New Braves Stadium Designs

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This artist rendering provided by the Atlanta Braves shows the team's proposed new ballpark in Cobb County. The Braves say the stadium will seat 41,500 and include plenty of revenue-generating amenities around the ballpark. The stadium is scheduled to open in 2017, replacing Turner Field. (AP PhotoAtlanta Braves)
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This artist rendering provided by the Atlanta Braves shows the team's proposed new ballpark and mixed-use development design in Cobb County. The stadium is scheduled to open in 2017, replacing Turner Field. (AP PhotoAtlanta Braves)
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This artist rendering provided by the Atlanta Braves shows the team's proposed new ballpark and mixed-use development design in Cobb County including restaurants and shops along a boulevard outside the stadium in suburban Cobb County, which they say will seat 41,500 and include plenty of revenue-generating amenities around the ballpark. The stadium is scheduled to open in 2017, replacing Turner Field. (AP PhotoAtlanta Braves)
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This artist rendering provided by the Atlanta Braves shows the team's proposed new ballpark and mixed-use development design in Cobb County. The stadium is scheduled to open in 2017, replacing Turner Field. (AP PhotoAtlanta Braves)
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This artist rendering provided by the Atlanta Braves shows the team's proposed new ballpark and mixed-use development design in Cobb County. The Atlanta Braves release renderings of their proposed new stadium in suburban Cobb County, which they say will seat 41,500 and include plenty of revenue-generating amenities around the ballpark. The stadium is scheduled to open in 2017, replacing Turner Field. (AP PhotoAtlanta Braves)
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This artist rendering provided by the Atlanta Braves shows the team's proposed new ballpark and mixed-use development design in Cobb County from a regional aerial view showing Buckhead at left rear and Downtown Atlanta at rear right. The Atlanta Braves release renderings of their proposed new stadium in suburban Cobb County, which they say will seat 41,500 and include plenty of revenue-generating amenities around the ballpark. The stadium is scheduled to open in 2017, replacing Turner Field. (AP PhotoAtlanta Braves)
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This artist rendering provided by the Atlanta Braves shows the team's proposed new ballpark and mixed-use development design in Cobb County, including the plaza outside the stadium. (AP PhotoAtlanta Braves)

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Browse a series of photos of concept art related to the proposed Braves baseball stadium in Cobb County.

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