@MBraves Wrap Road Trip, Drop Finale to Suns

Matt Juengel knocks three RBI singles, including go-ahead in seventh
By: Kyle Tait, Mississippi Braves

Jacksonville, FL – Matt Juengel provided three different RBI knocks including the go-ahead RBI in the 7th, and the Jacksonville Suns beat the Mississippi Braves 5-3 in a Memorial Day matinee at Bragan Field.

The loss for the Braves (24-20) wrapped up a 6-4 road trip and a 3-2 series in Jacksonville.  The Suns (17-27) took the last two games of the series, taking back-to-back contests for the first time since May 9th and 11th against Mobile and Pensacola.

Juengel made his first appearance in the box score in the first inning.  M-Braves starter Victor Mateo walked Austin Nola with two outs, and Viosergy Rosa singled for two men aboard.  Juengel drove Nola home to make it 1-0 early.

Mateo and Suns starter Chipper Smith settled in from there, holding the game scoreless until the fifth when Mississippi broke through for a 3-1 lead.

Emerson Landoni and Eric Garcia hit back-to-back singles, and Mateo laid down a sacrifice bunt thrown wildly past first to score Landoni and tie the game 1-1.  Mallex Smith laid down a bunt single for an RBI, extending his hit streak to six games.  Loman added to the lead with an RBI single to plate Mateo and make it 3-1.

The Suns came right back off Mateo in the bottom of the fifth.  With one out, Carlos Lopez singled to start a stretch of four straight hits.  Nola followed suit with a single, and Rosa and Juengel each drove in runs with singles to tie the game 3-3.

The game stayed tied until Ryan Weber (0-2) came on for his second relief frame in the seventh.  A one out double for Nola put the go-ahead run in scoring position, and Juengel obliged again with the go-ahead RBI single, a 4-3 Suns lead.

Weber suffered the loss, allowing a run on two hits over two relief innings.  Reliever Blake Logan (2-0) grabbed the win with a scoreless seventh.

The Suns extended the lead in the eighth against reliever Francisco Rondon, who loaded the bases and plated Sharif Othman from third on a wild pitch, making it 5-3.

Sean Donatello (S, 12) picked up his second save in as many days, working a 1-2-3 ninth inning.

The M-Braves have an off day on Tuesday before returning home Wednesday to welcome the Pensacola Blue Wahoos to Trustmark Park, opening a ten-game home stand.  Right-hander Jason Hursh (1-3, 6.35) takes the hill for Mississippi in the opener, with first pitch slated for 7:00 PM CT.

Listen live beginning at 6:30 PM CT on the flagship home of the Mississippi Braves, 103.9 WYAB, and online at MississippiBraves.com.

Mississippi Braves (24-20)                           3 R          7 H         1 E
Jacksonville Suns (17-27)                            5 R          10 H       2 E

W – Logan (2-0)
L – Weber (0-2)
S – Donatello (12)
Time: 2:40 (:05 delay)
Attendance: 3,551

Kyle Tait is in his fifth season as the radio voice of the Mississippi Braves, double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.  Follow him on Twitter: @MBravesRadio and hear more at HearKyleTait.com

Suns Blank @MByBraves to Snap Skid

M-Braves manage five hits, none out of the infield
By: Kyle Tait, Mississippi Braves

Jacksonville, FL – Mississippi managed just five infield hits off Suns starter Trevor Williams on Sunday night, and the Jacksonville Suns shutout the Braves 2-0 at Bragan Field.

The loss snapped a four-game win streak for the Braves (24-19), while ending a seven-game losing skid for the Suns (16-27).

The Suns scored both of their runs in the first off Braves starter Greg Ross (2-4).  Centerfielder Kenny Wilson singled and moved to second on an unassisted groundout to first base.  Austin Nola drove him home with a single, and a throwing error by Chris O’Dowd to first moved Nola to third.  Ryan Rieger grounded out to first for an RBI and a 2-0 lead.

Nobody scored the rest of the way.  Williams (1-6) threw 6 1/3 shutout innings on five hits—all on the infield.  Greg Ross took the loss, allowing two runs, one earned, on four hits over six innings.  He struck out two and walked one.

Juan Jaime and Bryton Trepagnier each pitched a scoreless frame to keep it close. Sean Donatello (S, 11) pitched a scoreless ninth for Jacksonville, picking up the save.

