Left-hander Chris Capuano twirled eight innings of scoreless, three-hit ball to lead the Nashville
Capuano (1-0) was outstanding in his first start at the Triple-A level this season after three outings in the Advanced-A Florida State
Left-hander Zach Braddock closed out the win with a scoreless ninth for the Sounds, striking out the side around a two-out Brad Nelson single.
The win was the third
Nashville upped its advantage to 4-0 in the third against Seddon. Ray Olmedo (2-for-5) reached on a one-out bunt single and moved to second on a Johnny Raburn single. The runners executed a double steal and Olmedo trotted to the plate in unearned fashion when Rainiers catcher Josh
Oeltjen pushed the Nashville lead to 6-0 in the sixth when he swatted an opposite-field, two-run homer to left. The roundtripper, which chased Seddon, was the outfielder's third of the year and first at home. Erick Almonte opened the frame with a walk and also scored on the blast.
The Sounds wrapped up the evening's scoring in the seventh with a pair of runs off Tacoma reliever Yusmeiro Petit. Koshansky and Almonte each contributed an RBI single in the frame.
Seddon (3-1) took his first loss of the year for Tacoma after surrendering six runs (four earned) on six hits over five-plus frames of work.
The teams wrap up their four-game series with a 7:05 p.m. finale on Friday night at Greer. Right-hander Marco Estrada (1-2, 3.55) will make the start for the Sounds to face Tacoma right-hander David Pauley (0-3, 3.41).