Tonight’s interview is with Sounds outfielder Caleb Gindl, who discusses his recent hitting surge (.375 in last 11 games), the team’s recent surge in the W column, his season so far, including his early-year struggles, and his fishing plans and strategies for the upcoming all-star break.
With the exception of all-star reliever Jim Henderson, the Sounds after tonight are off until Thursday night when they take on Albuquerque at 7:05 at Greer Stadium. A reminder that the Triple-A All-Star Game from Buffalo, New York, will air live on the Sounds’ radio flagship, 102.5 The Game, on Wednesday night at 6 p.m. CT. Either way, our broadcast coverage of Sounds baseball continues Thursday night at 6:50 on those same airwaves. Chat with you then!
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