Nashville's Comeback Falls Short in Memphis
In what originally looked like a blowout, Nashville made its series opener against Memphis a close game but ended up losing 7-5.Three runs were scored in the bottom of the second for Memphis. John Nogowski hit a RBI single that scored Tyler O'Neill that scored the first run. Ramón Urías
In what originally looked like a blowout, Nashville made its series opener against Memphis a close game but ended up losing 7-5.
Three runs were scored in the bottom of the second for Memphis.
O'Neill led off the bottom of the third with his fourth home run of the season, each of those have come against Nashville. Memphis would score one more that inning to make it 5-0.
In their second consecutive inning, Memphis led off with a home run, this time it was
Nashville scored their first runs in the top of the sixth when they plated three runners. After leading the inning off with two walks,
The Sounds were able to load the bases in the ninth inning to get the tying run on second and the go-ahead run on first but were unable to capitalize. That would be it for Nashville as the Redbirds took game one of the series Saturday night, 7-5.
Game two of the series starts at 2:05 p.m. on Sunday. Sounds' right-hander
- With today's 7-5 loss, the Sounds dropped to 12-23 on the season.
- Nashville starter
- All five runs Nashville scored were unearned, as they each came on Memphis' three errors.
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