Based in Atlanta, Georga since 1966, the Braves were one of the most successful organizations in the 1990s and 2000s. Thanks to the likes of Chipper Jones, Tom Glavine, John Smoltz and Greg Maddux, the Braves flourished. Atlanta was the king of the NL West from 1991-93 and when the MLB placed the Braves in the NL East, they won the divisional crown from 1995-2005 and won a World Series title in 1995. Thanks to this storied run by the team, the above four players had their numbers retired by the franchise as did manager Bobby Cox.
No longer the scourge of the NL, the Braves are in rebuilding mode and so far, the reno is not going well. They’ve endured three straight losing campaigns and in 2016, the Braves sunk to the basement of the NL East, Atlanta’s first finish on the bottom since 1990.
Atlanta Braves Next Regular Season Game
The next game for the Atlanta Braves can be found here and the cry of there’s always tomorrow could be the Braves’ mantra, because in Atlanta’s case, today is not often their day.
Atlanta Braves Game Schedule
Who are the Braves playing today? Which team is coming to Atlanta next? When do the Braves embark upon their next road trip?
All that information is available below in the Atlanta Braves game schedule. With a new ballpark for 2017, SunTrust Park, it make take the Braves some time to develop a home-field advantage.
You might want to bet against the Braves when they are playing Washington or the Dodgers. Atlanta was 4-15 against the Nationals in 2015-16 and 1-5 when playing Los Angeles.
What Are The Current Atlanta Braves Standings
Looking for the current Atlanta Braves standings? Well, like Drake, you might want to get started from the bottom. That’s where Atlanta finished in 2016, last in the NL East.
When manager Fredi Gonzalez started 9-28 and then gave way to Brian Snikter, it meant that the Braves had more managers in 2016 then they had from 1991-2010, when Bobby Cox spent 20 seasons at the Atlanta helm before giving way to Gonzalez.
|1||Los Angeles Dodgers||102||67||35||557||392||0.657|
|2||New York Yankees||98||64||34||558||420||0.653|
|8||Tampa Bay Rays||102||57||45||466||382||0.559|
|10||Boston Red Sox||100||54||46||566||514||0.540|
|13||St. Louis Cardinals||98||51||47||442||426||0.520|
|15||Los Angeles Angels||101||52||49||520||505||0.515|
|18||San Francisco Giants||100||50||50||442||484||0.500|
|20||San Diego Padres||99||47||52||439||484||0.475|
|22||Chicago White Sox||96||44||52||408||506||0.458|
|23||New York Mets||99||45||54||466||495||0.455|
|26||Toronto Blue Jays||101||38||63||441||520||0.376|
|28||Kansas City Royals||101||37||64||441||517||0.366|
A Freeman In Atlanta
As long as they have Freddie Freeman at first base, there will always be reason for hope and optimism in Atlanta. Freeman is a pure baseball stud, capable of hitting for both power and average.
Freeman, who won’t turn 28 until near the end of the 2017 season, is a .300 hitter, who will hit around 30 home runs and reach base from approximately 40 percent of his plate appearances. A few more like him and the Braves will be fine.
Where Can I Bet On Atlanta Braves Online
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