Atlanta Braves 2018 Spring Training Single Game Tickets Now Available

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For you sports/Atlanta Braves fans out there, single game tickets are now available for Braves 2018 Spring Training, their last at Champion Stadium at ESPN Wide World of Sports.

The Braves have played there since it opened in 1997, and will be moving to a brand new facility in Sarasota County for the 2019 Grapefruit League season.

The Braves’ first home game is February 26th, and they will be playing 18 games at Champion Stadium during the 2018 Grapefruit League season up to March 24th.

While most games begin at 1:05 p.m., there will be three night games this season, March 9th, 12th, and 21st, starting at 6:05 p.m.

A full schedule of games and ticket prices can be found either on the ESPN Wide World of Sports website at https://www.espnwwos.com/events/spectator/braves-spring-training/schedule/ or on the Braves website at https://www.mlb.com/braves/tickets.

Champion Stadium is a two-tiered, 9,500 seat stadium with berm seating along the third base line and left field. Parking is free and ticket prices vary depending by game and opponent.

Note: Pictures above from 2016.

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    • No, the facility will stay vacant until another team decides to move in. The Astros looked like the team to do it until they moved out of Kissimmee to West Palm Beach with the Nationals last year. Every team in Florida is basically settled, though there are some rumblings with the Blue Jays because Dunedin doesn’t want to pay tens of millions of dollars for a new spring training facility. As it stands now, Champion Stadium will be used for any high school baseball or other baseball tournaments that require the use of a field with MLB dimensions, which is sad, but sports ride or die off of money.

  • I thought they left town or closed years ago. I would rather go to Sea World then pay to watch baseball. When can I buy tickets to NBA experience? I want to go before it closes like every other one sport resturant or park in town

    • They didn’t reach a formal agreement with Sarasota County until recently, like in 2017, so they were essentially forced to stay at WWOS until they could move elsewhere.

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