PEARL, Miss. Joe Terdoslavich hopes he doesnt have to come back to Trustmark Park.
"Unless we do this again in the future sometime, he said.
It's not because Terdoslavich doesnt enjoy the Double-A Braves' park. He's just one of several promising minor leaguers ready to make Turner Field a permanent home. Terdoslavich was one of 23 Braves prospects taking on the parent club Saturday, in Atlanta's final exhibition before Mondays opener against Philadelphia.
Atlantas Braves beat the franchises Future Stars 10-0, behind a long-ball display that fans expect to see all season. Atlanta got back-to-back homers from Dan Uggla and Chris Johnson in the first inning and a blast from newcomer Evan Gattis that cleared the outfield seating in left field in the seventh.
Future Stars manager Bobby Cox said his minor leaguers got plenty from the experience, especially a roster full of promising pitchers watching Mike Minor allow two hits before retiring 11 straight.
"It's always good to watch m...