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Disney, Home of the Braves

Darrell Fry

by , Sports Media Director, Walt Disney World Resort

Sure, the Major League Baseball season just ended, but if you want to get a jump on attending an Atlanta Braves spring training game at Walt Disney World, we just released the Braves’ spring training schedule and there are some marquee teams coming to town.

Atlanta Braves Player

The first game at Disney is Feb. 27 when the Braves face the New York Mets at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. There are also games at Disney against the Yankees (Mar. 8), Red Sox (Mar. 16), Phillies (Mar. 27) and Cardinals (Mar. 9 and 10). In all, there are 18 home games being played from late Feb through late March.

The Braves should be pretty exciting to watch, too. They have a new manager – Fredi Gonzalez – and a new hot shot second baseman – Dan Uggla – which should help them make another run at the World Series after winning the National League East Division last season. While individual game tickets don’t go on sale until early next year, you can get ticket packages now by calling 407/939-GAME (4263) or online at espnwwos.com/atlantabraves.

Yum, I can smell the hotdogs and pretzels already.

Comments

  • We won the Wild Card

  • dan uggla rocks!!!

  • Will the Braves be unveiling a NL East champions banner at the park? I’m sure the Phillies would like to be there to see that happen.

  • The Phillies are the four-time defending NL East champions and have been to the World Series twice in the last four years. Maybe a timeout and quick peptalk with Mickey can get this corrected for us diehard Phillies fans. You should know that WDW is packed with Phils fans!!!!

  • Just a little correction, the Philadelphia Phillies won the National League East Division the last four years…

  • Hm…not sure what I missed, but the Braves definitely did not win the National League East.

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