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05/21/2007 3:40 PM ET
Atlanta Braves name Greg Heller vice president and general counsel
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The Atlanta Braves announced today that Greg Heller has been named Vice President and General Counsel for the team. Heller has been the Assistant Team Counsel for the Braves since 2000 in addition to serving in a dual role as Senior Counsel for Turner Sports and Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. ("TBS").

Heller will oversee and be responsible for all legal aspects of the Braves organization including stadium and business operations, sales and marketing matters, baseball operations and minor league operations.

As Senior Counsel for TBS Sports, Heller managed and oversaw the day-to-day affairs for the TBS sports legal group and provided guidance on legal and business affairs for all of the TBS sports business units, including the Braves and their four minor league teams, Turner Sports television group (and its NBA, NASCAR, PGA, British Open and MLB properties), and the Turner Sports new media group. Heller was also previously Counsel to the Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Thrashers, Philips Arena and the Goodwill Games.

Heller earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Marketing and Management at Indiana University, before going on to complete his law degree at Marquette University.

The Atlanta Braves is Major League Baseball's winningest franchise since 1991. During that time, Braves teams have earned 14 division championships, five National League pennants and a World Series title. Based in Atlanta since 1966, the Braves franchise is the longest continuously operating franchise in Major League Baseball. Atlanta Braves games are telecast on TBS, FSN South and SportSouth, with radio broadcasts heard in Atlanta on 640 WGST and 94.9 The Bull and regionall on the Atlanta Braves Radio Network.

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