The Augusta GreenJackets plated three ninth inning runs to erase a 4-2 Rome lead to get the 5-4 win Saturday night at State Mutual Stadium before a crowd of 3,106.
Success in baseball is often determined by how a player maintains his confidence in a game that’s humbled even the greatest athletes in the sport’s history.
The Augusta GreenJackets defeated the Rome Braves 6-1 Thursday evening at State Mutual Stadium before a chilly crowd of 1,505. Sloppy defense hurt the Braves leading to five unearned Augusta runs.
The Charleston Riverdogs topped the Rome Braves Monday night at State Mutual Stadium by a final score of 10-2 before a crowd of 1,033. Chris Hess had two homers and six RBI to lead the Riverdogs.
Getting a win in the season opener is a good feeling for any baseball team. Doing so while getting double-digit hits and regularly causing the other team’s batters trouble only amplifies it.
There is always a mix of returning players and fresh faces when the Rome Braves start the season. But fans will recognize a few more names on the opening day roster than usual.
Not too long ago, the trio of Matt Wisler, Aaron Blair, and Lucas Sims was projected to be part of the pitching foundation of the Atlanta Braves rebuild.
Braves manager Brian Snitker has seen firsthand the path that minor league players take to get to the big leagues. And he’s looking forward to seeing where along that path the current crop is when spring training begins next month.
It would be hard for Rocket Wheeler to get back into a Rome Braves uniform and step out of the dugout at State Mutual Stadium without fans thinking back to the team’s first, magical season.
Mike Dunn, General Manager of the Rome Braves, has been named Vice President of Florida Operations for the future home of the Atlanta Braves Spring Training facility being developed in the West Villages in North Port, Florida, after serving as a General Manager for twenty one years within th…
After two seasons of success on the mound, batters across the South Atlantic League know they will get a challenge each time they face the Rome Braves.
The 2018 Rome Braves schedule has been released. Rome will open the season at home on April 5th at State Mutual Stadium with Hagerstown that begins a four game series and followed by a three game set with Charleston.
While people in Columbia, South Carolina, will have their gaze fixed upon the skies Monday afternoon to witness a natural phenomenon, the Rome Braves will be busy trying to win a ballgame.
When Asheville got a 1-0 lead at State Mutual Stadium on Wednesday evening, Rome starter Joey Wentz had to take a breath. Then he got the backing of his teammates to help out.