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Events for "Braves All-Stars vs. Future Stars Game" Announced
Plenty of special opportunities highlight April 3 game at Coolray Field
03/26/2012 2:12 PM ET

Check out the full timeline of events for April 3

Lawrenceville, GA - The Gwinnett Braves, in conjunction with the Atlanta Braves, have announced the event lineup for Tuesday, April 3 as Coolray Field hosts the first-ever "Atlanta Braves All-Stars vs. Future Stars Game." There will be special events for Season Ticket Holders starting at 3:30 PM, while the general public can join in on the fun starting at 4:30 PM.

Gates open for Season Ticket Holders only at 3:30 PM, and fans entering at that time will be greeted by notable Atlanta Braves alumni. From 3:40 to 4:20 PM, Season Ticket Holders are invited to participate in a "High-5 Parade" with all of the Braves active players and prospects participating on the Coolray Field warning track.

Fans entering at 4:30 PM will be able to catch the majority of Atlanta Braves batting practice, lasting until 5:25 PM. Afterward, the Future Stars team will take to the field for batting practice, lasting until 6:15 PM. Throughout both teams' workouts, fans will be able to enjoy player interviews on the Coolray Field video board.

From 5:30 to 6:00 PM, a Q&A session with selected Braves players, coaches and management will take place in the Home Plate Club for fans with Home Plate Club seats. Selected Season Ticket Holders will be able to participate in an exclusive meet and greet with Braves players, coaches and management from 5:30 to 6:00 PM in the Super Suite as well.

After full team introductions, including Braves' manager Fredi Gonzalez and Future Stars' manager Bobby Cox, the game will begin at 7:05 PM.

Tickets for all Gwinnett Braves games including the "Atlanta Braves All-Stars vs. Future Stars Game" on April 3 are on sale now at the Coolray Field Box Office. Call (678) 277-0340 or visit for more information.

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