Of course no trip to the Tuner Field would be complete with making a photo record. Here is the entrance at 755 Hank Aaron Drive in Southeast Atlanta, Georgia.
In keeping with true Brave tradition, there is a drum to help the fans focus on the game. This one is quite large, but it is heard throughout the Stadium.
Part of the pre-game ritual is to insure that the diamond has the correct amount of moisture to eliminate any unnecessary dust. The grounds crew at Turner Field has to be one of the best. This turf simply looks grand.
Thanks to a kind Usher, we had our photograph taken. The Braves lost, but it was an excellent opportunity to enjoy a nice Spring Evening in Atlanta. The temperature as we left the Field was a mild 57 degrees. Admittedly the tickets did not cost the Flower Child anything; however, visitors to Turner Field need to be aware that the most reasonable parking price is $12.00. This is up from $10.00 last year. No Baseball game would be complete without Dry Roasted Peanuts so the whole evening cost $18.50. I did not include the cost of the meal at Manhattan's because no matter where we are we usually eat a nice meal on Friday evenings.