Atlanta Braves Spring Training at ESPN Wide World of Sports

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Spring is here because baseball is back! (That’s how this works, right?) America’s favorite past time is once again on our doorsteps. It’s time to hear the crack of the bat and smell the hot dogs and Cracker Jacks!

The Atlanta Braves will once again be taking the field at Champion Stadium at the ESPN Wide World of Sports. This year, Spring Training will take place select dates from March 1 through April 2. Here is the full list of dates:

  • March 1 – Baltimore Orioles – 1:05 PM
  • March 3 – Detroit Tigers – 1:05 PM
  • March 5 – Pittsburgh Pirates – 1:05 PM
  • March 8 – New York Mets – 1:05 PM
  • March 11 – Philadelphia Phillies – 1:05 PM
  • March 12 – Washington Nationals – 5:55 PM
  • March 14 – Tampa Bay Rays – 1:05 PM
  • March 16 – St. Louis Cardinals – 1:05 PM
  • March 17 – Houston Astros – 1:05 PM
  • March 18 – Miami Marlins – 1:05 PM
  • March 20 – Detroit Tigers – 1:05 PM
  • March 24 – Philadelphia Phillies – 1:05 PM
  • March 25 – Houston Astros – 1:05 PM
  • March 26 – New York Mets – 1:05 PM
  • March 28 – Houston Astros – 6:05 PM
  • March 30 – New York Yankees – 1:05 PM
  • April 1 – Tampa Bay Rays – 1:05 PM
  • April 2 – Detroit Tigers – 1:05 PM

Do keep in mind that dates, times and opponents are subject to change.

Single game tickets are available for purchase and the cost will depend on where you choose to sit.

Single-Game Tickets
Lower Level Reserved – $44-$57
Upper Level Reserved – $26-$41
Bleacher Level Reserved – $26-$41
General Admission 3rd Base Lawn – $18-$26
General Admission Pennant Berm – $15-$20

Individual game tickets are available through Ticketmaster or you can visit the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Box Office.

If you would like to attend one of these fun Spring Training games, make sure to purchase your tickets ahead of time. There’s nothing worse than finding out the game you wanted to attend has sold out!

Rikki Niblett

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2 thoughts on “Atlanta Braves Spring Training at ESPN Wide World of Sports

  • February 25, 2016 at 11:00 am
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    Isn’t this the last year of Braves Spring Training at ESPNWWoS?

    • February 26, 2016 at 9:52 am
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      What, really?! That would be a shame. We’re Tigers fans, but we always made sure to go to Wide World at least once for a Tigers game during Spring Training. We always had such a great time, and the berm seating down the third base line is my favorite place to sit out of any Spring Training park I’ve visited. If you get there early, you can get a great spot for the game which is also perfect for batting/fielding practice/autograph hunting.

      And now I’m homesick!

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