Stripers Introduce New Batting Practice Cap, Updated Uniforms

All-new "GWIN" logo cap highlights fresh looks to be worn in 2020

By Dave Lezotte | November 7, 2019 1:02 PM ET

The Gwinnett Stripers have introduced an exciting new batting practice cap, and updates to their retro alternate cap and home pinstripe jersey. Beginning with the 2020 season, the Stripers will wear a bass green batting practice cap featuring an all-new "GWIN" logo, as well as a two-tone navy and white cap featuring the "Worm" logo as part of their retro alternate uniform. The team will also wear a revamped home pinstripe jersey that removes the piping from the neck and button areas and adds an Atlanta Braves affiliate patch to the sleeve.

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Stripers Launch New "Veterans Pack" for Veterans Day

Service members and family can purchase at Coolray Field only on November 11 and 12

November 5, 2019 11:48 AM ET

In honor of Veterans Day, the Gwinnett Stripers have created a new "Veterans Pack" for 2020, available for purchase by service men and women and their families only at Coolray Field on November 11 and 12. Each pack includes one Field Box ticket to four patriotic-themed Stripers games (Opening Night on April 16, Salute to Armed Forces on May 22, Memorial Day on May 25, and Independence Day on July 4), plus a Stripers camo cap, all for just $55 (a value of $97).

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Gwinnett alums set to battle in WBSC Premier12™ tournament

Nine of the 12 teams vying for a spot in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games have ties to Gwinnett

By Dave Lezotte | October 31, 2019 9:49 AM ET

The World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) Premier12™ tournament begins this weekend in Mexico, Chinese Taipei, and Korea, pitting the 12 highest-ranked baseball nations against one another in a qualifier for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Nine of those 12 teams - Australia, Canada, Chinese Taipei, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Netherlands, Puerto Rico, the United States, and Venezuela - have former Gwinnett players either on their 28-man roster or coaching staff.

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Stripers' hitting coach Magallanes along for Braves' Postseason ride

Bobby Magallanes reunited with Gwinnett pupils Adam Duvall and Rafael Ortega in September call-up to Atlanta

Under the guidance of Bobby Magallanes, the Stripers set an Atlanta Braves Triple-A record with 200 home runs in 2019. (Jamie Spaar)

By Dave Lezotte | October 5, 2019 10:44 AM ET

Gwinnett Stripers' first-year hitting coach Bobby Magallanes is reunited with pupils Adam Duvall and Rafael Ortega in a September call-up to the Atlanta Braves coaching staff.

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Six 2019 Stripers included on Atlanta Braves' NLDS roster

Fourteen former Gwinnett players in all will suit up for the NL East champions

Freddie Freeman, Max Fried, and Ozzie Albies are just three of the 14 former Gwinnett players on the Braves' 2019 NLDS roster.

By Dave Lezotte | October 3, 2019 11:01 AM ET

The Atlanta Braves announced today their 25-man roster for the National League Division Series vs. the St. Louis Cardinals, and 14 of the players set to suit up for the NL East Division champions are former Gwinnett Braves/Stripers. Six members of that group played for the Stripers this season: pitchers Mike Foltynewicz, Mike Soroka, Sean Newcomb, and Darren O'Day, and outfielders Adam Duvall and Rafael Ortega.

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Season Recap: 2019 Gwinnett Stripers

Stripers win IL South title in record-setting 80-win campaign

By Peter Brooks | September 11, 2019 2:07 PM ET

The 2019 Gwinnett Stripers season turned out to be one for the record books. The club won the International League South Division for the second time in franchise history, the first time since 2016. Gwinnett recorded 80 regular season wins, the most since the inaugural 2009 club won 81 games. The powerful Stripers lineup kept fans at Coolray Field on the edge of their seats as they clubbed 200 home runs in 139 games, the most ever by an Atlanta Braves Triple-A affiliate, shattering the previous record of 161 homers set by the 1993 Richmond Braves.

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Stripers' Season Ends in 5-4 Game 4 Loss at Columbus

Home runs by Pedro Florimon and Jack Lopez not enough for Gwinnett

Lopez homered in the Stripers final game of the season. (Jamie Spaar/Gwinnett Stripers)

By Dave Lezotte | September 7, 2019 11:37 PM ET

COLUMBUS, OH - The Gwinnett Stripers (1-3) led 4-3 midway through the eighth inning, but couldn't hold on as they lost 5-4 to the Columbus Clippers (3-1) in Game 4 of the Governors' Cup Semifinals on Saturday night at Huntington Park. Pedro Florimon and Jack Lopez each homered for the Stripers, who lost the series three games to one.

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Stripers Stay Alive With 10-6 Win in Columbus

Homers by Murphy, Pache help Gwinnett force Game 4 of Governors' Cup Semifinals

Pache's five RBIs set a new Gwinnett single-game playoff record (Bernie Connelly/Gwinnett Stripers)

By Dave Lezotte | September 6, 2019 11:06 PM ET

John Ryan Murphy and Cristian Pache each blasted home runs, leading the Gwinnett Stripers (1-2) to a 10-6 win over the Columbus Clippers (2-1) in Game 3 of the Governors' Cup Semifinals on Friday night at Huntington Park. With the win, the Stripers force Game 4 of the best-of-five series set for Saturday night.

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Four-Run Fourth Keys Columbus in 7-3 Win over Stripers

Gwinnett falls to 0-2 in the Governors' Cup Semifinals

LaMarre's leadoff homer was his fourth overall this season. (Karl Moore/Gwinnett Stripers)

By Peter Brooks | September 5, 2019 10:51 PM ET

The Gwinnett Stripers (0-2) held an early 2-0 lead, but allowed four runs in the fourth inning in a 7-3 loss to the Columbus Clippers (2-0) in Game 2 of the Governors' Cup Semifinals on Thursday night at Coolray Field.

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Stripers Fall 5-4 to Columbus Despite Homers from Riley, Duvall

Gwinnett drops Game 1 of the Governors' Cup Semifinals

Riley hit a two-run homer in the loss. (Matthew Caldwell/Gwinnett Stripers)

By Peter Brooks | September 4, 2019 11:04 PM ET

The Gwinnett Stripers (0-1) fell 5-4 to the Columbus Clippers (1-0) in Game 1 of the Governors' Cup Semifinals on Wednesday night at Coolray Field. Austin Riley and Adam Duvall hit back-to-back home runs in the first inning, but the Stripers managed just six hits in the game.

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