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Recent videos posted to AttheOldBallGame.com

June 4, 2009

Here are links to some of the recent videos I’ve posted.

https://i2.wp.com/i.ehow.com/images/GlobalPhoto/Articles/4709311/commonvr-main_Full.jpgJune 3rd – Chase Wright for Nashville takes victory in 3-0 shut-out of Iowa

  • Nashville got on the board first in the 1st inning with a one-out Escobar double (12)  followed by Adam Heether’s RBI single to left [WATCH].  1-0 Sounds.
  • The Sounds again plated a runner in the fifth, With one out Bourgeois walked. Bourgeois then stole (11) second base. Escobar then singled to left and Bourgeois advanced to 3rd. Heether then grounded out 1-3 but Bourgeois scored. [WATCH]
  • Nashville plated their last run in the 6th inning. Erick Almonte hit into a sac-fly double-play to right, scoring Koshansky. Iribarren was thrown out at 3B for the final out. [WATCH3-0 Sounds.

Newly promoted Chris Cody (Huntsville Double-A) warms up for the first-time at Greer Stadium. [WATCH]

Archived video added to April 25th game:  Sounds beat Iowa 6-3:

  • In the bottom of the fifth though, the Sounds scored three runs to take the lead 3-2. With one out pitcher Mike Burns lined a single to center. The hard-to-strike-out Tony Gwynn drew a walk. Alcides Escobar flew out to right, two outs. Mat Gamel came to the plate and Estrada would not give him anything to hit. Gamel walked. The bases were loaded with Brendan Katin at the plate. He cleared the bases with a double to the left-field line (3 RBIs). WATCH3-2 Sounds.
  • Iowa went scoreless in the top of the 7th but the Sounds found some life. Jason Bourgeois, who had come in to play left field in the 7th, hit a stand-up double to center to lead off the Sound’s 7th inning. Gwynn executed a flawless sacrifice bunt and Bourgeois went to third. Alcides Escobar came to the plate and knocked in his teammate from 3rd with a single to center. That RBI proved to be the game-winning one. But the fireworks were not over. Slugger Mat Gamel stepped to the plate against Waddell and blasted his 6th home run of the season, over the left field fence [WATCH].

Tug-of-War contest (June 2nd)  between two Sound’s team members is quite funny. WATCH

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