NASHVILLE, Tenn. Rubber boots encased with dried mud sit in the corner of Brad Tammens office at Herschel Greer Stadium.
On the back of the door hangs a bright yellow rain jacket, underneath yet another jacket for when the unpredictable spring weather around these parts hits a cold spell.
I bought that rain jacket a few weeks ago, the Nashville Sounds vice president and general manager said with a chuckle. It already has come in handy.
One moment he could be working on details for a possible new stadium for the Sounds; the next, he might be down on the field wielding a rake while helping get the field ready for that nights game. Or, he could be pounding the pavement around Music City in attempts to attract fans to the 71-home game schedule at the venerable baseball park.
So it goes for Tammen, who wears many hats while running the Triple-A minor-league affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers in the Pacific Coast League. A veteran of two-plus decades in various minor-league manageri...