Minor League spring training games begin for the Atlanta Braves farm teams on March 19th. Few people know that if you have a ticket to a Braves Major League game, you can also see any of the minor league action that's happening on the back fields of Disney's Wide World of Sports complex. Even if you don't have a ticket to the Major League game, or the Major League team is not playing that day, you can still buy a WWOS complex ticket that will allow you to make your way back to the minor league fields, located beyond the outfield fence of Champion Stadium.
Below is the schedule for all the Braves minor league teams. They play three games a day, one for each level. Even on days listed as "camp days" will find the minor league players running drills and playing intersquad games. If you're down at the WWOS during one of these game, you should definitely check one out. You'll be amazed at how close you can get and how much access to the players you will have. Typically the players who are not in uniform playing that day sit in the stands and watch the games.
All start times below are 1pm. The dates with an asterisk indicate that there is a Major League game on the main field of Champion Stadium that day.
|3/19/11*||Nationals||AAA and AA at home, A on road|
|3/20/11*||Astros||A at home, AAA and AA on road|
|3/21/11||Tigers||AAA and AA at home, A on road|
|3/22/11||Astros||AAA and AA at home, A on road|
|3/24/11||Tigers||A at home, AAA and AA on road|
|3/25/11*||Nationals||A at home, AAA and AA on road|
|3/26/11||Tigers||AAA and AA at home, A on road|
|3/27/11*||Astros||A at home, AAA and AA on road|
|3/28/11*||Astros||AAA camp, AA at home, A on road|
|3/29/11*||Nationals||AAA and AA at home, A on road|
|3/31/11||Astros||AAA camp, AA at home, A on road|
|4/1/11||Tigers||A at home, AAA and AA on road|
|4/2/11||Nationals||A at home, AAA and AA on road|