Alexander Vizcaino kept the Kingsport Mets in check Saturday, pitching the Pulaski Yankees to a 5-1 win — and three-game Appalachian League series sweep — at Calfee Park.
The Pulaski Yankees built a 7-0 lead on their way to an 8-1 Appy League win over the Kingsport Mets on Friday night.
Kingsport pitching had a hard time finding the strike zone Thursday night and the Mets dropped a 7-2 Appalachian League decision to Pulaski.
Trailing by four runs, Kingsport cut loose for seven in the bottom of the third inning and went on to capture a 10-4 Appalachian League win at Hunter Wright Stadium.
The K-Mets trailed 7-2 before scoring four in the bottom of the sixth inning on two, two-run home runs. Kingsport added another run in the bottom of the ninth. But the rally fell short with Bluefield holding on for an 9-7 win.
With the Appalachian League season down to the final three weeks, the Kingsport Mets kept themselves in playoff position with an 8-3 victory over the Bluefield Blue Jays on Sunday night at Hunter Wright Stadium.
Saturday’s win at Danville pulled Kingsport back within 2½ games of Appy League West Division-leading Elizabethton after the Twins dropped a doubleheader with Bluefield.
The Kingsport Mets dropped an 8-6 Appalachian League decision to the Danville Braves on Friday night in an Appy League game that featured 23 hits.
DANVILLE, Va. — It was a sludge-in-the-crankcase kind of night for the Kingsport Mets.
The Elizabethton Twins stole a game 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 and claim a 4-3 victory Wednesday.
Chris Williams homered twice and drove in six runs to help the Elizabethton Twins outslug the Kingsport Mets 16-10 on Tuesday night at Joe O’Brien Field.
The Kingsport Mets took both ends of a critical Appalachian League doubleheader with the Elizabethton Twins on Monday night at Joe O’Brien Field.
The Bristol Pirates rolled to a 12-5 Appalachian League win over the Kingsport Mets on Sunday at Hunter Wright Stadium.
The Kingsport Mets started fast and never let up in a 14-6 Appy League win over the Bristol Pirates on Saturday night.
There can be no doubt about the Kingsport Mets’ determination to come back in this one.