The Tennessee Smokies baseball team has its home opener Wednesday night against the Mississippi Braves.

First pitch at Smokies Stadium is set for 7 p.m. ET.

"It is officially baseball season, and we are excited to get back on the field again," said Smokies President and COO Chris Allen in a news release.

Wednesday night’s game begins a four-game homestand for the Smokies.

Related: Click here to view the Smokies’ 2017 schedule

The team is featuring a 60-degree weather guarantee for Wednesday’s game. If the weather is below 60 degrees at first pitch, every fan in attendance can use their ticket stub for a free field-level ticket to any Smokies home game in April 2017.

The Smokies (2-3) enter Wednesday night’s game on a two-game losing streak. Tennessee went 58-81 during the 2016 campaign under manager Mark Johnson.

The Braves (3-2) are on a two-game winning streak headed into Wednesday’s game.

The Smokies and the Braves are the AA affiliates for the Chicago Cubs and the Atlanta Braves respectively.

Go to the Smokies’ website for more information.