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The defending NL Eastern Division champion Atlanta Braves look to repeat with a roster featuring young, exciting players. Rising shortstop Andrelton won the Gold Glove in his sophomore campaign, first baseman Freddie Freeman (.319/.396/.501) has emerged as one of the top clutch hitters in baseball, and third baseman Chris Johnson challenged for the NL batting title last season, before finishing second, with a .321 average. All-Star catcher Brian McCann left via free agency, but that will mean more swings for fan favorite Evan Gattis, who hammered 21 homers and knocked in 65 runs, in only 382 at bats.
The Braves sported the lowest ERA in the majors last season and key returnees in the starting rotation include left-handed starter Mike Minor, hard-throwing 23-year Julio Teheran, and stalwart Kris Medlen. The Braves will again have one of the best bullpens in baseball, led by flame-throwing closer, Craig Kimbrel. Manager Fredi Gonzalez’s job will be easier in 2014, if he can get more production from second baseman Dan Uggla and center fielder B.J. Upton, and if right fielder Jason Heyward can stay healthy.
The key home games you will want to have Front Row Seats in 2014 are against Eastern Division rival Washington Nationals, NL champion St. Louis Cardinals, World Series champion Boston Red Sox, NL West champion LA Dodgers and AL West champion Oakland A’s. 2014 Atlanta Braves Opening Day is against the New York Mets.
The Atlanta Braves are famous for winning fourteen straight division championships, being the oldest continuously operating sports franchise in America, having the largest radio network in Major League Baseball, and Hank Aaron eclipsing Babe Ruth’s career home run record.
Founded in Boston in 1871, the franchise has a rich and storied past. Originally called the Red Stockings, the franchise has also been called the Beaneaters, Doves, Rustlers and Bees. In 1912 the “Braves” name was born.
Citing dwindling fan interest in Boston, the Braves relocated to Milwaukee in 1953. Led by power-hitting outfielder Hank Aaron, and crafty left-handed starter Warren Spahn, the Braves rewarded the adoring city with a World Championship in 1957.
Unfortunately, the love affair between the Braves and Milwaukee was short-lived, and once again decreasing fan interest resulted in the Braves relocating, this time to Atlanta, Georgia, in 1966.
When the Braves moved to Atlanta, they played in brand new, Atlanta Stadium. The first ten years the team struggled, making only one playoff appearance.
The face of the Braves changed in 1976 when media mogul Ted Turner purchased the team. Atlanta Stadium was renamed Atlanta Fulton-County Stadium and Turner featured the Braves on his WTBS superstation. The Braves stadium became known as the "Launching Pad" because the high elevation made it easier for hitters to smash home runs. At the time, the market for Atlanta Braves tickets was marginal. But, the exposure brought Atlanta Braves baseball into homes nationwide, and resulted in the Braves being dubbed “America’s Team.”
With Ted Turner’s money, general manager John Schuerholz’s shrewd moves, and manager Bobby Cox leading the way, the Atlanta Braves had one of the greatest regular season runs in professional sports history. Soon, Atlanta Braves tickets became one of the most valuable seats in baseball. Between 1991 and 2005, the Braves won 14 straight division championships. (The 1994 season was terminated due to the players’ strike, with the Montreal Expos six games ahead of the Braves, with 48 games left to play.)
The early 90s to 2005 run of division championships also produced the Braves' lone world championship. In 1995, the Braves won the World Series, beating the Cleveland Indians in six games. Tom Glavine shut out the Indians through eight innings and outfielder David Justice’s solo homer accounted for the only run in the decisive game six.
Braves in the Hall of Fame include Hank Aaron, Bobby Cox, Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, Eddie Mathews, Phil Niekro, and Warren Spahn.
The Braves currently play in Turner Field (nicknamed “The Ted”), the 1996 Olympic Stadium that was converted to accommodate the Braves. Although considered to be one of the better stadiums in the league, the Braves are scheduled to relocate in 2017 to a new stadium in a northern suburb, Cobb County.
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