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ATLANTA BRAVES
The Atlanta Braves trace their roots back to the very beginnings of baseball in the U.S. They formed in Boston eventually taking the name of Braves in 1912. In the early 1950s, attendance dwindled as the team struggled and the franchise packed up and moved to Milwaukee in 1953.

When the team was sold in 1962, the new owner began shopping the franchise to a bigger television market. In 1966, the Braves moved to Atlanta where they have remained ever since. The Braves have a long and checkered past that includes several periods of great success.

With the Braves history of championships, they are one of the more watched teams on TV. They are featured on national broadcasts on ESPN, FOX Sports, and the MLB Network. Locally, fans can watch nearly the complete Atlanta Braves schedule on FOX Sports South. Fans on the go can always catch the full Braves schedule via live stream on the FOX Sports GO app or at MLB.TV.

HOME OF THE BRAVES
When the franchise moved to Atlanta, it was first housed in the old Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium. The team moved to Turner Field in 1997 and recently (2017) began play in the new Truist Park, formerly known as SunTrust Park. The stadium is located just north of downtown Atlanta and seats 41,084 fans for Braves games.

CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY
The Braves have won just three World Series titles (1914, 1957, and 1995), but have accumulated a number of NL Division titles and NL pennants. Originally a member of the NL West, the Braves won division titles in 1969, 1982, 1991, 1992, 1993. After moving to the East, the Braves won 11 straight division crowns between 1995 and 2005. They also won the NL East in 2013, 2018, and 2019 for a grand total of 19 division titles.

The franchise has won 17 NL pennants (1877, 1878, 1883, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1897, 1898, 1914, 1948, 1957, 1958, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, and 1999. Twice, the Braves have been a MLB wild card (2010, 2012).

BEST OF THE BRAVES
The Braves have had a number of stars throughout the years. The one name synonymous with Braves baseball is former career home run leader Hank Aaron. The Hall of Fame outfield played 21 seasons with the Braves in both Milwaukee and Atlanta. Aaron holds the record for most All-Star Game selections with 25. He led the NL in homers in four seasons, one of which was 1957 the same season he won the NL MVP and led the Braves to a World Series title. He finished his career with 3,771 hits and 755 home runs.

The Braves have had some amazing pitchers through the years, three of which totaled 300 or more career wins. Warren Spahn won 363 games in his 21-year career. All but one season was with the Braves. Greg Maddux is the only pitcher in MLB history to win at least 15 games for 17 straight seasons. He finished his career with 355 wins and four NL Cy Young Awards. Tom Glavine spent 17 years with the Braves and won two Cy Young Awards in Atlanta. Glavine finished his 22-year MLB career with 305 victories.