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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.
On Monday, anyone who makes a donation to either Second Harvest Food Bank or Goodwill will be able to buy one general admission ticket and get one free.
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.
GREENEVILLE — Nipping at the heels of an Appalachian League playoff berth, Kingsport lost a little of its footing on Thursday night.
The Mets made a shocking rally, scoring eight times in the seventh inning and eventually earning a crucial 16-12 win over Greeneville in an Appalachian League game Wednesday night.
The going got rough and stayed that way for Kingsport on Tuesday night as the Mets absorbed a 9-0 loss to Appalachian League foe Danville.
The final week and a half of the Appalachian League season is going to be exciting for the Kingsport Mets. They added to the drama Monday night.
Andres Regnault hit a solo home run in the top of the ninth inning to pull Kingsport within a run of Danville, but the Braves held on to take a 4-3 Appy League win Sunday.
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Anthony Dirocie unloaded a three-run homer in the top of the ninth inning and the Kingsport Mets outlasted the Pulaski Yankees 9-8 in a wild Appy League matchup Saturday night.
Earlier this week ETSU sophomore Bellamy, and Dobyns-Bennet senior Chikome, took time to visit with the Times News and talk about their Fun Patrol careers.