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ESPN Wide World of Sports Unveils 13th Edition of Atlanta Braves Spring Training at Champion Stadium

Schedule features World Series Champion Yankees, Phillies, Mets and Cardinals at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
(February 17, 2010) The Atlanta Braves will host several marquee spring training opponents in 2010, including visits from the World Champion New York Yankees, World Series runner-up Philadelphia Phillies, New York Mets and St. Louis Cardinals during the Major League Baseball Spring Training season at Champion Stadium at the soon-to-be-re-imagined ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

After two weeks of workouts, the Braves play a 16-game home schedule that is highlighted by a March 30 visit by the New York Yankees, who are fresh off their 27th World Series championship.  

In addition, Atlanta will host all four of its division rivals, including the National League pennant-winning Philadelphia Phillies on March 9 and 24, as well as the New York Mets (March 3 and 10), Florida Marlins (March 16) and Washington Nationals (March 5 and 27).   

One of MLB’s most popular teams, the St. Louis Cardinals, visit March 21, while the Pittsburgh Pirates come to town March 4 and 12.  The Houston Astros are slated to visit the complex twice during the spring, including the final game of the season March 31, as well as
March 7.

The 2010 schedule features two night games, a March 9 contest with Philadelphia, as well as the Detroit Tigers game on March 19.  
The Tigers return for a second spring contest on March 26.  The Toronto Blue Jays visit the sports complex on March 13.

Each game has fun for the entire family including in-game entertainment, Disney character appearances and on-field fan experiences that only happen at Disney.  And in what has become a Disney tradition, kids will again have the opportunity to run the bases after every game. 

The Braves drew 133,013 during 16 games at Champion Stadium in 2009, which ranked them second only to the Yankees among the 16 Major League Baseball teams who trained in Florida as part of the Grapefruit League.

Individual game tickets for the Braves’ home spring training season are on sale through Ticketmaster (800/745-3000 and
ticketmaster.com) and at the sports complex box office. Prices range from $15-$19 (general admission lawn seats) to $28-$39 (lower reserved), based on premium options, such as the opponent (Yankees, Mets, Phillies and Cardinals), weekend games and night games.

Information on the Braves’ spring training season, group tickets and mini-packs is available by calling 407/939-GAME (4263) and online at
disneysports.com/atlantabraves. The popular mini-packs will include both three-game and six-game options.

Fans may also purchase Atlanta Braves Spring Training travel packages through Spring Training USA. Travel packages include Braves game tickets, accommodations at Walt Disney World Resort and other benefits. Information is available online at
About Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex

Opened in 1997 at Walt Disney World Resort, the soon-to-be-re-imagined ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex is the premier sports venue for amateur and professional sports in the United States.  The sprawling 220-acre state-of-the-art complex features The Milk House, a 165,000-square-foot field house which seats 5,500 for basketball; the 10,000-seat Champion Stadium ballpark; Hess Sports Fields, which include multiple baseball, softball and soccer fields; and Jostens Center, a multi-sport field house that opened in 2008.  In addition, the complex has a tennis compound, including a stadium court, and a track & field complex.  Please visit www.disneysports.com for more information.
The 2010 Atlanta Braves Spring Training home schedule follows.
2010 Atlanta Braves Spring Training Home Schedule
Game Date                    Opponent                      Time
Wednesday, March 3      New York Mets              1:05 p.m.
Thursday, March 4          Pittsburgh Pirates           :05 p.m.
Friday, March 5              Washington Nationals     1:05 p.m.
Sunday, March 7            Houston Astros              1:05 p.m.
Tuesday, March 9           Philadelphia Phillies        7:05 p.m.
Wednesday, March 10    New York Mets               1:05 p.m.
Friday, March 12            Pittsburgh Pirates           1:05 p.m.
Saturday, March 13        Toronto Blue Jays           1:05 p.m.
Tuesday, March 16         Florida Marlins                1:05 p.m.
Friday, March 19            Detroit Tigers                   6:05 p.m.
Sunday, March 21          St. Louis Cardinals          1:05 p.m.
Wednesday, March 24    Philadelphia Phillies        1:05 p.m.
Friday, March 26            Detroit Tigers                  1:05 p.m.
Saturday, March 27        Washington Nationals      1:05 p.m.
Tuesday, March 30         New York Yankees         1:05 p.m.
Wednesday, March 31    Houston Astros               1:05 p.m.
All times are Eastern and are subject to change.
All games to be played at Champion Stadium at the soon-to-be-re-imagined ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
Atlanta Braves Spring Training Ticket Prices:
Seat Location                                    Season         Indvidual Game
Lower Level Reserved                             $400                 $28-$39
Upper Level Reserved                             $320                 $24-$33
Bleacher Reserved (Sections 104-106)     $320                 $24-$33
Grass Berm - General Admission                                    $15-$19
(Additional charges per ticket for Premium: Yankees, Phillies, Mets and Cardinals, and weekend and night games. There will be an additional charge of $3 for day-of-game purchases.)
Six-Game (Weeknight/Weekend) Mini-Plan includes tickets to: Astros (3/7), Phillies (3/9), Blue Jays (3/13), Tigers (3/19), Cardinals (3/21) and Nationals (3/27) games for $170 (upper reserved, rows A-L, or bleacher reserved sections 104-106 – on sale now)
First Half Three-Game Mini-Planincludes tickets to: Mets (3/10), Pirates (3/12) and Blue Jays (3/13) games for $78 (upper reserved or bleacher reserved sections)
Second Half Three-Game Mini-Plan includes tickets to: Nationals (3/27), Yankees (3/30) and Astros (3/31) games for $83 (upper reserved or bleacher reserved sections)
Single-Game Tickets: Ticketmaster – 800/745-3000, www.ticketmaster.com or sports complex box office
Season and Group Tickets/Suites/Mini-Packs: Disney Sports Sales – 407/939-GAME (4263)

-- Posted February 17, 2010