Topic: Tomas Telis
New Orleans, LA – The Nashville Sounds’ offense never got rolling in a 6-0 loss to the New Orleans Baby Cakes Sunday afternoon at Shrine on Airline in New Orleans.
Starter Scott Copeland tossed six shutout innings and two New Orleans relievers combined for the final three innings to send the Sounds to their ninth shutout loss of the year.
Timely hitting gave the Baby Cakes an early 1-0 lead in the second when Brandon Barnes’ two-out double was followed by a run-scoring base hit by Cal Towey.
New Orleans, LA – The Nashville Sounds swept the New Orleans Zephyrs with a 5-1 win Tuesday night at Zephyrs field.
The Sounds have now won four consecutive games pushing their record to 15 games over .500 at 63-48. The record matches the team’s high-water mark of 15 games over for the season.
Since being called up from Double-A Midland, Sounds starter Raul Alcantara had not allowed an earned run in 20 2/3 innings. That was until a two-out RBI single from Isacc Galloway plated Tomas Telis in the seventh inning.
Nate Freiman goes 2-for-2 in First Game Back With Nashville Sounds
Round Rock, TX – The Sounds threatened late, but were unable to complete the comeback, falling 6-4 to Round Rock at Dell Diamond on Monday night.
The Sounds got off to a quick start in this one, as Craig Gentry was the perfect leadoff man, singling and stealing his team-leading 13th base to start the game. The outfielder then came around to score on Ryan Roberts’ 20th double of the season.
With the run, Nashville is now outscoring their opponents 41-21 in the opening frame of games this season.
Nashville Sounds break loose in the fourth to get 8-6 win over Round Rock Express at First Tennessee Park
Snap Four-Game Losing Streak vs. Round Rock
Nashville, TN – Behind a monster six-run fourth inning where the home team batted around, the Nashville Sounds defeated the Round Rock Express, 8-6, Friday night at First Tennessee Park.
The Express got out to an early lead in this one. Hanser Alberto dropped a bunt single and went to third via a perfectly executed hit-and-run with Tomas Telis. Alberto then scored on an RBI groundout by Michael Choice and the Sounds were trailing just minutes into the contest.
Nashville Sounds Swept For First Time Since June of Last Season
Round Rock, TX – Behind a five run fifth inning, the Round Rock Express completed the sweep over the Nashville Sounds on Sunday at Dell Diamond, 5-4.
In the early stages of the game, it looked like the Sounds were going to run away with this one. Through four innings, the Sounds first two hitters Alden Carrithers and Joey Wendle were a combined 6-for-6 scoring all four Nashville runs. Wendle was on a historic pace, finding himself just a homerun away from the cycle. Jason Pridie (2 RBI) and Kent Matthes (RBI) were the beneficiaries of the frequent runners on base.
Jason Pridie Smacks His Team-Leading Third Home Run Of The Season
Round Rock, TX – Through 8.2 innings on Saturday night at Dell Diamond, the Nashville Sounds never trailed. Unfortunately, they could not retire that final out and the Round Rock Express walked-off with a 5-4 victory.
The Sounds got out to an early lead. In the top of the first, Ryan Roberts (3-for-4) singled and Kent Matthes (1-for-5) scored courtesy of an interference error on Express third baseman Trever Adams. With the run, the Sounds are now outscoring their opponents 18-4 in the first frame of games.
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Nashville’s Matt Clark and Logan Schafer Provide Game-Winning Hits
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds (64-56) picked up their third doubleheader sweep at Greer Stadium on Friday night, winning 4-2 over the Round Rock Express in game one and 2-1 in game two.
In the opener, first baseman Matt Clark belted a walkoff two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Sounds a dramatic 4-2 victory over the Express.
It was the 10th last at-bat victory of the season for Nashville, which extended its lead to one game over the Memphis Redbirds in the PCL American Conference Southern Division.
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