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Nashville Sounds suffer 9-4 loss to Omaha Storm Chasers at First Tennessee Park

 

Nashville SoundsNashville, TN – Omaha Storm Chasers have a five-run third inning to help them beat the Nashville Sounds  9-4  in front of 6,307 fans and 214 four-legged friends Tuesday night at First Tennessee Park. 

Omaha plated a run in the top of the first inning to take an early lead, but Nashville bounced back in the bottom of the second with a pair of runs.

Matt Davidson crushed his ninth home run of the season to open the inning and make it a 1-1 game. Patrick Wisdom followed with a walk, and Jose Trevino chased him around from first with a double to the wall in right field to give the Sounds a 2-1 lead.

Matt Davidson's Two Homers Not Enough for Nashville Sounds Tuesday night against Omaha Storm Chasers. (Nashville Sounds)

Matt Davidson’s Two Homers Not Enough for Nashville Sounds Tuesday night against Omaha Storm Chasers. (Nashville Sounds)

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Nashville Sounds get blanked by Colorado Springs Sky Sox, 4-0

 

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Nashville SoundsNashville, TN -The Nashville Sounds squandered another opportunity at a series sweep as they fell to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox 4-0 in front of 10,159 fans at First Tennessee Park. It was the third time this season the Sounds entered a series finale with a chance at a sweep but ended up on the losing end.

The Sky Sox scored four runs off Sounds starter, Kendall Graveman but just two were earned. Colorado Springs’ Brett Phillips singled to begin the frame and then Tyrone Taylor brought the noise. The Sky Sox right fielder launched a two-run home run beyond the left field fence to give Colorado Springs a lead it would not relinquish.

Nashville Sounds Shut Out for Fourth Time in 2018. (Nashville Sounds)

Nashville Sounds Shut Out for Fourth Time in 2018. (Nashville Sounds)

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Colorado Springs Sky Sox nab 9-8 win over Nashville Sounds

 

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Nashville SoundsColorado Springs, CO – In a game with plenty of fireworks on Independence Day it was the Colorado Springs Sky Sox who emerged victorious over the Nashville Sounds 9-8 Tuesday night. The two teams combined for 17 runs on 24 hits but it was a costly error in the bottom of the eighth inning that pushed the Sky Sox over the top.

With the score tied 8-8, one out, and a runner on second base for the Sky Sox in the bottom of the eighth inning, Lewis Brinson grounded a ball to Sounds shortstop Marcus Semien. Semien collected the ball smoothly but air-mailed the throw over the head of first baseman Matt McBride to put runners on the corners.

Late Inning Error Costs Nashville Sounds for Second Straight Night. (Nashville Sounds)

Late Inning Error Costs Nashville Sounds for Second Straight Night. (Nashville Sounds)

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Nashville Sounds come away with Two Home Wins over Colorado Springs Sky Sox

 

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Nashville SoundsNashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds won a pair of games over the Colorado Springs Sky Sox Tuesday night at First Tennessee Park. A big first inning and Daniel Gossett’s gem led to an 8-3 win in game one, and Renato Nunez’s homer sparked a rally to send Nashville to a 3-1 win in game two.

A six-run first inning paved the way for Nashville in game one that was completed Tuesday night after being suspended in the first inning Saturday night.

Against three different Colorado Springs pitchers, the Sounds sent 10 batters to the plate and came away with their third-largest inning of the season. The first run came in on Renato Nuñez’s RBI single, and was followed by another base hit by Joey Wendle.

Nashville Sounds' Daniel Gossett Shines, Matt Olson and Renato Nuñez Homer Tuesday night. (Nashville Sounds)

Nashville Sounds’ Daniel Gossett Shines, Matt Olson and Renato Nuñez Homer Tuesday night. (Nashville Sounds)

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Nashville Sounds shut out by Colorado Springs Sky Sox on Memorial Day

 

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Nashville SoundsNashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds’ offense continued to struggle in a 6-0 shutout loss to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox in front of a Memorial Day crowd of 9,018 at First Tennessee Park Monday afternoon.

The shutout loss was the second in three games against the Sky Sox. Nashville was also blanked in game one of Sunday’s doubleheader. Over the last three games, the offense has mustered just two runs on 13 hits.

Sky Sox starter Josh Hader and relievers Wei-Chung Wang, Tristan Archer, and Tim Dillard did the job Monday afternoon.

Hader and company received some early offense when the Sox put three runs on the board in the second inning against Sounds hurler Paul Blackburn.

Nashville Sounds Dips to .500 at 24-24 on the Season. (Nashville Sounds)

Nashville Sounds Dips to .500 at 24-24 on the Season. (Nashville Sounds)

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Nashville Sounds lose 8-3 to Colorado Springs Sky Sox

 

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Nashville SoundsColorado Springs, CO – The Nashville Sounds scored in multiple late innings Monday night, but the comeback attempt came up short in an 8-3 loss to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox at Security Service Field.

The offense was stuck in neutral against Sky Sox (12-5) starter Brandon Woodruff who tossed six shutout innings. The Sounds (6-11) managed just three hits off the right-hander but started to show signs of life when they loaded the bases in the sixth only to be turned away.

Trailing 3-0 into the seventh, Nashville’s Renato Nuñez launched his third homer of the season to trim the deficit to 3-1.

Nashville Drops Second Straight to Fall to 6-11 on the Season. (Nashville Sounds)

Nashville Drops Second Straight to Fall to 6-11 on the Season. (Nashville Sounds)

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Nashville Sounds fall to Colorado Springs Sky Sox at First Tennessee Park, 6-1

 

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Nashville SoundsNashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds’ offensive struggles continued in their 6-1series-opening loss to the Colorado Springs Sky Sox in front 11,097 fans, a second consecutive sellout crowd at First Tennessee Park.

The Nashville Sounds found themselves in a 2-0 hole before getting a chance to hit. Lewis Brinson doubled to left field to lead off the game, advanced on a ground out by Kyle Wren, then scored on a passed ball. Designated hitter Ryan Cordell then drilled a 1-2 pitch beyond the fence down the left field line to put the Sky Sox up 2-0.

New Opponent, Same Offensive Struggles for Nashville Sounds. (Nashville Sounds)

New Opponent, Same Offensive Struggles for Nashville Sounds. (Nashville Sounds)

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