2015 Atlanta Braves Schedule
Loaded with another talented team that has all types of potential, the Braves have
one of the most potent rosters in the National League and have been giving fans plenty of reasons for optimism. Baseball has
become a major staple of the sports scene around Atlanta thanks to years and years of winning Braves' seasons, and the tradition
remains intact as the current Braves bring together another strong squad that definitely won't be going quietly anytime soon.
Once you're there in the middle of an epic matchup against another quality opponent, it won't take you long to see what Atlanta
Braves baseball is all about.
The Braves are coming off a strong 2014 season in which they were able to flash their
upside, though the Braves ultimately had to watch the Nationals take their position as the top team in the National League
East. But the N.L. East is the division that has been pretty much owned and operated by the Atlanta Braves since the early
part of the 1990s, and fans know that it won't take long for the Braves to be right back in the mix and contending for the
division all over again. While the Braves look to capture the division and maybe even the pennant in 2015, you can count on
Turner Field to be absolutely hopping with great fans who come out to show their support.
But even though the home games
are always important to see, you also don't want to miss out on the other part of the regular season schedule either. The
Braves have a strong fan base that shows up wherever the Braves do, which is why it's always a good idea to snag your favorite
team gear and head out to see the Braves do their thing for an exciting road matchup. When your favorite player is strolling
to the plate with the game on the line and the fans inching closer to the edge of their seat, the experience of watching the
Atlanta Braves in action will completely speak for itself.
Atlanta Braves Team Info
The Braves are looking
to get back to the top of the N.L. East this season, but that's never an easy task thanks to a talented set of clubs that
will also be looking to do the same. But that's also part of the fun, as you have to beat the best of the best in Major League
Baseball to bring home the hardware, which providing all types of incredible competition as the Braves look to make it happen
this season. This is a team that never backs down from the challenge, however, but it helps that they have a roster loaded
with all types of stars, including guys like Justin Upton, Freddie Freeman, Craig Kimbrel, Alex Wood and more. This is a team
that can win in a variety of different ways, making them always a team that you have to keep your eye on as they look to navigate
their way through the N.L. East.
The MLB Experience
Fans of the Atlanta Braves love to do the chop with
their Braves in a big situation late in the game, but you're not going to be able to truly appreciate that until you get to
see it all in person. When a team hears the home crowd behind them, there's just something about it that makes a player try
a little harder, and that could make all the different in a game like baseball, which can be determined by an inch or two.
The fans know that they can help the team by cheering with everything they've got, and you can be a part of it this season
when you head out to a Braves game at Turner Field. The Major League Baseball experience really comes together in Atlanta,
where you'll find both a passionate and family-friendly atmosphere that has made it one of the top ballparks in the league.
Put it all together and Atlanta Braves baseball remains a major part of the sports scene around Atlanta for a reason.
The Atlanta Braves franchise was founded in 1871 as the Boston Red Stockings. The organization went
through many name incarnations before temporarily settling on the Boston Braves in 1941. 11 years later, though, the team
would move to Milwaukee, and eventually to Atlanta in 1966. The Braves have had a lot of great seasons over the year and have
seen some of the best players in the history of Major League Baseball don a Braves uniform. The franchise has earned an astounding
17 National League pennants and three World Series titles over the years, providing plenty of thrills and bringing plenty
of all-time greats to the franchise, including Hank Aaron, Hugh Duffy, Andruw Jones, John Smoltz, Greg Maddux and many more.
But the current Braves have another exciting roster that is sure to do some big things in the National League, which is why
it's always a good idea to head out and see the game the way it was meant to be seen.
Atlanta Braves Trivia
holds the Braves record for saves?
The answer is John Smoltz, who was a dominant starter for the Braves for years and
then ended up a terrific closer near the end of his career. In 2002 it really all came together, as Smoltz dominated the entire
league to the tune of 55 saves during the season, cementing him as one of the best relievers in franchise history as well.
Atlanta Braves Fans
Turner Field has been the backdrop for many great moments, whether it's a big regular season
game or an exciting playoff matchup that has everyone buzzing about town. There has never been a better time to ditch the
couch and head out for a big game loaded with eye-popping homers, spectacular catches and unbelievable moments that you won't
soon forget. This is a great stadium that is the perfect setting for all of the most anticipated matchups of the season, giving
you plenty of incentive to head out and see if the Braves have what it takes to get back into the playoff chase in 2015.