The Battery Atlanta Braves

While it may seem like the world of sports, or at least live spectating sports, was forever changed by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, baseball season is finally here in Atlanta! Fans are finally allowed back in Truist Park to watch the game, but for those who are still concerned about social distancing and adhering to local and state guidelines, there are still plenty of alternative ways to cheer on the Atlanta Braves and get the full baseball game experience.

Watch from Home

Luckily for Braves fans, the ball games are televised and available through cable, meaning that they can be watched from within the comforts of your own home. The Braves are currently viewable on Bally Sports South and Bally Sports Southeast, formerly known as Fox Sports South and Fox Sports Southeast. If you don’t have cable, it’s time to utilize a certain streaming service this baseball season. AT&T TV is exclusively streaming the Braves this season, meaning you can’t rely on old streaming favorites like Hulu Live, YouTube TV or Fubo TV to stream your favorite Atlanta baseball team.

With a little creativity, you can recreate the full gameday experience. Put on your most spirited Braves gear, grill some hotdogs, pop some popcorn and pour some cold beer to enjoy (and spill on yourself) while watching remotely.  For an even more realistic experience, set up the TV and chairs outside for that fresh air ballpark feel.

Head to The Battery

Can’t watch the game from inside the park? Try watching from outside instead! Steps away from Truist Park, Live! at The Battery Atlanta offers Braves fans a place to experience the game in a relaxed ballpark-style environment. Multiple indoor and outdoor areas will allow guests to safely spread out and enjoy an immersive game day experience that includes live broadcasts of the game from all areas, live entertainment and outdoor games.

Participating areas include Sport and Social Atlanta, The Tavern and PBR Atlanta. A series of procedures have been put in place to further ensure that all areas are compliant with CDC recommendations.

Attend the Game 

After a long year of social distancing and having sports fans watch from afar, the Atlanta Braves are now allowing spectators into Truist Stadium for live fun. The Atlanta Braves plan to have their home stadium filled at 50% capacity by its three-game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks on April 23. This will be followed by a four-game series against the Chicago Cubs on April 26-

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