Braves

Starting lineups & statistics for each year's Atlanta Braves team in history.
A work in process.
2016: NL East
MGR: Brian Snitker
C: Tyler Flowers
1B: Matt Adams
2B: Ozzie Albies
SS: Dansby Swanson
3B: Freddie Freeman
LF: Matt Kemp
CF: Ender Inciarte
RF: Nick Markakis
SP: Julio Teheran
SP: Mike Foltynewicz
SP: Jamie Garcia
SP: RA Dickey
SP: Sean Newcomb
CL: Jim Johnson
Relievers: Bartolo Colon, Lucas Sims 
Bench: Kurt Suzuki, Lane Adams, Johan Carmargo, Brandon Phillips, Jase Peterson, Adonis Garcia, Rio Ruiz
Attendance:

2016: 68-93 5th Place NL East
MGR: Fredi Gonzalez/Brian Snitker
C: Tyler Flowers 8 HR 41 rbi .270 avg 
1B: Freddie Freeman 34 HR 91 rbi .302 avg 
2B: Jase Peterson 7 HR 29 rbi .254 avg
SS: Dansby Swanson 3 HR 17 rbi .302 avg
3B: Adonis Garcia 14 HR 65 rbi .273 avg
LF: Matt Kemp 12 HR 39 rbi .280 avg
CF: Ender Inciarte 3 HR 29 rbi .291 avg Gold Glove
RF: Nick Markakis 13 HR 89 avg .269 avg
SP: Julio Teheran 7-10 3.21 era All-Star
SP: Mike Foltynewicz 9-5 4.31 era
SP: Aaron Blair 2-7 7.59 era
SP: Matt Wisler 7-13 5.00 era
CL: Jim Johnson 2-6 3.06 era 20 saves
Relievers: Mauricio Cabrera, Jhoulys Chacin, Brandon Cunniff, John Gant, Jason Grilli, Lucas Harrell, Roberto Hernandez, Jason Hursh, Tyrell Jenkins, Casey Kelly, Ian Krol, Matt marksberry, Bud Norris, Eric O'Flaherty, Williams Perez, Shae Simmons, Arodys Vizcaino, Chris Withrow
Bench: AJ Pierzynski, Anthony Recker, Erick Aybar, Gordon Beckham, Reid Brignac, Daniel Castro, Chase d'Arnaud, Kelly Johnson, Rio Ruiz, Jeff Francoeur, Hector Olivera, Mallex Smith, Drew Stubbs

Attendance: 2,020,914
2015: 67-95 Fourth Place NL East
MGR: Fredi Gonzalez
C: AJ Pierzynski 9 HR 49 rbi .300 avg
1B: Freddie Freeman 18 HR 66 rbi .270 avg
2B: Jase Peterson 6 HR 52 rbi .239 avg
SS: Andrelton Simmons 4 HR 44 rbi .265 avg
3B: Adonis Garcia 10 HR 26 rbi .277 avg
LF: Jonny Gomes 7 HR 22 rbi .221 avg
CF: Cameron Maybin 10 HR 59 avg .267 avg
RF: Nick Markakis 3 HR 53 rbi .296 avg
SP: Julio Teheran 11-8, 4.04 era
SP: Shelby Miller 6-17, 3.02 era (all-star)
SP: Alex Wood 7-6, 3.54 era
SP: Matt Wisler 8-8, 4.71 era
SP: Williams Perez 7-6, 4.78 era
CL: Jason Grilli 3-4, 2.94 era, 24 saves
Relievers: D Aardsma, L Avilan, B Cunniff, R Detwiler, Michael Foltynewicz, E Jackson, Jim Johnson, M Marksberry, C Martin, N Masset, A McKirahan, Peter Moylan, A Vizcaino
Bench: Christian Bethancourt, Ryan Lavarnway, A Callaspo, Daniel Castro, Pedro Ciriaco, A Garcia, Pete Gosselin, Chris Johnson, Hector Olivera, Juan Uribe, Michael Bourne, Todd Cunningham, K Johnson, Eury Perez, Nick Swisher, Joey Terdoslavich, Eric Young Jr.
Attendance: 2,001,392
2014: 79-83 NL East Second Place
MGR: Fredi Gonzalez
C: Evan Gaddis 22 HR 52 rbi .263 avg
1B: Freddie Freeman 18 HR 78 rbi .288 avg (all star)
2B: Tommy LaStella HR 31 rbi .251 avg
SS: Andrelton Simmons 7 HR 46 rbi .244 avg (gold glove)
3B: Chris Johnson 10 HR 58 rbi .263 avg
LF: Justin Upton 29 HR 102 rbi 270 avg (player of the week)
CF: BJ Upton 12 HR 35 avg 208 avg
RF: Jason Heyward 11 HR 58 rbi 271 avg (gold glove)
SP: Julio Teheran 14-13, 2.89 era (all star)
SP: Ervin Santana 14-10, 3.95 era
SP: Alex Wood 11-11, 2.79 era
SP: Aaron Hurang 12-12, 3.57 era
SP: Mike Minor 6-12, 4.78 era
CL: Craig Kimbrel 0-3, 1.62 era, 47 saves (all star)
Relievers: Jonny Venters (injured), David Hale, Gavin Floyd (injured), Luis Avilan, Pedro Beato, Ryan Butcher, Anthony Vavaro, David Carpenter, David Hale, Juan Jamie, Gus Schlosser, Ian Thomas, Kris Medlen (injured), Brandon Beachy (injured), James Russell, Shae Simmons, Chasen Shreve, Jordan Walden.
Bench: Christian Bethancourt, Gerald Laird, Emilio Bonifacio, Jose Constanza, Phil Gosselin, Ramiro Pena, Jordan Schafer, Tyler Pastornicky, Ryan Doumit, Joey Terdoslavich, Dan Uggla.
Attendance: 2,354,305
2013 Rookie sensation Evan "El Oso Blanco" Gattis

