Eduardo Figueroa Player Page | Listen Live | League Standings The Smokies had a chance to take a commanding 2-0 lead in the series with a 5-1, but the Birmingham ...
BIRMINGHAM – Catcher Taylor Davis crushed a game tying two run home run in the seventh and ripped a three-run double in the tenth to help lead the Smokies to a 7-4 extra innings win versus Birmingham at Regions Field on Saturday night. The victory moved the Smokies (19-17, 52-53) a half-game ahead of the […]
Matt Loosen Player Page | Listen Live | League Standings The Smokies bats went all out last night, but the pitching could not hold the lead as they fell to the Mississippi Braves by a score of 9-8. They travel down to Birmingham for a new five-game series with the North Division leader, the Birmingham […]
KODAK – Smokies shortstop Addison Russell ripped two roundtrippers and drove in four runs, while Mississippi mounted a furious comeback courtesy of a five-run eighth inning and three Tennessee errors in the Braves’ 9-8 series-ending victory on Friday evening in front of a crowd of 6,913 at Smokies Stadium. Despite the defeat, the Smokies still […]
KODAK – Smokies starting pitcher Pierce Johnson spun six scoreless innings and relinquished only two hits while tying a single-game season-high with eight strikeouts and was supported by a three-run sixth frame as Tennessee clinched the series with a 4-2 victory over the Mississippi Braves on Thursday evening at Smokies Stadium. The triumph was also […]
KODAK – Tennessee second baseman Stephen Bruno and third baseman Christian Villanueva each recorded two hits, drove in two runs, and played a key part in the Smokies’ three-run sixth inning that allowed them to pull away and top the Mississippi Braves 6-3 on Wednesday evening at Smokies Stadium. The victory as the second straight […]
Smokies center fielder Jae-Hoon Ha delivered the game-ending ground-rule double to center in the tenth inning while catcher Charlie Cutler collected three hits, including a homer, and drove in three runs in Tennessee’s 8-7 victory over the Mississippi Braves on Tuesday evening at Smokies Stadium.
On July 21, 1972, the last World War II veteran to play for a Major League team saw his 21-year Major League career come to an end: Hoyt Wilhelm was released by the Los Angeles Dodgers. Mick Gillispie told the story of the Hall of Fame reliever’s release – and his time with the Knoxville […]
James Rowe and Boomer Dangel discuss Tennessee’s pivotal series against the Mississippi Braves and the playoff implications that come with it. Also, a preview of the newest addition to Smokies Park: Calhouns at the Yard!
Mississippi starting pitcher Jason Hursh shut down Tennessee batters with six shutout frames while inducing three double plays and second baseman Jose Peraza tallied three hits and three steals, while Smokies center fielder Jae-Hoon Ha’s ninth-inning three-run homer was too little too late in the Braves’ 4-3 victory on Monday evening at Smokies Stadium.
On July 20th, 1969, baseball stopped at Connie Mack Stadium in Philadelphia, as did everyone and everything across America when Neil Armstrong took a giant leap for mankind. Mick Gillispie told the tale of how the Phillies and their patrons celebrated Armstrong’s moon landing during the sixth inning of Tennessee’s game with the Huntsville Stars […]