Mallex Smith knocked an infield hit and stole second in the first inning, extending his hit streak and steal streak to five games each.

With Biloxi’s 6-4 loss to Birmingham, the M-Braves stayed 1 ½ games back in second place in the South division first half race.

The Braves and Suns wrap up the series on Monday at 12:05 PM CT, with right-hander Victor Mateo (1-2, 2.83) slated to take the hill against Suns left-hander Chipper Smith (2-1, 4.60).

Listen live beginning at 11:30 PM CT on the flagship home of the Mississippi Braves, 103.9 WYAB, and online at MississippiBraves.com.

Mississippi Braves (24-19)                           0 R          5 H         1 E
Jacksonville Suns (16-27)                            2 R          4 H         0 E

W – Williams (1-6)
L – Ross (2-4)
S – Donatello (11)
Time: 2:23
Attendance: 5,938

Kyle Tait is in his fifth season as the radio voice of the Mississippi Braves, double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.  Follow him on Twitter: @MBravesRadio and hear more at HearKyleTait.com

Sunrise, Suns Set: @MBraves Take Series with Shutout

Jorge Reyes earns win in first start since 2013
By: Kyle Tait, Mississippi Braves

Jacksonville, FL – Jorge Reyes pitched five shutout innings in his first start since 2013 with the triple-A Tucson Padres, and the Mississippi Braves soared to a 6-0 win over the Jacksonville Suns at Bragan Field Saturday night to take the series.

Reyes (5-2) earned the win, striking out four over his five innings, and Mark Lamm and Andrew Robinson each pitched a scoreless pair of innings to close out the clean sheet.

The Braves (24-18) jumped on Jacksonville (15-27) starter Austin Brice right away.  Mallex Smith and Chris O’Dowd walked to start the first—with Smith caught stealing second—and David Rohm doubled for men at second and third.

KD Kang came through with a two-run single for a 2-0 lead.  Kevin Ahrens followed up with an RBI double to grow the lead to 3-0.

Mississippi tacked on two more in the third after Kang and Loman singled for two men on.  Emerson Landoni hit a sacrifice fly to right to make it 4-0, and a wild pitch brought Loman home for a 5-0 lead.

Brice (1-4) allowed five runs on eight hits over his four innings, walking three and taking the loss.

Mississippi added another run in the seventh off reliever Brian Ellington.  Kang walked with one out and Ahrens tagged his second RBI double of the game, stretching the lead to 6-0.

It was the Braves’ fourth straight win and their sixth in eight games.  The Suns’ dropped their seventh straight and their 11th in 12 games.

The win put the M-Braves at 6-2 on the current 10-game road trip.

Mississippi and Jacksonville square off in a rare Sunday night game—first pitch slated for 6:05 PM CT–before wrapping up the trip on Monday at 12:05 PM CT.  Right-hander Greg Ross (2-3, 5.40) goes to the mound for Mississippi against Jacksonville right-hander Trevor Williams (0-6, 6.25).

Listen live beginning at 5:30 PM CT on the flagship home of the Mississippi Braves, 103.9 WYAB, and online at MississippiBraves.com.

Mississippi Braves (24-18)                           6 R          11 H       0 E
Jacksonville Suns (15-27)                            0 R          7 H         1 E

W – Reyes (5-2)
L – Brice (1-4)
Time: 2:31
Attendance: 5,709

Kyle Tait is in his fifth season as the radio voice of the Mississippi Braves, double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.  Follow him on Twitter: @MBravesRadio and hear more at HearKyleTait.com

@MBraves Sneak by Suns for Third Straight W

Jenkins takes no-hitter into sixth
By: Kyle Tait, Mississippi Braves

Jacksonville, FL – Tyrell Jenkins took a no hitter into the sixth inning, and the Mississippi Braves held off a late Jacksonville Suns rally for a 3-2 win on Friday night at Bragan Field.

Mallex Smith finished the game with three hits, scoring twice, and Matt Lipka stole home to help build up the lead.

Smith led off the first inning with a line drive single to center.  Lipka was hit by a pitch, and Seth Loman grounded out to first for an RBI and a 1-0 Braves (23-18) lead.

