The Danville Braves struck early and often, and by the time the Johnson City Cardinals realized what had hit them, it was over.
BLUEFIELD, Va.—Pumping life into an offensive attack that had sagged the previous two games, Elizabethton got the job done Saturday night.
“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.
GREENEVILLE—A.J. Bumpass homered and Ivan Johnson doubled across the tie-breaking run as Greeneville rallied for a 4-2 Appalachian League victory over Elizabethton on Friday night.
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.
GREENEVILLE—With Graham Ashcraft hurling five no-hit innings and Tyler Callihan banging out three hits, Greeneville subdued Elizabethton 6-2 on Thursday night in an Appalachian League game.
ELIZABETHTON — Welcome to the Appalachian League, Malcom Nunez.
ELIZABETHTON—The Elizabethton Twins produced a steady stream of offensive excellence on Friday night.
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.
When you see Walker Robbins on the pitcher’s mound, you’d never think he played another position.
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.