The Braves, known as the oldest continuously operating professional sports franchise in America, have seen their fair share of ups and downs during their time in Boston, Milwaukee and Atlanta.
Since the franchise first sent players onto the field as Boston Red Stockings in 1871, there have been a countless number of influential players to play for the organization, especially pitchers.
This year's Atlanta Braves pitching staff is no exception.
With the Philadelphia Phillies receiving so much attention for their pitching rotation this year, it's time to pay homage to the Braves' all-time starting pitchers. Whether it be a Hall of Famer from the 1890s or four of the most dominant pitchers in the mid-1990s, it seems the Braves have always featured at least one dominant pitcher on their staff.
With that in mind, here are the 10 best to ever take the mound for the franchise, in no particular order.