Award-winning radio personality Bobby Bones has joined Music City Baseball, a group committed to bringing a Major League Baseball team to Nashville.
“I’m thrilled to join the initiative to bring Major League Baseball to Nashville,” says Bones. “Nashville is second to none in uniting sports and music, making it the perfect destination for a Major League team. I look forward to joining Music City Baseball’s efforts to honor the incredible history of the Nashville Stars, as well as pave the way for the future of MLB in Nashville.”
Bones joins the community advisory board alongside Justin Timberlake, Darius Rucker, Luke Combs and Eddie George.
“Bobby is going to play a critical role in helping us generate excitement surrounding bringing a team here. His energy and enthusiasm around the cause is unmatched and we are thrilled to have him join our leadership team,” says John Loar, managing director of Music City Baseball.
MCB is committed to privately financing the ballpark and bringing a MLB franchise to Nashville built on equity, inclusion and diversity. To honor the Negro League teams that played in Nashville early in the last century, MCB is honored to resurrect the ‘Nashville Stars’ moniker for the prospective franchise.
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