Randy Rogers To Serve As Master Of Ceremonies For Baseball Stadium Grand Opening
The hard touring Randy Rogers Band will be taking a weekend off the road as their front man is set to return to his hometown of Cleburne, TX on May 28. Rogers will be serving as the master of ceremonies for the grand opening of the new baseball stadium, The Depot at Cleburne Station.
The new ballpark will serve as the new home to the independent professional baseball team the Cleburne Railroaders.
That Sunday Rogers will participate in the unveiling of The Depot at Cleburne Station. He also plans to be hang out, sign autographs and take photos with fans the entire day.
"I'm excited about the positive impact the new stadium and the Railroaders will have in our community," says Rogers. "Let's play ball!"
Rogers has previously thrown the first pitch at both a Texas Rangers game, and a Cubs game at Wrigley Field.
If you hadn't heard, the Randy Rogers and his wife are expecting another daughter in May. Last week he revealed two names they're leaning toward giving her.
Their latest album, Nothing Shines Like Neon, has already landed three No.1s in Texas. The six-piece will release its fourth single off the Billboard Top 5 soon.