How would you like to be in a fantasy football league with members of the Atlanta Braves?
Well, here’s your chance. This is a unique experience that combines your love of fantasy football, your love of the Braves and your generosity to charity. The draft will be held Friday, August 15th at Turner Field’s 755 Club. You’ll be in a fantasy football league with Freddie Freeman, Chris Johnson, Craig Kimbrel, Gavin Floyd, Gerald Laird and John Smoltz.
Donors will be eligible for the once-in-a-lifetime draft Friday that also includes field access to batting practice and an exclusive tour of Turner Field. But you’ll also be able to say you’re in a fantasy football league with members of the Braves, including weekly interaction and competition with Atlanta’s big leaguers and have a chance to win great prizes.
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