Topic: Cashman Field
Las Vegas, NV – The Nashville Sounds were done in by a five-run first inning and failed to capitalize on chances late as they fell to the Las Vegas 51s 8-5 Thursday night at Cashman Field. The 51s took the three-game series two games to one.
The Sounds found themselves in a deep hole after just one inning as the 51s sent all nine batters to the plate and scored five runs in the opening frame. Peter Alonso drove in a pair with a base hit, Dominic Smith doubled the Las Vegas lead with a two-run blast, and Patrick Kivlehan scored on an error by third baseman Sheldon Neuse.
Las Vegas, NV – The Las Vegas 51s came from behind to defeat the Nashville Sounds 6-3 in 10 innings Wednesday night at Cashman Field. Zach Borenstein’s walk-off three-run home run in the 10th inning evened the three-game series.
Two rarities occurred Wednesday night in Sin City. The game saw a pitcher’s duel at hitter-friendly Cashman Field and featured a 19-minute rain delay in the middle of the second inning. Nashville’s Daniel Mengden went seven innings and allowed just two runs, one earned on three hits while striking out four. It was the second night in a row the Sounds starting pitcher lasted seven innings. Mengden’s counterpart, Chris Flexen also yielded just a pair of runs in seven innings of work.
Las Vegas, NV – Jorge Mateo and Ramon Laureano each collected four hits and three RBIs on Tuesday night to lead the Nashville Sounds to an 11-4 victory over the Las Vegas 51s at Cashman Field in the opener of a seven-game road trip.
Every Sounds hitter in the game reached base at least once, and the offense built an early 5-0 lead. Anthony Garcia smashed a long two-run homer in the first, his 19th of the year. BJ Boyd doubled home Franklin Barreto in the third, and Jorge Mateo’s RBI triple in the fourth made it a 4-0 game. Then Ramon Laureano followed with a run-scoring double to make it 5-0.
Nashville, TN -The Nashville Sounds upended the Oklahoma City Dodgers 8-5 Sunday night in front of 10,697 fans at First Tennessee Park to salvage a series split. Sheldon Neuse drove in four runs on two extra-base hits in the victory.
The Nashville Sounds handed Oklahoma City’s Manny Bañuelos his worst outing of the year as they tagged the All-Star for a season-high seven runs, all earned. The runs came in bunches as the Sounds scored multiple runs in three different innings against Bañuelos. Nashville’s James Naile logged his ninth quality start of the season as he went 6 1/3 innings and gave up five runs but just three were earned.
Joey Wendle Records 500th Career Hit
Las Vegas, NV – The Nashville Sounds piled on the hits racking up a season-high 19 hits in a 13-2 rout of the Las Vegas 51’s field Thursday night at Cashman Field.
Two early solo home runs from Max Muncy and Ryon Healy sparked the bats for the Sounds in Sin City.
Muncy, the second batter of the game, wasted no time putting the Sounds on the board early with a solo home run to right field and the Sounds lead 1-0.
Healy then added another solo shot on a lead-off home run in the second inning to double the Sounds lead to 2-0. The home run was Healy’s first as a Sound and his ninth of the season.
Nashville Has Won 10 of Their Last 11 Games
Las Vegas, NV – The Nashville Sounds continued their winning ways after scoring two runs in the top of the 12th inning to take a 5-3 win Wednesday night at Cashman Field to win their 10th out of their last 11 games.
The late inning rally started with a lead-off single by Max Muncy to right field. Muncy then stole second base with Andrew Lambo batting. Ryon Healy then delivered the go ahead run with a one-out double to right center field to put the Sounds on top 4-3. Healy advanced to third base on Matt Olson’s ground out to second to set the stage for Rangel Ravelo to add the insurance run. Ravelo then hit an infield single allowing Healy to score to put the Sounds up 5-3 in the 12th.
Nashville Has Won Nine of Last Ten Games
Las Vegas, NV – The Nashville Sounds remained red hot in Las Vegas with a 10-4 win over the 51s Tuesday night at Cashman Field.
The Sounds have won nine of their last ten games and sit in first place by a ½ game in the American South Division with a 25-20 record.
Four runs in the fourth and five runs in the fifth helped Nashville open a huge lead they wouldn’t relinquish.
Las Vegas held a 3-1 lead when the fourth started, and looked like they were on their way to a clean inning when starter Sean Gilmartin retired the first two batters in the inning.
Dillon Overton Allows One Run over Six Innings
Las Vegas, NV – A balanced offensive attack and six solid innings from starter Dillon Overton led the Nashville Sounds to a 7-4 win over the Las Vegas 51s Monday night at Cashman Field.
Five different players had multi-hit games for the Sounds (24-20) who ripped 14 hits to set a new season-high. Renato Nunez, Ryon Healy, Bruce Maxwell and Matt Olson all had two hits apiece and Andrew Lambo had his second three-hit game of the year.
The offense was more than enough for starter Dillon Overton who allowed just one run in six innings. He yielded five hits, issued only one walk and struck out seven on the way to his third win of the season.
Nashville Sounds Swept For First Time Since June of Last Season
Round Rock, TX – Behind a five run fifth inning, the Round Rock Express completed the sweep over the Nashville Sounds on Sunday at Dell Diamond, 5-4.
In the early stages of the game, it looked like the Sounds were going to run away with this one. Through four innings, the Sounds first two hitters Alden Carrithers and Joey Wendle were a combined 6-for-6 scoring all four Nashville runs. Wendle was on a historic pace, finding himself just a homerun away from the cycle. Jason Pridie (2 RBI) and Kent Matthes (RBI) were the beneficiaries of the frequent runners on base.
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Nashville’s Ariel Pena Holds 51s To Three Hits in Quality Start
Las Vegas, NV – The Nashville Sounds (38-38) entered the 9th inning with a three-run lead, but failed to hold on Friday night at Cashman Field, dropping the series finale to the Las Vegas 51s by a 5-4 margin.
The loss completes a four-game sweep of the Sounds for Las Vegas and pushes Nashville’s season-high losing streak to eight games. At 38-38, the Sounds are back to .500 for the first time since holding a 12-12 record on April 29th.
Leading 4-1 in the 9th, Sounds closer Donovan Hand (1-4) allowed four consecutive base knocks which allowed Vegas to pull within one run before recording an out.
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