In the third, Lipka was again hit by a pitch, KD Kang walked and Loman grounded into a force at second.  With men on the corners, Loman got caught up in a rundown intentionally, and Lipka broke for the plate for the M-Braves’ first steal of home since Mycal Jones did it against Tennessee on July 21, 2014.

The Braves made it 3-0 in the fifth.  Smith doubled with one out, stole third, and came in on a Lipka sacrifice fly.

All the while, Jenkins was mowing through the Suns order.  With just three walks allowed and no hits through five innings, Suns (15-26) pinch-hitter Matt Juengel led off the bottom of the sixth with a low-hopping single through the middle for a base hit, ending the bid.

Jacksonville threatened a late comeback.  Jenkins loaded the bases in the eighth with nobody out and gave way to the pen and Tyler Jones.  Jones allowed sacrifice flies to Kenny Wilson and Zack Cox to pull it to 3-2, but he got David Adams to ground out to second with the bases loaded to maintain the lead.

Jenkins (3-2) picked up the win, allowing just two runs on five hits over seven innings, striking out a season-high seven batters and walking three.  Jones grabbed his second hold of the year, and Ryan Kelly came on for his 10th save in 11 tries, pitching a scoreless ninth and stranding the tying run at second.

The Braves will try to make it four straight wins on Saturday night at 6:05 PM CT, with right-hander Jorge Reyes (4-2, 1.73) slated to make a spot start against Suns right-hander Austin Brice (1-3, 8.19).

Listen live beginning at 5:30 PM CT on the flagship home of the Mississippi Braves, 103.9 WYAB, and online at MississippiBraves.com.

Mississippi Braves (23-18)                           3 R          4 H         1 E
Jacksonville Suns (15-26)                            2 R          6 H         0 E

W – Jenkins (3-2)
L – Esch (3-3)
S – Weber (10)
Time: 2:26
Attendance: 6,469

Kyle Tait is in his fifth season as the radio voice of the Mississippi Braves, double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.  Follow him on Twitter: @MBravesRadio and hear more at HearKyleTait.com

Braves Hold Off Second Suns Rally for Extra-Inning Win

Suns tie it with a three-run ninth; M-Braves pull away again in 10th
By: Kyle Tait, Mississippi Braves

Jacksonville, FL – The Mississippi Braves pulled away to three run leads twice in the late innings, holding on in the tenth for an 8-7 series-opening, wild win over the Jacksonville Suns Thursday night at Bragan Field.

With the M-Braves (22-18) leading 5-2 in the Suns’ ninth, bases loaded and two outs, Mallex Smith had the final out in his glove, but he dropped the ball on the warning track and all three Suns (15-25) scored to force extras tied at 5-5.

In the tenth, Emerson Landoni singled on a flare down the right field line, plating Rio Ruiz for the Braves’ go-ahead run.  Eric Garcia doubled home two more for an 8-5 lead.

The Suns battled right back with an Austin Nola two-run double to pull it to 8-7 in the bottom of the 10th, but Ryan Weber got David Adams to ground out to third and end the game.

Jason Hursh took a no-decision, allowing two runs on ten hits over 6 1/3 innings of work, nabbing his second quality start, but Kendry Flores matched him with two runs, one earned, on four hits over seven innings.

With the game tied 2-2, Mississippi scored the first go-ahead run in the eighth when KD Kang dropped a bloop two-out single to score Smith.  They plated two more in the ninth on a Corban Joseph single, but a 5-2 lead wasn’t enough.

Francisco Rondon (2-0) blew his first save in the ninth with three unearned runs, but picked up the win.  Weber (S, 1) earned his first double-A save, and his first professional save since pitching for the advanced class-A Lynchburg Hillcats in 2012.  Reliever Sean Donatello (0-2) took the loss with five runs, three earned, on five hits over two frames.

Jacksonville started the scoring in the bottom of the first.  Carlos Lopez doubled and Kenny Wilson reached on an error by Kevin Ahrens for men at the corners.  A double-play to short brought the run in for a 1-0 lead.

Mississippi tied the game 1-1 in the top of the third.  Smith walked with two out, an errant pickoff throw moved him to second, and Corban Joseph drove him home with an RBI single.

The Suns pulled ahead again in the bottom of the third.  Lopez again led off with a double, and Nola drove him in with a knock for a 2-1 lead.

