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Jesse Cole owns seven yellow tuxedos. He shows me during our Zoom interview, adjusting his camera to fit an open closet door into the frame: sure enough, six canary-yellow tuxes, hanging at the ready. He’s wearing the seventh while we speak—top hat included.
Even for fans who missed out on the instantly iconic bobblehead—which featured Big Boi and André 3000 sitting in a red Cadillac, decked out in custom Braves jerseys and caps—OutKast night at Truist Park was a grand slam.
Governed by the maxim “we make baseball fun,” the Savannah Bananas have sold out every game since their founding in 2016. Following their own eccentric brand of play, dubbed “Banana Ball,” the team eschews anything that could make the sport feel sluggish.
Fans flock to Sarasota County, where they can get close to their team, and their companions can find plenty of other distractions.
The Talented Mr. Riley: Q&A with the Braves third baseman on making the All-Star team and fatherhood
In July, Austin Riley earned his first All-Star Game invitation and was named National League Player of the Month. He talks about his routines on the field, chances for another Braves World Series, and what he's learning as a brand-new dad.
Check out these photos from the Atlanta Braves World Series victory parade and concert, which featured performances from Ludacris, Big Boi, Sleepy Brown, Killer Mike, and Zac Brown.
This current crop of Atlanta Braves is very special to my family because we’ve enjoyed them long before they were famous, long before most diehard baseball fans had even heard of them. Ozzie Albies, Austin Riley, Adam Duvall, Freddie Freeman, Max Fried, Charlie Morton—before they were household names, they were Gwinnett Braves or Stripers.
World Series tickets are expensive, so we've rounded up the bars, restaurants, and other places hosting Braves World Series watch parties, food and drink specials, and more. Here's where to watch the Braves in the World Series in Atlanta.
When it was time to give a fresh take on the classic Adidas Forum shoe, L.E.A.D.’s youth ambassadors were all in. They embossed a map of Atlanta on the shoe’s heel overlay.
If the Braves want to win it all, they’ll need Austin Riley’s thunderous bat and cannon arm locked and loaded
The young Braves slugger speaks on the team’s new look on the mound, the late Hank Aaron’s legacy, and his fresh approach to hunting down opposing pitchers’ fastballs.