Friday, March 27, 2009

Atlanta Braves' FREE Open House set for this Saturday, March 28

The Atlanta Braves will host a free Open House for fans this Saturday, March 28 from 12 - 4 PM. The Turner Field gates will open at noon, and fans can watch the Braves take on the New York Yankees live from Spring Training on the World's largest high definition video board at 1:05 p.m., courtesy of SportSouth. Plenty of free activities including alumni autograph sessions, pitching and hitting games in Scout's Alley, and tours of the stadium will keep fans dry, should inclement weather occur on Saturday.

Fans will also have the opportunity to take advantage of a special one-day sale available only at Open House. For only $498 fans can purchase season tickets in the Lower Outfield Pavilion and enjoy a season of Braves baseball for only $6 a game, a 75% savings off the gate price. Fans interested in the Open House Lower Outfield Pavilion Special can speak to a Braves season ticket representative at Fan Central, aisle 132.

Open House Activities

Watch the Braves take on the New York Yankees live from Spring Training
Meet Braves alumni including Pete Smith, Greg McMichael, and Jim Nash
Win Braves autographed items in between every inning
Pitch from the mound in the Braves bullpen*
Participate in the "Pop Fly Challenge" and try to catch fly balls in the outfield*
Visit the Braves Museum and Hall of Fame, and tour the Braves Dugout and Clubhouse
Play the interactive pitching and hitting games at Scout's Alley
Meet the 2009 Braves Tomahawk Team
"Select A Seat" for the 2009 Season - Braves season ticket representatives will be available at Fan Central, aisle 132, to show fans to their seats so they can sit, relax, and imagine a season of Braves games from that very spot. Full season ticket plans start as low as $249 ($3 a game).

* weather permitting

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