Johnson City scored early and rallied late, but was unable to do enough in between against the Danville Braves on Saturday night at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.
“This guy’s hotter than a misprogrammed Roomba that wandered into a Ramada Inn steam room.”
A four-run, ninth-inning explosion by Bristol was the demise of the Johnson City Cardinals in Friday night’s Appalachian League contest at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.
A few feet made the difference in Thursday night’s Appalachian League contest at TVA Credit Union Ballpark, where the Johnson City Cardinals fell 4-3 in the second game of the series to Bristol.
Chandler Redmond made his grandfather proud Wednesday night.
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton Twins pounded out 13 hits and took advantage of three costly Johnson City errors in a 7-5 victory Tuesday night at Northeast Community Credit Union Ballpark.
ELIZABETHTON — Johnson City has received two hard lessons on finishing — thanks to Ruben Santana and Elizabethton.
BRISTOL, Va. — The Bristol Pirates made up for some lost time Friday night, pounding the baseball and hammering Johnson City's Cardinals to the tune of 11-0 in an Appalachian League beatdown at DeVault Stadium.
BRISTOL, Va. — The mark of a first-place baseball team is a good number of winning stretches throughout the season, and the Johnson City Cardinals are certainly demonstrating they do mean business this summer.
BRISTOL, Va. — The Johnson City Cardinals mashed out 10 hits in Wednesday night’s Appalachian League 6-3 win over the Bristol Pirates at Boyce Cox Field.
Liam Sabino hit a walk-off single in the ninth inning to lift the Johnson City Cardinals to a 4-3 win over Elizabethton and into first place in the Appalachian League West Division standings Monday night at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.
ELIZABETHTON — The first matchup of the “Sibling Rivalry” went to the Elizabethton Twins, as they beat the Johnson City Cardinals 7-3 in Sunday evening’s Appalachian League contest at Northeast Community Credit Union Ballpark.
BLUEFIELD, Va.—Limited to four hits in both ends of Saturday’s Appalachian League doubleheader at Bowen Field, Johnson City was bested 7-5 and 6-2 by Bluefield.
BLUEFIELD, Va.—Giving Bluefield’s bullpen plenty of rough treatment, Johnson City hammered the Blue Jays 14-3 on Thursday night at Bowen Field in an Appalachian League game.
Greeneville snapped Johnson City’s five-game win streak, but the Cardinals went down swinging Wednesday night at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.