Twins finish season with win, 11-10

from staff reports

  The Elizabethton Twins took 11 innings to win their final game of the season last night at Princeton by a 11-10 decision.
  Seven different pitchers took the mound in the Twins final stand, but Jonathan Martinez took away his third win of the season and Frank Mata earned his 13th save.
  Johnny Woodard took 2-of-3 and had one run. Deacon Burns went 2-of-5 for three runs, three RBIs and a homer. Both David Winfree and Matt Tolbert went 2-of-6 with Winfree bringing in four RBIs and Tolbert earning two runs. Tarrence Patterson went 2-of-7 for three run, including one home run and one RBI.
  Princeton was lead in hitting by Jaria Delarosa who went 3-for-4 for two runs and one RBI.
  The Twins finish the season with a 38-29 record and a .567 percentage. They had a home record of 17-16 and an away record of 21-13. They went 5-for-5 in the last 10 games to fall three games short of the top of the Appalachian West Division.
  The Greeneville Astros finished the West Division 41-26.