NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Junior was in Nashville and joined a team of volunteers from Habitat for Humanity.
On Thursday, Ripken spent the day with a paint brush in hand helping paint, repair, and landscape a home along Eastmoreland Street.
Ripken took part in the Brush for Kindness Habitat for Humanity project, which helps improve the exterior damage by replacing window ceiling, siding, and painting. The baseball star is also known as the Energizer Bunny of baseball and teamed with Energizer to bring even more volunteers to help with the home revitalization.
Ripken said he's on a 13 city tour hoping to make a difference.
"We're making a big difference in each community sometimes we build a couple of new houses, sometimes we fix a house that's already existing. It's been a wonderful day did a lot of work, made a lot of gains," said Ripken.
In addition to the home improvement project volunteers also handed out free Energizer Home Power Kits to nearby neighbors.