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League: Minor League (AA), Southern League
Home Stadium: Trustmark Park
Location: Pearl, Miss.
Previous Location: Greenville, S.C.
Manager: Chris Maloney
First Game as Mississippi Braves: April 7, 2005
Mississippi Braves TicketsYour visit to Trustmark Park puts you near prospects who have worn, and might one day wear, the uniform of the Atlanta Braves. As the AA affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, Mississippi, has featured on its roster past and current major leaguers such as Ronald Acuña Jr., Mike Minor, Sean Newcomb and Mike Soroka. Acuña hit 41 home runs in his 2019 campaign with Atlanta after 26 in his first season in the big leagues. Mike Soroka, who pitched for Mississippi in 2017, has amassed a 15-5 record in his first two seasons for Atlanta and made the 2019 National League All-Star Team. Mississippi Braves games have allowed major league players to rehab from injuries, as was the case for Chipper Jones in August 2006 and Tom Glavine in August 2008. Mississippi won the Southern League title in 2008 and clinched additional Southern League playoff spots in 2007 and 2013. Great Mississippi Braves action and perhaps future Atlanta Braves stars await you. Get your Mississippi Braves tickets at StubHub.
Who is the manager of the Mississippi Braves?Chris Maloney returns in 2020 for his third season as the Mississippi Braves manager. Maloney hails from Jackson, Miss., only miles from the Mississippi Braves’ home in Pearl. Maloney’s Magnolia State roots include graduation from Mississippi State in 1983. There, Maloney played on the same team as future St. Louis Cardinal and Hall of Famer Will Clark. Prior to joining the Braves organization, Maloney spent 17 seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals, including time as a first-base coach (2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015) and third-base coach (2016 and 2017).
What was the Mississippi Braves’ record in 2019?In the 2019 season, the Mississippi Braves posted a 64-75 record to place fourth in the Southern League South. The Biloxi Shuckers, at 82-57, won both the first half and overall division crown in 2019. The Mississippi Braves surpassed 3 million fans at Trustmark Park and 1,000 victories as a franchise. With a team earned-run average (ERA) of 3.22, the Mississippi Braves topped Southern League pitching in the category and only trailed Arkansas of the Texas League and Bowie of the Eastern League among all AA teams. Outfielder Drew Waters received honors as Southern League MVP in the 2019 season. In all, three Mississippi Braves made the postseason All-Southern League squad.
Who are the rivals of the Mississippi Braves?The Mississippi Braves and the Biloxi Shuckers from the Gulf Coast Region contend for bragging rights in the Magnolia State and the top spot in the Southern League. Biloxi joined the Southern League in 2015 and is part of the Milwaukee Brewers’ farm system. From Shucker’s inaugural season through 2019, Biloxi has a 58-52 record against the Mississippi Braves. In 2019, Mississippi managed eight wins out of 21 games against Biloxi.
What is the size of Trustmark Park?The home of Mississippi Braves baseball holds 8,480 fans, making Trustmark Park the third-largest stadium in the Southern League. Center field has a distance of 402 feet, while the lengths for left and right fields register at 330 feet and 332 feet, respectively.
How can I get tickets to see Mississippi Braves baseball?Make sure to reserve your seats to Mississippi Braves baseball and the future of the Atlanta Braves, where you can see the best runs, hits, great pitching masterpieces and exciting baseball games on the farm and in the majors. Get your Mississippi Braves tickets and schedule at StubHub, the world's largest source for tickets to all your favorite sporting events.
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