Nashville, TN – Saturday evening’s Pacific Coast League contest between the Nashville Sounds and Round Rock Express was suspended due to heavy rainfall in the middle of the fourth inning on Saturday evening at historic Greer Stadium.
Round Rock held a 1-0 lead at the time of suspension, which came following a 33-minute rain delay.
The Express scored the game’s only run in the top of the fourth when Wladimir Sutil led off the frame with a single and later came plateward on Tommy Everidge’s two-out double down the right field line.
The game will be resumed at 5:05pm on Sunday evening and completed to its nine-inning entirety. Sunday’s regularly-scheduled game between the Sounds and Express will be a seven-inning affair that will begin approximately 30 minutes after the first contest. Left-hander Chase Wright (6-3, 3.79) is scheduled to start that contest for Nashville. Round Rock has not announced its starter for the contest.