2013: 96-66 NL East Champions

MGR: Fredi Gonzalez
C: Brian McCann…20 HR, 57 rbi, .256 avg (all-star)
1B: Freddie Freeman…23 HR, 109 rbi, .319 avg (all-star)
2B: Dan Uggla…22 HR, 55 rbi, .179 avg
SS: Andrelton Simmons…17 HR, 59 rbi, .248 avg (gold glove)
3B: Chris Johnson…12 HR, 68 rbi, .321 avg
LF: Evan Gattis…21 HR, 65 avg, .243 avg (rookie of the month)
CF: Jason Heyward…14 HR, 38 rbi, .254 avg (gold glove)
RF: Justin Upton…27 HR, 70 rbi, .263 avg (player of the month)
SP: Tim Hudson…8-7, 3.98 era
SP: Mike Minor…13-9, 3.22 era
SP: Kris Medlen…15-12, 3.11 era (pitcher of the month)
SP: Julio Teheran…14-8, 3.21 era
SP: Paul Maholm...10-11, 4.41 era
CL: Craig Kimbrel…4-3, 1.21 era, 50 saves (all-star)
Relievers: David Carpenter, Freddy Garcia, Cory Gearrin, David Hale, Cory Rasmus, Jonny Venters, Eric O'Flaherty, Luis Avilan, Anthony Varvaro, Jordan Walen, Alex Wood, Kameron Loe, David Carpenter, Luis Ayala
Bench: Gerald Laird, Ramiro Pena, Jose Constanza, Juan Francisco, Jordan Schafer, Elliot Johnson, BJ Upton, Reed Johnson, Tyler Pastornicky, Joey Terdoslavich, Todd Cunningham
Attendance:2,548,679
2012: 94-68, NL Wild Card
MGR: Fredi Gonzalez
C: Brian McCann...20 HR, 67 RBI, .230 avg
1B: Freddie Freeman...23 HR, 94 RBI, .277 avg
2B: Dan Uggla 19...HR, 78 RBI, .220 avg (all-star)
SS: Andrelton Simmons (rookie of the month) 
3B: Chipper Jones...14 HR, 62 RBI, .287 avg (all-star)
LF: Martin Prado...10 HR, 70 RBI, .301 avg
CF: Michael Bourn...9 HR, 57 RBI, .274 avg (all-star)
RF: Jason Heyward...27 HR, 82 RBI, .269 avg (gold glove)
SP: Tim Hudson...16-6, 3.62 era
SP: Kris Medlin...10-1, 1.57 era, pitcher of the month
SP: Mike Minor...11-10, 4.12 era
SP: Tommy Hanson...13-10, 4.48 era
SP: Brandon Beachy...5-5, 2.00 era
CL: Craig Kimbrel...3-1, 1.01 era, 42 saves (all-star)
Relievers: Jonny Venters, Eric O'Flaherty, Chad Durbin, Christian Martinez, Cory Gearrin, Luis Avilan, Randal Delgado, Julio Teheran, Ben Sheets, Livian Hernandez, Jair Jurrjens 
Bench: Eric Hinske, Paul Janish, Reed Johnson, Tyler Pastornicky, Constanza, David Ross, Matt Diaz, Jack Wilson, Jeff Baker, Lyle Overbay
Attendance: 2,372,940
Bench: Eric Hinske, Paul Janish, Reed Johnson, Tyler Pastornicky, Constanza, David Ross, Matt Diaz, Jack Wilson, Jeff Baker, Lyle Overbay
Attendance: 2,372,940
Kris Medlin set a MLB record when the Braves won
23 straight games in which he started.
 
