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Atl. Braves Caravan coming through Montgomery, Auburn Saturday

The Atlanta Braves Country Caravan, presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors, will roll through the Southeast January 22 – February 2.

For two weeks, Braves players, coaches, broadcasters and front office staff will hit the road traveling nearly 3000 miles of Braves country to meet and greet fans prior to taking off for Spring Training. 

The Braves Country Caravan provides the opportunity to engage fans with players, coaches and broadcasters to create lasting memories in each of its stops. Throughout the planned visits, the Caravan will make community appearances at schools and military bases, as well as host free public autograph signings at Academy Sports + Outdoors stores and Taco Mac locations throughout the Southeast. 

Saturday, January 26 – Montgomery and Auburn, AL

Scheduled to appear:
Paul Maholm, Cory Gearrin, J.R. Graham, Scott Fletcher and Don Sutton.***

  • 12:00 p.m.-1:30 p.m. CST             
    Academy Sports + Outdoors Autograph Signing

    8610 Eastchase Pkwy., Montgomery, AL 36117
  • 3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. CST
    Academy Sports + Outdoors Autograph Signing

    2325 Bent Creek Road, Auburn, AL 36830 

Information Source: Atlanta Braves

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