Texas Rangers Name Spring Training Field After Country Music Legend Charley Pride
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
The Texas Rangers are paying tribute to legendary country singer Charley Pride, who owned part of the team, by naming a baseball field after him...

The Rangers announced the decision Sunday ... unveiling "Charley Pride Field" at the official Rangers spring training complex in Surprise, Arizona.

“Introducing Charley Pride Field! You are greatly missed,” the team said in a statement.

Pride -- a Country Music Hall of Fame inductee and 3x Grammy award winner who was nominated 13 times -- died December 12, 2020 from complications related to COVID-19 at the age of 86.

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"Who owned part of the team." Which part, the locker room? The pitchers? He was part owner. Nice gesture by the Rangers. At least they can be proud of something in Arlington, because it's damn sure not the baseball team.
Reply10 months
Burgers and fries and poontang pie it was simple and good back then.
Reply10 months
Rangers getting woke.
Reply10 months
Pride played minor league ball and used to work out with the Rangers in spring training.
10 months
Charley Pride was a true baw
Reply10 months
The Pride! My mother's favorite singer... and one of mine too.
Reply10 months
Amen! A damn sight better than these wanna be clowns like Luke Bryan and Kane Brown.
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