The Braves came right back to tie it 2-2 in the fifth when Matt Kennelly doubled and Smith had an RBI infield hit, one of three hits on the day.

Jacksonville threatened with the bases loaded in each of the final three frames, but Juan Jaime and Bryton Trepagnier got out of the seventh and eighth unscathed before the ninth inning error let the Suns break through.

The Braves continue the series in Jacksonville with the second of five games on Friday night at 6:05 PM CT, with right-hander Tyrell Jenkins (2-2, 3.00) taking the hill against Suns right-hander Jake Esch (3-2, 2.55).

Listen live beginning at 6:00 PM CT on the flagship home of the Mississippi Braves, 103.9 WYAB, and online at MississippiBraves.com.

Mississippi Braves (22-18)                           8 R          11 H       2 E
Jacksonville Suns (15-25)                            7 R          17 H       2 E

W – Rondon (2-0)
L – Donatello (0-2)
S – Weber (1)
Time: 2:50
Attendance: 4,712

Kyle Tait is in his fifth season as the radio voice of the Mississippi Braves, double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.  Follow him on Twitter: @MBravesRadio and hear more at HearKyleTait.com

@MBraves Fry Wahoos With Four-Run Ninth

Joseph drives in tying and go-ahead runs with single in ninth
By: Kyle Tait, Mississippi Braves

Pensacola, FL – Corban Joseph erased a late deficit with a two-run single in the ninth inning, and the Mississippi Braves came from behind to beat the Pensacola Blue Wahoos 5-2 to take the finale and the series on Wednesday night at Bayfront Stadium.

With the Braves (21-18) trailing 2-1 entering the ninth, Matt Kennelly got an infield hit and Eric Garcia walked, moving to second and third on a wild pitch.  Joseph, who entered the game in the eighth as part of a double switch, singled over second on a 1-2 pitch to give the M-Braves the lead.

Three batters later, Mallex Smith—also a late addition as a pinch runner in the eighth—singled for two more runs to make it 5-2.

Ryan Kelly (1-1) picked up the win, throwing a scoreless two innings to close it out.  Zack Weiss (0-2) blew a save and took the loss, his second of the series, allowing four runs on four hits over 2/3 innings.

Victor Mateo had another strong outing, allowing just a run on five hits over six frames and striking out a season-high six.  Wandy Peralta also took a no-decision for the Wahoos (17-23), allowing a run on two hits and six walks over six innings.

Mississippi struck first with a run in the second.  With two outs, Peralta walked Rio Ruiz and Kennelly, and Garcia singled to make it 1-0.

The Wahoos came back with a two-out RBI single from Ryan Wright in the third, tying the game 1-1.

It stayed tied until the 7th, when Beau Amaral went yard off reliever Andrew Robinson, his second home run of the year.  The solo shot bounced off the top of the right field wall to make it 2-1 Wahoos.

With the win, the M-Braves take the series 3-2, and they move to 2.5 games back in the South division race with 31 games left to play in the first half.  The first place Biloxi Shuckers had an off day on Wednesday.

Now the Braves continue their 10-game road trip with a five-game series at the Jacksonville Suns beginning Thursday night at 6:05 PM CT.  Right-hander Jason Hursh (1-3, 7.02) takes the hill for the Braves in the opener against Suns right-hander Kendry Flores (2-3, 2.06).

Listen live beginning at 6:00 PM CT on the flagship home of the Mississippi Braves, 103.9 WYAB, and online at MississippiBraves.com.

Mississippi Braves (21-18)                           5 R          7 H         0 E
Pensacola Blue Wahoos (17-23)                   2 R          7 H         0 E

W – Kelly (1-1)
L – Weiss (0-2)
Time: 2:51
Attendance: 3,207

Kyle Tait is in his fifth season as the radio voice of the Mississippi Braves, double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.  Follow him on Twitter: @MBravesRadio and hear more at HearKyleTait.com

Wahoos Take Second Straight from @MBraves

Pensacola surges to the lead with a four-run fifth
By: Kyle Tait, Mississippi Braves

Pensacola, FL – The Pensacola Blue Wahoos rode on the wings of a four-run fifth on Tuesday night to take the lead and take down the Mississippi Braves 7-4 at Pensacola Bayfront Stadium.

