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It’s been a rough start to the season for the Atlanta Braves, but the National League East Division team is looking to bounce back with a three-game homestand with the Philadelphia Phillies on May 10, 11, and 12.
Midway through the first week of May, the Braves were 7-20, having lost 10 of their last 13 games. The Phillies, meanwhile, were 8.5 games above Atlanta in the division standings as of May 5, sporting a 16-12 mark. At the same time Atlanta was going through its 3-10 stretch, the Phillies were 9-3.
This is the first meeting of the year between the division rivals. You can enjoy an evening at the ballpark to see the teams face off starting at only $4.
The Atlanta Braves continue to have a hard time this season. With the conclusion of their away series against the Washington Nationals, they have now had nine games, all of which ended in losses. Worse, there is one more away series before the Braves have the opportunity to return to their home field in Atlanta. It certainly is looking like this may be a rough season, but fans should not give up hope for the Braves. Once they gain some momentum, they are sure to start racking in the victories. Their next home game will be on April 19th when they host the Los Angeles Dodger. Tickets start at $4.
The Atlanta Braves started off the season with a narrow loss against the Nationals on April 4. Both teams scored in the first inning and fourth inning. The Braves got ahead in the eighth inning, but then the Nationals equalized in the top of the ninth. The Braves were unable to get a run, and the game went into extra innings. The Nationals scored in the tenth to get ahead, and the Braves once again failed to get a run, resulting in a loss for the team. They have a chance to take revenge on the Nationals on April 6, and you can still get tickets to catch the action in person for prices starting at $67.
The beginning of the official season draws ever closer for the Atlanta Braves. There are now officially less than two weeks remaining before the new season kicks off. In the meantime, however, there are still plenty of preseason matchups to keep you occupied. Unfortunately, the Braves have not fared well so far in the preseason, having a record of 6-16. Of course, these games are all about learning what to improve and preparing for April 4th when the Braves host their first real opponent: the Washington Nationals. You can attend the very first day of the new season for as little as $19. Come out, show your support, and help cheer the Braves to victory.
3/14/16 - The Atlanta Braves are getting the team ready for opening day in a few weeks. Jeff Francoeur, who spent last season with the Phillies, recently found his way to the Braves, the team that initially signed him. He is working hard to make the cut, but there are seven outfielders currently in the Braves' camp, and he is the only one who is not already a roster player. The Braves have lost several games so far this preseason, including their latest 6-10 loss to the Tigers on March 15. They next play the Cardinals on the 16 at Champion Stadium in Florida, and you can still get tickets to catch the action in person for $48.
9/21/15 - The Atlanta Braves have had a dreary 2015 season, but things have started to go their way in their last two series of games. The good streak started against the Philadelphia Phillies, who they played on their home turf. The Braves showed that they are able to pull off some wins by completely sweeping the Phillies in their three-game series. Next up, the Braves hit the road to start their best out of three games against the New York Mets. So far the Braves have been able to win one of the two games. There is still plenty of time to see the Braves play live before the playoffs begin, so don’t miss your chance to get tickets. Watch them take on the Washington Nationals at home starting on September 29.
9/14/15 - The Atlanta Braves have had a lackluster season this year, but they have started off a three game series against the Blue Jays with a 3-2 win. This broke their four game losing streak, all of which came against the Mets. It also helped them to end a 12-game home losing streak, which was a franchise record. The Blue Jays and Braves both scored a run in the second inning, but then the Braves drew ahead in the third. The Blue Jays evened it up in the sixth inning. Andrelton Simmons had a walk-off single at the bottom of the ninth to bring the Braves to victory. The Braves play the Blue Jays twice more on the 16th and 17th, and you still have a chance to get tickets for as little as $2.
9/7/15 - The most recent series of away games by the Atlanta Braves has been rough, but they managed to finish on a high note. Ending their losing streak, the Braves won two of their three final away games. The first was with seven runs and the second was with eight, while their opponents, the Philadelphia Phillies never managed to get above two. Hopefully this means the Braves have built up a little momentum for when they return to their own field. First up, the Braves host the New York Mets. Afterward, they face the Philadelphia Phillies and the Toronto Blue Jays before hitting the road again. With three consecutive home sets, you've got plenty of opportunities to catch the Braves live. Tickets for their next game start at just $4.
8/31/15 - Even though the Atlanta Braves have one of the worst records amongst the other MLB teams, they are holding strong in third place in the NL East division. Currently the Braves are sitting with 54 wins and 78 losses for the season. After losing the last seven games in a row, the Braves continue to take a downward spiral. Taking on the Miami Marlins hasn’t been in the favor of the Braves during their three-game series. They have lost the first two, but have high hopes in taking home the win after their third match up on September 2. Don’t miss your chance to see all of the action live on Wednesday afternoon. Tickets are still available to purchase and start at an affordable $3 each.
