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The Atlanta Braves were pretty much unstoppable in the 90s and Braves Tickets are still a hot commodity down in Atlanta. The Braves were one of the two original Major League Baseball teams, getting started all the way back in 1871. Originally known as the Boston Red Stockings (not to be confused with the Boston Red Sox), the Braves moved to the midwest in 1952, settling in Milwaukee. They eventually settled down in 1966 in Atlanta.
The Yankees had a dominant second half of the 90s, but the Braves really controlled the decade, especially in the National League East. The team, led by legendary manager Bobby Cox, seemed to be favored against any team, anywhere. It certainly helped to have an incredibly dominant pitching staff with Hall of Famers Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine alone with John Smoltz. Even the wacky John Rocker helped the Braves achieve the 90s dominance we all remember. With 5 NL Pennants, the Braves highlighted their decade with a World Series Championship in 1995, their first since moving from Milwaukee.
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The Braves have their sights set on the National League East title and beyond this season. Their roster features the Upton Brothers, Justin and BJ, as well as power hitting Chris Johnson, among others. Kris Medlen leads the rotation with the trusty Craig Kimbrel closing things out. Manager Fredi Gonzalez has huge shoes to fill after Bobby Cox stepped down, but has done a great job thus far.
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