Topic: Kevin Mattison
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds held the New Orleans Zephyrs scoreless through five innings, but were unable to contain the visitor’s hot bats, who scored runs in each of the last four frames en route to shutting out the Sounds, 12-0.
The lone bright spot on the night for the Sounds was starting pitcher Hiram Burgos, who picked up where he left off in 2012 by extending his Triple-A scoreless streak to 17 innings across his last three starts, dating back to August 29th. The right-handed pitcher limited the Zephyrs to two hits through five innings of work, fanning six and walking three.
Nashville, TN – First baseman Hunter Morris enjoyed a solid Triple-A debut on a rainy Thursday evening at Greer Stadium, homering and driving in four runs to power theto a 5-4 victory over the New Orleans Zephyrs in their season opener.
Morris — the 2012 Southern League Most Valuable Player who finished second in the minors in RBIs a year ago– started this season seemingly where he left off, going 2-for-4 with a double and homer to go along with his four RBIs.
Metarie, LA – A late five-run rally by the New Orleans Zephyrs gave the visiting Nashville Sounds a 7-4 defeat on Monday evening at Zephyr Field in the finale of a four-game set.
With the Sounds leading 4-2 in the eighth with two outs, the Zephyrs batted around against three Sounds pitchers, highlighted by a Nick Green two-run single and Kevin Mattison two-run double against pitcher Tim Dillard (0-1).
With the loss, Nashville (45-57) split the series with New Orleans and lost the season series between the clubs by a 9-7 margin.
Caleb Gindl Drives In Pair and Dayton Buller Homers in Winning Effort
Metairie, LA – Theedged the New Orleans Zephyrs by a 3-2 margin on Sunday evening at Zephyr Field.
The win was the league-leading 22nd one-run victory of the year for the Sounds (45-56).
Second baseman Eric Farris paced the Nashville offense with a 3-for-4 effort to extend the Sounds’ longest active hitting streak to five games, the infielder’s sixth hit streak of five games or greater this season. Farris, who also stole a pair of bases in the contest, is batting .347 (33-for-95) over his last 28 contests.
Nashville, TN – Thewere handed a 7-3 defeat by the visiting New Orleans Zephyrs in the second game of a four-game series on Sunday afternoon at Greer Stadium.
Nashville (21-35) stranded 11 batters on the afternoon and went 3-for-16 with runners in scoring position.
Right fielder Jordan Brown went 2-for-5 for his third straight multi-hit game. Center fielder Logan Schafer, who entered the game as a defensive replacement, added two hits in two at-bats.
Nashville, TN – Reliever Jim Henderson provided the game-winning hit in the bottom of the 13th inning t0 lead theto a 3-2 victory over the New Orleans Zephyrs on Sunday afternoon at Greer Stadium.
Erick Almonte (2-for-4) crushed a one-out double off Sandy Rosario (0-1), moved to third on an infield groundout from Hainley Statia, and scored when Henderson lofted the game-winning base hit to left field. Henderson was previously was 3-for-19 (.158) in his career from behind the plate.
Caleb Gindl, Martin Maldonado PowerTo 9-5 Victory
Nashville, TN – Caleb Gindl’s three-run double in the bottom of the fourth inning gave the Nashville Sounds the lead for good en route to a 9-5 victory over the visiting New Orleans Zephyrs on Saturday evening at Greer Stadium.
The Sounds (3-7) snapped a two-game skid and picked up their first home victory of the year despite being out-hit, 13-7, in the contest. The loss snapped a PCL-best five-game winning streak for the Z’s.
Martin Maldonado, who homered, and Edwin Maysonet each had two hits to join Gindl in powering the Sounds’ offense in the win.
Nashville, TN – Thecommitted four errors while being handed a 6-4 loss to the visiting New Orleans Zephyrs in front of 7,333 fans in the home opener at Greer Stadium on Friday night.
Nashville catcher Martin Maldonado went 3-for-3 with a double and three RBIs, but also committed two of the club’s errors from behind the dish.
Metairie, LA – Thelost 2-1 to the New Orleans Zephyrs in a wild extra-inning affair on Friday night at Zephyr Field. With the bases loaded in the bottom of the twelfth inning, New Orleans first baseman Ben Lasater scored the controversial game-winning run on a throwing error by Sounds catcher Martin Maldonado.
The Zephyrs previously loaded the bases with one out on reliever Jim Henderson. Third baseman Matt Dominguez would then hit a grounder to second baseman Eric Farris, who threw home to get the force and begin the double play. After Maldonado stepped on the plate, the backstop airmailed a throw past first baseman Sean Halton down the right field line to end the game.
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