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  • Cardinals Complete New Turf Project

    The Johnson City Cardinals have announced the completion of their new synthetic turf infield. The new turf infield at TVA Credit Union Ballpark is a big improvement leading into the 2017 season and will be an impressive amenity for the Cardinals' players and staff for many years to come. MORE »
  • Johnson City Draws Over 53,000 Fans

    The Johnson City Cardinals capped the season off with another Appy League Championship and set a new single season attendance mark with 53,444 fans! MORE »
  • Cardinals Set Single Season Attendance Record

    The Cardinals needed just 641 fans on Tuesday to set the single season attendance record. Doug Janz was the lucky fan who became fan number 48,039 on the season, surpassing the old record from 1994. MORE »
  • Cardinals Land Another Award

    Ballpark Digest, a highly respected outlet for baseball and stadium news, announced on Monday that Boyd Sports President and COO Chris Allen is the recipient of their Executive of the Year award for 2016. MORE »
  • Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union Named Stadium Partner

    Starting with the 2016 season, the Cardinal's home stadium will be named TVA Credit Union Ballpark, while the playing surface will remain Howard Johnson Field. MORE »
  • July 9th: Johnson City Wagon Wheels

    On Saturday, July 9th, the Johnson City Cardinals will become the Johnson City Wagon Wheels for one special night! MORE »
  • Cardinals Drop 7-3 Decision

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - The Johnson City Cardinals dropped a 7-3 decision to the Greeneville Astros on Wednesday night at Cardinal Park. After the loss, the Cardinals still hold a two-game advantage over Kingsport for the final playoff spot in the West Division. MORE »
  • Cardinals Unveil Party Deck Design

    The Johnson City Cardinals have released the first renditions of their new Party Deck/Beer Garden addition to TVA Credit Union Ballpark for the 2016 season. MORE »
  • E-Twins headline Appy League All-Stars

    The rookie-level Appalachian League named its 2014 All-Star Team on Friday, with the first-place Elizabethton Twins claiming the circuit's Player, Pitcher and Manager of the Year. MORE »
  • Appy notes: Jays' Greene gets message

    Conner Greene was disappointed when he started his second pro season in the GCL, but the 19-year-old right-hander took the decision as a personal challenge and promptly pitched his way to Bluefield. MORE »
  • Cardinals Slip 8-7 to Mets

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - The Johnson City Cardinals lost a tight battle to the Kingsport Mets 8-7 at Cardinal Park on Tuesday night. MORE »
  • Cards Survive 3-2

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - The Johnson City Cardinals were able to survive a late scare from the Kingsport Mets 3-2 at Cardinal Park on Monday night. MORE »
  • Cards Sweep the Royals

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - The Johnson City Cardinals won a rain-shortened game 6-3 at Cardinal Park on Saturday night to complete the sweep of the Burlington Royals. Johnson City also won its sixth straight game to complete back-to-back series sweeps. MORE »
  • Cards Fall 7-4

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - The Johnson City Cardinals fell to the Kingsport Mets 7-3 at ETSU's Thomas Stadium on Sunday night. Kingsport rallied with five runs in the last three innings to seal the deal after being behind 3-0 through four innings. MORE »
  • Cards Comeback 6-5

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - The Johnson City Cardinals used a three-run eighth inning to comeback and beat the Burlington Royals 6-5 at Cardinal Park on Friday night. MORE »
  • Cards Prove To Be Royal Pain

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - The Johnson City Cardinals jumped on the Burlington Royals quickly with a two-run first inning and held on for a 5-2 victory on Thursday night at Cardinal Park. The Cardinals have now put together four-straight wins for the first time this season. MORE »
  • Jays Out-Fly the Cardinals

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - The Bluefield Blue Jays used a six-run eighth inning to out-fly the Johnson City Cardinals 13-6 at Cardinal Park on Wednesday night. With the victory, Bluefield took the series as the two teams split the season series 3-3. MORE »
  • Bluefield Prevails 2-1

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - The Johnson City Cardinals fell to the Bluefield Blue Jays 2-1 at Cardinal Park on Tuesday night in game two of the three-game series. Johnson City had three errors in the game and left eight runners stranded while going 0-11 with runners in scoring position. MORE »
  • Cardinals Outlast Bluefield 2-1

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - The Johnson City Cardinals outlasted the Bluefield Blue Jays 2-1 on Monday night at Cardinal Park in a game with solid pitching on both sides. Johnson City improved to 18-17 with the win, its their third over the Blue Jays in four games this season. MORE »
  • Cardinals Fly High 5-2

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - The Johnson City Cardinals used a dominating performance on the mound by Dailyn Martinez to fly past the Elizabethton Twins 5-2 at Cardinal Park on Saturday night. Martinez finished with eight strikeouts in 7 2/3 innings pitched. MORE »