August 8 Friday, 7:35 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
August 9 Saturday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
August 10 Sunday, 8:00 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
August 11 Monday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
August 12 Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
August 13 Wednesday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
August 14 Thursday, 12:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
August 15 Friday, 7:35 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
August 16 Saturday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
August 17 Sunday, 1:35 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
August 29 Friday, 7:35 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
August 30 Saturday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
August 31 Sunday, 5:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 1 Monday, 1:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 2 Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 3 Wednesday, 12:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 15 Monday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 16 Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 17 Wednesday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 19 Friday, 7:35 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 20 Saturday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 21 Sunday, 1:35 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 22 Monday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 23 Tuesday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 24 Wednesday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
September 25 Thursday, 7:10 PM
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA
December 31 Wednesday, TBA
Turner Field - Atlanta, GA


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Originally based in Boston and Milwaukee, the Braves moved to Atlanta in 1966. The club has won three World Series championships in their storied history and 14 consecutive National League East division titles from 1991 to 2005. In 2009, the Braves ended the regular season in third place wi... More

Atlanta Braves Information

Originally based in Boston and Milwaukee, the Braves moved to Atlanta in 1966. The club has won three World Series championships in their storied history and 14 consecutive National League East division titles from 1991 to 2005. In 2009, the Braves ended the regular season in third place with a 86-76 record.

The 2010 Braves placed second with a 91-71 record. 2011 started off with new manager, Freddi Gonzalez, after beloved former manager, Bobby Cox, retired after the 2010 season. Going into September, the Braves had an eight and a half game lead in the NL Wild Card race, but lost it on the last day of the season. In 2012, the Braves are looking forward to leaving 2011 behind and getting off to a good start in order to knock the Phillies out of first place.