Atlanta Braves Team History & Encyclopedia

Team Names: Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Braves, Boston Braves, Boston Bees, Boston Rustlers, Boston Doves, Boston Beaneaters, Boston Red Stockings

Seasons: 143 (1876 to 2018)

Record: 10600-10594, .500 W-L%

Playoff Appearances: 24

Pennants: 17

World Championships: 3

Events in Team History

Rookie Terry Moore of the Cardinals goes 6 for 6 and the rest of the Cards add another 12 hits to paste the Braves, 15 - 3.
Rookie Terry Moore of the Cardinals goes 6 for 6 and the rest of the Cards add another 12 hits to paste the Braves, 15 – 3.
Rookie Terry Moore of the Cardinals goes 6 for 6 and the rest of the Cards add another 12 hits to paste the Braves, 15 ...
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Future Hall of Fame outfielder Hugh Duffy is born
On November 26, 1866, future Hall of Fame outfielder Hugh Duffy is born in Cranston, Rhode Island. Along with fellow ...
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The Chicago Cubs acquire second baseman Dave Shean from the Boston Rustlers
1911 - The Chicago Cubs acquire second baseman Dave Shean from the Boston Rustlers for third baseman Scotty Ingerton and pitcher Big Jeff Pfeffer. This is the second time that ...
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Clifford Curtis of the Boston Braves sets a major league record by losing his 23rd consecutive game
Clifford Curtis of the Boston Braves sets a major league record by losing his 23rd consecutive game
On May 22, 1911, at the South End Grounds III (Boston) Clifford Curtis of the Boston Doves (Braves) sets a ...
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Pete Alexander pitches the Phils to a 1 - 0 win over Boston's 44-year-old Cy Young
Pete Alexander pitches the Phils to a 1 – 0 win over Boston’s 44-year-old Cy Young
24-yer-old Grover Alexander, winning a rookie-record 28 games, pitches the Phils to a 1 - 0 win over Boston's 44-year-old Cy Young. Alex gives up just ...
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Cy Young
Cy Young wins the 511th-and final game-of his Hall of Fame career
On September 22, 1911, Cy Young wins the 511th-and final game-of his Hall of Fame career. Young, pitching for the ...
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Johnny Evers is traded to the boston Braves
Johnny Evers is traded to the boston Braves
1914 - Declining to remain with the Chicago Cubs as a player after being fired as manager, second baseman Johnny Evers is traded to the Boston Braves for ...
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The Miracle Braves play an AM - PM Double Header at Fenway
The Miracle Braves play an AM – PM Double Header at Fenway
The Braves and Giants play an A.M.-P.M. twin bill in Boston on Labor Day. To accommodate the crowds, the Braves have moved their home ...
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Harvard Law School student George Davis no-hits the Phillies, 7-0 was first pitcher to throw a no-hiter at Fenway Park
Braves hurler George Davis, a Harvard Law School student who will retire after four seasons in the major leagues with ...
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Boston Braves clinch the pennant, completing an incredible second-half comeback
Boston Braves clinch the pennant, completing an incredible second-half comeback
On September 29, 1914, the Boston Braves clinch the pennant, completing an incredible second-half comeback. The Braves, who were in ...
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Brooklyn Robins reliever Pat Ragan throws an immaculate inning
Brooklyn Robins reliever Pat Ragan throws an immaculate inning
In the eighth, Robins reliever Pat Ragan throws an immaculate inning when he strikes out the first three batters he ...
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Boston Braves complete a remarkable sweep of the Philadelphia A’s to win the World Series
Boston Braves complete a remarkable sweep of the Philadelphia A’s to win the World Series
On October 13, 1914, At Fenway Park the "Miracle Braves" Boston Braves complete a remarkable sweep of the Philadelphia A’s ...
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1914 Boston Braves
Major League Baseball Season Recap 1914
Major League Baseball Season Recap 1914 World Series - Boston Braves NL over Philadelphia A's AL 4 games to 0 World Series MVP - Babe ...
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Charles Ebbets
The National League turns down a request from Brooklyn Robins owner Charles Ebbets, who had wanted limit of 2,000 seats that clubs can sell for 25 cents.
1916 - The National League turns down a request from Brooklyn Robins owner Charles Ebbets, who had wanted to impose a limit of 2,000 seats that ...
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The Giants ask for waivers on Chief Meyers, but Brooklyn and Boston both refuse the team's request.
The Giants ask for waivers on Chief Meyers, but Brooklyn and Boston both refuse the team’s request.
The Giants ask for waivers on Chief Meyers, but Brooklyn and Boston both refuse the team's request. When the Robins ...
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Christy Mathewson pitches the New York Giants to their 17th consecutive victory all on the road
Christy Mathewson pitches the New York Giants to their 17th consecutive victory all on the road
On May 29, 1916, future Hall of Famer Christy Mathewson pitches the New York Giants to their 17th consecutive victory, ...
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Tom Hughes
Tom Hughes of the Boston Braves finally pitches his no-hitter against the Pittsburgh Pirates
On June 16, 1916, Tom Hughes of the Boston Braves pitches a no-hitter against the Pittsburgh Pirates, winning the game, ...
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Lew McCarty bats out of order when a double switch isnt properly pulled off
4/12/1917 - In the top of the fourth, Lew McCarty pinch hit for the pitcher in the number nine spot in ...
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Boston Braves catcher Hank Gowdy becomes the first major leaguer to enlist in the military during World War I
On June 27, 1917, Boston Braves catcher Hank Gowdy becomes the first major leaguer to enlist in the military during ...
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The Boston Braves trade INF Jimmy Smith to the New York Giants for 1B Walter Holke.
The Boston Braves trade INF Jimmy Smith to the New York Giants for 1B Walter Holke.
1919 - The Boston Braves trade INF Jimmy Smith to the New York Giants for 1B Walter Holke ...
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New York Giants sell two-sport star Jim Thorpe to the Boston Braves
New York Giants sell two-sport star Jim Thorpe to the Boston Braves
On May 21, 1919, the New York Giants sell two-sport star Jim Thorpe to the Boston Braves for the waiver ...
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Lee Magee admits to National League president John Heydler and Chicago Cubs president William Veeck that he tried to "toss" a game
Lee Magee admits to National League president John Heydler and Chicago Cubs president William Veeck that he tried to “toss” a game
"Wanting to make a clean breast of things", Lee Magee admits to National League president John Heydler and Chicago Cubs president William Veeck that he tried to "toss" a game ...
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Boston Braves and Brooklyn Robins play the longest tie in history
Boston Braves and Brooklyn Robins play the longest tie in history
On May 1, 1920, the Boston Braves and Brooklyn Robins play the longest tie in history - a 26-innings marathon ...
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