15 Millionth Fan In Franchise History Expected At Tuesday’s Game
Nashville, TN – Sean Nolin set the tone in Monday’s series opener against the Round Rock Express at First Tennessee Park, helping Nashville cruise to a 5-1 win.
The crowd of 7,459 at First Tennessee Park closed the gap as the Sounds plan to welcome the 15 millionth fan in franchise history. The team will reach the historic milestone with a crowd of at least 4,050 on Tuesday night.
Nolin was making his fourth start following a recent stint on the disabled list and retired the first 12 batters he faced. The left-hander finished with a season-high six strikeouts and never issued a walk with his 76 pitches.
Tampa, FL – Motorists in the southeastern United States should find the lowest Labor Day gas prices in a decade. The current state average prices of $2.31 in Florida and Georgia, and $2.17 in Tennessee are $1.06, $1.02, and $1.04 cheaper than the price during last year’s holiday respectively.
“Low gas prices are added incentive for Americans to take a road trip this Labor Day weekend,” said Mark Jenkins, spokesman, AAA – The Auto Club Group. “Low gasoline prices are an added boost in disposable income, giving travelers more money to spend on lodging, shopping, and dining out.”
Austin Peay Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – A rare opening week home opener awaits Austin Peay State University’s volleyball team as it readies to host Evansville in a 7:00pm, Tuesday contest at the Dunn Center. It will be Austin Peay earliest home opener since 2008.
Austin Peay (0-3) could not get its offense on track during last weekend’s Mortar Board Premier at Purdue.
Nashville Sounds Infielder Enjoyed Breakout Year During Debut Season At Triple-A Level
Nashville, TN – Nashville Sounds infielder Joey Wendle was named as the second baseman on the 2015 All-Pacific Coast League team today, which was announced by the league office this afternoon.
The 25-year-old has spent the entire season with the Sounds, playing in a team-high 129 games and hitting .287 (156-for-544) with 40 doubles, seven triples, eight home runs, 52 RBIs and 10 steals. He paces the club with 55 extra-base hits and is second with 42 multi-hit games. It was his first season above the Double-A level and his fourth year of professional baseball.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police detective Kevin Shaw is investigating a road rage incident and needs public assistance.
The incident occurred on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard between 2:00pm and 3:00pm Sunday afternoon between a passenger car (white Honda) and a motorcycle (black Kawasaki). There was no crash, and no one was injured in regards to the two vehicles.
APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Lightning strikes in the area cut short Austin Peay State University’s annual Fall Sports Fan Day, presented by Mountain Dew, Sunday. But it was not before more than 1,000 fans flooded the turf of Governors Stadium, to meet most of the Governors and Lady Govs athletes.
In addition, members from the Austin Peay cheer and dance teams—along with The Gov and Governor Peay X—were on hand to greet fans as they came through the inflatable helmet. Fall sport schedule cards were distributed to interested fans.
The Goodwill Career Solutions center at 1937 Madison Street, Clarksville, will host a job fair for H&R Block and Safe Harbor/Faith Works in
Clarksville, TN –Youth and injuries limited Austin Peay State University men’s and women’s cross country teams in 2014, but a year older, a year more experienced and healthy once again, the Govs an Lady Govs are ready to make a move up on the Ohio Valley Conference.
The Lady Govs finished in eighth place in the OVC championship in 2014, while the men finished ninth, and both enter the 2015 regular season picked ninth in the OVC pre-season poll, but the men’s team return eight of 10 runners from last season while the women’s team returns all seven runners from last season.
Tennessee Department of Health says Bicycling and Walking: Healthy for People; Healthy for Tennessee
Nashville, TN – With Tennessee rated the 49th worst state for physical activity and 47th for obesity, one cannot argue about the need for improved health. Tennessee Department of Health Commissioner John Dreyzehner, MD, MPH, believes those ratings can change if state and city leaders increase efforts to make bicycling and walking safer and more convenient.
Written by Maria-José Viñas
Washington, D.C. – On Greenland’s ice sheet, a vast icy landscape crisscrossed by turquoise rivers and dotted with meltwater lakes, a small cluster of orange camping tents popped up in late July. The camp, home for a week to a team of researchers, sat by a large, fast-flowing river.
Just half a mile (a kilometer) downstream, the river dropped into a seemingly bottomless moulin, or sinkhole in the ice. The low rumble of the waters, the shouted instructions from scientists taking measurements, and the chop of the blades of a helicopter delivering personnel and gear were all that was heard in the frozen landscape.
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