It was the second straight loss for the Braves (20-18), who lost ground in the South Division first half race.  Biloxi beat Jacksonville 7-6 in Huntsville, AL Tuesday night to grow their lead to three games over the M-Braves.

Mississippi broke a 1-1 tie in the top of the fifth on KD Kang and Chris O’Dowd RBI singles to make it 3-1, but the Wahoos (17-22) came right back in the bottom half of the inning.

With two out, Ryan Wright singled, Kyle Waldrop doubled him home to cut the lead to one, and Marquez Smith singled Waldrop home to tie the game 3-3.  After Greg Ross walked Kyle Skipworth, Seth Mejias-Brean doubled in two runs for a 5-3 lead that they would never relinquish.

Greg Ross (2-3) suffered the loss, allowing five runs on nine hits over five innings—four of those hits coming in the decisive fifth frame.  Daniel Wright (2-4) picked up the win for Pensacola, allowing three runs on seven hits in five innings with eight strikeouts and two walks.

The Braves threatened a comeback, pulling the deficit to 5-4 in the seventh.  Kang doubled and back-to-back groundouts from Seth Loman and O’Dowd moved him to third and brought him home, respectively.

Pensacola pulled away again with two runs in the eighth off reliever Tyler Jones.  First base replacement Ray Chang ripped a two-run single in his only at-bat to make it 7-4 for Pensacola.

Kevin Shackelford (S, 1) pitched two scoreless innings to close it out for his first save of the year.

Mallex Smith saw his hit streak end at 14 games with a 0-for-5 showing.  The streak is tied with Edward Salcedo (2013) and JC Boscan (2008-09) for 10th longest on the M-Braves’ all-time list.

Mississippi and Pensacola swapped runs in the early innings.  The Blue Wahoos scored in the first off a Smith RBI double.  The Braves came back in the top of the second when Eric Garcia singled home Loman.  Garcia and Kang each finished with two hits.

The M-Braves go for the series win in the rubber match with the Blue Wahoos on Wednesday night at 6:35 PM CT, with right-hander Victor Mateo (1-2, 3.10) slated to take the hill against Pensacola southpaw Wandy Peralta (2-3, 4.04).

Listen live beginning at 6:05 PM CT on the flagship home of the Mississippi Braves, 103.9 WYAB, and online at MississippiBraves.com.

Mississippi Braves (20-18)                           4 R          12 H       2 E
Pensacola Blue Wahoos (17-22)                  7 R          11 H       0 E

W – Wright (2-4)
L – Ross (2-3)
S – Shackelford (1)
Time: 2:44
Attendance: 3,090

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Kyle Tait is in his fifth season as the radio voice of the Mississippi Braves, double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.  Follow him on Twitter: @MBravesRadio and hear more at HearKyleTait.com

Ahrens Blast Not Enough, M-Braves Fall in Pensacola

First baseman blasted a three-run homer for the early lead
By: Kyle Tait, Mississippi Braves

Pensacola, FL – Kevin Ahrens launched his first home run of the year to give the Mississippi Braves an early lead, but that’s all the offense they would muster in a 4-3 loss to the Pensacola Blue Wahoos on Monday night at Bayfront Stadium.

It was the third one-run game in as many contests in the series.  The loss snapped a three-game win streak for the M-Braves (20-17).

Trailing 1-0 in the third, Mallex Smith singled on the infield, extending his hit streak to 14 games, tied for 10th all-time on the Braves’ franchise list.  Corban Joseph singled, and Kevin Ahrens blasted a Robert Stephenson fastball over the left field fence for a 3-1 lead.

The Wahoos (16-22) came surging back, scoring twice in the bottom of the third inning against reliever Mark Lamm, who committed two errors in the frame for two runs, one earned, tying the game 3-3.  With Ryan Wright standing at second, Kyle Skipworth clubbed an infield hit to first.  Lamm short-armed the throw and Wright came around third to score on the error.

Lamm threw a pickoff to first that got away, sending Skipworth to second, setting up a Seth Mejias-Brean RBI single to tie the game.

In the sixth, Juan Silva drove home the go-ahead run with a two-out double just fair inside the third base bag, plating Mejias-Brean from second for a 4-3 lead.

Jorge Reyes (4-2) suffered the loss in relief, allowing a run on three hits.  Starter Jake Brigham left the game in the first after taking a comebacker off the leg from Marquez Smith, an infield hit that scored the first Blue Wahoos run.

