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Nashville, TN – Nashville dropped their third straight game to El Paso on Monday night at First Tennessee Park, this time by the score of 5-1.
For the league-leading 72nd time this season, the Sounds were the first team to score as Craig Gentry put the home team up 1-0 in the third. The speedy outfielder doubled down the left field line and then swiped his team-leading 23rd bag of the season. He would score on a Tyler Ladendorf sacrifice fly.
Rehabbing Reliever Sean Doolittle Strikes Out Side In Scoreless Inning
Nashville, TN – The Sounds were bested by the Chihuahuas on the Bark in the Park night at First Tennessee Park, falling by a 4-3 score in the Sunday evening contest.
The one-run game was Nashville’s 37th this season, dropping their record in those games to 17-20. After scoring early, the Sounds were shut out in the final eight frames and moved to 55-67 on the season.
Entering Sunday’s game, Nashville had scored at least 20 more runs in the first inning than any other frame and kept it rolling with even more production. The inning featured singles from Joey Wendle, Jake Smolinski, Jason Pridie and Brent Morel but an error by right fielder Rymer Liriano proved most costly. The four hits put the Sounds on top 3-0.
Nashville’s Hot Bats Crank 16 Hits including Three Home Runs
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds extended their season-best winning streak to six games with a 10-6 victory over the Tucson Padres in front of 8,731 fans on Saturday evening at Greer Stadium.
The series opener victory on Star Wars Night featured 16 hits by the Sounds (44-71), including one by every member of the starting lineup. Red-hot hitters Robinzon Diaz and Eugenio Velez each went 3-for-4 to pace Nashville, which posted a double-digit run total for the sixth time this season. Blake Lalli, Josh Prince, and Hainley Statia also contributed multi-hit efforts.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds downed the Las Vegas 51s by a 4-2 margin Friday night in front of 8,993 fans at Greer Stadium to pick up the team’s first series sweep of the season. The win extends the team’s season-best winning streak to five games.
Tied 2-2 in the fourth inning, Sounds shortstop Josh Prince dropped a triple into right field to lead off the frame and came around to score on a Blake Lalli’s double.
Las Vegas, NV – Trailing 4-3 entering the ninth inning, the Nashville Sounds scored three runs to top the Las Vegas 51s, 6-4, on Wednesday night at Cashman Field in the finale of a four-game series.
After Johnny Raburn singled to lead off the ninth frame and scored on a Ray Olmedo game-tying single, PCL saves leader and 51s closer Jeremy Accardo intentionally walked Mat Gamel to pitch to Erick Almonte, who delivered the game-winning two-run single to right field.
The victory was Nashville’s (62-56) 16th last-at win and ninth come-from-behind victory trailing in the seventh inning or later this season. The win also gave the Sounds a 3-5 record on the road trip and their first winning series against 51s in Las Vegas since joining the Pacific Coast League in 1998. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville Uses Eight-Run Inning To Post 2nd Straight Victory
Las Vegas, NV – Norris Hopper produced his second consecutive four-hit effort and Luis Cruz homered with four RBIs to lead the Nashville Sounds to a 12-2 rout of the Las Vegas 51s on Monday evening at Cashman Field.
Hopper continued to swing a hot stick for Nashville, finishing 4-for-5. The veteran has produced multi-hit efforts in eight of his last 15 starts, batting .379 over that stretch (25-for-66). Cruz (3-for-5) homered for the second straight contest versus Las Vegas after not going deep since June 22. It marked the third time this season that Cruz has belted longballs in back-to-back games.
The Sounds (61-55) earned consecutive wins against the 51s by producing a double-digit scoring output for the second straight evening. «Read the rest of this article»
Sounds End Four-Game Losing Streak
Las Vegas, NV – The Nashville Sounds snapped a four-game losing streak by topping the Las Vegas 51s, 10-5, on Sunday night at Cashman Field in the opener of a four-game set.
Nashville (60-55) banged out 16 hits in the victory, while Norris Hopper and Ray Olmedo each recorded four hits apiece. The Sounds also walked eight times in the game after only posting six walks through the club’s first seven games this month.
The Sounds took an early 4-0 lead in the top of the first inning, as Nashville loaded the bases with one out by a Hopper single and walks by Mat Gamel and Brendan Katin. Erick Almonte and Olmedo each followed with two-run singles to center field to plate the four runs in the inning.
Nashville tacked on three more runs in the top of fourth. After Katin doubled and Almonte walked, Luis Cruz belted the first pitch he saw from Luis Perez over the outfield wall in right center. The three-run shot was Cruz’s seventh of the season and his first since June 22nd at Memphis. «Read the rest of this article»
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