Topic: Greer Stadium
Nashville, TN – In conjunction with today’s announcement from Minor League Baseball (MiLB), the 2020 Nashville Sounds MiLB season has been cancelled.
“We are extremely disappointed to not be able to bring Minor League Baseball to our fan base in Middle Tennessee in 2020,” said Nashville Sounds General Manager Adam Nuse. “While we will not have our traditional Minor League Baseball season this year, we’re continuing to finalize details for the 2020 Nashville Sounds Alternate Season and hope to share those plans as soon as possible.”
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds have announced that general admission tickets for Sunday’s Major League Baseball exhibition game between the Texas Rangers and Sounds are on sale now.
Due to high demand, purchasing general admission tickets has been moved up from day-of-game only to immediately. General admission tickets are now available for $20.00 (sales tax not included) and can be purchased at the Sounds Ticket Office, via phone at 615.690.4487 or by visiting www.nashvillesounds.com
Consistent with any reserved seat purchase at First Tennessee Park, a general admission ticket allows access to ballpark areas such as the Zander Insurance Berm and The Band Box.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds has announced the on-sale date and ticket options for the Major League Baseball exhibition game between the Sounds and Texas Rangers at First Tennessee Park on Sunday, March 24th at 1:05pm.
A Major League Baseball exhibition game has not been played in Nashville since June 3rd, 1999 when the Sounds hosted the Pittsburgh Pirates at Greer Stadium.
The first opportunity for fans to secure a ticket to the exhibition game is by purchasing the “Big League Bundle”.
Las Vegas, NV – The Nashville Sounds, in conjunction with the Texas Rangers, announced today at the Baseball Winter Meetings in Las Vegas that the two teams will play a spring training exhibition game at First Tennessee Park on Sunday, March 24th at 1:05pm.
“This is another thrilling and historic day for the Nashville Sounds,” said General Manager Adam Nuse. “One of the biggest goals we established with our partnership with the Rangers was to bring a spring training exhibition game to First Tennessee Park and the city of Nashville. We can’t wait to work with the Rangers to showcase Major League Baseball to this great city and our incredibly supportive fan base.”
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds Baseball Club announced its 2018 home schedule at First Tennessee Park, in conjunction with the Pacific Coast League today.
The fourth season at state-of-the-art First Tennessee Park begins on Tuesday, April 10th when the Sounds host the Iowa Cubs – the Triple-A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs. Opening Night against the Cubs is the start of a seven-game homestand that also brings the Omaha Storm Chasers – the Triple-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals to town.
First Tennessee Park plays host to 11 different homestands to make up the 70-game 2018 home schedule.
Nashville, TN – Nashville Sounds pitcher Jharel Cotton has been named the Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Week for his performance from August 8th-14th, the league announced this afternoon.
The right-hander made one start for the Sounds during the week and turned in a masterful performance. In an August 9th outing in Round Rock, Texas, Cotton narrowly missed a perfect game and settled for a one-hit, complete game shutout.
Jason Pridie Belts Team-Leading 8th Homer
Nashville, TN – The Omaha Storm Chasers narrowly edged the Nashville Sounds 4-3 at First Tennessee Park in game one of their four-game series at First Tennessee Park.
The game marked the first time Nashville and Omaha have played one another in 392 days. Thursday night’s game featured four lead changes and a tie, proving it to be well worth the wait.
Much to the delight of the 10,366 fans packed into the Sounds new park, the latest episode of the Jason Pridie show aired.
Left-Hander Barry Zito Extends Scoreless Streak To 21 Innings Over Last Three Starts
Nashville, TN – Barry Zito extended his scoreless streak and shut down the Bees on Friday night, leading Nashville to a 1-0 win in front of a record-setting 11,482 fans at First Tennessee Park.
The Sounds moved to 8-2 in their last 10 games and won six of eight during the homestand. They also improved to 9-11 in one-run contests, while the shutout was their sixth this season.
Zito did not begin his league-leading 12th start the way he wanted to, but was on point by the end of his outing. The Bees had base runners from the first batter until the fourth inning, but the veteran eventually settled in.
Left-Hander Brad Mills Tosses Fifth Straight Quality Start To Earn Win
Sacramento, CA – Brad Mills pitched brilliantly and Jason Pridie smoked a two-run triple in the eighth inning to propel the Sounds over Sacramento and secure the sweep against the River Cats with a 3-2 win at Raley Field on Thursday afternoon.
The four-game series sweep was Nashville’s first since June 9th-12th, 2014, when the Sounds swept the Reno Aces at Greer Stadium. It was also the first time the Sounds have swept the River Cats since the two teams began playing in 2000. The win propelled Nashville to a four-game winning streak, their best mark this season.
Tie Franchise Doubles Mark in the Win
Sacramento, CA – The Nashville Sounds won their third straight game over Sacramento, routing the River Cats 11-4 at Raley Field on Wednesday night.
The Sounds roughed up San Francisco Giants rehabbing starter Jake Peavy early and often on the night. Jason Pridie hit his team-leading 5th homer of the season to start the second inning, smacking the 2007 NL Cy Young Award winner’s pitch off the right field foul pole.
The following batter, Kent Matthes hit his 16th double of the season. He then scored on a Bryan Anderson ground-rule double on the very next pitch and the Sounds led 2-0. Anderson and the Sounds were just getting started.
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