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MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) — Officials have approved a deal to build a new $672 million stadium for the Atlanta Braves outside the Georgia capital. The Cobb County commissioners voted 4-1 Tuesday night to enter into […]
The Atlanta Braves today released several artist renderings of the potential new home of the Braves. 92-9 The Game has obtained those photos courtesy of The Atlanta Braves. The stadium is expected to cost just […]
Atlanta (WAOK/CBS Atlanta News) — Although the Atlanta Braves are set to sign a deal that would relocate them to Cobb County, Atlanta City Council members are fighting to keep the Braves at Turner Field. […]
By Mike Conti The Atlanta Braves are on the hook for a much larger portion of funding for their new Cobb County stadium than initially reported, and the county will not raise taxes to cover […]
Atlanta (WAOK) — With the recent announcement that the Atlanta Braves will be moving from downtown Atlanta to a $672 million stadium in suburban Cobb County in 2017, there have been mixed feelings from residents […]
Atlanta(WAOK)-Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed says the city will demolish Turner Field in 2017 and build a suburban type experience in its place. Mayor Reed says the land will be cleared to create suburban style developments […]