Atlanta Braves Tickets are on sale now! The Atlanta Braves have been one of the most consistent and dominant teams in baseball. Since the early nineties, the team captured an unprecedented 14 consecutive division titles. The Braves, anxious for an immediate return to their customary winning ways, made some big changes to their roster and are poised for a return to the playoffs! Your Atlanta Braves baseball tickets will ensure you are there to see a typical, stellar Atlanta Braves pitching staff and a young offense that can score some serious runs. You can find the best seats at Turner Field, right here at Razorgator!
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5/18/15 - A near no-hitter capped a successful series for the Atlanta Braves versus the Marlins last week, salvaging their road trip to finish 4-5 with just one other win coming against the Reds earlier in the week. The Tribe is rolling now though, with a pair of 5-3 wins and a 6-0 shutout at Miami to sweep the three-game set. Shelby Miller was lights-out for Atlanta, taking his no-no bid 9 2/3 innings deep before Dee Gordon finally managed the first of the Marlins’ only two hits of the contest. The Braves will return home with momentum to face Tampa Bay beginning on Tuesday evening. Tickets for Turner Field are on sale now for Braves vs. Rays and vs. Brewers beginning Thursday. Seats start at just $2 for each game!
5/11/15 - Playing in one of baseball’s most competitive divisions, the Atlanta Braves continue to hang tough. They were swept in three games versus the Nationals over the weekend and have most recently traded wins with the Reds in Cincinnati to bring their season record to 15-18, good for third place in the NL East. Devin Mesoraco played the role of hero for Atlanta on Tuesday night, doubling in the top of the ninth to break a 3-3 tie and send the Braves to a win. Tickets are available for Wednesday evening’s finale versus the Reds starting at just $3, so come on out to the Great American Ball Park for a great deal on a night’s entertainment! Atlanta heads to Miami for a three-game set against the Marlins beginning Friday, and you can be there in person starting at $19.
5/4/15 - After jumping out of the gate with a hot 5-0 start to the season, the Atlanta Braves have cooled just a bit and continue to hover around the .500 mark. They have opened the first five days of May by trading wins and losses with the Reds and Phillies, ending with a 13-14 record as of Wednesday morning which is good enough for second place in the NL East behind the surprising Mets. The Marlins have an identical win-loss record and the Nationals are just a half-game back with a ruthless pitching staff in tow, meaning no lead is safe in this division. The Braves play one more at home against Philadelphia before opening a three-game series at Washington. Tickets are on sale now for Friday night at Nationals Park starting at just $17!
4/30/15 - Although the Atlanta Braves sit in second place in the NL East with a 10-12 record, they’re on a three-game losing streak after two games against the Washington Nationals and one against the Cincinnati Reds in the opening game of four that wrap up over the weekend. If you’re a fan of Mike Foltynewicz, he’ll be making his major league career debut in Friday’s game. There are still plenty of great seats for the games on Saturday (5/2) and Sunday (5/3). Tickets start at $5. Enjoy some weekend baseball and relax at Turner Field. On Monday (5/4), the Braves host the Philadelphia Phillies in three evening games that you won’t want to miss. Tickets for the weeknight games start at $2. Don’t miss out on some exciting baseball.
4/21/15 - In Sunday’s game against the Blue Jays, the Atlanta Braves’ Jonny Gomes drove in four runs to support pitcher Shelby Miller who kept the Blue Jays to five hits and two runs. The Braves took the game 5-2, giving Miller his second win of the season. Turner Field will be quiet over the weekend when the Braves are on the road in Philadelphia. They come home on Monday (4/27) for a three-game series against the Washington Nationals. Tickets for Monday night’s game start at $2. You can bring the whole family for less than the cost of a movie ticket. The Nationals are in town on Tuesday and Wednesday, and there are plenty of tickets available at great prices. Don’t miss your chance to cheer for the home team and come down to the ballpark.
