Freddy Tarnok fans a career-high 12, as the M-Braves hit three more homers in the 5-1 over Pensacola on Thursday night. The M-Braves have hit 13 home runs over the three-game winning streak. Photo by Eddie Kelly)Read More
Bryce Elder and Daysbel Hernandez combined for the fourth no-hitter in M-Braves history on Saturday, June 10th at Trustmark Park. The M-Braves shut out the Pensacola Blue Wahoos 6-0.
With vaccinations across Mississippi increasing and health and safety protocols still in place, the Mississippi Braves are pleased to announce that Trustmark Park will operate at 100% capacity during the 2021 season.
The 2021 season is just six days away, and the M-Braves are excited to announce several new additions to the fan experience at Trustmark Park.
The Mississippi Braves, Double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves celebrated the end of the decade by unveiling the All-Decade squad from 2010 to 2019.
In 2019, the M-Braves surpassed 3 million fans, 1,000 wins, placed a record three players on the Southern League Postseason All-Star team, including the first-ever league MVP.
A hitting machine atop the Mississippi Braves lineup, Drew Waters took the Southern League by storm in 2019 and soared toward the top of the Atlanta Braves prospect lists. Waters became the first M-Brave to win the award and first for the franchise since Javy Lopez in 1991 for the Greenville Braves.
Hours after he was named to the All-Star Futures Game, the third-ranked Braves prospect tied the team record with a career-high 14 strikeouts over seven innings as he and reliever Jeremy Walker no-hit Jackson, 2-0, on June 28 at Trustmark Park. History was made on the night the M-Braves saluted the Jackson Generals with throwback jerseys.
M-Braves Office Manager Christy Shaw has become an inspiration around the Atlanta Braves organization and baseball with her courageous fight against breast cancer. Her journey hasn't been easy, but she is now cancer-free and crucial part of the Mississippi Braves.
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