Herschel Greer Stadium

Nashville, Tennessee

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Team: Nashville Sounds
Affiliate: Oakland Athletics
Seating Capacity: 10,700
Dimensions: LF 327
CF 400
  RF 327
Year Opened: 1978
Former Notable Players: Ryan Braun, Rob Dibble, Ray Durham, Prince Fielder, Don Mattingly, Willie McGee, and Magglio Ordonez.
Notes: Located at the base of a hilltop Civil War fort, the stadium was built to lure professional baseball back to the Music City fifteen years after the fabled Nashville Volunteers faded from the local scene. It one of few contemporary ball parks that has played host to two professional teams at the same time, as Triple A Sounds and the Double A Xpress shared the field for two seasons. The stadium was named for local banker, Herschel Greer. who had also served as president of the Vols. At one time the team management briefly tried to sell the stadium's naming rights via an online auction.
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