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Atlanta Braves World Series Trophy Tour will stop at SRP Park in April

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Local Atlanta Braves fans will have the opportunity to see the World Series Trophy on Friday, April 22, as the Augusta GreenJackets take on the Fayetteville Woodpeckers at SRP Park.

A flash sale for tickets to the game will be from 11 a.m. Feb. 11 to 11 a.m. Feb. 14 for the general public.

“Following their historic season, the Atlanta Braves are taking the 2021 World Series Trophy on tour with 151 stops, commemorating 151 years of Braves baseball. The World Champions Trophy Tour Presented by Truist will travel throughout Braves Country, featuring locations in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, South Carolina, and North Carolina. Stops will include the opportunity for fans to take photos with the trophy, as well as programming by the Braves entertainment teams, alumni and more at select locations,” according to a Jan. 25 news release from the Atlanta Braves.

“The tour will begin on Tuesday, February 15 at Colony Square in Midtown Atlanta from 11:30am – 3pm. Fans are invited to take photos with the coveted 2021 World Series Trophy while enjoying music and entertainment with the Atlanta Braves Heavy Hitters and BLOOPER, and hearing reflections on the momentous 2021 season,” the news release said.

“We felt the tremendous support of Braves Country throughout the season and particularly in the Postseason, and we are taking this Championship on the road to fans across the Southeast so that they can share in the joy and celebration of this historic victory,” said Derek Schiller, President & CEO of the Atlanta Braves.

For ticket information, visit https://www.milb.com/augusta

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