Caleb Boushley helps Nashville Sounds end Columbus Clippers winning streak

Huntington Park in downtown Columbus is home to the Clippers.
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Monday's game: Sounds 5, Clippers 2

Recap: Caleb Boushley pitched six shutout innings and Abraham Almonte drove in four runs as Nashville defeated Columbus 5-2 to halt the Clippers five-game winning streak. Boushley scattered five hits, walked three and struck out four while Almonte hit a two-run single in the sixth and hit a two-run homer in the eighth. Bobby Bradley scored on a wild pitch and Bo Naylor had an RBI single for the Clippers, who left 11 runners on base and batted 1 for 10 with runners in scoring position.

Attendance: 9,116

Of Note: Konnor Pilkington was called up to Cleveland for a spot start in Game 2 of the Guardians' doubleheader, a 5-3 loss to Detroit. He allowed three runs (one earned) on four hits and two walks with two strikeouts in four innings and did not factor into the decision.

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Standings

Next game: 7:05 p.m. Wednesday vs. Nashville at Huntington Park

Radio: 95.1 FM, 920 AM

Ticket info: Call 614-462-5250 or log on to clippersbaseball.com

This article originally appeared on The Columbus Dispatch: Nashville Sounds end Clippers winning streak