4/15/15 - The Atlanta Braves opened their season with a 5-game winning streak until the third game against the Mets on Sunday. The 4-3 loss came as a disappointment, but the Braves turned around the next day and took the Miami Marlins 2-3. On Tuesday (4/14), the Braves released their outfielder, Carlos Quentin, who wasn’t with them all that long. The Braves traded Craig Kimbrel and Melvin Upton to the Padres and they gained, Quentin, Matt Wisler, and Jordan Paroubeck. Braves’ fan will have to catch the team on the road over the next week, as they travel to Toronto over the weekend for three games against the Blue Jays, then onto New York for three games against the Mets. Before coming home on Monday (4/27), the Braves hit Philadelphia. Get your tickets now for their next home game against the Nationals.
4/3/15 - A day after being optioned to the Triple-A Gwinnett Braves, Atlanta Braves pitcher Arodys Vizcaino received an 80-game suspension from Major League Baseball for use of a performance-enhancing drug. Vizcaino had been acquired from the Chicago Cubs in the offseason.
3/18/15 - The Atlanta Braves didn’t fare well in Wednesday’s game against the New York Yankees. Kelly Johnson hit a three-run homer for the Braves, but the final score of 12-5 tells the Braves that they’re going to have to work on their game. Over the weekend, the Braves host the Washington Nationals on Saturday (3/21), and the Detroit Tigers on Sunday. Tickets for either game start at $29. What better way to spend a day off than at the stadium? In the upcoming week, the Braves have a home game on Tuesday (3/24) against the Philadelphia Phillies, then on Friday (3/27) it’s the Boston Red Sox. Don’t miss out on any of the action when you have great seats that you can get here on our website.
3/6/15 - Once upon a time, the Atlanta Braves were as close to a dynasty as one could get, making the playoffs every year from 1991 to 2005. After a few down years, though, the Braves are back among the top squads in the National League, winning the East Division in 2013, and finishing in second place four of the last five years, and are expected to give Washington a run for the money in 2015.
2/16/15 - The Atlanta Braves have been tweaked a lot recently and it is finally time to see how well the new team can perform. The MLB 2015 season is almost here and Braves fans are excited. Notably, Craig Kimbrel is not among the changes and will be reporting to spring training this Friday. The season starts on April 6th, but you can start the action early with a preseason game. Being just two weeks away, the preseason kicks off with an exciting match against the New York Mets at Champion Stadium in Orlando. You can attend for just $17. Regardless of whether you go to the preseason games, be sure to come out to support the Braves during their home opener on April 10th against the Mets. Tickets are still only $25.
1/28/15 - The Atlanta Braves kick off the MLB Pre-Season with a game against their longtime rival, the New York Mets. The game will be held on Wednesday (3/4) at Champion Stadium in Orlando, FL. It will be your first opportunity to catch the Braves in 2015. ESPN’s Keith Law ranks the Braves as sixth in the MLB. The Braves just signed Dian Toscano, a left-handed hitter and outfielder. After losing three other outfielders in trades, the Braves are rebuilding. They’ve also signed Nick Markakis, Zoilo Almonte, Eury Perez, and Jonny Gomes. They kept B.J. Upton for center field. Upton just spent three days working on his swing with the Braves’ new hitting coach. The Braves will look much different on the field in 2015 than they did last year.
9/15/14 - The Atlanta Braves are four games back from the second Wild Card slot in the National League. s The Braves are in dire straights at locking in a 2014 MLB Playoff berth after dropping seven of their last ten games. Can Atlanta take it down to the wire in their final homestand of the year? The Braves will have to lay victory over the Washington Nationals, New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates at Turner Field in this crucial last stretch. See them against the NL East-leading Nationals for cheap get-in prices of $1-3 from 9/15-9/17.
9/9/14 - The Atlanta Braves are revving it up this week, because the wild card race in the National League just may culminate in a photo finish. The Braves are sitting just outside of the No. 2 wild card slot and 1.5 games back from the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Braves must get through the rest of their three-game set against Washington unscathed, and dominate the reeling Rangers to bolster their chances for a postseason run. Score Atlanta Braves tickets at National Park and see if they can get a leg-up for as little as $3 (9/9-9/10).
