Topic: Manny Pina
Nashville, TN – The Colorado Springs Sky Sox used a four-run second inning to help them to a series-opening 5-2 win over the Nashville Sounds in front of 6,177 fans Tuesday night at First Tennessee Park.
Former Sounds pitcher Wily Peralta went five strong innings against his former team and earned the win. He allowed one run on five hits to go along with four strikeouts.
Nashville starter Chris Jensen wasn’t as sharp as his counterpart. After a 1-2-3 first, Jensen allowed back-to-back singles to Manny Pina and Garrett Cooper to start the second inning.
Multiple Late Leads Not Enough
Colorado Springs, CO – The Colorado Springs Sky Sox sent the Nashville Sounds to a heart-breaking 8-7 loss in walk-off fashion Friday night at Security Service Field.
Multiple late leads were not enough for the Sounds as Manny Pina’s one-out single in the ninth scored Michael Reed with the winning run.
The Sounds held a 5-1 lead in the eighth inning, and then went up 7-5 in the top of the ninth only to see both leads vanish.
Max Muncy belted a two-run homer in the top of the ninth inning to break a 5-5 tie.
Nashville Sounds Splits Four-Game Series
Nashville, TN – A four-run eighth inning by the Colorado Springs Sky Sox doomed the Nashville Sounds in a 7-5 loss Thursday night in front of 5,202 fans at First Tennessee Park.
Nashville had a 5-3 lead when Andrew Triggs took over in the eighth. He struck out Hernan Perez to start the inning, but then allowed an infield single to Jake Elmore.
Garin Cecchini followed with a base hit to put runners at first and second. Eric Young Jr. followed with a sharp ground ball just to the right of shortstop Tyler Ladendorf who bobbled the ball allowing all runners to be safe.
Papillion, NE – The Nashville Sounds suffered their third straight loss to division-leading Omaha, falling 4-1 to the Storm Chasers on Sunday afternoon at Werner Park.
Nashville (38-71), which has dropped five of its last six after opening with four wins in their first five contests out of the All-Star break, is just 4-11 against Omaha this season.
Greinke Works 2 2/3 Innings In Rehab Start For Nashville
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds lost an Easter Sunday matinee to the division-rival Omaha Storm Chasers, falling 7-3 at Greer Stadium.
Milwaukee Brewers right-hander Zack Greinke, currently on a rehabilitation assignment while recovering from a cracked left rib, made his first start for the Sounds after one rehab outing at Advanced-A Brevard County last Tuesday.
Greinke – who took a no-decision for Nashville – allowed two runs on three hits over 2 2/3 innings, throwing 54 pitches (32 strikes). He walked one batter and struck out two. He is expected to make another rehab start with the Sounds on Friday evening against Albuquerque at Greer Stadium, a 7:05pm contest.
Walkoff Blast Caps First Baseman’s Two-Homer Night
Nashville, TN – First baseman Joe Koshansky’ s second home run of the evening, a leadoff blast in the bottom of the tenth inning, propelled the Nashville Sounds to a dramatic 5-4 victory over the first-place Omaha Royals on Friday evening at historic Greer Stadium.
Koshansky’s game-winning blast, which came on the first pitch he saw from Royals reliever Blaine Hardy, was the slugger’s team-leading 15th of the year and provided Nashville with its 14th last at-bat victory of the season.
The slugger’s walkoff heroics became necessary after the Sounds gave up a two-run lead in the ninth.
Nashville (49-43) improved to 5-5 in extra innings on the year while Omaha fell to 7-7 in extra frames.
Koshansky’s game-winning homer gave Sounds reliever Donovan Hand (1-0) his first career Triple-A victory. The right-hander worked a scoreless top of the tenth. «Read the rest of this article»
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