Part of the problem with having a hometown team with such a punnable name is that it gives you ample opportunity to create groan-worthy headlines, even though you know you shouldn't.
Anyway, in case you missed it, last night there was only one thing happening in the sports world. And at the end of baseball's home run derby, two (and a half) men with previous ties to Nashville competed for the top prize of Guy Who'll Inevitably Ruin His Swing for the Second Half of the Year.
The eventual winner, Milwaukee Brewers first basemen Prince Fielder, played in 103 games for Nashville back in 2005. The man he beat, Texas Rangers right fielder Nelson Cruz, was Fielder's teammate that year and stuck around with the Sounds for part of the '06 season as well.
Because Major League Baseball is a big, powerful monopoly with control over who watches its product, we can only offer you this link to last night's contest. But the lack of moving pictures does give us the chance to feature the gem above, a Channel 2 sportscast of the Sounds celebrating in a Schlitz-soaked locker room after winning the 1979 Southern League title.
Thanks to YouTube, we can now relive a day when sportscasters actually had to read off of a sheet of paper and the Sounds finished first despite hitting the pitcher against teams that used the DH. Seriously, this video deserves a lot more than 493 views.