Are you ready to dive into the fascinating world of baseball history and heritage?
In this episode, we sit down with Scott Guymon, the owner of the Fulton Railroaders, as he explores the intersection of baseball, legacy and culture.
The Fulton Railroaders is a small-town league that invites players from across the country to play a 40-game schedule during the summer, all with a wooden bat. Guymon outlines the important role that baseball has played in shaping our West Tennessee communities and the history of the Fulton Railroaders. He takes us on a journey through the history of baseball as he shares his deep knowledge of the game and his experience running a successful minor league team.
This episode is sponsored by Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge.