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Nashville Sounds Game Information: Memphis Redbirds (83-56) at Nashville Sounds (71-68)

September 3, 2018 - Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Nashville Sounds News Release

Game #140: Memphis Redbirds (83-56) at Nashville Sounds (71-68)

Pitching Matchup: RHP Chris Ellis (6-4, 3.86) vs. RHP Sam Bragg (0-0. 0.00)

First Pitch: 12:05 CST

Radio: ALT 97.5 FM


At the Park

Gates open at 11:00 a.m.

$1 Hot Dog Day presented by Eisenberg. Limit five hot dogs per transaction.

Celebrate Labor Day Weekend with an all-you-can-eat cookout on the Club Level at First Tennessee Park. The cookout includes a Club Level ticket, all-you-can-eat picnic, Budweiser and Bud Light draft beer, soda, water, tea and a pair of Sounds sunglasses. Prices start at $55.

Kroger Plus Monday - Buy a "Family 4-Pack" that includes 4 Select section tickets, 4 hot dogs & 4 fountain sodas for $44 when fans show their Kroger Plus card at the Sounds Ticket Office.

From the Notes

The Finale: Today's contest in the final game of the year for the Sounds. Nashville has won four consecutive regular season finales with wins over New Orleans (2017), Omaha (2015), Round Rock (2014) and Iowa (2013). The regular season finale in 2016 due to rain in New Orleans. The last time the Sounds lost on the final day of the regular season was a 2-1 setback to Memphis in 2012.

Powell's 10-Game Streak: Outfielder Boog Powell is the latest Sound to put together a 10-game hitting streak. Powell's 10-game streak represents the 10th separate 10+ game hitting streak by a Sounds player in 2018. He joins Ramon Laureano, Nick Martini and Sheldon Neuse who have each had two 10+ game hitting streaks, and BJ Boyd, Dustin Fowler and Anthony Garcia who have each had a 10+ game hitting streak this year.

Jorge's League-Leading 16 Triples: Shortstop Jorge Mateo has 16 triples this year, setting a single-season Sounds triples record. The last time a Sounds player led their respective league in triples was when Rich Thompson had 13 in 2004.

Attendance Chase: Last night's sellout crowd of 11,692 was the largest of the season at First Tennessee Park. It was the 20th sellout of the year and 75th all-time. With 595,353 fans this year, the Sounds have set a First Tennessee Park single-season attendance record.

What's the word around Nashville?

Nashville Tennessee (@NashvilleTenn)

Today at NOON is the season finale for our @NashvilleSounds! It's the perfect day for it and you can get $1! Tix

Jared Plushnick (@JaredP_WKRN)

Are you heading to the @nashvillesounds final game of the season today? I'll be there too. Expect it to be red hot!!! #CrankItRed

ALT Nashville 97.5 (@AltNashville)

Need something to do today?! We've got the perfect thing! Check out the last game for our @nashvillesounds of the season!

Doug Scopel (@DougScopel)

Another great year at @FirstTNPark this season. Thanks to all our great @nashvillesounds fans for the support!

Justin Chambers (@jctvweather)

Happy Labor Day! A warm one, but staying storm free for the last day of baseball @FirstTNPark @nashvillesounds Oh yeah, dollar dogs today. Whoo hoo! @FOXNashville

Adam Nuse (@AdamNuse)

Best staff in sports just breaking records for the @nashvillesounds.

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