Topic: Tommy Edman
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds scored 10 unanswered runs in front of a sellout crowd of 10,068 and split the series against the Memphis Redbirds with a hard-fought 10-6 win Friday night at First Tennessee Park.
Adam Moore led the charge with a two-run triple in the third inning and a bases-clearing double in the seventh. The Sounds’ catcher had 5 RBI in the game – the most by a Sounds player in a single game in 2019.
Wes Benjamin got the ball for Nashville and cruised through a 1-2-3 first inning but trouble hit in the second. After Andrew Knizner singled to start the frame, Benjamin got a ground ball that may have been a double play but it was misplayed and all runners were safe for the Redbirds.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds beat the Memphis Redbirds 8-5 in front of 10,442 fans to give Sounds Manager Jason Wood his 600th career win in professional baseball. Zack Granite hit a grand slam in the bottom of the eighth to break a 4-4 tie to win the game for Nashville.
The Redbirds scored in the top of the first when Drew Robinson hit a double and scored on a single by Andrew Knizner to put Memphis up 1-0. Robinson would extend the Memphis lead 2-0 on a solo home run in the top of the third inning.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds struggled again in a 10-0 loss to the Memphis Redbirds at First Tennessee Park despite pitcher Tim Dillard took hold of another franchise pitching record.
Dillard struck out Adolis Garcia for the first out in the fourth inning for his only punch out of the night. It was his 352nd career strikeout with the Sounds – matching the all-time franchise record held by Jamie Werly since 1983.
Dillard’s mark was the only positive of the night as Memphis hitters otherwise had their way. The Redbirds scored three runs in the fourth and four runs in the sixth on their way to a 10-run, 14-hit outburst.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds offense went cold at home in 4-2 loss to the Memphis Redbirds in front of 6,806 fans and 182 dogs Tuesday night at First Tennessee Park.
Nashville’s offense was red hot on the road only to come up short at home with four hits in the homestand opener against the Redbirds. Hunter Cole had two of the hits and Zack Granite and Adam Moore each had one.
Three of the hits came in the third inning when Cole started the frame with a single, Moore followed with a base hit to left, and Granite’s perfectly placed two-out bunt single drove in Cole from third to give the Sounds a 1-0 lead.
Memphis, TN – The Nashville Sounds were down 3-1 in the fifth inning when Chase d’Arnaud hit a two run homer to tie the game and make it a brand-new ballgame. The Sounds would score in the eighth and ninth inning to win 5-3.
The first batter Nashville faced was Tommy Edman, who hit a solo home run to lead off the game for Memphis to give the early 1-0 lead.
Patrick Wisdom led the top of the second with a single, who would eventually score on a single by Eli White to tie the game up.
Nashville, TN – Nashville Sounds fall to Memphis Redbirds in series opener Friday night 17-2 at First Tennessee Park. Memphis knocked 24 hits, tying Nashville’s franchise record for most hits allowed.
Nine of Memphis’ runs came in the top of the second inning. Adolis Garcia led with a single and Rangel Ravelo hit a double to put runners on second and third base. Lane Thomas hit a two-run double to score the first couple runs of the inning.
After an Edmundo Sosa single, Ramon Urias hit an RBI single to knock in Thomas. Tommy Edman brought home Sosa and Urias on a home run.
Drew Robinson and John Nogowski both singled to get things started up again. Garcia came up for a second time in the inning to hit an RBI single that scored Robinson.
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds came out on the wrong end of a 2-1 score Sunday night against the Memphis Redbirds in front of a season-high 11,692 fans at First Tennessee Park.
Nashville’s Eric Jokisch and Memphis’ Jake Woodford battled it out on the mound as both starters looked sharp. For Woodford it was his first start in his last six in which he allowed fewer than four runs. He gave up just one run on three hits in six innings. He struck out the side in the first inning and did not record another strikeout in his final five frames.
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