Robert Stephenson (2-4) nabbed the win, allowing three runs on six hits over six frames, striking out six and walking two.  Kyle McMyne (S, 2) picked up the save, allowing two hits in a scoreless ninth.

The Braves try to get back to winning baseball and take the series in Tuesday’s fourth of five games in Pensacola, with right-hander Greg Ross (2-2, 4.83) slated to toe the rubber against Pensacola right-hander Daniel Wright (1-4, 6.21).

Listen live beginning at 6:05 PM CT on the flagship home of the Mississippi Braves, 103.9 WYAB, and online at MississippiBraves.com.

Mississippi Braves (20-17)                           3 R          9 H         2 E
Pensacola Blue Wahoos (16-22)                  4 R          9 H         0 E

W – Stephenson (2-4)
L – Reyes (4-2)
S – McMyne (2)
Time: 2:33
Attendance: 3,604

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Kyle Tait is in his fifth season as the radio voice of the Mississippi Braves, double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.  Follow him on Twitter: @MBravesRadio and hear more at HearKyleTait.com

@MBraves Win in Extras Following Jenkins Gem

Jenkins fires seven shutout on three hits; Mallex Smith knocks in go-ahead in 10th
By: Kyle Tait, Mississippi Braves

Pensacola, FL – The Mississippi Braves bounced back after blowing a 9th inning lead, winning 3-2 in 10 innings over the Pensacola Blue Wahoos Sunday afternoon at Bayfront Stadium.

Mallex Smith drove in the go-ahead run off reliever Zack Weiss (0-1) with a lined single through the right side, plating Eric Garcia, who led off the 10th with a walk.

The blown save in the ninth sent starter Tyrell Jenkins home with a no-decision, but he fired seven shutout frames on just three hits.  Andrew Robinson (3-1) picked up his third win in relief after blowing his first save in the ninth.

With the Braves (20-16) leading 2-0 in the ninth, the Blue Wahoos (15-22) started the rally with a one-out double on the first pitch to Kyle Skipworth.  Ray Chang walked, and Juan Silva drove in Skipworth on a single to cut the lead to 2-1.

Pinch-hitter Marquez Smith forced extras, flying out to center to bring home pinch runner Beau Amaral and tie it 2-2.

The Braves started the scoring in the fifth, with Rio Ruiz driving in Chris O’Dowd with a double.  The double snapped an 0-for-25 spell for the 20-year-old third baseman, and it staked the Braves to a 1-0 lead.

Mississippi tacked on an insurance run in the ninth when Seth Loman knocked an RBI double to plate David Rohm for a 2-0 lead.

Tyler Jones nabbed the save, striking out the Wahoos side in the bottom of the 10th for his second door slam of the season.

It was the sixth win in seven tries and third in a row for Mississippi,

The Braves go for the series win in the third of five games Monday night at 6:35 PM CT, with right-hander Jake Brigham (3-2, 4.68) slated to start against Wahoos hurler Robert Stephenson (1-4, 5.65).

Listen live beginning at 6:05 PM CT on the flagship home of the Mississippi Braves, 103.9 WYAB, and online at MississippiBraves.com.

Mississippi Braves (20-16)                           3 R          10 H       1 E
Pensacola Blue Wahoos (15-22)                   2 R          5 H         0 E

W – Robinson (3-1)
L – Weiss (0-1)
S – Jones (2)
Time: 2:47
Attendance: 5,038

Kyle Tait is in his fifth season as the radio voice of the Mississippi Braves, double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.  Follow him on Twitter: @MBravesRadio and hear more at HearKyleTait.com

First Look at Tonight’s @MBraves Star Wars Jerseys

For the first time ever, the Mississippi Braves will don special edition Star Wars jerseys on Saturday night against the Montgomery Biscuits as part of Total Sci-Fi Night.  Here’s your first look:

Saturday night's Star Wars Jerseys

Saturday night’s Star Wars Jerseys

The jerseys will be auctioned off throughout Saturday night’s game, with fans taking the jerseys home immediately following the game.

Kyle Tait is in his fifth season as the radio voice of the Mississippi Braves, double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.  Follow him on Twitter: @MBravesRadio and hear more at HearKyleTait.com

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