Unlimited food and beer with purchase of a $60 ticket at Braves games. Based on my time in the Atlanta airport, this would be a public health crisis of massive proportions, and time to buy stock in the company that makes that little cart that Paul Prudhomme uses. That is, it would be if anyone actually went to Braves games. I've said it before, but this charade has lasted long enough. The Braves should move back to Boston. A city that cannot sell out playoff games does not deserve a baseball franchise. There are still Braves loyalists in New England. This is an older fan base, but the Braves would do better with folks priced out of Fenway than they are now. In time, they could be the Clippers of baseball. Remarkably, the Home of the Braves is still more or less intact. With the demise of BU's football program, and the collapse of women's professional soccer, Nickerson Field is ready to welcome back the Braves. Certainly, the cash-strapped kleptocracy that is Boston University would welcome the rental revenue an MLB franchise would generate. Here's a map for Braves ownership.