9/4/14 - This first few series of September are absolutely critical for the Atlanta Braves postseason hopes. The Braves are a mere half game back from usurping the second wild card slot from Milwaukee in the National League. They have two auspicious series against the Miami Marlins and Texas Rangers—but these two match-ups bookend a three-game set against the Washington Nationals. Lock in Atlanta Braves tickets for a minimum of $15 in the Legend section, and see if they can pummel through the Marlins in Miami!
8/28/14 - It’s crunch time in the MLB and, at this point, the Atlanta Braves are fighting for a wild card berth. The Braves are eight games back from the super-hot Washington Nationals in the NL East, and after splitting their four-game series with Cincinnati this past weekend, Atlanta is 1.5 games behind San Francisco for the second NL slot. Score Atlanta Braves tickets and see if they can pull a series-win over the Mets in New York, before coming home to take on Miami at Turner Field. Get-in for $10 tonight in New York, or pay just $5 to see the Braves against the Marlins in Atlanta on 8/29 and 8/30.
8/21/14 – The Atlanta Braves put in a ton of work to improve their playoff chances this week. The Braves swept the former American League-leading Oakland As and followed up with a series win over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Now heading into the final stretch of the season, if the 66-61 Braves can keep up their hot streak, a wild card slot is certainly attainable. Atlanta has the opportunity to boost their chances of locking in a postseason spot with their upcoming four-game set against the reeling Reds, followed by a series with the Mets. Buy Atlanta Braves tickets for as little as $2 in Cincinnati (8/21, 8/24) and watch the playoff race in person!
8/11/14 – It’s a good thing the Atlanta Braves got 2014 off to a great start, because The Bravos have dropped the ball as of late. Still second in the NL East, the Braves have dropped eight of their last ten, and the lineup must snap out of their slump if they intend to make a convincing run into the postseason. Score Atlanta Braves tickets as they attempt to weather an incoming storm from the West: Atlanta will host the Los Angeles Dodgers in four games, followed by the Oakland Athletics—first place teams in the National and American Leagues. Atlanta Braves tickets offer a get-in price of $3 for their first (8/11) and last (8/14) games against Los Angeles, while the Oakland set offers get-in prices of $5 for the opener (8/15) and $3 for the finale (8/17) to this exciting week of baseball!
8/4/14 – The Atlanta Braves are flirting with disaster after an unsuccessful road trip to the west coast. The Braves are falling further away from the NL East’s top spot, thanks to six straight losses in two back-to-back sweeps against the Dodgers and Padres. Atlanta will close their coastal jaunt with two games against Seattle, before returning home to face the division-leading Washington Nationals. Atlanta Braves tickets are pricey in Seattle: at $46 to get-in on 8/5 and $27 to get-in on 8/6. Compare this to the cheap Braves tickets offered at Turner Field for their decisive series against Washington: score get-in prices of $8 on 8/8, $9 on 8/9 and an unbelievable $3 on 8/10 with Razorgator.
7/28/14 – The Atlanta clubhouse is having a great weekend considering the 2014 Hall of Fame Class was highlighted by the induction of three former Braves: pitchers Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine, and manager Bobby Cox, who joined baseball’s immortals in Sunday’s ceremony. Thanks to improved play from current Atlanta Braves players, the squad has again narrowed the gap between themselves and the Washington Nationals for top spot in the NL East. The Braves are on a three-game win streak, back just one game for first place in their division, so this week will prove as crucial as ever. Atlanta cannot slow down now with a trip to the West coast that could prove fruitful; the Braves will take on the Dodgers and Padres this week, followed by the Mariners. Can they finally surge past the division-leading Nats? Buy your Atlanta Braves tickets now to find out in person!
7/21/14 – The Atlanta Braves played well in their return from the All-Star break, and are virtually tied with the Washington Nationals for first place in the NL East. In fact, with the Braves’ .546 winning percentage, they’re a hair in front of the NL West’s second place LA Dodgers. Atlanta will try to jump the Nats in standings during the Braves’ extended home stand, with four games against both the Miami Marlins and San Diego Padres. Evan Gattis has been activated from the 15 day disabled list and will be in the lineup for tonight’s game against the Miami Marlins. You can buy Atlanta Braves tickets for a cheap $2 at Turner Field—the cheapest tickets of the week—and see if Gattis makes an impact.
