Topic: Colorado Springs
Clarksville, TN – There’s a popular internet meme that says, “don’t look back, there’s nothing to see there.” My understanding is that it refers to your life BEFORE motorcycles, and while that’s true, I think it’s healthy to take stock in where you’ve come from and how you will move forward.
Self improvement is a never ending process. Learning from your mistakes is critical. To just simply ignore the things that happen in your life as coincidence is wrong. In my opinion, I believe that things happen for a reason, and I’ve got to recognize that.
I don’t want to be better than everybody else, I just want to be better than I was yesterday.
Clarksville, TN – My insurance company has decided to “total” my motorcycle as a result of the damage suffered in my accident on November 10th, 2019. I’ve got to be honest with you, several of us looked at the bike and NEVER thought it had that much damage.
Just a quick scan of the damage and we had estimated maybe $5,000-$7,000 at the worst. I was somewhat relieved, at that time, that I hadn’t totaled it and could repair it. Apparently that wasn’t the case.
After Harley put it on the rack and surveyed what had happened, the damage was too severe to repair and the insurance company deemed it totaled.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds scored eight runs in the third inning on their way to a 16-3 blowout win over the Memphis Redbirds in front of 5,016 fans Wednesday afternoon at First Tennessee Park.
13 batters went to the plate in the huge inning. The eight runs scored in the frame are the most since the Sounds scored nine runs in the sixth inning back on April 12th, 2015 at Colorado Springs.
Andrew Lambo and Ryon Healy both had a pair of hits in the inning. Their four hits combined to drive in five of the eight runs.
Nashville Offense Records Season-High 21 Hits
Reno, NV – Aaron Brooks dominated in Sunday’s series opener and the Nashville offense smashed 21 hits, as the Sounds won their fourth straight by beating the Reno Aces at Aces Ballpark, 8-4.
In just his second start as a Sound, Brooks came out firing. He retired 10 straight to open the contest and mastered the Aces through seven innings. Reno collected just three hits off the right-hander and was victim to the strikeout eight different times. Brooks never allowed a walk and lowered his ERA to 3.56 in PCL play before being relieved in the eighth. The win improved his record to 8-6.
Nashville Sounds Bullpen Tosses 7 2/3 Scoreless Innings In Series Finale
Papillion, NB – Ryan Roberts had a big day at Werner Park on Tuesday afternoon, blasting his second home run of the game to lead off the 12th inning and helping propel Nashville to an 8-6 win over Omaha.
The victory allowed the Sounds to take three of four from Omaha, marking their first series win since the end of June. The four hour and 10 minute game was Nashville’s sixth win in 13 extra-inning contests this season.
Roberts played hero for the Sounds with his solo shot to start the 12th. It was the designated hitter’s fourth home run of the series and his fourth RBI of the game.
102.5 FM Will Continue To Broadcast Nashville Baseball Games; Former Major Leaguer Kevin Jarvis To Join Announce Team
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds Baseball Club is excited to announce an extension of its partnership with 102.5 “The Game” (WPRT-FM) as the team’s flagship station for game broadcasts during the 2015 season.
The Game, which has served as the team’s flagship station since 2012, will air all of the Sounds’ 144 games over the airwaves with nearly all on 102.5 FM and select games on 94.9 FM “Game 2” in 2015.
“We are pleased to continue our relationship with The Game,” said Sounds COO Garry Arthur. “It is important to us to align with a partner who shares our excitement for the opening of First Tennessee Park and can carry all of the games on a station that focuses on sports programming.”
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Home Opener Slated For April 17th At First Tennessee Park
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds announced their 2015 playing schedule today and will host 72 games during their inaugural season at state-of-the-art First Tennessee Park in North Nashville.
Nashville kicks off the Pacific Coast League season on Thursday, April 9th in Colorado Springs as part of a season-opening, eight-game road trip before beginning its 2015 home slate in Music City on Friday, April 17th, also against Colorado Springs. The Sounds will conclude the season with a road trip, playing their final home contest on Thursday, September 3rd.
Colorado Springs, CO – The first-place Nashville Sounds (61-53) split their doubleheader with the Colorado Springs Sky Sox on Friday night at Security Service Field, winning 2-1 with a rally in the opener before getting blanked, 1-0, in the nightcap.
In the opener, the Sounds put together a late rally that was capped off by Jason Rogers’ game-winning home run to defeat the Sky Sox, 2-1.
Rogers’ solo home run, his fourth of the season and first on the road, was just fair over the left-field wall and broke the 1-1 tie.
Former Sound Chris Capuano (1-0) twirled a solid outing for the visitors, fanning 11 batters over seven innings while holding Nashville to a pair of runs on four hits to earn the win.
PCL mid-season All-Star Donovan Hand made his first start of the season for Nashville and took a no-decision after allowing two runs (one earned) on four hits in four frames of action.
Nashville Sounds to begin three game homestand against Round Rock Express Friday night at Greer Stadium
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds continue their #LastCheerAtGreer with their seventh homestand at Greer Stadium, which begins this Friday, July 11th.
The brief three-game homestand welcomes the division-rival Round Rock Express (Texas Rangers affiliate) to Nashville for the first time this season.
Highlighting the homestand’s worth of promotions will be another Trevecca Nazarene University FAITH NIGHT, a Bible Bobblehead Series giveaway, Friday Fireworks, a Christmas in July theme night with a Guitar Scoreboard Snow Globe Giveaway and Nashville’s NEWS 2 Saturday Fireworks.
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