Atlanta Braves Toronto Tickets
If you are a fan of baseball and you live in Atlanta, you ought to grab these Atlanta Braves Toronto tickets and head over to Canada to support your team. The Atlanta Braves are an American pro-baseball team from the metropolitan area of Atlanta. Between 1966 and 1996, the team played their home games at the Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium. Since leaving the Stadium, the team has played at the Turner Field up till 2016. It moved to the SunTrust Park in 2017, a new stadium in downtown Atlanta. And now they are all set to face off with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Let’s take a look at what kind of action might be going down at the Rogers Center in Toronto this May.
The Atlanta Braves compete in Major League Baseball as part of the National League East Division. In the decade between 1991 and 2005, the team was one of the most successful franchises in the game as they went on a famous winning streak with 14 consecutive victories. The team also won the 1991-93 NL West and NL East between 1995 and 2005. The Braves have also made it to the World Series five times, eventually winning the title in 1995. In addition to these victories, the team has also won 16 divisional titles, three World Series championships and 17 NL pennants.
The Toronto Blue Jays
On the other side of this much-anticipated game are the Toronto Blue Jays – the Canadian pro-baseball team that plays its home games at the Rogers Center. Over the years, the Blue Jays have won two World Series Titles (1992 and 1993), two AL Pennants (1992 and 1993) and six East Division Titles in the years 1985, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993 and 2015. The team also managed to clinch a playoff berth in 2016, after they landed an AL wild card position.
With such stiff competition, who’s to say which team will come out of the game victorious? Get these Atlanta Braves Toronto tickets and see the action unfold right in front of your eyes, this May.
|REGULAR SEASON RESULTS|
|Tue, Jun 19||@Toronto||W11-4||43-29||Freeman (2-3)||Garcia (2-6)||32,466|
|Wed, Jun 20||@Toronto||L5-4||43-30||Happ (9-3)||Sanchez (3-1)||Tepera||(5)|