7/16/14 – The Atlanta Braves sent a trio of players to represent the National League in yesterday's All-Star Game. Craig Kimbrel, Freddie Freeman and Julio Tehran have certainly done their part to get the Braves up to a 52-43 record and tied for first in the NL East. Both the Braves and the Nationals are one game behind the Los Angeles Dodgers for first place in the tight National League race. Score Atlanta Braves tickets and be there when this team makes their bid for the crown! With their recent series win over the Chicago Cubs, the Braves are in the right direction heading into their upcoming homestand against Philadelphia, Miami and San Diego.
6/16/14 - Today the Braves welcome in NL East opponent the Philadelphia Phillies who hope to make up some ground on the division leading Atlanta Braves. When these two teams take to the diamond today Atlanta Braves tickets will be going for 40% below their season average with two out of the three games they play averaging $35 or less according to RazorGator. When they play today tickets will be going for $33 with a Get-in of just $3 with the following games going for $50 and $35 respectively.
6/12/14 - Tomorrow the Atlanta Braves return home to host the emerging phenom Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels. Currently the Angels are in second place in the AL West, only behind the red hot Oakland Athletics who are arguably the best team in the American League, making them a very difficult opponent. When these two teams meet at Turner Field on Friday Night Atlanta Braves tickets will be going for $57 according to RazorGator.
6/9/14 - The Atlanta Braves suffered a crushing walk-off loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday to even the series turning Sunday’s game into a rubber match between the two teams. In the rubber match the Braves got out to an early lead but a disastrous 7th inning would be the undoing of them as they couldn’t battle back from the six runs they gave up in the inning, going on to lose the game and series. Today the Braves will head to Colorado to play the Rockies with Braves tickets going for under $35 for each of the four games according to RazorGator.
6/5/14 - The Atlanta Braves have to like their chances in tomorrows game as they will have their ace, Julio Teheran on the mound to start their game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Braves did not fare so well in their last game against the Seattle Mariners, losing the contest 2-0, something they hope to change in their next outing. In Friday nights meeting with the D'Backs, Atlanta Braves tickets will be going for $44 on average according to RazorGator.
6/2/14 - The Atlanta Braves sent the NL East into flux after a disappointing four game sweep by the Red Sox. The squad came roaring back over the weekend, restoring order in their division with a series sweep over the Marlins in Miami. The Braves are now back at the top of the NL East with a three game lead. Atlanta will play at home for just two games this week, against the Seattle Mariners, before heading west to take on the Diamondbacks. Score cheap Atlanta Braves tickets now; pay only $3 to see them host the Mariners on Wednesday!
6/1/14 - The Atlanta Braves have quietly become one of the best teams in baseball having a much better than anticipated season leading their NL East division currently by three games after sweeping the Miami Marlins, whom they were tied with before heading into the weekend. The Braves will now turn their attention to the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday when Atlanta Braves tickets average $32 with singer Austin Mahone performing after the conclusion of the game.
5/27/14 - The Atlanta Braves presented a Memorial Day collapse, allowing the Boston Red Sox to snap a 10-game losing skid, despite leading early in yesterday's game. With three more games left against the Red Sox, you can score Atlanta Braves tickets and watch them come out with a series-win! Pay $15 to get-in for tonight's game at Turner Field. Atlanta Braves tickets are available for their series at the Miami Marlins later this week; just $17 to start (5/30-5/31).
5/19/14 - Despite dropping two games apiece to San Francisco and St. Louis last week, the Atlanta Braves have maintained first place position in the NL East. The Braves are just half a game ahead of the Washington Nationals, so they'll have to score multiple wins when the Brewers and Rockies come and visit Turner Field this week. Atlanta Braves tickets are extremely cheap: get-in for $2 from 5/19-5/21 against Milwaukee, and pay just $5 to see them battle Colorado on 5/23.
5/12/14 - The Braves snapped their losing streak with a win over the Cardinals, followed by three straight victories over Chicago last week! Atlanta may have just swept the visiting Cubs, but now they'll go toe-to-toe against the red-hot Giants who took them down in three games at the start of May. Atlanta Braves tickets are cheap this week: pay just $1 to get-in on their Tuesday game against San Francisco (5/13) or $10 a day later, for their final match of the series (5/14).
