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    Spring time in Atlanta may mean flowers are blooming and birds are singing, but sports fans will tell you spring means baseball, and not just any baseball- Braves baseball. As one of the most popular MLB teams in the country, the Atlanta Braves have a huge following not just in Atlanta, but across the U.S. Need another reason to catch a game at Turner Field? We’ve got five:

    Five Reasons to Catch a Braves Game:

    1. The Braves play at Turner Field, better known as The Ted, and the experience at our ballpark is extraordinary. With views of the Downtown Atlanta skyline and its Olympic legacy (Turner Field was originally built to host the 1996 Olympic Games track & field events), Turner Field is a one-of-a-kind park.
    2. You can tailgate in the lot. Bring your cornhole boards, mini grills and Sweetwater and gather with your friends for pre-game festivities at Turner Field. Odds are, you’ll make even more friends in the process.
    3. More than just catching the game, you can take a tour of Turner Field. Tours begin in the Braves Museum & Hall of Fame and are offered year-round. On the tour, you’ll see the broadcast booth, press both, luxury suites, dugout and even the clubhouse (offered only when the team is out of town).
    4. Come to a game on Sunday and you can get autographs from your favorite Braves alumni.
    5. Baseball is America’s pastime. No need for any other reason, except celebrating our country’s favorite sport!   

    Insider Tips:
    • Come hungry. Some of Atlanta’s favorite culinary institutions have stands at Turner Field. Waffle House? Yep. Holeman & Finch burgers? You got it. Kevin Rathbun’s steak sandwich? You bet.
    • Avoid traffic by taking MARTA. The rail might not run directly to the stadium, but a Braves shuttle runs from the Underground Atlanta station straight to the ballpark’s entrance. $5.50 gets you there and back!
    • After Sunday home games, kids can run the bases. Take your little one for a memorable day at the park!
    • No kids? That’s ok, too. One game every season goes to the dogs as the Atlanta Braves host “Bark in the Park,” a chance for your favorite four-legged friend to attend a game!

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