Cordarrelle Patterson rocks custom Atlanta Braves World Series cleats


Keith farner | 2 hours ago

Cordarrelle Patterson is a longtime Braves Country member as the former Tennessee wide receiver grew up in Rock Hill, South Carolina, and now plays for the Atlanta Falcons.

Patterson and the city of Atlanta and beyond saw the recent success of the Atlanta Braves by winning the World Series last week in 6 games against the Houston Astros. He rocked custom spikes on Sunday for the Falcons game against the New Orleans Saints.

The game in New Orleans was a far cry from last week’s celebrations and parade in the Atlanta and Cobb County areas.

The parade began in downtown Atlanta, near the former home of the Braves at Turner Field, the Associated Press reported. The route took buses, tanks and vans past a memorial to the late Hall of Famer Hank Aaron at the site of the former Atlanta-Fulton County stadium. The procession then proceeded to Peachtree Street, where fans filled the sidewalks several rows deep.

Atlanta Police estimated that 300,000 to 400,000 fans attended the downtown portion of the parade.

Fan participation was equally strong for the last mile of the parade, which ended at what is now Des Braves’ Truist Park in suburban Cobb County. The stadium was packed. Thousands of additional fans filled the mixed entertainment complex outside the stadium.

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