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2005 Farm System Roadmap

on 04/02/2005


Welcome to the guide to the farm system for 2005. Gone are Indy, Beloit and High Desert. In are Nashville, Brevard County and West Virginia. Below you will find links to the respective team web pages as well as some vital information for quick reference.

Nashville Sounds (AAA)

Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Stadium: Herschel Greer Stadium (10,700 seat capacity) built in 1978
Dimensions: LF: 327, CF: 400, RF: 327
Coaching Staff:
  • Manager: Frank Kremblas
  • Hitting Coach: Gary Pettis
  • Pitching Coach: Stan Kyles
  • Trainer: Jeff Paxson
Home online audio: Yes
Road online audio available: Albuquerque, Colorado Springs, Iowa, Memphis, New Orleans, Oklahoma, Omaha, Portland, Round Rock, Salt Lake, Tacoma

2005 marks the first season between the affiliation between the Nashville Sounds and the Milwaukee Brewers. This should be an exciting year for Nashville as some of the Brewers top prospects should take the field for the Sounds this season, headlined by Prince Fielder and Rickie Weeks. Luckily for Brewer fans who wish to tune in and follow the Sounds, online audio options abound. The Sounds do provide home audio and nearly every road game will be broadcast as well. With the corners standing a mere 327 feet down the lines, perhaps a bit of offense can be displayed in Nashville this summer.

Huntsville Stars (AA)

Location: Huntsville, Alabama
Stadium: Joe W. Davis Stadium (10,200 seat capacity)
Dimensions: LF: 345, CF: 405, RF: 330
Coaching Staff:
  • Manager: Don Money
  • Hitting Coach: Sandy Guerrero
  • Pitching Coach: Rich Saveur
  • Trainer: David Yeager
Home online audio: Yes
Road online audio available: Carolina, Chattanooga, Jacksonville, Mississippi, Mobile, Montgomery, Tennessee

The Brewers return to Huntsville for the seventh year in what is turning out to be a very nice affiliation and currently the longest tenured in the Milwaukee farm system. The Southern League is generally known as a pitcher


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