Atlanta Braves

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Atlanta Braves
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Year Founded: 1871
Colors: red, blue, white
Mascot: Rally, Homer
Championships: 3
Website: http://braves.mlb.com/
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The Atlanta Braves are a Major League Baseball team in the East Division of National League East Division. The team was founded in Milwaukee but moved to Atlanta, Georgia, in 1965.[1]

World Series Titles: 3 (1914, 1957, 1995)

National League Pennants: 10 (1914, 1948, 1957, 1958, 1969, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1999)

Contents

Roster

*Not on active roster
**Not on 40 man roster

Pitchers

  • 38 - Buddy Carlyle
  • 51 - Jesse Chavez
  • 48 - Tommy Hanson
  • 15 - Tim Hudson
  • 49 - Jair Jurrjens
  • 11 - Kenshin Kawakami
  • 32 - Derek Lowe
  • 54 - Kris Medlen
  • 58 - Peter Moylan
  • 56 - Vladimir Nunez
  • 34 - Eric O'Flaherty
  • 37 - Jo-Jo Reyes
  • 40 - Jeff Ridgway
  • 40 - Takashi Saito
  • 13 - Billy Wagner

Catchers

  • 16 - Brian McCann
  • 28 - David Ross

Infielders

  • 26 - Brooks Conrad
  • 19 - Yunel Escobar
  • 25 - Troy Glaus
  • 8 - Ruben Gotay
  • 20 - Eric Hinske
  • 4 - Omar Infante
  • 10 - Chipper Jones
  • 14 - Martin Prado

Outfielders

  • 53 - Melky Cabrera
  • 23 - Matt Diaz
  • 30 - Reid Gorecki
  • 22 - Jason Heyward
  • 24 - Nate McLouth
  • 20 - Greg Norton

Minor League Affiliates

The minor league affiliates of the Braves are

  • AAA - Richmond Braves
  • AA - Mississippi Braves
  • A Adv. - Myrtle Beach Pelicans
  • A - Rome Braves

References

  1. Glen Gendzel, "Competitive Boosterism: How Milwaukee Lost the Braves". Business History Review 1995 69(4): 530-566.

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