my first in Atlanta
Saw my first game in Atlanta last Sunday. Braves beat Dodgers 6 to 1. What a great experience. Coming from Iowa I had no idea how fantastic the new ballpark is. Fan friendly, lots of space to walk, friendly workers. The whole experience was A+. Even got autographs from Rick Camp and Terry Harper. My daughter got great seats (25 rows behind home plate), and admittance to 755 Club. Being a lifelong Braves fan this was really something. I am totally envious of those of you who get to attend many games each season. Go Braves!!
I still haven't seen one. I'm from Illinois though, so I've seen my share of Cubs and Sox games. I'd want to go down there sometime though.
Wasnt Rick Camp part of one of the longest games in MLB history? I remember him, wasnt exactly one of my favorites...but hey...I am typing on a keyboard and he pitched in the Major Leagues...
The "Ted" or the "Hank"...whatever you want to call it, is a great stadium.
Before we signed Greg Maddux we were after Barry Bonds...he was actually looking for a place to live in Atlanta before he ultimately signed with San Fran. Bonds described the "Ted" as a Palace.
Last year, we had the biggest monitor screen in the world in CF. I dont know if anyone has surpassed that yet or not.
Visiting the Ted is a great experience....I have yet to try Skips Bar-B-Q though.