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Nashville’s Jimmy Nelson Fans 10 in Quality Start
Nashville, TN – The first-place Nashville Sounds (37-30) found some late game heroics for the third straight night, downing the Reno Aces 3-2 at Greer Stadium Wednesday night. The close victory makes the Sounds 15-10 in one-run games during the 2014 season.
It was Hector Gomez’s turn to come through in the clutch with an RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the eighth that scored Matt Pagnozzi, whose athletic slide beat the tag from Aces catcher and former Sound Blake Lalli. Gomez now has six RBIs in his last seven games and has hit safely in 14 of his last 19 games.
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Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds walked off against the Reno Aces for the second straight night, recording a 2-1 triumph on Tuesday evening at Greer Stadium.
Jeremy Hermida provided the game-winner for the first-place Sounds (36-30), driving home Elian Herrera with a one-out single to center in the bottom of the ninth off Aces reliever Joe Paterson. Herrera got things started in the frame with a one-out infield single then hustled to third on Hunter Morris’ single to right.
Nashville’s Johnny Hellweg Picks Up 11th Win And 2 RBIs
Reno, NV – The Nashville Sounds converted 14 hits into seven runs Thursday night at Aces Ballprk to defeat the Reno Aces 7-3 in the series finale.
The win gives Nashville the series split and their 15th Thursday night win of the season (15-3).
The Sounds finish the road trip with a 4-4 record. Nashville strung together three runs in the second inning for the early 3-0 lead.
Nashville’s Sean Halton Hits Three-Run Bomb In Loss
Reno, NV – The Nashville Sounds were no match for the Reno Aces Tuesday night at Aces Ballpark, and gave up a season-high 14 runs in the 14-3 loss.
Trailing 3-2 in the sixth, the Aces batted around to hang six runs on the Sounds. In his first at-bat for Reno, Jake Fox lifted a pinch-hit single into centerfield off of reliever Tim Dillard to give the Aces a one-run lead. Both of the scoring runners reached base off of Zach Kroenke (5-14), who began the inning.
Bloomington, IN – Rallying from two-run deficits twice, at Bart Kaufman Field June 2nd, Austin Peay State University’s baseball team defeats Valparaiso University, 5-4, to reach the championship game of a NCAA regional for the second straight year.
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Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds split a doubleheader with the Reno Aces on Monday evening at Greer Stadium, winning the opener, 5-0, and dropping the twinbill nightcap, 5-1.
With the split, the Sounds moved to 1-3 in doubleheader action in 2012 and sport a 13-23 record, which moves the club ahead of Memphis into third place in the PCL American Northern Division.
In the opener, right-hander Mike Fiers tossed a three-hit, seven-inning shutout to lead the Sounds to a 5-0 victory over the Aces.
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Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds edged the Reno Aces, 6-5, in a six-inning, rain-shortened opener of a four-game series on Saturday evening at Greer Stadium.
At the conclusion of the top of the sixth inning, the game went into a rain delay and was officially halted approximately 45 minutes later at 9:03pm, making it an official game.
Sky Sox Plate Four Late Runs Against Nashville Bullpen To Steal Win
Colorado Springs, CO – Colorado Springs scored four runs in the final two frames, including two in the bottom of the ninth, to hang a walkoff 4-3 loss on the Nashville Sounds on Saturday evening at Security Service Field in the finale of a four-game series.
With the win, the Sky Sox salvaged a split of the four-game set. It marked the Sounds’ 11th walkoff loss among their 34 road defeats.
After the Sounds had two runners thrown out at the plate in the top of the ninth as they attempted to extend a 3-2 lead, Colorado Springs touched Nashville closer Mike McClendon for a pair of runs in the bottom of the frame to hang a tough loss on the visitors.
Nashville Blows Out Sky Sox In Opener, Falls In Finale
Colorado Springs, CO – The Nashville Sounds split a doubleheader against the Colorado Springs Sky Sox on Thursday evening at Security Service Field, triumphing 19-0 in the opener before falling 9-6 in the nightcap.
In the opener, the Sounds blew out the Sky Sox, 19-0, and tied a team record by legging out 24 hits in the game, including a season-high five home runs in the seven-inning contest. It marked the Sounds’ first five-homer effort since August 2008. All three of the Sounds’ 24-hit outbursts in club history have occurred in Colorado Springs.
Nashville Matches Franchise Record For Runs Allowed In Contest
Las Vegas, NV – The Nashville Sounds entered the record books in the wrong way on Tuesday evening, matching the highest single-game run total allowed in franchise history in a 19-8 loss to the Las Vegas 51s at Cashman Field.
The 19 Las Vegas runs marked the third overall time an opponent has produced that output against Nashville in the Sounds’ 33-year history and the first time since the Iowa Cubs plated 19 on August 21, 1989. The 51s’ 20 hits on the night were one shy of the most ever produced by a Sounds opponent in a single game.
Las Vegas broke open a 5-5 game with a nine-run sixth inning en route to its victory.
The clubs combined for 27 runs and 33 hits in the contest, including 19 extra-base knocks. Nashville’s seven doubles, including three by Mat Gamel, matched a season high and were one shy of the single-game franchise record.
The teams combined for 11 individual multiple-hit efforts in the tilt. Las Vegas shortstop Mike McCoy went 5-for-5, including a home run and a double, to lead all batters. «Read the rest of this article»
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