5/5/14 - The Atlanta Braves have a 17-13 record for first place in the NL East, but despite their top ranking, they showed some kinks this past week. The Braves have dropped 6 games in a row, being swept in their last two series by Miami and San Francisco. Atlanta will try to snap their losing streak when they square off against the Cardinals and Cubs this week at home. See them get their spark back with Atlanta Braves tickets! Get into Turner Field for as low as $3 (5/6-5/7) for their series against St. Louis.
4/28/14 - The Atlanta Braves are 17-7 after about a month of baseball, and have moved into the top spot of many MLB Power Rankings. Who needs an Opening Day starting rotation when you have rookie David Hale allowing two hits in eight-plus innings, backed by stellar D and Freddie Freeman with a 1.038 OPS? The Braves are fresh off a Cincinnati Reds sweep at home; they'll take on the Miami Marlins on the road next, before returning to Turner Field to face the Giants on Friday. Cheap Atlanta Braves tickets are easy to find in Week 4: get-in for $18 at Marlins Park (4/29), and pay just $8 (5/2) or $6 (5/4) in Atlanta this weekend.
4/21/14 - The Atlanta Braves may have lost last night's matchup against the Mets, but they won their weekend series over New York—exacting revenge for the two games dropped in their first meeting. On Friday night, Braves' Aaron Harang was on his way to achieving no-hitter and didn't allow a single hit in seven innings. Manager Fredi Gonzales had to retire his right-hander to avoid overworking, so Harang was ultimately pulled after 121 pitches. This impressive performance shows the depth of Atlanta's rotation—still missing three-fifths of their Opening Day starter. Next up, the Braves play host to the Miami Marlins and the Cincinnati Reds. Cheap Atlanta Braves tickets are easy to find this week: tickets start at $2-$3 for their entire Marlins series (4/21-4/23) and start at $7-$9 against the Reds (4/25-4/27).
4/14/14- What a weekend! The Atlanta Braves swept their series against the Washington Nationals, off the bats of Freddie Freeman and Justin Upton, in last night's resounding 2-10 victory. The Braves will try and ride that winning momentum into their upcoming road trip: first against the Philadelphia Phillies and then against the New York Mets. Ervin Santana will get things started in his second start for Atlanta tonight against the Phillies (get-in for $24). The Braves wont be back at home until Monday, April 21 against Miami; you can get into this matchup against the Marlins for just $3.
4/7/14 - One week after the first pitch, the Atlanta Braves are looking at a solid 4-2 record—all despite the loss of two of their starting pitchers. In their Friday victory, the Braves benefitted from the new play reviewing rules, when manager Fredi Gonzalez challenged a "home run" hit by Washington's Ian Desmond that went underneath outfield padding. After a five-minute delay, the home run was overturned in favor of a ground-rule double and the Braves snapped Washington's 3-game win streak. See if the squad can keep up the winning momentum with Atlanta Braves tickets! Catch them against the New York Mets from 4/8-4/10: the cheapest get-in price is Wednesday for $4 in the Upper deck. This weekend, the Braves take on the Nats for their second series 4/11-4/13: get-in for $7 on Sunday.
3/31/14 -Hoping to shrug off a pretty rough Spring, the Atlanta Braves are looking to Opening Day for a fresh start. In an effort to make up for the loss of two top of the line pitchers, the Braves added Ervin Santana and will start Julio Tehran against the Milwaukee Brewers today. Can they bounce back from two rotation-shattering injuries and kick off the regular season on a high note? Score Atlanta Braves tickets for their first home series games against the New York Mets for as low as $3 on 4/9.
3/24/14 - There are only two Spring Training games left at Champion Stadium for Atlanta this year! The Braves will take on Houston tonight—there are still tickets left ($34 minimum), and they'll square off against Miami this Wednesday ($33 minimum). Despite the barrage of injuries to their starting rotation, instead of promoting Freddy Garcia (1.65 ERA last season) they released the veteran pitcher, much to the surprise of fans. Julio Teheran is slated to take the Opening Day slot for Atlanta against the Milwaukee Brewers (3/31); tickets start at $37 for this Miller Park matchup.
