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Suns Stave Off Late Smokies Comeback Effort In 9-7 Win


KODAK – Jacksonville plated six runs as part of a big fifth inning and held off a late Tennessee comeback attempt that included a two-run homer from shortstop Addison Russell as the Suns topped the Smokies 9-7 on Sunday afternoon at Smokies Stadium. 781 more words


Taylor Davis: Unsung Hero of the Smokies

Catcher Taylor Davis has been the unsung hero for the Tennessee Smokies this season, and has allowed manager Buddy Bailey to be confident enough in the backup catcher’s ability to use him in crucial situations. 739 more words


First Place Smokies Win Fifth Straight


MONTGOMERY, Ala – Jae-Hoon Ha, Taylor Davis and Albert Almora each collected three hits, starter Felix Pena earned his second win on the road and the first place Smokies stretched their win streak to five straight with a 7-3 road win in Montgomery versus the Biscuits on Sunday night. 574 more words


Seven-Run Spurt Spurs Smokies To 12-5 Win Over Stars


KODAK – Tennessee plated seven runs in the bottom of the eighth, taking the lead on Lars Anderson’s bases-loaded walk, while outfielders Jae-Hoon Ha and Albert Almora each drove in two runs with a double and triple, respectively, to propel the Smokies to a 12-5 victory over the Huntsville Stars on Saturday evening at Smokies Stadium. 719 more words


Tennessee Walks Off For Second Straight Night


KODAK – With the bases loaded and no outs in the bottom of the ninth, Smokies first baseman Dustin Geiger lined the game-winning single to center following starting pitcher C.J. 661 more words


Smokies Waste Six Run Lead in Game Two Loss


MOBILE, Ala – The Smokies wasted a six run third inning lead and fell in game two of a doubleheader 9-8 in nine innings to Gerson Montilla and the BayBears at Hank Aaron Stadium in Mobile on Sunday night. 1,053 more words


Davis Drives Smokies to 3-2 Win Over Wahoos


KODAK – Tennessee catcher Taylor Davis reached base four times, recording three hits and three RBI while falling a triple shy of the cycle, as four Smokies relievers combined to yield just two hits over the last four innings in a 3-2 series-ending victory over the Pensacola Blue Wahoos on Monday night at Smokies Stadium. 608 more words