Atlanta Braves can be regarded as the baseball gurus as they have a long and cherished history of about 150 years. The team has been active since 1871, and has been subjected to various name changes since then. They were earlier known as Boston Red Stockings, became Boston Braves in early 19th century, and then Milwaukee Braves in 1953. The team was known as Boston Bees and Boston Doves for a short while. It was in 1966 when the club moved to Atlanta and adopts its present name, Atlanta Braves. The city proved to be lucky for the club; it was here where Babe Ruth made his career home run record in 1974, and the success galore continued. Till yet, The Braves have won division title 16 times, along with 17 National League pennants and 3 World Series Championships. Their magnificent record has set hyper, paced and aggressive trends in the game.
Interestingly, the club is known as the only one so far to be the World Series winner representing 3 different cities. They won their first World Series Championship in 1914 as Boston Braves, second time in 1957 as Milwaukee Braves and third time as Atlanta Braves in 1995. The 1990s remained their most cherished decade so far as they won many important National League and divisional titles during this era. They are often called "The Team of the 90s" in reference to their stupendous run in this decade. Among the memorable wins, the Braves also got their present ballpark during this time. Turner Field was built in 1996 for Centennial 1996 Summer Olympic and therefore named as Centennial Olympic Stadium. Once the games were over, the stadium was converted to ballpark and became home to Atlanta Braves in 1997. The arena is built near the Braves' former ball park Atlanta Fulton County Stadium. Initially it had a capacity for 85,000, but now almost 49,000 seats are available in this baseball park. For the 2000 MLB All-Star Game, millions of dollars was spent on the renovation of Turner Filed and today it is considered as one of best ballparks in the country.
Atlanta Braves are known to attract huge crowd during their home games. Their incredible past performances compel their fans to catch each of their game with equal zeal and zest. The hearty baseball fans in Atlanta have many times over filled the stadiums than its actual capacity. As much as 53953 fans were present in the Turner Field to witness the Atlanta braves take on the St Louis Cardinals in July 2007. Home games of Atlanta Braves calls for massive jubilation in the city, and if the team wins the match, people of Atlanta celebrate the glory in style. Apart from this, the Bravos also enjoy support from other parts of the country, and this is evident from the houseful away stands during their games in other cities.
Currently, Atlanta Braves are aiming to reclaim a postseason berth in MLB. By looking at their rooster, we can say that they can do it quite easily. Their victory addicted fans are hoping to see them surface to new height this time, and the entire squad is working hard to meet these expectations. Whether they won or lose, they always provide a wholesome baseball experience for everyone who watches their games. After all it is their smart decisions and hard-hitting players that still give them an edge over other baseball clubs. Catch them live by booking the best deals on Atlanta Braves Tickets
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Like all the top franchises in MLB, the Braves boast a long list of hall of famers as well. Players like Hank Aaron, Phil Niekro, Warren Spahn, Eddie Mathews, Babe Ruth and Vic Willis have all featured in infamous Braves teams. The current roster features some excellent players as well including Chipper Jones, Derek Lowe and Tim Hudson, all capable of propelling the Braves to another historic season. Get your Atlanta Braves 2015 tickets
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Catch the reigning NL East division champion, Atlanta Braves, in action. Atlanta Braves have averaged a score of 92.5 wins per season in the past four years. Get an up close experience of the exciting baseball games by getting Spring Training Atlanta Braves tickets. The Braves would be exhibiting their skill set against tough opponents such as New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Detroit Tigers, Washington Nationals and more. All you passionate sports fans can now see it all live and cheer for your favorite team. Playing from the Eastern Division of the National League, Atlanta Braves are one of the most consistent regular-season baseball team. Associated members of the Major League Baseball, the Braves play their home games at the Turner Field whereas the spring training games are played at the Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Depicting a Native American warrior, the team emerged in 1912 under the name, the "Braves". They are popularly referred to as "the Bravos" as well as the "America's Team".
The Braves were recognized amongst the most successful franchises for the period 1991 to 2005. They won fourteen divisional titles, back to back. In 2010, the Braves returned to the playoffs as the National League Wild Card. The qualifying element included winning the NL West 1991–93 and the NL East 1995–2005. John Schuerholz is the President of Baseball Operations of the team. Owned by Liberty Media, the team is led by manager Fredi González and general manager Frank Wren. The team originated as the Boston Red Stockings 1871 and played with the name till 1875. Before becoming the Atlanta Braves in 1966, the team was re-named eight times. No matter what the name magnificent players won numerous awards and titles including ‘Most Valuable Player’, ‘Comeback Player of the Year Award’, “MLB ‘This Year in Baseball Awards’”, ‘World Series MVP’, Major League Baseball All-Century Team (1999) ’ and more.
In the nineties, the thriving team advanced to the World Series five times to win the title and finally succeeded in 1995. The Braves played representing the National League for the first time in 1876. Since then the franchise has won seventeen National League pennants, sixteen Divisional Titles and three World Series championships. The Braves won the World Series in three different home cities, making them the only Major League Baseball team to do so. In 1990, the team created shockwaves with the trade of Dale Murphy for Victor Rosario, Jeff Parrett and Jim Vatcher. In 1993, the team won the NL after one of the most exciting stretch runs. It was the first team to do so in the history of baseball. By winning their first World Series in thirty-eight years, the Braves became the "Team of the 90's".
Backing up glorious victories was a team of remarkable players. The Baseball Hall of Famers include incredible players such as Earl Averill, Dave Bancroft, Dan Brouthers, Orlando Cepeda, Bobby Cox, Tom Glavine, Bruce S and more. Given the growing list of the Braves, All-Star closer, Craig Kimbrel showed interest in joining the team and jumping on board for the Spring Season 2014. Get Spring Training Atlanta Braves tickets and become a part of this Spring Training excitement. The spring games hold America's Most Magical Pastime for the baseball lovers. So clear your schedules, call your friends and book your seats for the games as soon as possible.