Friday, June 5, 2009

Atlanta Braves Unveil On-Field Braves Batting Practice Experience

The Atlanta Braves began selling exclusive tickets yesterday for the Braves Batting Practice Experience, where fans, who also have a game ticket, come down to an exclusive area of the field directly behind the batting cage to watch the Braves take batting practice up close and personal.

Guests will see approximately 30-45 minutes of Braves batting practice and about 10-15 minutes of visitors batting practice. Tickets are $50 and will be limited to 75 people per session. Braves season ticket holders can purchase tickets for $40 and groups of 20 or more receive a $10 discount per ticket.

"We are always trying to make the game experience for our fans as unique as possible," said Derek Schiller, Braves Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "We're opening up an area of the field that was off limits before, and I think our fans will enjoy how close they get to the action."

Fans interested in the Braves Batting Practice Experience can purchase tickets in advance through up to one hour before batting practice begins.

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