The crucial vote — to approve directing $300 million in taxpayer dollars to the development — came just two weeks and a day after the Braves made a stunning announcement the team was moving from downtown Atlanta to the suburbs.
Franklin, Tenn., estate has billiards/media room, 3 wet bars
The Atlanta Braves unveiled plans on Wednesday for the $400 million entertainment district that would spring up beside the new $672 million stadium that’s set to open in 2017. The district, which is still in early planning phases, would feature a street lined with retail, restaurants and bars leading up ...
Photos: Braves renderings for Cobb stadium
Photos: Tim Hudson through the years
A period of pronounced change continued Monday for the Braves, who lost pitcher Tim Hudson to San Francisco after the free agent and the Giants agreed to a two-year, $23 million contract. After nine seasons in Atlanta, the Alabama native is returning to the Bay Area, where Hudson spent the ...
Photos: Teams that don't play in their namesake cities
Turner Field has served as home of the Atlanta Braves since 1997. Originally the Olympic Stadium for the 1996 Games in Atlanta, Turner Field underwent a large renovation to fit a baseball field, where lots of history has been made.
As the Atlanta Braves announce plans to leave Turner Field for a new facility in Cobb County, here's a look back at the final days of Turner Field's predecessor, Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium. The stadium was demolished following the 1996 Olympics when the Braves moved to the new facility.
Photos: Concerts at Turner Field through the years