From the May 10, 1868 issue of the Nashville Union and Dispatch:
“Base Ball.– A match game was played between the Broadway Lightning and Trix, the former scoring 28 and the latter 9.”
If you’ll recall, in late May of that year the “Trix of North Nashville” and the “Trix of South Nashville” played each other for the rights to use that name. But it’s not clear to which club this account refers. This was probably a juvenile match.