Atlanta Braves Jupiter Tickets
The Atlanta Braves are a baseball team in the MLB. They belong to the National League, where they are members of the Eastern Division. The Braves were formed in 1871 and were named the Boston Red Stockings then. They underwent many name changes and were known as the Boston Braves for a brief period. They had to move to Milwaukee and changed their name accordingly to the Milwaukee Braves. In 1996 the team relocated to Atlanta and adopted their current name, Atlanta Braves. The Braves have had many successful season in which they have won numerous titles including the World Series title. Get Atlanta Braves Jupiter tickets and watch the Braves play before the start of the season.
The Atlanta Braves are one of the oldest teams in the MLB. They have played more consecutive seasons than any other team in major North American Sports. They are most remembered for their fabulous form in the nineties. They had a superb run from 1991 to 2005 during which they won the division title every single season, except for the strike shortened season of 1994. The fourteen consecutive title wins were complemented by five NL Pennants. This meant the Braves got to feature in five World Series.
In 1995 they were up against the Cleveland Indians in the World Series. They defeated the Indians to lift their third World Series Crown and became the only team in the MLB to win the World Series in three different cities. Prior to this victory the Braves had won two other titles, in Boston (1914) and Milwaukee (1957). Get Atlanta Braves Jupiter tickets and watch the Braves in spring training. Jupiter is a small town in Florida’s Palm Beach County with a population of nearly fifty five thousand.
The Braves management made a very important announcement in the start of 2015. Fred McGriff and Greg Walker were hired as special assistants to the team. Walker stepped down in 2014 after the Braves ended their season near the bottom in home runs and batting average. However McGriff, the five-time All-Star with an average of .284, and the former hitting coach Walker, both agreed to join before the start of the 2015 regular season.