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Yesteryear Logos of
The Atlanta Braves

In 1912 and the profile of an Indian chief in full headdress 
(far right) was added to the left sleeve of their uniforms.

The 1946 season was the first year the tomahawk was used.

A screaming indian (Far left and middle) was the mascot 
during the 1950-1960's.

In 1962 the tomahawk was no longer used.  
It was revived again in 1987.


Boston Red Stockings

*The Braves franchise started as the 'Boston Red Stockings' in 1870.

*The Boston Red Stockings become known as the Beaneaters to tie their identity to Boston and avoid confusion with the Cincinnati Reds.

*In 1907, the team changed names; the Beaneaters become known as the Doves, after the new owners, the Dovey brothers.

*The 'Braves' nickname was adopted.

*In 1936 The Braves' name was changed to the Bees due to fan opinion. The 'Braves' field was referred to as the 'BeeHive".

*In the Spring of 1953, because of declining fan support in Boston the Braves became the 'Milwaukee Braves'.

*Again due to fan support in 1966 ...the Milwaukee Braves were moved to atalnta and became the Atlanta Braves.

Did you know?

That In 1935, Babe Ruth finished his career in a Braves uniform?

The Braves organization is the only club to win a world championship 
in three different cities!

The very first Game: Boston 6, Philadelphia 5 (April 22, 1876)

Andres Galarraga (First Career Home run) 9-21-1985  off of 
Kurt Kepshire

The Big Cat becomes the Braves first Baseman at Nov 29th, 1997

Milwaukee Braves 
May 5, 1956

Retired Numbers

Hank Aaron 44 (Also retired by 
Milwaukee Brewers #44)

Eddie matthews 41

Dale Murphy 3

Phil Niekro 35

Warren Spahn 21

Hit for the Cycle

Boston Braves
John Bates 

Bill Collins

Duff Cooley

Atlanta Braves
Albert Hall

World Series Champions

1914: Philadelphia, 4 games 
1957: N.Y. Yankees, 7 games 
1995: Cleveland, 6 games

Todays Braves

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