Minor League Stadium Can Make Your Major League Dreams Come True

Have you ever dreamed of taking batting practice like a big leaguer? Now’s your chance! The Nashville Sounds(triple-a for the Texas Rangers) are offering a Willy Wonka experience for baseball fans.

Here we go:

  • A private one-hour long batting practice session on the field(time slots available from noon-7:00 PM, Monday-Friday)
  • Full guitar videoboard activation displaying names of each group member
  • A custom music playlist, curated to the genre of your choice
  • Access to Nashville Sounds home dugout
  • A Nashville Sounds staff member to operate the pitching machine and supply baseballs
  • A behind-the-scenes view of the Sounds indoor batting cages
  • 10% off voucher(per person) to the Nashville Sounds pro shop
  • $5 off voucher(per person) to Germantown’s Bar with a ballpark: Third and Home

EXPERIENCE PRICE: $35(per person)

ADD ONS:

  • 30-minute blocks of field time
  • Commemorative highlight video

Additional BP information:

Groups may range from six to 15 people at $35(per person) plus tax.

  • Must book in advance. Batting practice rentals outside the time listed above available upon request.
  • Participants must be 5 years or older.
  • Fans interested can make a reservation by completing the Batting Practice at First Horizon Park reservation in the link provided in the link above.

Even better news

There’s a bar! Germantown’s bar will be accessible during the entire experience. After all…alcohol is the only reason Top Golf entertains us, so imagine what buzzed baseball could do.

Written by Gary Sheffield, Jr

Gary Sheffield Jr is the son of should-be MLB Hall of Famer, Gary Sheffield. He covers basketball and baseball for OutKick.com, chats with the Purple and Gold faithful on LakersNation, and shitposts on Twitter. You can follow him at GarySheffieldJr

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  1. Thanks for article Jr. Nice to know minor league cities are trying make money and trying afloat with rona. Big fan of Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (see above quake fan). Miss minor league baseball and would rather drive 2 hours to Rancho rather than take two hours to get out of Dodger Stadium, even though it is a 15 minute drive from my house, 10-15 dollar tickets behind home place at minor league games. The Quakes are a single A affiliate of the Dodgers. Most members of the current major league team- if not all have played at Rancho, some rehabing injuries or paying dues in minorsbefore coming to big club. Thanks Shef Jr. for article knowing 2021 minor league baseball is not that far away.

  2. Thanks for article Jr. Nice to know minor league cities are trying make money and trying afloat with rona. Big fan of Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (see above quake fan). Miss minor league baseball and would rather drive 2 hours round trip Rancho rather than take two hours to get out of Dodger Stadium, even though it is a 15 minute drive from my house, 10-15 dollar tickets behind home place at minor league games. The Quakes are a single A affiliate of the Dodgers. Most members of the current major league team- if not all have played at Rancho, some rehabing injuries or paying dues in minorsbefore coming to big club. Thanks SheffJr. for article knowing 2021 minor league baseball is not that far away.

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