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Braves' ST facility named CoolToday Stadium

Atlanta will host Rays on March 24 in inaugural game there
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ATLANTA -- Braves executives traveled to North Port, Fla., on Tuesday to announce that CoolToday, an air conditioning and air quality services company, has been awarded the naming rights for the team's new Spring Training stadium.

CoolToday Park will soon become a recognizable location for Braves fans, who will see their team open its new Spring Training stadium during a March 24 exhibition game against the Rays. The stadium and the remainder of the surrounding North Port facility will begin serving as Atlanta's full-time spring home in 2020.

ATLANTA -- Braves executives traveled to North Port, Fla., on Tuesday to announce that CoolToday, an air conditioning and air quality services company, has been awarded the naming rights for the team's new Spring Training stadium.

CoolToday Park will soon become a recognizable location for Braves fans, who will see their team open its new Spring Training stadium during a March 24 exhibition game against the Rays. The stadium and the remainder of the surrounding North Port facility will begin serving as Atlanta's full-time spring home in 2020.

"This is a new chapter in Braves history and one that strengthens Florida as our home away from home," president and CEO of Braves Development Company Mike Plant said. "CoolToday and the Braves share deep roots in the state of Florida, and we couldn't imagine a more perfect partner for this facility."

The Braves will train and spend a majority of this year's Spring Training at ESPN's Wide World of Sports complex, which has served as their spring home since 1999. But before breaking camp and returning to Atlanta for the start of the 2019 regular season, they will open CoolToday Park with the tilt against the Rays, who train about 10 miles east in Port Charlotte, Fla.

Mark Bowman has covered the Braves for MLB.com since 2001.

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