The Appalachian League champion Johnson City Cardinals have been selected for three awards including the Woman of Excellence Award, Executive of the Year and the Promotional Trophy by the league’s general managers.
The Johnson City Cardinals treated fans to an exciting season of Appalachian League baseball this year!
Burlington showed no ill effects of playing 17 innings the previous night and making a road trip well after midnight. Instead, it was Johnson City which got out to a slow start an committed four errors in Game 1 of the Appalachian League
Sep 2, 2019 at 9:32 PM
KINGSPORT — The wild Appalachian League West division race took another turn Monday night at Hunter Wright Stadium as the Kingsport Mets hammered the Johnson City Cardinals, 15-6.
ELIZABETHTON — Elizabethton pitcher Cody Laweryson struck out 15 Greeneville batters over six innings as the Twins kept their slim hopes for an Appalachian League playoff berth alive.
Johnson City blew an early lead against the Bristol Pirates on Sunday and in the process lost their lead in the Appalachian League West Division standings.
ELIZABETHTON — Danville scored four runs in the sixth inning to take a 7-1 win over the Elizabethton Twins on Sunday night at Northeast Community Credit Union Ballpark.
Elizabethton administered a third-inning knockout to the Johnson City Cardinals on Thursday night at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.
Zach “Action” Jackson blasted a two-run home run to give the Johnson City Cardinals more late-inning heroics Wednesday night at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.
PULASKI, Va. — Down to their final out, the Johnson City Cardinals rallied for three runs to pull off an improbable 4-3 victory over the Pulaski Yankees on Tuesday at Calfee Park.
Johnson City was unable to overcome an early deficit in a 4-2 loss to the Princeton Rays on Monday night at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.
Saul Torres set the tone early with a three-run home run and the Pulaski Yankees downed the Elizabethton 7-4 on Sunday evening at Northeast Community Credit Union Ballpark.
Johnson City maintained its one-game lead in the Appalachian League West Division standings Sunday evening at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.
Zach Jackson flipped the script with his grand slam and Jake Sommers threw eight solid innings as the Johnson City Cardinals ended a two-game slide Wednesday night.
KINGSPORT – It was the Scott Ota show for Kingsport Monday.