1. Wall of Fame

Check out the Wall of Fame to see all of the best players to have come through Mississippi over the years. The Wall of Fame honors greats such as Julio Teheran, so make sure to see it during your trip to Trustmark Park.

2. Family Fun Zone

If you’re taking the kids to the game, stop by the Family Fun Zone for some family entertainment. Here you’ll find inflatables, a speed pitch, a wiffle ball cage, and more.

3. Extra Innings Team Store

The Extra Innings Team Store sells a wide variety of M-Braves merchandise, making it the perfect place to pick up a souvenir from your trip to Mississippi. The store sells everything from caps to jerseys to foam fingers, so you won’t have to worry about going home empty-handed.

 

4. Farm Bureau Grill

Those of you who want to enjoy a sit-down meal at the game will want to stop by the Farm Bureau Grill. The Farm Bureau Grill is open throughout the game and offers an incredible view of the action from beyond the right field wall.

5. Autographs

Make sure to get an autograph from your favorite M-Brave before the game. Players give autographs from the time gates open until the start of the game, so take the opportunity to get as many signatures as possible.

6. Mascots

Keep an eye out for the M-Braves four mascots who get into all kinds of shenanigans during the game. You won’t want to miss appearances by Trusty, Tommy Hawk, Mr. Ippi, and Mrs. Ippi during the game.

7. Between Innings Entertainment

At M-Braves games, there are a few between inning entertainment events you can always count on including the dizzy bat race, mascot race, human hamster race, and singing of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” during the 7th inning stretch. Don’t miss any of these fun events as they’re can’t-miss parts of any M-Braves game.

8. Kids Run the Bases

When attending a Sunday game, take advantage of the opportunity for kids under 14 to run the bases after the game. Kids love the opportunity to take the field just like their heroes, making this a fun event for all kids.

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