ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton Twins had a very good 24 hours.
ELIZABETHTON — Imagine going to work in a foreign country and not being able to speak the language. That’s a problem some Elizabethton Twins rookies have to face every summer.
ELIZABETHTON—Working no pitcher more than three innings Monday night, Elizabethton easily contained Pulaski for a 6-2 Appalachian League baseball win at Joe O’Brien Field.
BRISTOL—The Appalachian League’s West Division crown fits Elizabethton.
ELIZABETHTON — It was a chance for Elizabethton to take a giant leap toward the West Division title.
ELIZABETHTON—DaShawn Keirsey Jr. and Chris Williams had big hits in a five-run seventh inning that ushered Elizabethton to a 6-3 conquest of Greeneville in Tuesday night’s Appalachian League baseball action at Joe O’Brien Field.
ELIZABETHTON — Even as the visiting team, the Elizabethton Twins (30-24) baseball team found a way to win at Joe O’Brien Field 5-3 over the Johnson City Cardinals (25-31) on Sunday afternoon.
Two men from Minnesota looking to advance their careers wound up in Elizabethton working for the Twins organization. What are the odds?
GREENEVILLE—A mixture of Luis Rijo, Pedro Garcia and a spotless defensive effort proved vexing to the Greeneville Reds on Tuesday night.
GREENEVILLE—Stellar pitching anchored Elizabethton’s Appalachian League baseball victory on Monday night.
ELIZABETHTON — It just wasn’t Elizabethton’s night Saturday as the Twins dropped an Appalachian League baseball doubleheader with Bluefield, 7-1 and 7-5, at Joe O’Brien Field.
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton Twins’ baseball team extended its win streak to three games with a 3-0 win over Bluefield on Thursday night at Joe O’Brien Field.
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton Twins stole a game away from the Kingsport Mets with a walkoff two-run single in the bottom of ninth by Ricky de la Torre to score Colton Burns and Trevor Casanova for a 4-3 win.
ELIZABETHTON — The Elizabethton Twins used their power to remain atop the Appalachian League West Division standings.
PULASKI, Va. — Scoring was reduced to the bare minimum in one Appalachian League baseball contest on Saturday night.