Trustmark Park is the home of the Mississippi Braves, Class AA affiliate of the Atlanta Braves and is located in Pearl, Mississippi, USA. The ballpark, which opened April 18, 2005, has capacity for 8,480 fans. There are 5,500 chair-back seats in the reserved seating areas. The grass berm beyond the outfield walls has room for an additional 2,000 general admission customers. On August 13, 2006 a record crowd of 7,652 saw the M-Braves defeat the Huntsville Stars 4–2. The largest crowd to ever see a game at the park was the 2013 Governor's Cup in which 8,240 fans watched the Mississippi State Bulldogs defeat the Ole Miss Rebels, 5–1.

The ballpark derives its name from the sale of naming rights to Trustmark Corporation, headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi.


Trustmark Park features a 360-degree concourse that allows fans to circle the playing field without missing a pitch. The ballpark is in a recessed bowl with seating starting at the main level and proceeding downward. All support facilities face outward onto the concourse, thus spectators can leave their seats and not be separated from the game action.

Red bricks and exposed steel trusses reflect the feel of a historic ballpark, with modern-day conveniences.

The Farm Bureau Grill, beyond the right-field wall, is a full-service restaurant with a capacity for 200+ customers. The Farm Bureau Grill is open during games, and it is also open for lunch Monday through Friday year-round. The restaurant can also be rented throughout the year for special events such as holiday parties, wedding receptions, business functions, etc. There are eight baseball-themed concession stands that offer a wide variety of ballpark treats.

Twenty-two luxury suites that seat between 16 and 64 fans are climate controlled and equipped with flat screen televisions, refrigerators, ice makers, serving counters and sliding glass doors that open up to private seating areas. Suites are available for yearly and nightly rentals. The ballpark also includes a picnic pavilion located in the left field corner of the stadium and two party decks located on the suite level. The picnic pavilion can be rented on a nightly basis for groups of 100 to 350+ people. The first and third base party decks are also available on a nightly basis for groups of 30 to 50 fans. Many businesses host employee appreciation functions throughout the year.

There are 150 closed-circuit video monitors positioned around the ballpark televising the game. A merchandise store and a kids play area is located at the main gate. The team store is open Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5 PM year-round.


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