Tickets to the Atlanta Braves

Atlanta Braves Tickets

JUL 21
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Washington Nationals vs. Atlanta Braves
Nationals Park, Washington, DC

MAR 26
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Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Atlanta Braves
Chase Field, Phoenix, AZ

MAR 27
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Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Atlanta Braves
Chase Field, Phoenix, AZ

MAR 28
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Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Atlanta Braves
Chase Field, Phoenix, AZ

MAR 29
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Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Atlanta Braves
Chase Field, Phoenix, AZ

MAY 01
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New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves
Citi Field, Flushing, NY

MAY 02
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New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves
Citi Field, Flushing, NY

MAY 03
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New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves
Citi Field, Flushing, NY

 

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About the Atlanta Braves

There are few things better than sitting in the stands, eating a hot dog, sipping on your favorite beverage, and watching the Atlanta Braves. One of the few things that’s actually better than that, is if the Braves beat up on their rivals, the New York Mets.

The Braves are in the National League East. From 1991 to 2005, the Bravos won their division 14 times. America’s Team played in five World Series in the 1990s and won it once in 1995. Their success earned them the nickname of “The Team of the 90s.”

The Braves play their home games at Turner Field. Famous Braves over the years include Hank Aaron, Warren Spahn, Eddie Mathews, Greg Maddux, John Smoltz, Tom Glavine, and Phil Niekro.

Atlanta Braves News

Newcomb's value depends highly on '19 growth
Sean Newcomb entered last June as an All-Star candidate and exited the regular season wondering if he had done enough to earn a spot on Atlanta's postseason roster. The inconsistent nature of his first full Major League season enhances the difficulty of projecting how valuable he might be to the Braves from both an immediate and long-term perspective.

Markakis enjoys reaping rewards of dedication
Braves manager Brian Snitker joked that he could almost detect a smile as he shared a phone conversation with Nick Markakis after the stoic outfielder re-signed with the club in January. Snitker and others actually saw that smile on Tuesday morning, when Markakis reported to Spring Training to begin his fifth season with the Braves and attempt to push the club past the rebuild he positively enriched through his leadership.

After grief and injury, Gohara sets the bar high
Having seen what Luiz Gohara had done upon his introduction to the big leagues the previous September, Freddie Freeman told Alex Anthopoulos the big left-hander might immediately became an All-Star. Instead, it became a year of awakening for the young hurler, who remains fueled by last year's disappointments.

 





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