Chat: The Baseball Project's Steve Wynn

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Vivian Johnson Wynn (second from left) also wrote the closing song for the move "Fever Pitch."

Welcome to SportsNation! On Tuesday, veteran musician and member of The Baseball Project, Steve Wynn, will stop by to chat about his band's upcoming season-long project in which they will release a new baseball-themed song each month that will be found exclusively in ESPN.com's Life section.

Wynn, along with Peter Buck (R.E.M.), Scott McCaughey (Young Fresh Fellows, The Minus 5, R.E.M.) and Linda Pitmon (Miracle 3, Golden Smog) formed The Baseball Project in 2007 after a chance meeting at the pre-Hall of Fame induction party for R.E.M. The group's baseball discussion lasted long into the night and the days following and eventually culminated in "Frozen Ropes & Dying Quails," a collection of 13 songs about such baseball legends as Satchel Paige, Ted Williams and Willie Mays.

Riding the success of "Frozen Ropes" and to fulfill a desire to chronicle the 2010 season in musical form, the band recently announced they will be releasing a new song each month during the season. The first installment is titled "All Future And No Past" and focuses on the eternal hope each team has during Spring Training. April will feature a song about the Chicago Cubs.

Wynn will be here on Tuesday at 2 p.m. ET but start sending your questions now!

Click here to listen to and download "All Future And No Past."

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