Hollie (Burlington) and Anderson (Pulaski) Receive POTW Honors

By Joshua Gupton | July 22, 2019 1:48 PM ET

CHAPEL HILL, NC- The Appalachian League announced today that Minor League Baseball selected Burlington Royals outfielder David Hollie as Player of the Week and Pulaski Yankees right-handed pitcher Reid Anderson as Pitcher of the Week. Both awards recognize these players' performances for games during the week of July 15-21.

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Contreras, Waters power M-Braves

By Shlomo Sprung | July 22, 2019 10:52 AM ET

Double-A Mississippi relied on two of its biggest bats -- and one of its vaunted arms -- on Sunday.

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Prospect Roundup July 21st Games: Keller, Nelson, and Smith

July 22, 2019 10:39 AM ET

Mitch Keller (Bristol 2015), Nick Nelson (Pulaski 2016), and Kevin Smith (Bluefield 2017) were standout performers on Sunday.

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Prospect Roundup July 20th Games: Encarnacion, Long, Mauricio, Mazeika, Pardinho, and Tillo

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July 21, 2019 2:48 PM ET

JC Encarnacion (Danville 2017), Sam Long (Princeton 2016), Ronny Mauricio (Kingsport 2018), Patrick Mazeika (Kingsport 2015), Eric Pardinho (Bluefield 2018), and Daniel Tillo (Burlington 2017) were standout performers on Saturday.

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Prospect Roundup July 19th Games: Ian Anderson

July 21, 2019 2:30 PM ET

Ian Anderson (Danville 2016) had a standout performance on Friday.

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Kingsport Mets, Pulaski Yankees introduce Big Apple-achian Rivalry

July 20, 2019 9:30 AM ET

KINGSPORT, Tenn./PULASKI, Va. - The Kingsport Mets, Rookie (Advanced) affiliate of the New York Mets, and Pulaski Yankees, Rookie (Advanced) affiliate of the New York Yankees, today introduced the Big Apple-achian Rivalry, bringing the Mets-Yankees Subway Series to the Appalachian League. The rivalry will begin next Friday, July 26 when Pulaski visits Kingsport for the first of six matchups between the Yankees and Mets during the 2019 season

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Prospect Roundup July 18th Games: Green and Siani

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By Michael Avallone and Joe Bloss | July 19, 2019 10:37 AM ET

Ryder Green (Pulaski 2019) and Michael Siani (Greeneville 2018) were standout performers yesterday.

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Wednesday's Top Prospect Performers

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By William Boor | July 18, 2019 11:53 AM ET

Ronaldo Hernandez (Princeton 2017), Michael Siani (Greeneville 2018), and Mark Vientos (Kingsport 2017, 18) are Top Prospect Performers from Wednesday.

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Prospect Roundup July 17th Games: Mark Vientos

July 18, 2019 11:02 AM ET

Mark Vientos (Kingsport 2017, 18) was outstanding on Wednesday for Class-A Columbia.

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Twins Players Visit Niswonger Children's Hospital

By Kassi Butcher | July 18, 2019 10:40 AM ET

Elizabethton, Tennessee - On Tuesday, July 16, the Elizabethton Twins played a game against the Johnson City Cardinals, but the day consisted of much more than that. Five Twins players began their morning at the Niswonger Children's Hospital in Johnson City, Tennessee. Tyler Benninghoff, Denny Bentley, Sawyer Gipson-Long, Seth Gray and Charles Mack spent their Tuesday morning visiting with some of the children in the hospital, sharing laughs, stories and creating memories that the children will cherish for the rest of their lives.

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