Sounds Shut Out by Jacksonville in Series Opener


Jacksonville, Fla. – The Nashville Sounds (38-38, 0-1) came out flat in their second-half debut, falling 2-0 to the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp (36-40, 1-0) on Tuesday night at 121 Financial Ballpark. The Sounds’ bats were as quiet as a mouse, failing to plate a single run in the contest.

Southpaw DL Hall (2.2 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 1 BB) continued his rehab dominance, tossing his third straight scoreless outing. The lefty has been lights out since joining Nashville on June 13, boasting a stingy 2.70 ERA (6.2 IP/2 ER) with seven hits and five walks. Hall’s been warming up the bullpen since landing on Milwaukee’s injured list on April 21 with a left knee sprain.

Garrett Mitchell (1-for-4, K) kept his rehab rolling, now hitting a solid .270 (10-for-37) with an .898 OPS in nine games. The outfielder’s been itching to get back in the Brewers’ lineup since hitting the IL on March 25.

The fireworks came early for Joey Wiemer, who got tossed by home plate umpire Tyler Jones after a heated dugout dispute in the sixth. Wiemer’s ejection marks the first for a Sounds player this season, following skipper Rick Sweet’s early exit last Friday against Durham.

The Nashville Sounds, proud Triple-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers, are ready to rock First Horizon Park for the rest of 2024. Grab your single-game tickets or go all-in with a season ticket membership! Give us a ring at 615-690-4487 or shoot an email to [email protected] to join the fun.

Source: Sounds
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