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Rome Braves

Rome Braves
Founded in 2003
Rome, Georgia
Team logo Cap insignia
Class-level
Current Class A (2003–present)
Minor league affiliations
League South Atlantic League (2003–present)
Division Southern Division
Major league affiliations
Current Atlanta Braves (2003–present)
Minor league titles
League titles (1) 2003
Division titles (1) 2003
Team data
Nickname Rome Braves (2003–present)
Ballpark State Mutual Stadium (2003–present)
Owner(s)/
Operator(s)
Atlanta National League Baseball Club, Inc.
Manager Jonathan Schuerholz
General Manager Michael Dunn

The Rome Braves are a Class-A Atlanta.

Home games are played at State Mutual Stadium, which was built entirely from a SPLOST tax before State Mutual paid for the naming rights, opened April 11, 2003 and seats 5,105. In addition to three levels of regular seating, the stadium also features a lawn seating area known as "Applebee's Home Run Hill." There are also 14 suites for VIP fans.

Contents

  • Team management 1
  • Team mascots 2
  • Records 3
  • Notable former players 4
  • Current roster 5
  • Notes 6
  • External links 7

Team management

Matt Walbeck, but he did not last through the season, and was replaced by Rick Albert. To bring stability back to the team, Ingle returned to manage the team for its 2012 and 2013 seasons.

As the team's general manager, Michael Dunn is in charge of the front office staff, while Jim Jones is the assistant general manager.

Team mascots

The Rome Braves have three mascots, Romey, Roxie, and introduced for the 2015 season their "son" Roman. Romey is a tall (six-foot-three-inch), blue, furry humanoid male mascot with yellow hair, while Roxie, who was added to the team after the 2005 season, is five-feet-five-inches tall, humanoid, a lighter blue, and has a large yellow ponytail.

Records

Season records[1]

Season First Half Record Second Half Record Overall Record
2003 36–33, 4th place South 42–28, 1st place South 78–61, 2nd place South
2004 40–30, 3rd place South 30–40, 7th place South 70–70, 3rd place South
2005 39–29, 3rd place South 33–36, 6th place South 72–65, 4th place South
2006 42–28, 1st place South 29–40, 6th place South 71–68, 5th place South
2007 29–41, 7th place South 37–33, 6th place South 66–74, 6th place South
2008 22–47, 8th place South 34–34, 6th place South 56–81, 8th place South
2009 35–35, 5th place South 31–38, 6th place South 66–73, 6th place South
2010 30–39, 6th place South 29–41, 7th place South 59–80, 7th place South
2011 25–45, 7th place South 35–35, 5th place South 60–80, 5th place South
2012 18–52, 7th place South 44–24, 1st place South 62–72, 7th place South
2013 36–33, 5th place South 37–33, 2nd place South 73–66, 4th place South

Notable former players

Current roster

Notes

  1. ^ South Atlantic League - Baseball-Reference.com
  2. ^ a b c d 2003 Rome Braves Statistics and Leaders - Baseball-Reference.com
  3. ^ a b 2005 Rome Braves Statistics and Leaders - Baseball-Reference.com
  4. ^ 2007 Rome Braves Statistics and Leaders - Baseball-Reference.com
  5. ^ a b c d 2004 Rome Braves Statistics and Leaders - Baseball-Reference.com
  6. ^ a b c 2006 Rome Braves Statistics and Leaders - Baseball-Reference.com
  7. ^ Brandon Jones Statistics (Minor Leagues) - Baseball-Reference.com
  8. ^ "Baseball-reference". Retrieved 2012-06-20. 
  9. ^ , accessed 7/20/09Braves400"Phil Niekro Award: Braves Outstanding Minor League Pitcher,"
  10. ^ Rome News - Tribune

External links

  • Official Rome Braves website
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