
ELIZABETHTON — Baseball’s nine-inning slate can be forgiving for a slow start, but Elizabethton couldn’t dig all the way out of a seven-run deficit.
ELIZABETHTON — Spencer Steer finished what he started.
Believing in himself landed Matt Wallner his dream job — and a pretty substantial start to his financial career.
ELIZABETHTON — Many balls and plenty of walks helped Elizabethton spend a lot of time touching home plate.
ELIZABETHTON — One night after a walk-off victory, Elizabethton’s bats fell silent.
Elizabethton opened its Appalachian League baseball season in style Tuesday night, and Twins manager Ray Smith said he liked what he saw from his starting pitcher.
ELIZABETHTON — Fireworks started one batter before they were scheduled.
It’s go time for Elizabethton on Tuesday night, and the Twins boast three high draft picks — at least for the time being.
ELIZABETHTON — It was a chance for Elizabethton to take a giant leap toward the West Division title.
ELIZABETHTON — In baseball, hot or cold only applies to a team’s most recent game.
ELIZABETHTON — Appalachian League baseball’s new extra-inning rule probably could not be any more wonky, and Elizabethton probably couldn’t have been any more wonky in handling both ends of it.