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.
GREENEVILLE — Francisco Justo gave Johnson City another solid outing, but the Cardinals couldn’t close it out Wednesday night against the Greeneville Reds.
ELIZABETHTON — Class No. 10 was inducted into the Carter County Sports Hall of Fame this past weekend at the Tennessee Center of Applied Technology.
ELIZABETHTON — Spencer Steer finished what he started.
GREENEVILLE — The Johnson City Cardinals flexed their muscles Tuesday night and the result was a come-from-behind 14-6 baseball victory over the Greeneville Reds at Pioneer Park.
KINGSPORT — In the first baseball game of the summer for the Hammond Post 3 (Kingsport) Patriots, everything clicked for them in a 10-4 win in five innings over Elizabethton Post 49 on Sunday afternoon at Hunter Wright Stadium.
KINGSPORT — The Elizabethton Twins brought the Kingsport Mets’ three-game winning streak to an emphatic end Sunday afternoon at Hunter Wright Stadium.
DANVILLE, Va. — Zach Jackson drove in seven runs to lead the Johnson City Cardinals from an improbable rally to a blowout victory over the Danville Braves.
KINGSPORT — Elizabethton kept Kingsport’s bats in check for the final four at-bats in Saturday’s Appalachian League baseball contest.
KINGSPORT — Kingsport used the power game for the second night in a row Friday to pick up its second straight Appalachian League baseball win.
DANVILLE—Offensively, it was a struggle for Johnson City and Danville in their Appalachian League baseball matchup on Friday night.
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.