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 Boston and later relocated to Milwaukee before moving 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)

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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