The Atlanta Braves is the oldest continuously operating sports franchise in America. Birthed in Boston as the Red Stockings in January of 1871, the eventual Braves sojourned in Milwaukee from 1953-1965 before landing permanently in Atlanta. Through times of dominance and dearth, the enduring franchise has captured 17 National League pennants, three of which were carried through to World Series titles: in the renowned Miracle season of 1914, as well as in 1957 and 1995.
Bobby Cox, Tom Glavine, Phil Niekro, John Smoltz, and the great Hank Aaron all wear an Atlanta Braves cap insignia on their Hall of Fame plaque depictions, and pitching powerhouse Greg Maddux enjoyed his greatest successes and the longest stretch of his career with the franchise. Maddux is the all-time record holder for Gold Glove awards in any position (eighteen) and is tied for most consecutive Cy Young awards (four).
A visit to Turner Field with Atlanta Braves tickets in hand is a must for Atlanta area residents, visitors, Braves fans, and plain lovers of baseball alike. Combining the nostalgic environment of old-fashioned baseball and state-of-the-art technology and entertainment, Turner Field has housed the Braves and its fans since 1997 and has since been a benchmark for modern park design. To grab your Braves tickets and join the home crowd in the “Tomahawk Chop,” check out Best Available Tickets for the best available prices. See you there!