The Burlington Royals denied the Kingsport Mets the three-game Appy League sweep Sunday by pulling out a 4-2 victory at Hunter Wright Stadium in Kingsport.
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The Kingsport Mets snapped an eighth-inning tie on Cristopher Pujols’ RBI single and slipped past the Burlington Royals 5-4 on Saturday night in Appalachian League action at Hunter Wright Stadium.
The Kingsport Mets got two big innings at bat and solid pitching for all nine Friday to take the opener of their three-game Appy League series with the Burlington Royals.
The Kingsport Mets got the better of the Burlington Royals — and Mother Nature — with a 9-1 Appalachian League victory on Friday at Hunter Wright Stadium in Kingsport. Rain delayed the start of the game by about two hours.
A four-run third inning by Bluefield proved to be too much for Kingsport to overcome.
The hits came but the runs stayed away for the Kingsport Mets in a 5-1 Appy League loss to the Bluefield Blue Jays on Tuesday night at Bowen Field.
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The Kingsport Mets dropped the rubber game of their Appalachian League series with the Pulaski Yankees on Sunday afternoon, falling 11-5 at Hunter Wright Stadium.
Kingsport again struggled at the plate before Andres Regnault and Kennie Taylor came through with big bats for the K-Mets on Saturday at Hunter Wright Stadium.
The Pulaski Yankees took advantage of poor fielding by the K-Mets to score five unearned runs in a 6-1 Appalachian League win at Hunter Wright Stadium on Friday.
Kingsport finally found an answer for Johnson City. The K-Mets rallied late to take a 7-2 Appalachian League win over the Cardinals Thursday.
The Kingsport Mets had to rally, but they finally defeated the Johnson City Cardinals for the first time this season. Dakota Hamilton was at Hunter Wright Stadium Thursday to record all the action.
The Kingsport Mets have forged a partnership with the Greater Kingsport Family YMCA where players, managers and other employees want to get even more involved in the community, outside of Hunter Wright Stadium.