INDIANAPOLIS – The Nashville Sounds (60-52, 20-18) couldn’t get going offensively, picking up just one hit in a 4-0 loss to the Indianapolis Indians (52-60, 19-19) on Sunday afternoon at Victory Field. It is the team’s fourth shutout loss of the campaign.
After tomorrows off day, the Sounds return to Nashville on Tuesday to kick off a six-game set against the scuffling Charlotte Knights, Triple-A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox. Starters for the series opener are yet to be determined. The first pitch for Tuesday’s contest is scheduled for 6:35 p.m. CDT from First Horizon Park.
- Keston Hiura’s single extended his on-base streak to 12 games. During the span, Hiura’s hitting .319 (15-for-47) with three doubles, two homers, 14 RBI and a .896 OPS.
- With two strikeouts today, Caleb Boushley is just one shy of 500 punchouts in his professional baseball career. The reliable right-hander has appeared in 147 games over parts of six pro seasons. Boushley has fanned 177 hitters over his last two campaigns with Nashville.
- It was Nashville’s second game this season with just one hit, the first coming on May 17 at Durham. Since 2014, these two contests have been the only games where Nashville’s lone hit was a single.
- Rehabbing Milwaukee first baseman Rowdy Tellez went 0-for-4 from the leadoff spot tonight, working a 10-pitch at-bat to lead off the game. Tellez has been on Milwaukee’s 10-day injured list since July 5 with right forearm inflammation and a left ring finger injury.
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