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2019 Exhibition Game


Join Us For The First MLB Exhibition Game in Nashville Since 1999

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Note: The Texas Rangers will be in the 3rd base side dugout and the Nashville Sounds, the designated home team, will reside in the 1st base side dugout.

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*While supplies last.

Note: The Texas Rangers will be in the 3rd base side dugout and the Nashville Sounds, the designated home team, will reside in the 1st base side dugout.

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Additional Exhibition Game Information

Don't Miss Out On Nashville's First MLB Exhibition Game Since 1999

The Nashville Sounds, in conjunction with the Texas Rangers, are set to play a spring training exhibition game at First Tennessee Park on Sunday, March 24 at 1:05 p.m. The Texas Rangers play from the the 3rd base side dugout and the Nashville Sounds, the designated home team, will reside in the 1st base side dugout.

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The teams are set to play a spring training exhibition game at First Tennessee Park on Sunday, March 24 at 1:05 p.m.

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A Major League Baseball exhibition game has not been played in Nashville since June 3, 1999 when the Sounds hosted the Pittsburgh Pirates at Greer Stadium. 

Former 2008 Sounds player Chris Woodward was named as the Texas Rangers manager over the offseason and will be back in Nashville on March 24 to lead his new club from the dugout of First Tennessee Park.

The Rangers' spring training home is in Surprise, Ariz. Pitchers and catchers report on February 13 with the first full-squad workout scheduled for February 18. Texas begins their 2019 regular season against the Chicago Cubs on March 28 at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas. 

The Sounds and Rangers announced a four-year Player Development Contract in a press conference at First Tennessee Park on September 20. The Rangers' presence in Nashville continued in November during the Sounds' "Remastered" release event when team executives, Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez and current players were on hand to support Nashville's rebrand. 

The 42nd season of Nashville Sounds baseball begins on Thursday, April 4 when the Nashville Sounds host the Iowa Cubs at First Tennessee Park.