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After putting together two big offensive nights in a row, the Albuquerque Isotopes found themselves on the other end of a big offensive show Thursday night.
The Isotopes made their return to Albuquerque Thursday following a long, 12-game road trip. They played the Nashville Sounds and the Sounds made some noise at the plate, earning a big 14-1 win.
The Isotopes will host three more games with the Sounds on this quick, four-game homestand, including tonight’s game at Isotopes Park. Fan-favorite entertainer Myron Noodleman will be at the park for tonight’s contest, which is set for 7:05 p.m. unless air quality conditions in Albuquerque force a postponement.
Thursday’s loss cost the Isotopes (33-26) their half-game lead over the Round Rock Express (33-26) atop the PCL American Southern standings. Round Rock’s game Thursday at Iowa was postponed due to rain.
The Sounds (27-32) jumped out to a huge 6-0 lead after one inning and upped that advantage to 11-0 after three innings to put the Isotopes away early.
The Sounds pounded out 20 hits in the contest, chasing Isotopes starter Tim Redding off after just 2-2/3 innings pitched.
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