Team History
After over 60 years without professional baseball, Greeneville, Tennessee got a team when the Martinsville Astros of the Appalachian League became the Greeneville Astros in 2004. Led by skipper Tim Bogar, they captured a league crown in their first season. Outfielder Mitch Einertson led the circuit with 22 home runs and 60 RBIs and was named Appalachian League Player of the Year. Reliever Enyelbert Soto notched a league best 13 saves and has an ERA of just 0.84.
In 2005, Russ Nixon replaced Bogar at the helm of the club. On the field, the team struggled to a sub-.500 record, and outfielder Josh Flores provided one of the few bright spots, hitting .335 and making the league's All-Star team. Former big league shortstop Ivan DeJesus took over as the Astros manager in 2006.
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