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Nashville Sounds win 8-4 scorcher on the strength of Katin’s bat

May 31, 2009
sounds 001 by you.

Tim Dillard (7-2) earned his league-leading (share) seventh game today.

4,050 fans endured the heat today at historic Greer Stadium in Nashville to see ace Tim Dillard earn his seventh victory of the year, and to see Brendan Katin’s bat scorch the ball with virtually every swing. Nashville (28-24) defeated Omaha (23-28) by a score of 8-4.

Katin was 3 for 4 today, with two home runs (10) and five RBIs. He went 5 for 13 for the series, four home runs, eight RBIs and 5 runs.

Nashville’s Tim Dillard (7-2) earned the victory. He has the best record in the PCL. Dillard worked 7 innings, yielded 6 hits, 4 runs (all earned) and gave up three home runs. Both teams hit a combined six home runs today. Phillips (2-5), Omaha’s starter, was pegged with his fifth loss.

Game summary

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Brendan Katin rounds third after slamming a two-run shot in the first inning today.

Nashville broke into the lead early today with a two-run first. Brandin Katin hit a two-run blast (9) over left field with Heether on board.  2-0 Sounds.

Omaha got on the board in the fourth win a solo-shot by Thorman (6). 2-1 Sounds. Mario Lisson’s two-run round-tripper (1) in the fifth made it 3-2 Royals.

Struggling Cole Gillespie’s 2-run fifth inning homer (2) gave the Sounds a 4-3 advantage.

Scott Thorman’s solo shot (7) – his second of the game – led-off the sixth and tied the game, 4-4Nashville came right back though, in the bottom of the sixth, with another blast by Katin, this time a 2-run blast over right field with Escobar aboard for the ride. It would prove to be the game-winning shot.  6-4 Sounds.

Katin hit a one-out RBI single (his 5th RBI) scoring Escobar in the eighth [see photos of swing]  and Koshansky’s single scored Heether to make the final score 8-4.

May 31, 2009 2:00 PM CT
Final 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Omaha 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 4 9 0
Nashville 2 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 X 8 9 0
W: Tim Dillard (7-2); L: Heath Phillips (2-5)
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Katin slammed four home runs in two days this weekend against Omaha.

See all the photos in today’s photo gallery

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