8/24/15 - The Atlanta Braves finally broke their seven game losing streak with a victory over the Colorado Rockies on the 24th. Julio Teheran went for seven and a third innings on the mound and only gave up four hits, two of which were homers. Andrelton Simmons sat out for the second straight game due to a knee injury, although he is expected to be back on the 25th. The Braves called up Christian Bethancourt for the game. Jonny Gomes had a two run homer and an RBI single, while Adonis Garcia also had a home run. The Braves and Rockies play two more games, and then the Braves host the Yankees for a three game series. You can still get tickets to see the action in person, with prices as low as $2.
8/17/15 - Picking up a series win over the Diamondbacks has put the Atlanta Braves at 53-64 for the season, but they’ve still got a lot of work to do if they want to get back into the Wild Card race. With just over 50 games remaining in the 2015 season, time’s running thin on Atlanta. The Braves picked up win No. 53 with a tenth-inning walk-off winner from Cameron Maybin, who knocked a leadoff homer out of the ballpark to score the victory. Shelby Miller turned in a strong start for ATL, allowing just two hits and a run in seven innings. The Braves get back to Turner Field on Monday the 24th to tangle with the visiting Rockies and tickets are on sale now! Get your seats starting at just $2!
8/10/15 - Taking three games out of four from the Marlins, the Atlanta Braves got their first series win in nearly a month. The Braves weren’t able to complete the sweep on Sunday, dropping to 51-61 on the season with a 4-1 loss. Shelby Miller took the loss, giving up two runs in five innings to bring his 2015 record to 5-9. It took Miller nearly 50 pitches just to reach the third frame, making it difficult for the struggling starter to pitch late into the game once again. Atlanta will return home this weekend to take on the Diamondbacks at Turner Field and tickets are available now to be a part of the action! Save your seats for as little as $10 for Friday night’s contest!
8/3/15 - The Atlanta Braves have finally ended their losing streak. After six consecutive losses, the Braves managed to blow the Philadelphia Phillies out of the water with an impressive 6-2 win. The Phillies scored first, so it was looking like it might be another loss for the Braves. However, when the fifth inning started, the Braves took off and scored four times, twice as much as their opponents would in the whole game. When the Braves returned home, they continued their success by winning against the San Francisco Giants with 8-9. Hopefully the Braves are entering a great new stage of this season. Tickets are still available for every game in this set, and the next set against the Miami Marlins, but the Braves hit the road again on August 14th.
7/27/15 - The Atlanta Braves lost their three game series against the Cardinals 2-1. After two close games, the Braves finally managed the win on the third game. Adonis Garcia managed to hit his first homer to help take the Braves to victory. Matt Wisler was on the mound and allowed just two runs in the seven innings he played. The Braves are now in Baltimore playing a three game series against the Orioles. The first game went eleven innings. After eight scoreless innings, both teams managed a run in the ninth. Unfortunately, the Orioles got the winning run in the bottom of the eleventh inning. They play again on the 28th and 29th before the Braves head to Philadelphia. You can still get your tickets for the games, with prices starting at $5.
7/20/15 - The Atlanta Braves have a chance to sweep their current three game series against the Dodgers. After a disappointing 1-2 series loss against the Cubs, the Braves beat the Dodgers 7-5 on July 20. Nick Markakis had a great night, hitting a home run and a double, as well as scoring the go-ahead run. Jace Peterson also helped out with three RBIs. The next night, the Braves beat the Dodgers 4-3. Alex Wood took the win, pitching 6 2/3 innings for the team. Chris Johnson had three hits that drove in two runs to help the Braves triumph over the Dodgers. The two teams play again on the 22, and then the Braves head to St. Louis to play against the Cardinals. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $14.
7/13/15 - The Atlanta Braves were struggling quite a bit as they were on the road. Through sets with the Milwaukee Brewers and the Colorado Rockies the Braves have lost five consecutive games. They are done with away games for now, however, and they are returning to their own field, taking on the Chicago Cubs first. The Braves are currently in the number three position in the NL Eastern Division, just five wins behind the New York Mets and six wins behind the Washington Nationals. Hopefully, they are able to make a comeback during the two upcoming home sets. The Braves leave again on July 24th, so be sure to catch them live before then. Tickets for the opening game against the Los Angeles Dodgers start at just $3.
7/6/15 - A successful home stand has the Atlanta Braves on the cusp of the .500 mark, as they took two of three in each of their last two series. The Tribe has also continued their impressive play on the road, heading into Milwaukee and promptly snapping the Brewers’ eight-game winning streak with a 5-3 victory. Atlanta put up four of those runs in the first two innings, with Kelly Johnson hammering in three RBIs on two hits including a two-run dinger to power the Braves. Following their current series with the Brew Crew, the Tribe will make their way to Colorado to tangle with the Rockies. Get your seats for the Braves vs. Rockies afternoon matchup on Sunday the 12th with tickets starting at just $5 each!
