Topic: Donovan Hand
Tacoma, WA – Despite 15 hits and four home runs Tuesday night at Cheney Stadium, thefell 8-7 to the Tacoma Rainiers.
The Sounds tied the game in the ninth inning after loading the bases with no outs. Outfielder Khris Davis, 3-for-5, drove a base hit up the middle to score Josh Prince, who reached base on balls. An intentional walk to catcher Blake Lalli loaded the bases again, but Nashville did not plate another.
Hunter Morris Homers Twice, Caleb Gindl Plates Four In Nashville’s Best Offensive Output Of Season
Salt Lake City, UT – Hunter Morris belted a pair of home runs, Caleb Gindl went 4-for-5 with four RBIs, and Zach Kroenke turned in his best start of the year to lead theto an 11-0 victory over the Salt Lake Bees on Saturday evening at Spring Mobile Ballpark.
Nashville (12-28) set a new season high with 17 hits and matched its season best for runs scored in recording its third shutout win of the season.
Nashville, TN - A late-game rally featuring back-to-back home runs by thecame up short Sunday afternoon at Greer Stadium, allowing the Sacramento River Cats to win 6-5 over the home team.
Down 6-2 in the eighth, the Sounds jumped back in the game with Khris Davis’ two-run jack to left field that stayed just fair. The home run was the 25-year-old’s second of the game, cracking his first in the fourth inning. Davis becomes the second Sound this season to have a two-homer game, matching Hunter Morris’ effort from April 12th. Davis has six hits with the Sounds this season: three are homers.
Stephen Parker, Anderson De La Rosa Each Contribute Four RBIs In Victory
Nashville, TN – Theplated a season-high 11 runs, including six in the seventh frame, in an 11-7 victory over the visiting Fresno Grizzlies on Thursday evening at Greer Stadium.
The Sounds’ 5 through 8 hitters did most of the damage, combining to go 7-for-12 with 10 RBIs and six runs scored, as Nashville (10-22) recorded its third win in the last four contests.
Blake Davis Goes 3-for-5 With Three RBIs; Three Others Homer
Nashville, TN - Theavoided going winless on their eight-game road trip Monday at The Dell Diamond, rallying from four runs down to defeat the Round Rock Express, 9-5, in the nine-inning, three-hour, 46-minute series finale.
The team concludes the road trip 1-7, snapping a nine-game losing skid with their first win on the road since April 13th.
Nashville, TN - The‘ losing streak reached eight on Saturday evening at The Dell Diamond, where Nashville lost, 8-6, to the Round Rock Express.
Second baseman Scooter Gennett went 2-for-4 for the Sounds to raise his average to .366. He has reached base safely in all 23 of his games this season. First baseman Hunter Morris contributed a 2-for-3 effort and third baseman Stephen Parker extended Nashville’s longest active hitting streak to seven games with a single in the defeat.
Rob Wooten Works 3 1/3 Hitless; Sean Halton Homers for Nashville
Round Rock, TX – Thehad the Round Rock Express down to their final five outs Friday night at Dell Diamond, but could not hold off a late rally and lost in extras by a 5-4 margin; their seventh straight loss.
The Sounds led through the first seven innings, but Round Rock manufactured a pair of runs in the eighth off of Travis Webb to level the game, 4-4, leading to Nashville’s first extra-innings game of the year.
Nashville’s Gindl Homers; Gennett’s Streak to 11 Games
Oklahoma City, OK – Thenever recovered from the Oklahoma City RedHawks’ three-run second inning Tuesday night at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, losing their sixth consecutive road game by the score of 4-2.
The RedHawks big inning came against Sounds starting pitcher Johnny Hellweg (1-3), though only the first run he allowed, a Marc Krauss lead-off home run to left field, was earned. The homer was Krauss’ sixth and the first surrendered by Hellweg this season.
Nashville’s Sean Halton Goes 3-for-4; Three Doubles
Nashville, TN – Tied 1-1 with two outs in the ninth inning, thebenefitted from a balk charged to Memphis reliever Jorge Rondon to score outfielder Sean Halton from third for the 2-1 win over the visiting Redbirds.
Halton cracked his third double of the contest with one out in the final frame and moved to third on Caleb Gindl’s groundout. In the following at-bat, home plate umpire Kellen Levy ruled that Rondon did not come to a final stop during his delivery, constituting an advance on the base paths to give Nashville the win. Rondon was charged with the loss, his first.
Des Moines, Iowa - Theheld the Iowa Cubs to five hits Friday night at Principal Park, but free bases via seven walks, three passed balls, two hit by pitches, and one error committed by Nashville gave Iowa the 5-0 victory and the weather-abbreviated two-game series sweep.
The I-Cubs scored two runs in the first inning, as Nashville starting pitcher Johnny Hellweg (1-2) struggled to find control.
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