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Bryant and Silva lead the way in 8-3 win

Kris Bryant was 2-for-4 with three runs batted in, Rubi Silva drove in two and recorded his first multi hit game of the season and C.J. Edwards allowed just two runs over six innings pitched as the Smokies defeated the Barons 8-3 at Regions Field on Sunday evening. Edwards started for Tennessee (8-9) and retired […]

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Smokies walk 11 batters in 5-4 loss

Tennessee pitchers walked a season high 11 batters and committed two errors in a 5-4 road loss in Birmingham at Regions Field on Saturday night. Starter Matt Loosen walked a career high seven batters, but it was reliever Jeff Lorick who suffered the loss after walking two and allowing two unearned runs. Loosen allowed three […]

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Generals Five-Run Ninth Tops Smokies 5-2

Smokies starting pitcher Ivan Pineyro tossed nearly seven solid innings, third baseman Kris Bryant blasted a solo homer and center fielder John Andreoli stole home, while the Jackson Generals plated five ninth-inning runs for a 5-2 comeback victory over Tennessee on Friday evening at Smokies Stadium. The victory moves Jackson to a 9-6 record in […]

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Smokies Split Twinbill With Jackson

Jackson starter Stephen Landazuri fired six strong innings of one-hit ball and designated hitter Jabari Blash blasted a massive solo shot to left in a 4-0 game one shutout victory, while the Smokies plated two in the bottom of the fourth as part of a 3-2 comeback win in game two over the Generals to […]

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Andreoli and Ha lead Smokies to 7-2 home win

Tennessee’s leadoff man John Andreoli and center fielder Jae-Hoon Ha combined to drive in four runs during a five run fourth as the Smokies defeated the Jackson Generals 7-2 at Smokies Park on Wednesday afternoon. Rehabbing Major Leaguer Jake Arrieta allowed a run on three hits over 5 and 2/3 and earned the win. Arrieta […]

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Generals’ Late Rally Beats Smokies 6-4

By Andrew Green / Tennessee Smokies Smokies catcher Rafael Lopez collected two hits, including a homer, and drove in two runs, while Jackson plated three late ninth inning tallies to give the Generals a 6-4 victory over Tennessee on Monday evening at Smokies Stadium. The series opening win moves Jackson to a 7-4 record this […]

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Smokies’ Darvill Downs Lookouts 8-2

By Andrew Green / Tennessee Smokies – Tennessee shortstop Wes Darvill collected a team-high three hits and drove home three, while center fielder Zeke DeVoss and second baseman Stephen Bruno smacked back-to-back jacks in the second inning as the Smokies toppled the Chattanooga Lookouts 8-2 in their series finale Sunday afternoon at Smokies Stadium. The […]

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TENNESSEE CLINCHES SERIES WITH 5-1 WIN OVER LOOKOUTS

By Andrew Green   KODAK – Smokies third baseman Kris Bryant blasted a mammoth solo homer in the fourth, while Tennessee plated four runs in the seventh thanks in part to a two-run triple from center fielder Zeke DeVoss to clinch a series victory over Chattanooga in a 5-1 win over the Lookouts on Saturday evening at […]

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Bruno Delivers Walk-Off Single After Black Tosses Five No-Hit Frames

Smokies Walk Off With 6-5 Win

By Andrew Green / Tennessee Smokies Smokies right-handed starter Corey Black fired five no-hit innings, while second baseman Stephen Bruno delivered a clutch ninth-inning single to give Tennessee a 6-5 walk-off victory over the Chattanooga Lookouts on Friday night at Smokies Stadium. The win gives the Smokies a 2-1 series lead and improves their record […]

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Jonathan Mota's .996 fielding percentage is best on the Smokies squad. (Photo courtesy: Matthew Shalbrack)

LOOKOUTS SHUT OUT SMOKIES 1-0 TO EVEN SERIES

By Andrew Green KODAK – Chicago Cubs right-hander Jake Arrieta fired nearly four scoreless frames as part of a Major League Rehab Assignment, while four Lookouts pitchers combined to silence Smokies hitters and shut out Tennessee 1-0 in front of a crowd of 6,224 on Thursday afternoon at Smokies Stadium.   The Lookouts evened the […]

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