Office Address: 300 West Mill Street, Elizabethton, TN 37643
Stadium Address: 208 N Holly Lane, Elizabethton, TN 37643
Mailing Address: 300 West Mill Street, Elizabethton, Tennessee 37643
Telephone: (423)547-6441. Fax: 423-547-6442 E-Mail Address:
Operated by: City of Elizabethton.
Director: Jeremy Zoll (Minnesota Twins)
General Manager: Mike Mains
Staff: Head Groundskeeper: David McQueen
Clubhouse Operations: David McQueen
Radio Announcer: Mike Gallagher.
Flagship Station: WBEJ 1240-AM
PA Announcer: Tom Banks. Official Scorer: Gene Renfro.
Stadium Name (Year Opened): Joe O'Brien Field (1974).
Location: I-81 to I-181, exit at Highway 321/67, left at Holly Lane.
Standard Game Time: Monday-Friday 7:00pm. Saturday & Sunday 6:00pm
Visiting Club Hotel: Holiday Inn, 101 W. Springbrook Dr. Johnson City, Tennessee 37601. Telephone: (423)282-4611.
Newspaper: Elizabethton Star. Beat Writer: Brice Phillips
Appalachian League Champions 1939, 1941, 1978, 1984, 1989, 1990, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2012, 2017
Elizabethton Twins' Coaching Staff
Pitching Coach: Luis Ramirez Coach: Takashi Miyoshi Trainer: Tyler Blair. Strength Coach: Chuck Bradway
History of Elizabethton Twins
Since 1974 the Minnesota Twins have been sending their Minor League Professional Baseball Players to Elizabethton. One hundred and eighteen former E-Twins players have made it to the Big Leagues. Elizabethton is known for its winning tradition as the E-Twins have won 11 Appalachian League Titles and currently have a streak of 29 consecutive winning seasons.
The combination of winning seasons, a strong fan base, and dozens of former Major League stars that began their career in Elizabethton has made Joe O'Brien Field a great Minor League attraction. This great success has seen dozens of Major League players have passed through Elizabethton on their way to the Big Leagues. Most notable alumni include Kirby Puckett, Kent Hrbek, A.J. Pierzynski, Justin Morneau, Joe Mauer, Brian Dozer, Max Kepler, Miguel Sano, Byron Buxton, Jorge Polanco. Over 120 former Elizabethton Twins players have made it the majors.
Joe O'Brien Field
Joe O'Brien Field, the home of the Elizabethton Twins since 1974, sits majestically along the banks of the Watauga River. This historic stadium provides a wonderful setting for Minor League Baseball Stadium as the Appalachian Mountains can be viewed in the distance.
Minor League Baseball is more than just a game at Joe O'Brien Field, its 34 nights of Professional Baseball action and promotions that uniquely incorporates family entertainment that is enjoyed by our citizens. For a complete listing of our promotional events please see our schedule posted on this website.
Local landmarks include Sycamore Shoals State Park where the first permanent European settlers arrived in 1770 and established the Watauga Association one of the first written constitutional governments west of the Appalachian Mountains in 1772. Another local landmark is the Covered Bridge, a great visitor's attraction found in the business district of the Elizabethton.