The Nashville Sounds will honor and celebrate the Goodlettsville Little League U.S. Champions during Saturday's game against the Memphis Redbirds at Greer Stadium.
The All Stars will begin their afternoon by taking cuts and shagging fly balls during a batting practice session with the Sounds.
A tour of the Sounds' clubhouse and special meet-and-greet session will follow.
After enjoying dinner with their families at the ballpark, the All Stars will participate in a special pregame ceremony just prior to first pitch.
The team will be introduced to the crowd by position, along with the Sounds players as they take the field.
During the first pitch ceremony, every Goodlettsville All Star will simultaneously throw a first pitch to the 13 different Sounds players, followed by a special presentation to the Goodlettsville Little League.
Goodlettsville ballplayers will also sign autographs during a portion of the game and the Sounds will sport the U.S. Champions' black and teal Southeast Little League hats.
Nashville's News 2's Todd Dunn, Jamey Tucker and Lori Mitchell will also be on hand for Saturday's game, set for 6:35 p.m.
A Goodlettsville-themed postgame fireworks extravaganza will follow.
Businesses and individuals associated with Goodlettsville and the little league will receive half priced tickets by proof of residency or involvement in Goodlettsville Little League.
Vanderbilt University will also honor the All Stars during half time of Thursday's game verses South Carolina and on September 8, Goodlettsville will host a championship celebration for the team at Moss-Wright Park.
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