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    Looking for info about new Gwinette County Braves

    Hey gang, I'm looking for anyone that lives in the Atlanta area, that has general info about where the Richmond Braves are moving to. I know it is in Gwinette co, but I'd like to know specifically. I used to live there. Any info would be appriciated. Thanks!

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    Re: Looking for info about new Gwinette County Braves

    doubl2gap, see this link:

    http://www.gwinnettbraves.com/

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    Re: Looking for info about new Gwinette County Braves

    Wow, nothing says AAA Baseball than baseball in a suburban office park.
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    Re: Looking for info about new Gwinette County Braves

    Its about 2 miles from the Mall of Georgia on the opposite side of I-85.
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    Re: Looking for info about new Gwinette County Braves

    Quote Originally Posted by Heath View Post
    Wow, nothing says AAA Baseball than baseball in a suburban office park.
    You know, back before they built Riverfront, there was serious talk of building the new ballpark in what was becoming one of the first industrial parks out in Blue Ash around Kenwood Road and what's now Reed Hartman Highway, Pfeiffer Road. I lived in Deer Park at the time and we were stoked!
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    Re: Looking for info about new Gwinette County Braves

    Quote Originally Posted by redsmetz View Post
    You know, back before they built Riverfront, there was serious talk of building the new ballpark in what was becoming one of the first industrial parks out in Blue Ash around Kenwood Road and what's now Reed Hartman Highway, Pfeiffer Road. I lived in Deer Park at the time and we were stoked!
    Crosley Field is still out there, hidden around Reed Hartman Highway and Kemper Road. I used to ump there as a teenager. Maybe because of that, the new Crosley Field has more history than the old one.


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