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The Sounds continue their final road trip of the season tonight in Oklahoma City, resuming a suspended game from May 8 and playing the regularly-scheduled game after that. First pitch from downtown Bricktown is 5:05 CT, and I’ll have the broadcast for you starting at 4:50 on 97.5-FM, the TuneIn Radio app, the MiLB First Pitch app and NashvilleSounds.com (direct audio link HERE).

Below is an audio rewind from the home series against Omaha, including infielder Andy Ibanez on his recent offensive surge and his younger days in Cuba; first baseman Ronald Guzman on getting sent down by the Rangers, his flexibility and his Condor nickname; reliever and former outfielder James Jones on his transition to being a full-time pitcher; and catcher Tim Federowicz on his unique journey having played for six different Pacific Coast League teams.

August 18 – C Tim Federowicz

August 17 – LH James Jones

August 16 – 1B Ronald Guzman

August 15 – INF Andy Ibanez

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Jeff

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The Sounds are off today following their seven-game California road trip, and they’re back at it Thursday night with the start of a four-game series at First Tennessee Park against the Omaha Storm Chasers. The Sounds have only eight home games left in the season, and 20 total as they return home. First pitch Thursday night is 7:05 CT, and I’ll have the broadcast for you starting at 6:50 on 97.5-FM, the TuneIn Radio app, the MiLB First Pitch app and NashvilleSounds.com (direct audio link HERE).

Below is an audio rewind from the California trip, including Fresno manager and former Sound Randy Knorr on his ’00 Sounds time; left-hander Brock Burke on his Triple-A debut and unique story about where he was at the time Tampa Bay traded him to the Rangers this past December; left-hander Joe Palumbo on getting over his ankle injury and his eventful ’19 season; hitting coach Howard Johnson on the Sounds’ hot offense; infielder Patrick Wisdom on his home run streak and being named Pacific Coast League Player of the Week; and manager Jason Wood on the team’s successful road trip and his outlook for the rest of the season.

August 13 – Manager Jason Wood

August 12 – INF Patrick Wisdom

August 11 – Sounds hitting coach Howard Johnson

August 10 – LHP Joe Palumbo

August 9 – LHP Brock Burke

August 8 – Fresno manager & former Sound Randy Knorr

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Jeff

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The Sounds are off today following their seven-game homestand, and they’re back at it Wednesday night with a seven-game California road trip starting in Fresno against the Grizzlies (Nationals). The Sounds have only eight home games left in the season, and 27 total as they hit the road for this trip. First pitch Wednesday night from Fresno is 9:05 CT, and I’ll have the broadcast for you starting at 8:50 on 97.5-FM, the TuneIn Radio app, the MiLB First Pitch app and NashvilleSounds.com (direct audio link HERE).

Below is an audio rewind from the homestand, including El Paso manager and former Sound Edwin Rodriguez on his ’82 season that included some time with the Sounds; former Sound Dillon Overton on his season with El Paso and his memories of the ’16 Sounds; reliever Shane Carle on being acquired by Texas from Atlanta and facing several former Albuquerque teammates from his time with the Rockies; pitching Brian Shouse on Tim Dillard’s nine-inning complete game on Friday night; lefty Kolby Allard on his Sounds and Rangers organizational debut Saturday and the trade from Atlanta; and manager Jason Wood on the Scott Heineman call-up and the recent play from first baseman Ronald Guzman.

August 5 – Sounds manager Jason Wood

August 4 – LH Kolby Allard

August 3 – Sounds pitching coach Brian Shouse

August 2 – RH Shane Carle

August 1 – Former Sound Dillon Overton

July 31 – El Paso manager & former Sound Edwin Rodriguez

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Jeff

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The Sounds are off today after completing a three-game series in New Orleans yesterday. They’re back at it Tuesday night at First Tennessee Park with a seven-game homestand against El Paso (Padres) and Albuquerque (Rockies). It will complete their stretch of 17 out of 24 games being at home out of the all-star break, and will be followed by 19 of their final 27 games being on the road. First pitch Tuesday from the Music City is 7:05, and I’ll have the broadcast for you starting at 6:50 on 97.5-FM, the TuneIn Radio app, the MiLB First Pitch app and NashvilleSounds.com (direct audio link HERE).

