2015 Winter Meetings
2015 Baseball Winter Meetings heads back to Music City
From its honky-tonks and juke joints to the hallowed halls of its historic venues, Nashville is known the world over as Music City. As the state capital of Tennessee, this picturesque city offers its visitors sports, culinary arts, shopping, world-renowned attractions, visual arts and stunning outdoor beauty. One aspect of the city's past, especially relevant to baseball fans, is the history of Sulphur Dell. Built in 1870, Nashville's professional baseball teams called Sulphur Dell home for 94 years until the Nashville Vols (South Atlantic League) played their final game on Sept. 8, 1963. The site was demolished in 1969, and the area now houses the newly-constructed First Tennessee Park, home of the Pacific Coast League's Nashville Sounds. Visit Nashville and see a city steeped in a musical legacy and experience a generous helping of Southern charm and hospitality!
We invite you to Nashville and the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center for the Baseball Winter Meetings, the industry's largest gathering of its executives, Dec. 6-10, 2015. Minor League Baseball, Major League Baseball and their affiliated parties will gather at the 114th annual meetings for a week filled with seminars and league and organizational meetings. For five event-packed days, the host hotel will bring together front office personnel, trade show exhibitors and job seekers, all under one roof. Throughout the week, a number of notable events fill the agenda, including the Baseball Trade Show; the PBEO Job Fair, presented by DeVry University; the Banquet; the Bob Freitas Business Seminar & Workshop Series; the Awards Luncheon; and the Gala.
For the latest Baseball Winter Meetings information, including the schedule of events, visit www.BaseballWinterMeetings.com.