Atlanta Braves Tickets
Atlanta Braves is one of the oldest contesting franchises in the premier baseball contest of the US, the Major League Baseball. The historical accounts reveal that they weren’t formerly known as Braves. In fact, they began as the Red Stockings in Boston, and were known as the Beaneaters, Doves, Rustlers, and Bees through the course of moving to Atlanta. The fans are adamant that Atlanta Braves 2012 tickets would reap great rewards.
Up to 2005, the Braves had won many MLB titles. But they have been hit hard by injuries and other setbacks recently. However, current year promises a ray of hope, as they are ahead of their arch rivals, Phillies in the National League East. Every fan is expecting a pulsating countdown to the postseason, as the regular season nears its end. They expect Atlanta Braves baseball to outperform all other teams.
Atlanta Braves History
For every player stepping on the pitch, it is natural to show and play with respect for the Braves uniform. At present, the Braves play with four different uniforms. These include a standard white home jersey and the other red home jersey worn for the games on Sundays. On top of it, there are two different jerseys when they are playing away which is a normal gray road jersey and the other one is a navy blue road jersey. Further,the white home jersey has Braves written across the chest. The red home jersey is used for home games on Sunday. Another jersey with Atlanta in- scripted across the chest is the grey jersey worn by team since 1987. It is almost identical to the uniforms worn from 1946 to 1963. Atlanta Braves stadium is not just another stadium it has a history to it. Since 1997, the Braves have been playing at the Turner Field. The stadium is presently owned by Atlanta Fulton County Recreation Authority. It was formerly built for the 1996 Olympics later transformed into a baseball park for the Braves as their home ground. Before the Turner Field, the Braves have played in 7 different stadiums between 1871 and 1996.
Atlanta Braves 2012 Tickets
The 2012 season for the Braves will be their 16th season of home games at Turner Field. Moreover, it will be their 47th season in Atlanta, and 137th season of the franchise as a whole. Despite the sudden subside of the team in 2011 the team avoided the playoffs. The Atlanta Braves Schedule could be tough, but the fans are optimistic about the team’s success.