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  • Season Recap, Awards for 2016 K-Mets

    KINGSPORT, Tenn.-Another Appalachian League season has come and gone and though 2016's version did not tell the same story as last year's club who won the division, this go-around still featured a lot of noteworthy moments and players. MORE »
  • Another Walk-Off Win Caps 2016 Season

    KINGSPORT, Tenn.-Following a night where Jose Maria walked it off in the bottom of the tenth inning for a win, Kingsport won in walk-off fashion yet again in extras Thursday night to cap the 2016 Appalachian League season with a 9-8, 10-inning contest win over the Bristol Pirates. MORE »
  • Maria Plays Hero in Win Over Pirates

    KINGSPORT, Tenn.-Jose Maria's three-hit day propelled the Kingsport Mets to its fourth-consecutive victory as the first baseman's RBI double in the bottom of the 10th inning walked it off as the K-Mets took down the Bristol Pirates 2-1 Wednesday night at Hunter Wright Stadium. MORE »
  • Wolf's bat, Almeida's Arm Win it For K-Mets

    KINGSPORT, Tenn.--- Jeremy Wolf's solo home run in the bottom of the eighth inning proved to be the difference as the hit, along with Adrian Almeida's heroics in the ninth, downed the Bristol Pirates 3-2 in Game 1 of the season-ending series Tuesday night at Hunter Wright Stadium. MORE »
  • Humphreys Deals in 4-0 Shutout

    KINGSPORT, Tenn.-The Kingsport Mets won its eighth series of the season behind a joint shutout from Jordan Humphreys and Blake Taylor on the mound as the K-Mets took down the Danville Braves 4-0 in the rubber-match Monday night at Hunter Wright Stadium. MORE »
  • Ramos Delivers in Ninth for 5-4 Win

    KINGSPORT, Tenn.- Darwin Ramos managed to escape a bases-loaded, no outs jam in the top of the ninth inning to retire Danville in Game 2 as the Kingsport Mets held on by a thread for the 5-4 win Sunday afternoon at Hunter Wright Stadium. MORE »
  • Starting Pitching Shines in Loss to Braves

    Kingsport, Tenn.-Saturday night witnessed one of the better pitching matchups the Appalachian League has seen all season long as Ian Anderson and the Danville Braves took Game 1 over Joel Huertas and the Kingsport Mets in 2-0 fashion from Hunter Wright Stadium. MORE »
  • Benard's HR Paces Rays Passed Mets

    Sandy Brito (2-0) was awarded the win in relief after tossing two innings of scoreless baseball en route to four strikeouts in the outing. Princeton's starter, Hector Lopez, was chased with one out remaining in the bottom of the fifth inning. Lopez's final line read 4.2 innings of two-hit baseball, eight strikeouts and five walks. MORE »
  • Cespedes's Career-Night Leads to Win

    KINGSPORT, Tenn.-The K-Mets made it three wins in-a-row Thursday night as Ricardo Cespedes's four-hit day aided Jake Simon on the mound as the Kingsport Mets defeated the Princeton Rays 10-4 in Game 2 of the series from Hunter Wright Stadium. MORE »
  • Aybar, Humphreys Come Though for K-Mets

    KINGSPORT, Tenn.-The Kingsport Mets rode the hot arm of Jordan Humphreys and the hot bat of Cecilio Aybar to a 4-2 win over the Princeton Rays in Game 1 of the series from Hunter Wright Stadium in what was the first of nine-straight home games to end the 2016 Appalachian season, Wednesday night. MORE »
  • Bats Shine in Split DH with Cardinals

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn.-The Kingsport Mets' offense exploded during Tuesday's double header with the Johnson City Cardinals as the club scored a combined 24 runs while pounding out 25 hits on the day during a split twin-billing at TVA Credit Union Ballpark. MORE »
  • Cardinals Set Tone Early in 5-3 Win

    JOHNSON CITY, Tenn.- After power failure filled the ballpark in-between what was supposed to be a double header affair Monday night at TVA Credit Union Ballpark, Kingsport traveled home with only one decision on the night which was a 5-3 loss at the hands of the Johnson City Cardinals. MORE »
  • Consecutive Astros Runs Doom K-Mets

    GREENEVILLE, Tenn.-The Greeneville Astros utilized run-scoring hits in innings four through seven to break a tied ballgame and win the 10th and final Appalachian League regular season contest against the Kingsport Mets 8-4, Monday afternoon at Pioneer Park. MORE »
  • De Aza Drives in Two for Walk-Off Win

    KINGSPORT, Tenn.- Much like Game 1's affair on Saturday night, the Kingsport Mets walked it off in the bottom of the ninth inning in Game 3, on Monday night, to defeat the Greeneville Astros 5-4 following a two-run single to right field by Yeffry De Aza that brought Hunter Wright Stadium to its feet. MORE »
  • Astros down K-Mets for 400th Organizational Win

    KINGSPORT, Tenn.-Following a dramatic Game 1 victory that featured Anthony Dimino's walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning on Saturday night, the Kingsport Mets surrendered a combined five runs in the third and fourth innings to fall behind and eventually lose to the Greeneville Astros 7-3 in Game 2 festivities Sunday afternoon. MORE »
  • Dimino's Single Wins it For Kingsport

    KINGSPORT, Tenn.- Anthony Dimino's walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning started the fireworks show a little early as the Kingsport Mets battled back to erase a 3-0 deficit and beat the Greeneville Astros 4-3 Saturday night at Hunter Wright Stadium for Domtar Appreciation Night. MORE »
  • Missed Opportunities Down K-Mets in Loss

    ELIZABETHTON, Tenn.-The Elizabethton Twins rallied behind a four-run third inning to complete the series-sweep over the Kingsport Mets Friday night as the E-Twins held off a late K-Mets rally to win 6-4 in Game 3 from Joe O'Brien Field. MORE »
  • Kranson's Home Run Leads E-Twins to Win

    ELIZABETHTON, Tenn.- The night looked to be heading into another offensive-friendly affair when the K-Mets began the contest with three-consecutive singles in the top of the first inning, however, Elizabethton settled down shortly after to take the series with a 5-2 Game 2 win Thursday night at Joe O'Brien Field. MORE »
  • E-Twins Shutout K-Mets in Game 1 Win

    ELIZABETHTON, Tenn.-In a contest that only lasted two hours and 28 minutes, the Elizabethton Twins rode the strong arms of a trio of pitchers whom were backed by four runs of offensive to shutout the Kingsport Mets 4-0 in Wednesday's Game 1 action at Joe O'Brien Field. MORE »
  • Pirates Sink K-Mets With Walk-Off Win

    BRISTOL, Va.-The Kingsport Mets positioned themselves with an opportunity to cap its first series-sweep of the season, but two runs in the final two innings Tuesday night sparked a walk-off win for the Bristol Pirates over the K-Mets in Game 3 of the series. MORE »