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Schwindel's 4 Hits Not Enough in 11-5 Loss

Sounds shortstop Yairo Munoz smashed three hits, which included a longball, and drove in five runs, right fielder Mark Canha continued his solid series with three hits and three runs scored and Omaha designated hitter Frank Schwindel tallied four knocks in Nashville’s 11-5 victory over the Storm Chasers on Saturday evening at Werner Park.

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