Sounds Drop Third Straight on Mother's Day
The Sounds dropped their third straight game after a 7-2 loss to Memphis. Tim Dillard earned his second loss of the season while Ryan Helsley earned his first win of the season for the Redbirds.Two runs were scored by the Redbirds in the first inning. Tyler O'Neill hit a single
The Sounds dropped their third straight game after a 7-2 loss to Memphis.
Two runs were scored by the Redbirds in the first inning.
Memphis would score a run in the second and third inning each. Robinson had a RBI single in the second and
Nashville did score two in the top of the third inning when
The Redbirds would score two more runs in the fifth inning. Ravelo hit his second RBI single of the game.
The Sounds would load the bases with less than two outs in back-to-back innings in the sixth in seventh, but they were unable to score.
Tyler O'Neill continued to torture Nashville's pitching as he hit a solo home run in the bottom of the seventh. All five home runs of his Triple-A season have come against the Sounds in five games. Those five games have come in the last eight days.
That home run would be the cherry on top as Nashville drops its third straight game, losing 7-2 to Memphis. Game three of the series starts tomorrow where Nashville's
- With today's 7-2 loss, the Sounds dropped to 12-24 on the season.
- Nashville starter Tim Dillard hit three batters and another batter was hit by
- Zack Granite extended his hitting streak to nine games with two hits today. Granite is hitting .474 (18-for-38) with 7 runs scored and 3 RBI during his nine-game hitting streak. He has a multi-hit game in five straight games.
- Tim Dillard had one strikeout in the loss, giving him 348 in his career as a Sound. He is four shy of tying Jamie Werly's all-time franchise record of 352.
The 2019 season is the 42nd in Nashville Sounds franchise history and first as the Triple-A affiliate of the Texas Rangers. Single-game tickets are available now by calling (615) 690-4487 or by visiting www.nashvillesounds.com.