Monday was better than the day before for the Johnson City Cardinals.
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.
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.
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.
All the damage was done at once.
PULASKI, Va.—Johnson City’s pitching was superb on Thursday night.
PULASKI, Va. — With Leandro Cedeno doing the heaviest damage, Johnson City knocked off Pulaski 9-3 Tuesday night in Appalachian League baseball action.
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.
BURLINGTON, N.C. — Johnson City still hasn’t recovered from a recent skid.
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.
BURLINGTON, N.C. — With Jose Marquez drawing a bases-loaded hit-by-pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning, Burlington turned back Johnson City 6-5 in their Appalachian League baseball series opener on Saturday night.