Braves announce World Series Trophy Tour across the southeast
You can petition the tour to come to Chattanooga
ATLANTA, Georgia (WDEF) – The Atlanta Braves announce that their recently won World Series Trophy is going on tour.
The tour begins in February and will continue through the summer across the southeast.
At each stop, you can take photos with the trophy.
The Braves are only announcing a few stops so far.
- Gresham Park Baseball Complex in Dekalb Co., GA for the Morehouse College baseball season opener against Tuskegee University on February 20
- Cherokee, NC with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians for an event with local high school baseball and softball teams on March 12
- Braves Country Battles Championship Tournament in Alpharetta, GA on July 9
- Gwinnett Braves, Mississippi Braves, Rome Braves and Augusta GreenJackets
- Mobile, GA as the birthplace of Hank Aaron
- Cairo, GA as the birthplace of Jackie Robinson
The first stop will be on Tuesday, February 15 at Colony Square in Midtown Atlanta from 11:30am – 3pm.
There will be a total of 151 stops to mark the 151 years of Braves baseball.
So we should get a visit to the Lookouts and Chattanooga at some point.
Fans can submit suggestions for the World Champions Trophy Tour online at their website.
“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.