Team Name: Atlanta Braves
Year Established: 1871
Ballpark: Turner Field
Previous Nicknames: Red Stockings (1871-1875), Red Caps (1876-1882) Beaneaters (1883-1906), Doves (1907-1910), Rustlers (1911), and Bees (1936-1940)
League: National League
Division: NL East
Other Leagues: National Association (1871-1875)
Number of Playoff Appearances: 21
Number of Pennants: 17
World Series Titles: 1914, 1957, 1995
Catcher: Del Crandall
First Base: Fred Tenney
Second Base: Bobby Lowe
Third Base: Chipper Jones
Shortstop: Rabbit Maranville
Outfield: Hank Aaron, Andruw Jones, Hugh Duffy
Pitchers: Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, Phil Niekro, Warren Spahn, Kid Nichols
Bench: Eddie Matthews, Al Spalding, Dale Murphy
Manager: Bobby Cox
The easiest choices of this were the Hank Aaron, Bobby Cox, and the pitching staff.
I am a huge fan of pre-1900 baseball, and I had no idea that the Boston Red Stockings of the National Association were "related" to the Braves.
I tried to fit Al Splalding, who played for the Red Stockings, into the pitching staff, but I couldn't take anyone out. Luckily, Spalding was also a good hitter so I put him on the bench.
Bobby Lowe was a great player who deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. He was the first player to hit four home runs in a game.
Chipper Jones is one of the greatest players to ever wear a Braves uniform. He will surely reach the Hall of Fame once his career's over.
Andruw Jones is another great player who had a great career in Atlanta, but once he left, his career went south.
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