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Tonight it’s Game 3 for the Sounds in a four-game set against the Memphis Redbirds. First pitch on 102.5 The Game is at 7:05 with pregame at 6:50. It’s Hiram Burgos facing off against Scott McGregor.

Tonight’s interview is with Rick Tomlin, the minor league pitching coordinator for the Sounds’ parent-club Milwaukee Brewers. Tomlin discusses the Sounds’ impressive starting rotation — Johnny Hellweg, Jimmy Nelson, Hiram Burgos, Mike Fiers and Ariel Pena.

Brewers pitching coordinator Rick Tomlin, shown at left during his time in the same role with the Mets

Brewers pitching coordinator Rick Tomlin, shown at left during his time in the same role with the Mets

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Today it’s a quick turnaround for the Sounds and Redbirds, as they take the field for an 11:05 a.m. first pitch in Game 2 of the four-game set. Jimmy Nelson is set to square off against Tyler Lyons, and our pregame coverage on 102.5 The Game starts at 10:50.

The interview on today’s pregame show is Part 2 of a two-part conversation with Dan O’Brien, the former Reds GM who is a special assistant to GM Doug Melvin for the Sounds’ parent-club Milwaukee Brewers.

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After getting rained out against Omaha on Monday, the Sounds continue their homestand by welcoming the Memphis Redbirds to town for a four-game set. First pitch on 102.5 The Game is set for 7:05, and pregame starts at 6:50.

Tonight’s interview is Part 1 of a two-part chat with Dan O’Brien, a special assistant to GM Doug Melvin for the Sounds’ parent-club Milwaukee Brewers. In Part 1, we discuss the Brewers’ start, the Sounds’ start and the depth in the organization that led to certain decisions with both clubs’ rosters to start the year.

Dan O’Brien from Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Operations

Dan O’Brien from Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Operations

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Jeff

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The Sounds are trying take the series tonight against Omaha, vying for a three-game win streak and their first winning series of the season (1 split, 1 loss). First pitch on 102.5 The Game is at 7:05, and pregame coverage starts at 6:50. In addition to your radio, you can listen to the broadcast via the iGoRadio and TuneIn Radio apps.

It’s a Monday, which means our weekly Monday with the Manager conversation with Sounds skipper Rick Sweet. He discusses the team’s series so far, having to play Omaha 12 times out of the first 20 games of the season and the importance of working in off days for players even when they’re playing well.

Photo courtesy Mike Strasinger / Nashville Sounds

Photo courtesy Mike Strasinger / Nashville Sounds

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Jeff

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Today it’s afternoon baseball in Nashville as the Sounds play Game 3 of their four-game set against Omaha. For the rest of the season, except for two dates later in the summer, all Sounds games are scheduled to air on the flagship, 102.5 The Game. Today’s game starts at 2:05 p.m. with Mike Fiers facing P.J. Walters.

Today’s interview is with Sounds second baseman Pete Orr, a 34-year-old veteran who’s played over 400 games in the big leagues with the Braves, Nationals and Phillies. He’s also played in over 1,000 minor league games, a ton of which have been at Triple-A. He nailed an RBI triple last night, made a great play on defense late in the game and also hit what would have been a tape measure home run to right if not for a stiff wind blowing in from that direction. He discusses his game last night, his season so far, coming to the Brewers as a minor league free agent and some of the keys to being successful at Triple-A.

Photo courtesy Mike Strasinger / Nashville Sounds

Photo courtesy Mike Strasinger / Nashville Sounds

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The Sounds continue their four-game set against Omaha tonight in Nashville, as they try to even the set and snap a three-game losing streak. First pitch is at 6:35 p.m. with pregame at 6:20. The broadcast airs on 94.9 Game 2, as the Predators are playing hockey tonight on the Sounds’ flagship, 102.5 The Game. You can also listen via the iGoRadio and TuneIn Radio apps.

Tonight’s interview is with Sounds outfielder Caleb Gindl, who discusses his home run and two-hit performance from Friday, his start to the season, trying to use not making the Brewers roster out of spring training as a positive and playing for Sounds manager Rick Sweet in winter ball in 2011 when Sweet was with the Reds organization.


Photo courtesy Mike Strasinger / Nashville Sounds

Photo courtesy Mike Strasinger / Nashville Sounds

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Jeff

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Baseball is back at Greer tonight! It’s the 37th and final Greer Stadium home opener, and the Sounds take on Omaha. First pitch at 7:05, and pregame starts at 6:50 on 102.5 The Game.

Tonight’s interview is with Sounds utility man Eugenio Velez, who discusses his hot start (.524, 2 HRs, 6 RBIs) to the season, his role on the team, the importance of playing winter ball in his native Dominican Republic, and his new teammates, Irving Falu and Elian Herrera, who play a similar style and role for the Sounds.

Photo courtesy Mike Strasinger / Nashville Sounds

Photo courtesy Mike Strasinger / Nashville Sounds

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Jeff

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