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Nashville Sounds release schedule for 2010 season

The Nashville Sounds recently released their schedule for the 2010 season. They begin their 33rd season and will host 72 games at Greer Stadium.

They begin the season with an eight-game road trip which starts on April 8th in Des Moines, Iowa, where they face rival Iowa Cubs.

After the eight-game stretch, the Sounds will take home-field advantage on April 16th against Iowa. This will start an eight-game homestand.

The Sounds schedule includes ten homestands, eight day games, and 34 weekend games (Sat.-Sun.). The only difference in the scheduling this season is that every game will start at five minutes after the hour or half-hour. It still offers great competition and wonderful family fun at the stadium.

Individual ticket prices are $14 for reserved seating and $10 for general admission. Season tickets are going for $600 a seat which is only $8.33 a game, a savings of $5.67 per game. To order season tickets visit the Sounds official website or call the box office at 615-690-HITS (4487).

The Sounds are going into their 13th season in the Pacific Coast League. This is also their sixth season as a Milwaukee Brewers’ affiliate.

Come out and join the fans to support the Sounds and to enjoy some family fun at Greer Stadium for the upcoming 2010 season.




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