Topic: Shrine On Airline
Metairie, LA – The Nashville Sounds game against the New Orleans Baby Cakes was cancelled Sunday due to unplayable field conditions at Shrine on Airline. This was the final series of the season between both teams, with the Sounds finishing 7-8 against the Baby Cakes in 2019.
Today was scheduled to be the last regular season matchup between Nashville and New Orleans before the Baby Cakes relocate to Wichita, Kansas for the 2020 season. The Sounds won the all-time series against the Baby Cakes, going 184-159 since 1998.
Metairie, LA – The Nashville Sounds scored three runs in the 10th inning to get 4-2 win over the New Orleans Baby Cakes Saturday night at the Shrine on Airline. Tim Dillard, Locke St. John and David Carpenter combined to allow just one earned run, and Juremi Profar and Jose Trevino delivered run-scoring hits in the extra frame to lead the offense.
The Sounds had runners at second and third against Kyle Keller in the 10th when Profar singled to right to score Scott Heineman. Then Trevino laced a double off the wall in left to plate two more and put the Sounds ahead 4-1. Carpenter gave up an unearned run in the bottom of the 10th and needed just six pitches to retire the Cakes for his league-best 18th save.
Metairie, LA – The Nashville Sounds fell to the New Orleans Baby Cakes 6-1 Friday night at the Shrine on Airline. The Sounds were able to base 12 runners but only pushed one across the plate.
Sounds starter Esmerling Vasquez tossed three perfect innings before departing in his first start since July 7th, and New Orleans scored at least one run against each of the four relievers the Sounds used. Wei-Chieh Huang took the loss, yielding two runs in the fourth as New Orleans grabbed a lead it never gave back.
Metairie, LA – The Nashville Sounds watched their lead vanish in the bottom of the eighth inning when the New Orleans Baby Cakes scored five runs to win 8-5 Sunday afternoon at the Shrine on Airline. The five-game set now is even at two wins apiece.
The Sounds trailed 3-1 after five innings but rallied over the next three frames to take a 5-3 lead. In the sixth, Eli White doubled and scored on a wild pitch, and Tyler Pill nailed a game-tying RBI double off the wall in right to make it 3-3. Then Nolan Fontana blasted a home run leading off the seventh and drew a bases-loaded walk against Brian Moran in the eighth for a 5-3 advantage.
Metairie, LA – On Saturday night, the Nashville Sounds dropped the New Orleans Baby Cakes 10-3 at the Shrine on Airline. Nashville’s Andy Ibanez and Carlos Tocci combined for seven hits, four runs and five RBIs in the win. The Sounds totaled a season-high 18 hits and matched their largest margin of victory on the year.
The game was tied 1-1 in the third when Nolan Fontana launched a home run to right field to give the Sounds a lead they never gave away, and they broke open the game with a six-run third off Ben Meyer. Eli White drilled a two-run double, Matt Davidson singled home a run and Ibanez crushed a three-run homer to make it 8-1.
Metairie, LA – On Friday night, Nashville Sounds’ Tyler Pill, Patrick Wisdom and Matt Davidson hit home runs in the top of the ninth to push past the New Orleans Baby Cakes at the Shrine on Airline, 6-5.
The homers came off former Sound R.J. Alvarez and turned a 5-3 deficit into a 6-5 lead. Pill’s homer was his first as a Sound and led off the ninth. Then Wisdom crushed the first pitch he saw over the left field wall to tie the game at 5-5.
Davidson, who had entered the game as pinch-hitter in the seventh, drilled a 1-1 pitch an estimated 449 feet to give the Sounds a 6-5 lead.
New Orleans, LA – Nashville Sounds fall 6-2 to the New Orleans Baby Cakes Tuesday night at the Shrine on Airline. The Baby Cakes hit four home runs in the win. Second baseman Isan Diaz hit a pair of solo blasts off Sounds’ starter Seth Maness.
The home run barrage started immediately when Magneuris Sierra started the bottom of the first inning with a lead off home run for the Baby Cakes.
New Orleans went on to score single tallies in the third, fourth and fifth innings to extend their lead to 4-0. The first home run of the night for Diaz was a solo shot in the top of the fifth inning.
Metairie, LA – The Nashville Sounds were silenced Wednesday night as they fell to the New Orleans Baby Cakes 2-0 at the Shrine on Airline.
Making a spot start, Carlos Ramirez gave the Sounds all they could ask for. The right-hander went a career-long four innings in his first career start and blanked the Baby Cakes in those four frames. He yielded three hits on the night without walking anyone.
Offensively the Sounds had no answer for New Orleans’ Dillon Peters, who kept the Sounds’ batters off balance all night long. The southpaw collected a dozen punch outs to set a new career-high and retired the final ten batters he faced. The 12 strikeouts matched a New Orleans franchise record.
New Orleans, LA – The Nashville Sounds scored one run in the ninth and four in the tenth to stun the New Orleans Baby Cakes with a come-from-behind 7-3 win Tuesday night at Shrine on Airline.
Trailing 3-2 in the top of the ninth, Anthony Garcia launched a solo homer off Nick Wittgren to even the game at 3-3. It was Garcia’s second solo blast of the game – his third multi-homer game of the season.
After Liam Hendriks worked his way out of a jam to put up a zero in the bottom of the ninth, Nashville’s offense exploded in the tenth to take control of the game.
Metairie, LA – The Nashville Sounds’ offensive struggles continued in a 4-0 loss to the New Orleans Baby Cakes Sunday afternoon at Shrine on Airline. The Sounds have scored two runs over the last 28 innings of action.
One night after collecting only five hits, the Sounds managed just two against a trio of New Orleans pitchers. Renato Nunez singled in the fourth and Steve Lombardozzi singled in the eighth.
The Baby Cakes were in control from the start with runs in the first three innings. Jon Rodriguez’s RBI groundout gave New Orleans a 1-0 lead in the first.
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