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  • Apr 15, 1960
    Charley Pride arrives in Missoula, Montana, for a tryout with the Timberjacks. He is subsequently added to the roster as a pitcher and outfielder
    Aug 1, 1960
    East Helena second baseman Charley Pride performs when the Smelterites play the Helena Cardinals in a minor-league baseball game at Smelterite Park in Montana
    Mar 11, 1977
    Tulsa Drillers owner Bill Rollings announces Roy Clark has acquired a large stake in the minor league team
    Aug 12, 1977
    Roy Clark shows up as a guest on "The Tonight Show" in a Tulsa Drillers baseball uniform, publicizing his recent purchase of the minor league team
    Sep 21, 1977
    Paying homage to its best-known industry, Nashville elects to call its minor league baseball team the Nashville Sounds. Among the club's owners: Conway Twitty, Jerry Reed and The Oak Ridge Boys' Richard Sterban
    Apr 26, 1978
    Nashville Sounds investor Conway Twitty throws out the first pitch at the new Greer Stadium. The minor-league baseball team wins its first home game against the Savannah Braves, 12-4
    Jun 6, 1980
    Don Everly sings the national anthem at Greer Stadium in Nashville, where the Sounds baseball team smashes the Chattanooga Lookouts, 14-0
    Jul 18, 1980
    The Oak Ridge Boys' Richard Sterban, a co-owner in the Nashville Sounds, attends at Greer Stadium as the minor-league baseball team drops the Orlando Twins, 2-1
    Feb 18, 1982
    An ownership group including Conway Twitty, Jerry Reed and The Oak Ridge Boys' Richard Sterban announces the purchase of the Salt Lake Gulls AAA baseball team
    Apr 15, 1982
    Loretta Lynn throws out the ceremonial first pitch before the Nashville Sounds baseball team's season home opener at Greer Stadium. The Sounds ground the Columbus Clippers, 6-4

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