Below is an audio rewind from the past several days, including Rangers assistant hitting coordinator and outfield instructor Dwayne Murphy on some of the Sounds’ hottest hitters; reliever Jake Petricka on his season and being acquired in June from Milwaukee; Rangers director of minor league operations Paul Kruger on the Rangers’ various options at the trade deadline and players like Scott Heineman and Patrick Wisdom learning new positions; outfielder Scott Heineman in his own words about learning first base and opposing his brother, Tyler, in New Orleans; and manager Jason Wood on the team’s recent play and big extra-inning win on Saturday night.

July 28 – MGR Jason Wood

July 27 – OF Scott Heineman

July 26 – Rangers director of minor league operations Paul Kruger

July 25 – RH Jake Petricka

July 24 – Rangers asst. hitting coordinator Dwayne Murphy

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Jeff

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The Sounds’ six-game, seven-day homestand continues Tuesday night, as they welcome the Oklahoma City Dodgers to town for a three-game series. The Sounds won two out of three against Iowa to start the homestand and are enjoying an off day today. First pitch Tuesday from First Tennessee Park is 7:05, and I’ll have the broadcast for you starting at 6:50 on 97.5-FM, the TuneIn Radio app, the MiLB First Pitch app and NashvilleSounds.com (direct audio link HERE).

Below is an audio rewind from the Iowa series, including Rangers minor league hitting coordinator Josue Perez on the Rangers’ hitting philosophy, and manager Jason Wood on the team’s offense, the addition of Nick Solak from the Texas-Tampa Bay trade, and the improvements from Matt Davidson the past couple months.

July 21 – Sounds manager Jason Wood

July 20 – Rangers minor league hitting coordinator Josue Perez

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Jeff

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The Sounds are back home tonight to start a six-game, seven-day homestand, continuing a stretch of 17 out of 24 games at home out of the all-star break. The 1st-place Iowa Cubs are in town for a three-game series, and then after an off day Monday, Oklahoma City comes to town Tuesday for three games. First pitch tonight from First Tennessee Park is 7:05, and I’ll have the broadcast for you starting at 6:50 on 97.5-FM, the TuneIn Radio app, the MiLB First Pitch app and NashvilleSounds.com (direct audio link HERE).

Below is an audio rewind from the series in San Antonio, including pitcher Tim Dillard on some of the managers he’s played for in his career; catcher Jose Trevino on his road back from a two-month quad injury; former Sounds manager Rick Sweet on his San Antonio team; and second baseman Nick Solak on being traded last weekend from Tampa Bay to Texas for Pete Fairbanks.

July – 2B Nick Solak

July 17 – Former Sounds Manager Rick Sweet

July 16 – C Jose Trevino

July 15 – RH Tim Dillard

 

 

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Jeff

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The Sounds are back on the road tonight as they open a four-game series at the San Antonio Missions (Brewers). It’s a quick trip, though, as the Sounds are playing 17 of 24 games at home out of the all-star break and are back home Friday for a six-game, seven-day homestand. First pitch tonight from The Alamo City is 7:05, and I’ll have the broadcast for you starting at 6:50 on 97.5-FM, the TuneIn Radio app, the MiLB First Pitch app and NashvilleSounds.com (direct audio link HERE).

Below is an audio rewind from the New Orleans series at home, including Rangers infield coordinator Kenny Holmberg on filling in as manager for Jason Wood; Tampa Bay Rays radio announcer Neil Solondz on the Rangers’ acquisition of second baseman Nick Solak from the Rays for Sounds reliever Pete Fairbanks; and third baseman Patrick Wisdom on his walk-off homer Saturday and his efforts to turn his season around. Enjoy!

July 14 – 3B Patrick Wisdom

July 13 – Rays radio announcer Neil Solondz

July 12 – Rangers infield coordinator Kenny Holmberg

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Jeff

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