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The Tennessee Smokies finished off an otherwise successful road trip losing ...
The Tennessee Smokies finished off an otherwise successful road trip losing back-to back heartbreakers in Chattanooga.
he Tennessee Smokies and Chattanooga Lookouts split a doubleheader at
AT&T Field with the Smokies winning Game 1 9-2 and the Lookouts
walking off with a 1-0 win in Game 2. Tennessee's loss in Game 2 snaps
their four-game winning streak.
The red-hot Tennessee Smokies notched their sixth win in their last seven games tonight, beating Chattanooga, 4-3.
After winning back-to-back games in dramatic fashion at Jackson, the Generals turned the tables on the Smokies today.
The Tennessee Smokies used late inning heroics for a second straight night to beat Jackson, 3-2 in 10 innings.
Dallas Beeler fired seven scoreless innings and the Tennessee bullpen
turned in two solid innings as the Smokies doubled up the Pensacola Blue
Wahoos, 2-1, on Thursday night at Smokies Park to open the five-game
Tennessee Smokies showed little mercy collecting 13 hits on way to a 11-4 win over the Biscuits
The Tennessee Smokies record is above .500 for the first time since opening day of the 2013 season.
For the second straight night, the Tennessee Smokies had a lead and Huntsville was rallying. This time, the Smokies held on, 4-3.
The Tennessee Smokies scored a run in each of the first two innings and made it stand up in a 2-1 win over Chattanooga.
For the second straight game, the Tennessee Smokies found themselves
falling behind to the Chattanooga Lookouts and were unable to overcome a
deficit falling 6-3 Thursday afternoon.
The Tennessee Smokies disappointed a big opening night crowd as they dropped a 6-2 decision to Chattanooga.
The Tennessee Smokies surrendered four solo home runs en route to a 7-3 loss to the Pensacola Blue Wahoos Thursday night at Pensacola Bay Front Stadium.
The Tennessee Smokies baseball team is abandoning its East Tennessee
roots in favor of a new name and mascot, at least that's what they want
you to believe.