Topic: Toledo Mud Hens
Nashville, TN – Sunday afternoon’s game between the Nashville Sounds and Toledo Mud Hens was postponed due to rain at Fifth Third Field.
A makeup date for the postponed contest will be announced at a later time and will be played at First Horizon Park when the Mud Hens visit Nashville August 3rd-8th.
With the postponement, the Sounds return home to Nashville on a three-game winning streak.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds got home runs from Luis Castro, Zach Green and Weston Wilson on their way to a 6-1 win over the Toledo Mud Hens at Fifth Third Field Saturday evening. The win for the Sounds is their third straight after dropping the first two games of the season.
Nashville has now slugged 12 home runs in the first five games of the season, the most of any team in the 20-team Triple-A East League.
Castro’s blast in the top of the fifth inning came with two runners on base and broke open a scoreless game. The three-run home run gave Nashville a 3-0 lead they would not let go of.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds tossed a shutout in game one and launched three home runs in game two on their way to sweeping a doubleheader against the Toledo Mud Hens at Fifth Third Field Friday night.
Nashville’s first win of the year was backed by a dominant pitching performance by a trio of left-handers – starter Aaron Ashby and relievers Quintin Torres-Costa and Clayton Andrews.
The 22-year-old Ashby made his Triple-A debut and worked four shutout innings. He limited the Mud Hens to just one hit and struck out six. Torres-Costa followed and kept Toledo off the board for 1 2/3 innings and Andrews finished the shutout with 1 1/3 innings. The trio combined for 12 strikeouts and Torres-Costa earned the win in relief.
Doubleheader to be Played on Friday
Toledo, OH – Thursday night’s game between the Nashville Sounds and Toledo Mud Hens was postponed due to rain at Fifth Third Field.
The two teams will play a doubleheader on Friday, May 7th with the first beginning at 6:05pm.
The doubleheader will be seven-inning games.
Starting pitchers for both games have yet to be determined.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds’ comeback attempt came to a halt when Toledo’s three-run homer in the bottom of the eighth inning proved to be the difference in a 9-6 loss Wednesday night at Fifth Third Field.
Nashville trailed 6-3 after four innings only to come back and tie the game in the eighth. The comeback went for naught when Toledo’s Zack Short drilled a tie-breaking three-run homer in the bottom of the eighth inning. The long ball came just moments after Nashville right-hander Luke Barker issued a pair of two-out walks.
Josh Lindblom, Derek Fisher, and Jace Peterson Made Rehab Appearances with Nashville
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds clubbed four home runs in the 2021 season opener but a five-run bottom of the sixth inning for Toledo propelled the Mud Hens to an 8-6 win at Fifth Third Field Tuesday night.
Nashville got home runs from Dustin Peterson, Mario Feliciano, and Derek Fisher in consecutive innings in the club’s first game in over 600 days. Peterson’s three-run blast started the scoring in the third inning, plating Jamie Westbrook and Fisher.
In the top of the fourth, Feliciano’s first knock of the year left the yard to right-center to give Nashville a 4-0 lead. Fisher, playing with Nashville on a Major League rehab assignment, drilled a solo shot in the fifth.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds have announced its premium hospitality and group areas are on sale for the 2021 season. Opening Day at First Horizon Park is scheduled for Tuesday, May 11th, 2021 when the Sounds host the Memphis Redbirds at 6:35pm.
First Horizon Park’s newest hospitality area Hit City Hall is positioned adjacent to The Band Box and will be able to accommodate groups of up to 125, the most of any hospitality area in the ballpark. The amenities include over 4,000 square feet of space while parties enjoy their all-you-can-eat buffet in the climate-controlled area.
Nashville, TN – Following the success of the inaugural Blended Festival, the country’s fastest-growing music, food, and wine event is coming back — and it’s expanding to Nashville!
Blended Fest is set to make its Music City debut at First Horizon Park, August 13th and 14th. The two-day wine-centric event with three 2021 destinations will feature household names from pop, country, and EDM to perform. Early bird tickets are now on sale and can be purchased by visiting www.blendedfestival.com. Blended has two-day packages starting at only $119.00, with layaway plans available. Talent announcements will begin mid-April.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds Baseball Club and BCSG 360 has announced they will host the Music City Diamond Classic on Saturday, April 17th and Sunday, April 18th at First Horizon Park. The Music City Diamond Classic will feature HBCUs Lane College (Jackson, TN) and Tuskegee University (Tuskegee, AL).
The two schools will play a single game on Saturday and a doubleheader Sunday. The contest on Saturday will begin at 3:00 p.m. and game one of Sundays doubleheader will begin at 1:00pm The gates at First Horizon Park will open at 2:00pm on Saturday and Noon on Sunday.
ESPN 94.9, a sister station of ESPN 102.5 The Game, has a strong broadcast reach throughout Middle Tennessee and is simulcast on 95.1 FM in Rutherford County and worldwide on The Game Nashville streaming app.
“We’re very excited to rejoin the ESPN Radio family here in Nashville,” said Sounds General Manager and Chief Operating Officer Adam Nuse.
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