Former K-Mets manager Bobby Floyd is among the 2019 special election class of Appy League inductees announced Wednesday. He is the first inductee from the Kingsport Mets affiliate.
A proposal by Major League Baseball could mean the end of the Appalachian League as we know it.
The team that wouldn’t quit did it again and now the Johnson City Cardinals are the champions of the Appalachian League.
The Johnson City Cardinals evened the Appalachian League championship series at a game apiece with a 7-2 victory over the Burlington Royals on Tuesday night at Burlington Athletic Stadium.
The Burlington Royals showed no ill effects of playing 17 innings on Sunday in the Appalachian League semifinals then making a road trip well after midnight.
The Appalachian League baseball season has come to an end for our Kingsport Mets. That also brings to a close our #MetsMugs: Game Faces of the Week fan photo contest! The Times News and Kingsport Mets appreciate everyone who's played along with us
Chandler Redmond drove in four runs and the Johnson City Cardinals rallied to beat the Bristol Pirates 7-5 on Sunday in the Appy League semifinals at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.
The Pirates can close out the best-of-three series in Game 2, set for Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.
After surviving a wild four-team race to close out the regular season, the Johnson City Cardinals got a day off on Thursday. Up next is a best-of-three semifinal series with the Bristol Pirates. The postseason begins Friday at 6:30 p.m. at DeVault Stadium in Bristol, Virginia.
Johnson City won a thrilling Appalachian League West division de facto title game 9-7 and will be playing the Bristol Pirates beginning Friday.
The Appy League’s West Division race is in for a photo finish after the Johnson City Cardinals thumped the Kingsport Mets 9-4 on Tuesday night at Hunter Wright Stadium.
The wild Appalachian League West Division race took another turn Monday night at Hunter Wright Stadium where the Kingsport Mets hammered the Johnson City Cardinals 15-6.
Five pitchers combined on a four-hit shutout Sunday to keep Kingsport in the thick of the Appalachian League playoff race.
The Kingsport Mets kept up their Appalachian League playoff push with a 9-2 rout of the Bluefield Blue Jays on Saturday at Hunter Wright Stadium.
The Kingsport Mets keep pushing for the Appalachian League postseason.