That makes sense Nashville could be a good fitThe Marlins allegedly signed a 35-year agreement that prevents them from relocating when they built the new stadium.
The Braves/Cardinals/Reds are all similar distance from Nashville. None really have any say so in the matter. MLB has already given the Rays permission to explore other options. The Rays lease of Tropicana Field runs out in 2027 and they're already flirting with Nashville.
Who's gonna pay for the stadium?
Until there's an actual Billionaire in that group, it's just wishful thinking. And the site depicted in that article is highly unlikely.Nashville MLB team: Stars supporters release stadium renderings (tennessean.com)
"The group says it will not seek public money to fund stadium construction or development around the stadium, but has said it wants to explore building on city-owned property (such as that near Nissan Stadium pictured in the renderings) in partnership with the city."