Braves Country Baseball and Softball launching in Sandy Springs next year

Credit: Jason Bellamy/SSYS

Credit: Jason Bellamy/SSYS

Morgan Falls Athletic Complex in Sandy Springs will soon be part of Braves Country.

In March 2024, the Atlanta Braves will launch Braves Country Baseball and Softball, a youth organization that will provide league and all-star tournament play for children 5-12 years old.

Sandy Springs Youth Sports is one of 15 metro Atlanta youth sports organizations already set to participate, along with the Alabama Recreation and Parks Association, which represents 92 parks across that state.

Braves Country Baseball and Softball will consist of spring season league play, according to a release from the Braves organization. Children will have a chance to represent their local communities in district, regional, and state tournaments.

The Braves Country Championships will be held at the end of June and champions will be crowned in each age group in baseball and softball.

‘Our youth sports will be one of the first organizations to come out of what’s called Braves Country Youth Baseball,” Sandy Springs Mayor Rusty Paul said at a recent city council meeting. “And they will sponsor regional championships district championships and ultimately, the championships for the region.”

The Championships will be held at Truist Park, giving kids an opportunity to play ball on a major league field, he said.

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Credit: SSYS

The association with the Atlanta Braves will help bring confidence and swagger to Morgan Falls, said Colan Wheat, president of Sandy Springs Youth Sports.

“As you know, there is no bigger brand in professional sports across the Southeast than the Atlanta Braves. And bringing Braves Country closer to our youth should help create more excitement and trust in our youth sports programs,” he said.

The connection of being part of Braves Country creates a desire and connection to the game of baseball and the Braves franchise, Wheat said.

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Credit: Rough Draft Atlanta


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