6/29/15 - Taking down Max Scherzer is a difficult prospect for any team in the majors this year—but not too difficult for the Atlanta Braves. The Tribe picked up a big 2-1 win over the Nationals on Thursday, scoring their first run in the bottom of the fifth before manufacturing the walk-off winner in the ninth. The typically lights-out Scherzer gave up both runs in 105-pitch outing, which bumps the righty’s ERA up to 1.82 on the year. Cameron Maybin played hero for the Braves in the victory, chopping a bouncer over third base to bring home pinch-hitter Pedro Ciriaco to close things out. Atlanta will play three against the Phillies at Turner Field over the holiday weekend before heading to Miller Park to take on the Brewers on the road. Seats are available now starting at just $3!
6/22/15 - Wrapping up a five-game stretch at home where they went 4-1 overall, the Atlanta Braves head back out on the road to face the Nationals. The Tribe traded wins with the Red Sox, playing two at Fenway and two at Turner Field and coming up square in both parks to split the series. They then hosted the Mets and promptly swept them in three games, picking up one-run wins against Jacob deGrom and staff ace Matt Harvey to pull within a half-game of NY for second place in the NL East. The Braves will wrap up their road series versus the Nats this week before playing host to their division foes starting Tuesday 6/30. Seats are on sale now from just $3 for the opener!
6/15/15 - The Atlanta Braves can’t seem to get themselves on a winning streak. That doesn’t mean they aren’t coming out the victors, but their longest winning streak is two games. They are currently taking on the Boston Red Sox in a four-game series and are off to a good start, winning the first game 4-2 on June 15. William Perez, the Braves pitcher, had an outstanding game yesterday. He pitched six shutout innings which fueled the Braves offense to bring in four total runs. Perez has often been in the relieving pitcher position, however it seems that he is performing more consistently as a starter. Watch the Braves live when they take on the Red Sox again on June 17. Tickets are available for $14 a piece.
6/10/15 - The Atlanta Braves were struggling for a while, most recently losing two of three games against the Pittsburgh Pirates, but it looks like they might have broken their pattern when they took on the San Diego Padres. Things started out the same as usual, taking a tough 5-3 loss in the set opener, but the Braves came back and won two consecutive games, one with six points and the other with four. There is one more match before the set is up and the Braves have to be feeling good. Hopefully this is the start of a winning streak that will continue into their series of away games starting on June 12th. The Braves will return on June 17th to take on the Red Sox. Tickets start at just $7.
6/1/15 - Despite holding multi-run leads in both games, the Atlanta Braves dropped two straight to the Diamondbacks in Arizona to wrap up their three-game series, falling to 26-27 on the year. Atlanta is still trying to catch the Mets and Nationals atop the NL East, currently trailing first place by three games. The Braves got five mostly-solid innings from Mike Foltynewicz before the starter gave up his eighth hit and fourth run, bringing in the bullpen as Arizona rallied for the eventual win. Atlanta will return to Turner Field for a seven-game home stand starting with Pittsburgh on Friday evening. Tickets are on sale for Braves vs. Pirates starting at $12 for the opener, or come out on Sunday for the matinee game with seats starting at just $3!
5/25/15 - Sitting like they are at the very beginning of the season, the Atlanta Braves are currently at a 23-23 win/lose record. The Braves faced off against the Los Angeles Dodgers this week for a three game series. The first two games ended in disappointment for the Braves as the Dodgers left the field with two more wins. However, the Braves were ready to avoid a three game sweep and came out the victors with a 3-2 ending score for game three. Andrelton Simmons was able to pull off two hits and scored a run during one of the final innings. The home run from Cameron Maybin was what set the Braves into the lead. The Braves have another away series against the San Francisco Giants starting on May 29. Tickets are still available for $10 a piece.
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.
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Braves Bases Loaded for 2016 Season
Without making any giant splashes, Atlanta quietly had a solid offseason. While 2015 was marked by key departures, this season looks to be all about the savvy additions made by the front office. Some might wait to see how the club starts the season, but smart fans are getting their cheap Atlanta Braves tickets now so they don’t miss any of the action.
Position players were a bit of a disappointment for the Braves last season, leading to some quick winter transactions. The addition of Gordon Beckham and Erick Aybar will immediately shore up the infield with talented, veteran defenders. Both players are consistent hitters with base-stealing speed and are capable of jumpstarting the offense.
Closing It Down
Losing closer Craig Kimbrell was a setback last season, but the Braves may have found a replacement in RHP Jim Johnson. After a couple of subpar seasons, Johnson looks to regain the dominance that made him one of the game’s best closers when he pitched in Baltimore. Get discount seats near the bullpen so you can watch the talented pitcher warming up from just a few yards away.
The NL East is up for grabs this year, and Braves fans certainly don’t want to see a repeat run from the Mets. Get your tickets early to enjoy all the excitement at Turner Field.