Braves Team Up with Comcast

In a move that spawned a thousand jokes, the Braves announced Monday that they would be partnering with Comcast to provide internet service and other technology to the new stadium and surrounding mixed use development.  Comcast will also take up office space in the office tower adjacent to the stadium.

The news is not entirely surprising considering the two already have a deal in place at the soon-to-be-destroyed Turner Field.  Maybe not the best publicity though, when a organization that has been getting crushed by the media for its seemingly endless series of missteps in moving to Cobb County announces it is teaming up with the cable company that was named as 2014’s “Worst Company in America” by the Consumerist.

As anyone who has had to deal with their technical support can tell you, that award is well deserved. 

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