3/17/14 - The Atlanta Braves are one of the unlucky teams with a number of injuries mounting this spring. Most recently, first baseman Freddie Freeman left Sunday's game with a bruised thumb, and catcher Ryan Doumit also left with a bruised finger. On the upside, Julio Tehran looks positively ready to fill out the top of the rotation for the Braves, as Kris Medlen and Brandon Beachy will likely be out for the year. Additionally, the lucky big sign (one-year $14.1 million) of RHP Ervin Santana will provide a talented buffer for the injuries to their rotation. Atlanta Braves tickets are $71 this Wednesday against the Yankees and $62 this Saturday against the Red Sox.
3/10/14 - The Atlanta Braves were the victims of some bad luck on Sunday, when starting pitcher Kris Medlen exited the game early due to a strained forearm. Medlen will be evaluated this week to determine the extent of the injury, but now the Braves may have to look for another pitcher to start on Opening Day. Atlanta Braves tickets are cheapest when they play the Washington Nationals this Wednesday (get-in for $21), and are the priciest when the St. Louis Cardinals pay a visit to Champion Stadium on Saturday, March 15 (get-in for $48).
3/3/14 - The Braves seem to have found their kryptonite in the Tigers' pitching rotation: Atlanta couldn't seal a victory in the first three of their spring matchups against Detroit, ending Sunday's game in a 0-0 tie. The split-squad double header saw the other half of the Braves fall to Houston, 7-4. Atlanta has yet to win a game this spring, going 0-5-1 to start. The Braves hope some recent good news will turn the tide: the front office has just finalized a Minor League deal with highly touted Cuban prospect, catcher Yenier Bello. The deal includes an invitation to Spring Training, so get your Atlanta Braves tickets to see the future of the organization in action and help them score their first win!
2/24/14 - The Atlanta Braves kicked off spring training in a big way. The franchise awarded five contracts—summing $280.7 million—to five players 25 years or younger over the last two weeks. The latest signees (Freddie Freeman, Jason Heyward, Julio Teheran, Craig Kimbrel, Andrelton Simmons) are being called the "Atlanta Young Millionaires Club," see if these players perform at their highly touted level this year! Atlanta Braves tickets for Spring Training are still $50 on average.
2/18/14 - The Braves have got their closer. Atlanta and RHP Craig Kimbrel avoided arbitration and agreed to a 4-year $42 million contract, effectively adding another young star to the list of long-term deals the franchise has garnered over the year (including RHP Julio Teheran, IF Freddie Freeman and OF Jason Heyward). The Braves' core is looking stronger than ever, see them work it out during their first Spring Training game against the Detroit Tigers next Wednesday! Atlanta Braves tickets are a mere $17 to get-in at Champion Stadium in Orlando.
2/11/14 - Two days until pitchers and catchers report for Spring Training! The Atlanta Braves organization announced they'll be honoring the 40th anniversary of Hank Aaron's record 715th home run during a pre-game ceremony on April 8, opening night, against the New York Mets. Atlanta Braves tickets for this special ceremony are $37 to start. For now, get ready to see the young energetic lineup from last year crush the competition in Florida!
1/27/14 - Notwithstanding a surprise O’Flaherty trade to Oakland, the Atlanta Braves were generally quiet this winter, more-or-less maintaining the trusty line up that achieved the best home record in the majors and a ticket to the NLDS last season. Atlanta Braves Spring Training tickets are averaging $50 in February. Keep up with the Atlanta Braves this year to see if their puzzling offseason management has made all the right moves!
Last year, the Atlanta Braves had one of the deepest benches in the entire league: having great relief in the infield, which helped propel them to first in the NL East. GM Frank Wren is looking to extend that depth into Atlanta’s starting rotation—but not before taking a big gamble this winter. Wren caused a shake-up with the trade of stellar left-handed reliever Eric O’Flaherty (recovering from Tommy John surgery), a mainstay in the bullpen and fan favorite since his ’08 debut. In his stead, the Braves bagged veteran Freddy Garcia and Gavin Floyd, after Tim Hudson’s season-ending injury sent him to the San Francisco Giants. They will join B.J. Upton and Kris Medlen (second-best ERA in the NL since July behind Clayton Kershaw) this season.
