Topic: AT&T Bricktown Ballpark
Oklahoma City, OK – The Nashville Sounds swept the Oklahoma City RedHawks in a doubleheader on Thursday evening at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark to close out a five-game series.
The Sounds came from behind to win both contests, posting a 3-2 victory in the opener before registering a 5-4 triumph in the nightcap.
With the sweep, Nashville (74-65) took three of five from the RedHawks in the series and notched a 9-7 win in the season series between the clubs. The Sounds have won 13 of their last 18 contests.
First baseman Joe Koshansky recorded knocks in both contests to extend his hitting streak to 14 games for the Sounds, matching the longest by a Nashville player this season.
In the opener, Sounds right-hander Marty McLeary worked a seven-inning complete game and Brendan Katin ripped a go-ahead RBI double in the fifth inning to lead Nashville to a 3-2 victory. «Read the rest of this article»
Oklahoma City, OK – The Nashville Sounds split a doubleheader with Oklahoma City on Wednesday at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark, taking the opener, 9-5, and dropping the extra-inning nightcap, 3-2.
Nashville (73-65) moved to 6-8 in doubleheader action with the split. Brendan Katin went a combined 4-for-8 with three home runs in the twinbill, while Joe Koshansky extended his hitting streak to a season-high 12 games with hits in both games.
Six Sounds recorded multiple hits in the Nashville’s early afternoon victory after the club banged out 15 hits. Koshansky went 3-for-4 while Katin his first home run on the day.
The Sounds took an early 1-0 lead in the first inning as Adam Stern hit a leadoff double and scored on an RBI single from Eric Farris. Erick Almonte scored the club’s next run in the top of the fourth inning when Koshansky singled to center field for his team-leading 75th RBI. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville Will Play Back-To-Back Twinbills In Oklahoma City On Wednesday and Thursday
Oklahoma City, OK – Tuesday evening’s doubleheader between the Nashville Sounds and Oklahoma City RedHawks at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark was postponed due to rain.
The teams will make up the two contests in back-to-back doubleheaders on Wednesday and Thursday.
Wednesday’s doubleheader will begin at 3:05pm CT. Left-hander Chase Wright (7-8, 4.94) is scheduled to start Wednesday’s first game for the Sounds opposite right-hander Omar Beltre (3-8, 2.53). Left-hander Chuck Lofgren (7-8, 5.14) toes the rubber in the nightcap for Nashville against Doug Mathis (5-6, 5.75).
Thursday’s doubleheader start time has not yet been announced.
With the loss, Nashville fell to 72-64 and has now dropped 17 of the last 20 games at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City during the last three seasons.
Eric Farris went 3-for-4 while swiping a team-high three stolen bases, marking the third time a Sound has achieved the feat after Trent Oeltjen and Norris Hopper each stole three bases in a game this season.
The Sounds lone run came on the first play of the game, as Adam Stern crushed the second pitch from RedHawks starter Brandon McCarthy over the left field wall to give Nashville the early 1-0 lead. It was Stern’s fifth home run of the season and Nashville’s first game opening home run since Tony Gwynn went yard on May 11, 2009 at Omaha.
Oklahoma City went ahead by scoring two runs in the bottom of the second inning to take a 2-1 lead. After former Sound Hernan Iribarren walked and Matthew Brown singled, Gregorio Petit hit a two-out two-run double to left field before being thrown out trying to stretch the hit in to a triple to end the inning. «Read the rest of this article»
Oklahoma City, OK — Craig Gentry’s fifth hit of the game gave Oklahoma City a 5-4 victory in a 13-inning marathon nightcap as well as a doubleheader sweep of the Nashville Sounds early Thursday morning at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark.
The teams played 20 innings of baseball on the night over their two contests, with Gentry’s game-winning knock bringing a conclusion to play shortly after 1:00am CT.
