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Atlanta Braves Tickets

Apr 24Wed 07:20 pm

From $15.08

Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Apr 26Fri 07:20 pm

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Cleveland Guardians at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Apr 27Sat 07:20 pm

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Cleveland Guardians at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Apr 28Sun 01:35 pm

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Cleveland Guardians at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Apr 29Mon 06:40 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Seattle Mariners

T-Mobile Park, Seattle, WA

Apr 30Tue 06:40 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Seattle Mariners

T-Mobile Park, Seattle, WA

May 01Wed 12:40 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Seattle Mariners

T-Mobile Park, Seattle, WA

May 03Fri 07:10 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers

Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA

May 04Sat 06:10 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers

Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA

May 05Sun 01:10 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers

Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA

May 07Tue 07:20 pm

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Boston Red Sox at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 08Wed 07:20 pm

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Boston Red Sox at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 10Fri 07:10 pm

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Atlanta Braves at New York Mets

Citi Field, Queens, NY

May 11Sat 04:10 pm

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Atlanta Braves at New York Mets

Citi Field, Queens, NY

May 12Sun 07:10 pm

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Atlanta Braves at New York Mets

Citi Field, Queens, NY

May 13Mon 07:20 pm

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Chicago Cubs at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 14Tue 07:20 pm

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Chicago Cubs at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 15Wed 07:20 pm

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Chicago Cubs at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 17Fri 07:20 pm

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San Diego Padres at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 18Sat 07:20 pm

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San Diego Padres at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 19Sun 07:10 pm

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San Diego Padres at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 20Mon 12:20 pm

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San Diego Padres at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 21Tue 06:40 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Chicago Cubs

Wrigley Field, Chicago, IL

May 22Wed 06:40 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Chicago Cubs

Wrigley Field, Chicago, IL

May 23Thu 01:20 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Chicago Cubs

Wrigley Field, Chicago, IL

May 24Fri 06:40 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Pittsburgh Pirates

PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA

May 25Sat 04:05 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Pittsburgh Pirates

PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA

May 26Sun 01:35 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Pittsburgh Pirates

PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA

May 27Mon 04:10 pm

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Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 28Tue 07:20 pm

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Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 29Wed 07:20 pm

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Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 30Thu 07:20 pm

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Washington Nationals at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

May 31Fri 07:20 pm

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Oakland Athletics at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Jun 01Sat 04:10 pm

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Oakland Athletics at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Jun 02Sun 01:35 pm

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Oakland Athletics at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Jun 04Tue 07:10 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Boston Red Sox

Fenway Park, Boston, MA

Jun 05Wed 01:35 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Boston Red Sox

Fenway Park, Boston, MA

Jun 06Thu 06:45 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

Jun 07Fri 06:45 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

Jun 08Sat 04:05 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

Jun 09Sun 01:35 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals

Nationals Park, Washington, DC

Jun 11Tue 06:35 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Baltimore Orioles

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD

Jun 12Wed 06:35 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Baltimore Orioles

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD

Jun 13Thu 01:05 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Baltimore Orioles

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD

Jun 14Fri 07:20 pm

Tampa Bay Rays at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Jun 15Sat 04:10 pm

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Tampa Bay Rays at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Jun 16Sun 01:35 pm

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Tampa Bay Rays at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Jun 17Mon 07:20 pm

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Detroit Tigers at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Jun 18Tue 07:20 pm

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Detroit Tigers at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Jun 19Wed 12:20 pm

From $21.07

Detroit Tigers at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Jun 21Fri 07:05 pm

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Atlanta Braves at New York Yankees

Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY

Jun 22Sat 07:15 pm

From $43.17

Atlanta Braves at New York Yankees

Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY

Jun 23Sun 01:35 pm

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Atlanta Braves at New York Yankees

Yankee Stadium, Bronx, NY

Jun 24Mon 06:45 pm

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Atlanta Braves at St. Louis Cardinals

Busch Stadium, St. Louis, MO

Jun 25Tue 06:45 pm

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Atlanta Braves at St. Louis Cardinals

Busch Stadium, St. Louis, MO

Jun 26Wed 06:15 pm

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Atlanta Braves at St. Louis Cardinals

Busch Stadium, St. Louis, MO

Jun 27Thu 03:10 pm

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Atlanta Braves at Chicago White Sox

Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago, IL

Jun 28Fri 07:20 pm

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Pittsburgh Pirates at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Jun 29Sat 04:10 pm

Pittsburgh Pirates at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Sep 26Thu 07:20 pm

From $5.75

New York Mets at Atlanta Braves

Truist Park, Atlanta, GA

Atlanta Braves

League: National League (NL)

Division: NL East

Stadium: Truist Park (capacity 41,084)

Manager: Brian Snitker (2016-present)

Star Players: Ronald Acuña Jr., Spencer Strider (pitcher), Michael Harris

2022-23 Regular Season: 104-58 (1st in NL West)

2023 Postseason: NLDS (defeated 3-1 by the Philadelphia Phillies

Legendary Former Players: Hank Aaron, David Justice, Tom Glavine (pitcher), Greg Maddux (pitcher), John Smoltz (pitcher), Chipper Jones

World Series Titles: 4 (1914, 1957, 1995, 2021)

Atlanta Braves

Incredibly, the Atlanta Braves had already been around almost a century as a franchise when they moved to Atlanta, Georgia in 1966, starting out in Boston, where they were known as the Red Stockings, the Red Caps, (amusingly) the Beaneaters*, the Doves, the Rustlers, the Braves, the Bees, and the Braves once more. In 1953, they moved to Milwaukee (where they beat the mighty New York Yankees to win the 1957 World Series in seven, then lost in seven to those same Yankees in 1958. In 1966, the team relocated to Atlanta for financial reasons and have remained the Atlanta Braves* ever since. The Braves were perennial doormats for their first two and a half decades in Atlanta, making the playoffs just twice in their first 25 seasons in the city, but as the 1990s dawned, so did the era of the Braves as the dominant team in the National League. From 1991-1999, powered by incredible heat from the mound by aces like Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux and John Smoltz along with the smooth skills of David Justice and Chipper Jones, the Braves appeared in every single NLCS series, winning five of them and thus appearing in an impressive five World Series in a single decade. Unfortunately for the Braves and their suddenly passionate fans, there were also some fantastic teams in the American League in the 1990s. The Minnesota Twins, Toronto Blue Jays, and New York Yankees (twice) all broke Atlanta hearts, particularly the Jays in 1993, against whom all four games that the Braves lost in the six-games series were decided by a single run, and Twins in 1991, who came from two games behind, beating the Braves 4-3 (in the 11th inning) and 1-0 (in the 10th) in Games Six and Seven. Despite losing in two of the most dramatic World Series contests of all time, the Braves did at least manage one triumph in their decade of near-domination, defeating the Cleveland Indians (now Cleveland Guardians) in Game Six in front of an ecstatic home Atlanta crowd of over 50,000. The team declined somewhat as they entered the 2000s, missing the playoffs sometimes and failing to get past the NLDS when they did until 2020, when the Braves squeaked into the Wild Card game, then swept the Cincinnati Reds and Miami Marlins before falling to the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NLCS. The Braves went one better in 2021, with an World Series MVP performance by Jorge Soler leading to a World Series victory over the Houston Astros to bring the title back to Atlanta for the second time in franchise history. With their team still competitive in recent seasons, Braves fans are optimistic that a third title could be heading their way in the years to come.

Atlanta Braves Rivalries

The Atlanta Braves have particularly strong rivalries with the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies, who both vie for the NL East division against the Braves, though the clashes with the Mets tend to be filled with more venom than their more respectful brotherly rivalry with the Phillies(who beat the Braves in the playoffs 3-1 in both 2022 and 2023 despite the Braves having much better regular season records). Getting a ticket to a Braves-Mets or Braves-Phillies game can be a tall order. For the best available tickets, be sure to check TicketX, the best source of affordable tickets to the most exciting Atlanta Braves games.


*The franchise actually won their first-ever World Series as the Beaneaters in 1892 (prior to the first “proper” World Series in 1903). The first game ended in a 0-0 tie, because it got dark. After that, the rootin’-tootin’ Beaneaters swept the Cleveland Spiders in five straight games, taking the best-of-nine (!!) series. 


**Like several other teams in North American professional (and amateur) sports with names linked to representations of Native Americans that are sometimes considered problematic, the Braves have come under some pressure in recent years to change their name. While some teams have chosen to make the change, the Braves, like the Chicago Blackhawks of the NHL and Kansas City Chiefs of the NHL, have elected to keep their familiar moniker.


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