Young talents Freddie Freeman, Jason Heyward and Craig Kimbrel have not yet agreed to long-term deals, so while their contracts hang in limbo, Atlanta is gearing Evan Gattis for the starting catcher role (with Brian McCann leaving in free agency), while Chris Johnson aims to surmount last season’s second-best NL batting average. The Atlanta Braves are looking to wreak havoc on the Los Angeles Dodgers, who ended their season in Game 4 of the NLDS last year. In other news, the Braves just announced they will be moving to Cobb County in the next couple seasons, removing the franchise from downtown Atlanta for the first time since coming to Georgia. With Spring Training less than a month away, are the Braves doing all they can for a shot at revenge? You be the judge, with Atlanta Braves tickets today!
10/2/13 - The Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers will face off in the NLDS. The potential 5-game series is averaging $128. Atlanta Braves tickets for games 1, 2, and 5 (if nec.) at Turner Field average $121 while Los Angeles Dodgers tickets for games 3 and 4 (if nec.) at Dodger Stadium are more pricey at $136. At the start of the NLDS, Braves World Series tickets are among the cheapest in the League with a get-in price of $350 to each of the Braves home games.
9/24/13 - The Braves are heading to the playoffs for the second straight year after clinching the National League East, the team’s first division win in eight years. Get those tomahawk chops ready; Atlanta Braves playoff tickets start at just $18. The team will wait to see if they will have home-field advantage at Turner Field throughout the NL playoffs. Wins against the Milwaukee Brewers and Philadelphia Phillies to close out the season will certainly help their chances. The Braves currently lead the National League, .5 game ahead of the St. Louis Cardinals.
7/26/13 - Just how are the Braves doing it? After a couple years of lesser results following their extended string of success in the NL East, the Braves have found themselves back atop the pack in a season which was expected to be dominated by the Washington Nationals. While the acquisition of the Upton brothers, Justin and B.J., has been considered a bust overall, players like Chris Johnson and Freddie Freeman have picked up the offensive slack at key moments; while pitchers Mike Minor and Paul Maholm have established themselves as front-of-the-rotation starters capable of taking the team deep into the postseason. While the loss of starter Tim Hudson to a broken ankle has to hurt, Braves fans have reason to be optimistic about their team.
For many years, one could pencil in the Atlanta Braves as a lead pipe lock to make the MLB playoffs. Recently though, the Braves have continued to be competitive but have not been able to get back to the top of the heap in a suddenly challenging National League East, with rivals such as the Phillies and Nationals building solid rosters. Nevertheless, the Braves have taken some bold steps, most recently acquiring both Upton brothers, B.J. and Justin, to go along with breakout star Jason Heyward, who led the team in home runs in 2012. Also returning are RBI leader Freddie Freeman, and second baseman Dan Uggla.
On the mound, expect wins leader Tim Hudson to give the team a number of quality starts, along with returning starters Mike Minor and Tommy Hanson. Rounding out the rotation should be a couple of fellows who showed great promise in 2012, Kris Medlen and Brandon Beachy. The Braves will also continue to rely on setup men Eric O'Flaherty and Jonny Venters, along with closer Craig Kimbrel to shorten games. All in all, the Braves feel they have what it takes to make it back to the postseason, and Turner Field should be a rockin’ location down Hotlanta way.
Atlanta Braves tickets for 2013 home games at Turner Field average $60, one of the cheapest MLB tickets in 2013. Braves fans will even find cheap Braves baseball tickets under $10 in the Upper Pavilion and Boxes for most home games this season. One of the hottest Atlanta Braves tickets will be Opening Day on April 1st — Atlanta hosts the Philadelphia Phillies, and Opening Day tickets are priced from $24 in the Upper Boxes to more than $200 behind home plate and the Braves dugout. Anyone watching the Braves on the road should expect to pay an average of $66 per ticket, slightly more than at home but still one of the best ticket deals in MLB.