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Nashville, TN – The Salt Lake Bees scored seven runs in the second inning on their way to an 11-8 win over the
Nashville Sounds fall to Salt Lake Bees 11-8 Sunday afternoon at First Tennessee Park. Salt Lake scored seven runs in the second inning on their way to victory.
Salt Lake’s huge second inning started with a bang when Kaleb Cowart crushed a solo homer off Nashville starter Pedro Payano into The Band Box to make it a 1-0 game. Four of the next six batters reached safely – two on hits and two on walks issued by Payano.
With a 2-0 lead, the bases loaded, and two outs, Jared Walsh hit a ground ball that was mishandled by Nashville Chase d’Arnaud at first base.
Two runners scored to make it a 4-0 game. Jose Rojas followed with a two-run triple and Cowart followed with an RBI single to extend the lead to 7-0.
The Bees extended their lead to 10-0 in the third when Michael Hermosillo cleared the bases with a three-run double off Sounds’ reliever Jake Lemoine.
Nashville answered with a six-run bottom of the fifth inning. Carlos Tocci started the rally with a double and Jett Bandy knocked him in with a base hit to right field. d’Arnaud singled, Eli White drew a walk and Willie Calhoun scored everybody with a double down the left field line to make it 10-4.
The next three batters all reached on errors by Salt Lake third baseman Jose Rojas and Nashville cut the deficit to 10-6.
It was an 11-6 game going into the bottom of the seventh when Willie Calhoun was hit by a pitch and Andy Ibanez’s double into the gap in left-center trimmed the deficit to 11-7. Calhoun was replaced by pinch-runner Franklin Rollin.
A sacrifice fly by Tocci made it 11-8 but that’s as close as the Sounds would get. Relievers Locke St. John and Jake Petricka combined to throw 2 1/3 scoreless innings, but the offense didn’t muster anymore firepower.
With today’s 11-8 loss, the Sounds dropped to 28-41 on the season.
Carlos Tocci and Eli White extended their on-base streak to 15 games and 11 games, respectively.
White’s 10-game hitting streak was snapped with his 0-for-4 day. He did draw a walk in the fifth.
Jake Petricka made his Sounds debut and threw a scoreless ninth inning. Petricka was acquired via trade on June 14th.
Next Up For Nashville Sounds
Game three of the four-game series is scheduled for Monday night at First Tennessee Park. Right-hander Tim Dillard (5-5, 4.21) starts for Nashville against right-hander Jose Rodriguez (1-1, 5.63) for Salt Lake. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05pm.
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
TopicsAndy Ibanez, Carlos Tocci, Chase d'Arnaud, Eli White, First Tennessee Park, Jake Lemoine, Jake Petricka, Jose Rodriguez, Jose Rojas, Kaleb Cowart, Lock St. John, Michael Hermosillo, Nashville Sounds, Nashville TN, Pacific Coast League, PCL, Pedro Payano, Salt Lake Bees, Sounds, Texas Rangers, Tim Dillard, Willie Calhoun
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