The Sounds held leads in both contests, including a brief one-run advantage in extra frames in the nightcap, but were unable to record a win on the night as they fell to 2-6 in doubleheader play on the year.
After Oklahoma City hung an 11-6 defeat on the Sounds in the opener, the teams battled to a 4-4 tie through 13 innings in the nightcap before Gentry (5-for-7) blooped Mitch Stetter’s 0-1 offering for a two-out, game-ending single in front of a hard-charging Lorenzo Cain in shallow center field to plate ex-Sound Hernan Iribarren to saddle Nashville with a heartbreaking 5-4 defeat. «Read the rest of this article»
Oklahoma City, OK — The Nashville Sounds lost to the Oklahoma City RedHawks, 11-6, in the high-scoring opener of a doubleheader on Wednesday evening at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark.
After rallying from an early four-run deficit to take a third-inning lead, the Sounds surrendered six late runs to the RedHawks in suffering the loss.
Nashville took a short-lived 1-0 lead in the opener against Oklahoma City starter Tanner Scheppers. Lorenzo Cain (3-for-4) tripled in the top of the first frame and scored when Mat Gamel followed with an RBI single to right. The Sounds missed an opportunity to do more damage, leaving the bases loaded as Scheppers retired shortstop Luis Cruz on a flyout to escape the jam.
Oklahoma City responded immediately in the home half of the initial frame, scorching Sounds starter Chris Waters for five two-out runs to grab a 5-1 advantage. «Read the rest of this article»
Teams Will Complete Series With Wednesday Twinbill
Oklahoma City, OK – Tuesday evening’s doubleheader between the Nashville Sounds and Oklahoma City RedHawks at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark was postponed due to heavy rainstorms.
One of the contests will be made up as part of a 5:05pm doubleheader on Wednesday. The other game will be made up as part of a 5:05pm twinbill on Tuesday, August 31st, during the Sounds’ second series in Oklahoma City from August 30th to September 2nd.
Left-hander Chris Waters (5-4, 3.31) will start Wednesday’s first contest for the Sounds against RedHawks right-hander Tanner Scheppers (1-0, 2.86).
Right-hander Marty McLeary (2-6, 10.38) will man the bump for Nashville in the nightcap to face Oklahoma City right-hander Elizardo Ramirez (4-3, 5.53).
Oklahoma City, OK – Joe Koshansky homered twice as the Nashville Sounds grounded the Oklahoma City RedHawks, 10-5, on Monday evening at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark in the opener of a four-game set.
It was first time Koshansky has hit a pair of homers in a game as a member of the Nashville Sounds and his fifth homer in the last seven games. Koshansky’s two homer night marked the third time a Sounds player has hit two dingers in a game this season, while also extending Nashville’s home run streak to 10 consecutive games, the longest stretch by the club this season.
Nashville (44-38) posted a season-high 19 hits in the win with six Sounds recording multi-hit contests. Norris Hopper had four hits for the second time in his last four games while Luis Cruz and Anderson De La Rosa each had three hits.
In his second straight quality start, Sam Narron (3-3) picked up the win after fanning a season-high eight batters while allowing one run in seven innings pitched. «Read the rest of this article»
Katin Belts Team-Leading 12th Homer For Nashville
Nashville, TN — The Nashville Sounds ended their homestand on the short end of a 3-1 loss to the New Orleans Zephyrs on Saturday evening at historic Greer Stadium in the finale of a three-game series.
It was a pretty good crowd for a Saturday, as 9,575 fans took in the loss then watched the Sounds’ Independence Day Weekend fireworks spectacular following the on-field action.
With the defeat, Nashville (44-38) suffered just its second home series loss of the season, dropping two of three to the Z’s. The Sounds finished their homestand with a 4-3 mark.
New Orleans starter Tom Mastny (2-0) twirled an outstanding outing for the visitors, holding Nashville to just one run on four hits over seven strong innings. He walked two batters and struck out three in his quality start. «Read the rest of this article»
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