Bluefield Blue Jays General Manager Rocky Malimasura says he’s as uncertain as anyone with regard to the future of the Appalachian League, which is under threat of being eliminated under current negotiations between Minor League Baseball and Major League Baseball.
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Both the Bluefield Blue Jays and Princeton Rays finished their Appalachian League seasons with wins Wednesday night.
The Princeton Rays had a no-hitter broken up in the seventh inning but still beat the Pulaski Yankees 6-2. The Bluefield Blue Jays could not score with the bases loaded in the ninth to lose 3-2 to the Burlington Royals.
The Princeton Rays split a doubleheader with the Greeneville Reds when their bats came alive in the second game while the Bluefield Blue Jays could not comeback from an early deficit against the Kingsport Mets.
The Bluefield Blue Jays scored six runs in the final two innings to beat the Princeton Rays 9-6 and claim the Mercer Cup having won the series 6-5.
The Bluefield Jays were blown out 10-0 by the Bristol Pirates and the Princeton Rays lost in 11 innings to the Elizabethton Twins.
A walk-off RBI single by PK Morris in the bottom of the ninth inning lifted the Bluefield Blue Jays to a 4-3 win over the visiting Bristol Pirates and the Princeton Rays beat Elizabethton 4-2 in Appalachian League action Sunday.
The Bluefield Blue Jays only allowed three hits en route to their third shutout of the season in a 4-0 win over the Greeneville Reds Friday night at Bowen Field.
five-run fifth proved to be too much for the Bluefield Blue Jays in a 9-2 loss to the Greeneville Reds Thursday night at Bowen Field.