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Nashville Sounds give up late run to lose 11-10 to Reno Aces

Nashville SoundsReno, NV – The Nashville Sounds rally late to tie Reno Aces Thursday night but gave up a run in the bottom of the ninth for an 11-10 loss at Greater Nevada Field. The Sounds got swept in the series and have lost five consecutive games.

Down 10-5 after four innings, the Sounds rallied to tie it 10-10 by the end of seven. Adam Moore drilled a two-run homer in the fifth, Matt Davidson launched a two-run shot over the scoreboard in left in the sixth, and Moore singled home Tyler Pill in the seventh to draw the Sounds even.

Nashville Sounds erases five-run deficit but lose to Reno Aces in the bottom of the 9th. (Nashville Sounds)
Nashville Sounds erases five-run deficit but lose to Reno Aces in the bottom of the 9th. (Nashville Sounds)

The 10-10 stalemate stayed until the bottom of the ninth when the Sounds ran out of available relievers and had to put designated hitter Jett Bandy on the mound. He gave up a two-out run-scoring single to Juniel Querecuto to end the game.

Andy Ibanez got the Sounds going early with a solo homer in the second, and Eli White delivered a two-run single to make it 3-0. Bandy and Ibanez had RBI singles over the next two innings, and Reno scored their first 10 runs early in a three-inning span against Phillips Valdez, Zac Curtis and Pete Fairbanks.

Post-Game Notes

The Sounds were swept in a series for the second time this year

Andy Ibanez has a six-game hitting streak, the 4th time this year he’s a had a streak of five-plus.  

Matt Davidson’s home run was his team-best 17th of the year

The five-game losing streak matches the Sounds’ longest of the season

Next Up For Nashville Sounds

The Sounds continue the seven-game road trip on Friday night with the opener of a four-game set against the Tacoma Rainiers. Tim Dillard (3-5, 4.79) is scheduled to start for the Sounds and oppose left-hander Justus Sheffield (2-4, 5.15). First pitch is set for 9:05pm CT.

The 2019 season is the 42nd in Nashville Sounds franchise history and first as the Triple-A affiliate of the Texas Rangers. Single-game tickets are available now by calling 615.690.4487 or by visiting www.nashvillesounds.com

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