Found August 01, 2012 on Love My Bravos:
The water tower near Knights Stadium (which is actually in Fort Mills, SC instead of Charlotte. Go figure).   Below is Suzanna's story, followed by her pictures and captions... ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ On Sunday (the 29th) my parents and I went to watch the GBraves play the Charlotte Knights at the Knights’ home stadium. It was a really fun game, until the eighth inning, anyway. That’s when the Knights tied the GBraves, and then in the ninth they broke the tie to win 3-2. Drat. Anyway, we arrived at Knights Stadium about a half an hour before game time, mainly because I am an autograph hunter. Apparently Sundays are great days to go to a Knights’ game, because there weren’t very many people there at all. And I’m happy to say that we were not the only Braves fans in attendance (my mom guestimates that about one fifth of the fans there were cheering for our GBraves). When we first got into the stadium, J.C. Boscan and Julio Teheran were the only players ou...
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