Rounding Third, the official Podcast of the Nashville Sounds, takes you behind the scenes with those who make Nashville Sounds baseball happen…on the field and off the field. Join Sounds broadcaster Jeff Hem for conversations with Sounds players, managers, coaches and front office staff. Subscribe to the Podcast today and take the Sounds with you on the go. Thanks for joining us on "Round Third!"
September 24 - Rick Sweet
Sounds manager Rick Sweet joins Jeff Hem on the pregame show to talk about the team's finish to the year, the first week at Triple-A for phenom Jackson Chourio, the team awards that were given out the night before, and Sweet's 320th win as Sounds manager the night before, which tied the franchise's managerial wins total with one game left in the year.
September 22 - Garrett Mitchell
Rehabbing Brewers outfielder Garrett Mitchell joins Jeff Hem on the pregame show to discuss his rehab assignment so far, his long road back from an early-season shoulder injury and surgery, and getting to play in the big leagues with so many close friends and recent Sounds teammates.
September 21 - Joey Wiemer
Sounds outfielder Joey Wiemer joins Jeff Hem on the pregame show to discuss his game the night before that included robbing a homer and hitting a homer, his first season in the big leagues and how he's trying to approach coming back down to the Sounds.
September 20 - Jackson Chourio
Sounds outfielder Jackson Chourio joins Jeff Hem on the pregame show to discuss his late-season promotion to Triple-A, what he liked about his season at Double-A Biloxi and his interests off the field.
September 17 - Rick Sweet
Sounds manager Rick Sweet joins Jeff Hem on the pregame show to discuss the team's winning series in Charlotte, the first couple days of outfielder Garrett Mitchell's Brewers rehab assignment, and the recent play of Tyler Black and Chris Roller.
September 16 - Tyler Black
Sounds infielder Tyler Black joins Jeff Hem on the pregame show to talk about his and Chris Roller's huge game on offense and defense the night before, his first month at Triple-A and his pals at Double-A Biloxi who were making a playoff push.