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# clinched division
Last Updated on 09/02/2018
Scores for September 5, 2018:
Marcelo Martínez, the lefty out of the Mexican Leagues, has held his own all season at the slightly advanced age of 22.
The fourth-place team in the Appalachian League East fortified its advantage over its hosts, the division cellar dwellers.
With their 2018 campaign already on the brink of collapse, the Royals managed to snipe two of three from the Johnson City Cardinals.
Clash of rookie-league division dungeon-dwellers nets a pair of wins for the Royals
Ben Spanier breaks down the September playoff picture "Down on the Farm."
Twins capture record 11th Appalachian League championship with 8-7 win over the Pulaski Yankees in game 2.
21-year-old Daniel Tillo went a solid five for Burlington, striking out five and allowing two runs—only one of them earned.
Burlington couldn’t take advantage of seven very strong innings from Carlos Hernández, who struck out nine and allowed just one run on a balk.
Jake Walsh earned the win for visiting Johnson City, throwing three and a third perfect innings.
By Ben Spanier July 14, 2017 BURLINGTON—The Royals beat Elizabethton 5-3 Friday night, their second victory in as many nights winning them their first home series on the year. Having entered the night tops in the Appy League West, the Twins are a great scalp for the last-place Royals. Sal Biasi was solid in
A solid four innings from rehabbing starter Nolan Watson laid the foundation for a victory the Royals desperately needed.
Burlington’s ninth loss in twelve games was not as close as the score would imply, as the Royals spent much of the night trying to claw out of an early hole.