Braves planning on fans in stadium, release 2021 Promotional plans

Braves planning on fans in stadium, release 2021 Promotional plans
ATLANTA, GA - SEPTEMBER 25: Freddie Freeman #5 of the Atlanta Braves reacts after hitting a two-run home run to win in the eleventh inning of an MLB game against the Boston Red Sox at Truist Park on September 25, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images) (Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)

ATLANTA — As of right now, it’s full-steam ahead for fans hoping to see an Atlanta Braves game this year as the team announced a full slate of promotions and “bobbleheads”.

With the thought of at least some fans back in the Truist Park stands, the Braves announced a full slate bobbleheads including: May 23′s “MV Free” bobblehead for 2020′s baseball MVP Freddie Freeman, part one of a two part Ronald Acuna and Ozzie Albies pairing on June 2, a Max Fried bobblehead on July 1, Travis D’Arnaud debuting Aug. 12, Mike Soroka Aug. 20 and finishing with Braves legend Brian McCann on Sept. 28.

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The defending National League champions have a full slate of game day promotions as well. From cap giveaways to Los Bravos night to Star Wars night, the promotional calendar is full.

You can find a full list of events and giveaways on the Braves website

The home opener this year is slated for April 9 vs. the Phillies and in July, the Braves are scheduled to hold Major League Baseball’s All-Star weekend. The team also is planning on their traditional Friday Night Fireworks and Sunday’s “Kids run the bases” promotions.