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Buy Atlanta Braves MLB Baseball Tickets The now Atlanta Braves who currently play out of Turner Field in Atlanta, Georgia, moved from Milwaukee, Wisconson (the Milwaukee Braves then - and previously the Boston Braves) to Atlanta in the season of 1966. The move wasn't an easy ticket, but after some legalities, they made it into their new home of the newly built Atlanta Stadium. The Braves did moderately well at first and even won the '69 NL West Pennant. It was during this time that Hank Aaron enojoyed an increase in his offensive hitting (in hitter-friendly Atlanta Stadium, then also known as "The Launching Pad"), as he helped bust Babe Ruth's career numbers.

Media giant Ted Turner, then owner of Superstation TBS, came onto the Atlanta Braves scene in 1976 and purcheased the franchise. Turner became known as a very hands-on owner and about this time the Atlanta Braves' Stadium was changed from Atlanta Stadium to Atlanta Fulton County Stadium. The quirky Ted Turner appointed himself as manager of the Atlanta Braves Ballclub, but this didn't last long and he quickly relinquished the title after a single losing game.

Things weren't going all too well for the Atlanta Braves, or the braves tickets sale, and after three straight losing seasons, Bobby Cox was hired for his first swing as manager of the franchise for the 1978 Braves season. It was then when Cox pulled a young Dale Murphy into the lineup, who went on to hit 77 home runs over the next three seasons for the Atlanta Braves ballclub. After some initial problems defensively, Dale Murphy was moved to center field during the 1980s Braves Season. Dale seemed to find the ticket to his Braves success as he showed throwing power and accuracy from the outfield, while the Atlanta Braves had their first winning season since 1974.

The Atlanta Braves actually got their first divisional title in 1981 when Cox was fired and Joe Torres filled his shoes. The braves had strong play from a host of players during this time, but none were so prominent as that of Dale Murphy, who took home the MVP and Golden Glove award. Despite Dale Murphy's succes and recogintion, the Atlanta Braves were in a period of decline which would last some while with only 65 wins per season from 1985-1990.


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