2011: 89-73 NL East 2nd Place
MGR: Fredi Gonzalez
C: Brian McCann...24 HR, 71 rbi, .270 avg (all-star, silver slugger)
1B: Freddie Freeman...27 HR, 76 rbi, .282 avg, rookie of the month 
2B: Dan Uggla...36 HR, 82 rbi, .233 avg, player of the month
SS: Alex Gonzalez...15 HR, 56 rbi, .241 avg
3B: Chipper Jones...18 HR, 70 rbi, .275 avg (all-star)
LF: Martin Prado...13 HR, 57 rbi, .260 avg
CF: Nate McLouth...4 HR, 16 rbi, .228 avg
RF: Jason Heyward...14 HR, 42 rbi, .227 avg
SP: Tim Hudson...16-10, 3.22 era
SP: Jair Jurrjens...13-6, 2.96 era, all-star, pitcher of the month
SP: Tommy Hanson...11-7, 3.60 era
SP: Derek Lowe...9-17, 5.05 era
CL: Craig Kimbrel...4-3, 2.10 era, 46 saves, all-star, rookie of the year
Relievers: Scott Linebrink, Christian Martinez, Eric O'Flaherty, Kris Medlin, Mike Minor, Peter Moylan, Scott Proctor, George Sherrill, Julio Teheran, Jonny Venters (all-star)
Bench: Eric Hinske, Matt Diaz, Jose Constanza, Brooks Conrad, Julio Lugo, Michael Bourn, David Ross, Jordan Schafer, Jack Wilson
Attendance: 2,372,940
































2010: 91-71 NL Wild Card
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Brian McCann...21 HR, 77 rbi, .269 avg (all-star, silver slugger)
1B: Troy Glaus...16 HR, 71 rbi, .240 avg, player of the month
2B: Martin Prado...15 HR, 66 rbi, .307 avg (all-star)
SS: Yunel Escobar...0 HR, 19 rbi, .238 avg
3B: Chipper Jones...10 HR, 46 rbi, .265 avg
LF: Melky Cabrera...4 HR, 42 rbi, 42 avg
CF: Nate McLouth...6 HR, 24 rbi, .190 avg
RF: Jason Heyward...18 HR, 72 rbi, .277 avg, all-star, rookie of the month
SP: Tim Hudson...17-9, 2.83 era, all-star, pitcher of the month
SP: Tommy Hanson...10-11, 3.33 era
SP: Derek Lowe...16-12, 4.00 era, pitcher of the month
SP: Jair Jurrjans...7-6, 4.64 era
SP: Kenshin Kawakami...1-10, 5.15 era
CL: Billy Wagner...7-2, 1.43 era, 37 saves (all-star)
Relievers: Brandon Beachy, Mike Dunn, Kyle Farnsworth, Craig Kimbrel, Kris Medlin, Mike Minor, Peter Moylan, Eric O'Flaherty, Jonny Venters
Bench: David Ross, Brooks Conrad, Alex Gonzalez, Omar Infante (all-star), Derrek Lee, Rick Ankiel, Gregor Blanco, Matt Diaz, Eric Hinske
Attendance: 2,510,119
2009: 86-76 NL East 3rd Place
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Brian McCann...21 HR, 94 rbi, .281 avg (all-star, silver slugger)
1B: Casey Kotchman...6 HR, 41 rbi, .282 avg
2B: Kelly Johnson...8 HR, 29 rbi, .224 avg
SS: Yunel Escobar...14 HR, 76 rbi, .299 avg
3B: Chipper Jones...18 HR, 71 rbi, .264 avg
LF: Garret Anderson...13 HR, 61 rbi, .268 avg
CF: Nate McLouth...11 HR, 36 rbi, .257 avg
RF: Jeff Francoeur...5 HR, 35 rbi, .250 avg
SP: Tommy Hanson...11-4, 2.89 era, rookie of the month
SP: Derek Lowe...15-10, 4.67 era
SP: Jajr Jurrjens...14-10, 2.60 era, pitcher of the month
SP: Javier Vasquez...15-10, 2.87 era
SP: Kenchin Kawakami...7-12, 3.86 era
CL: Rafael Soriano...1-6, 2.97 era, 27 saves
Relievers: Manny Acosta, Blaine Boyer, Michael Gonzalez, Tim Hudson, Boone Logan, Kris Medlin, Peter Moylan, Eric O'Flaherty
Bench: David Ross, Brooks Conrad, Omar Infante, Adam LaRoche, Greg Norton, Martin Prado, Gregor Blanco, Ryan Church, Matt Diaz, Jordan Schafer
Attendance: 2,373,631
2008: 72-90 NL East 4th Place
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Brian McCann...23 HR, 87 rbi, .301 avg (all-star, silver slugger)
1B: Mak Teixeira...20 HR, 78 rbi, .283 avg
2B: Kelly Johnson...12 HR, 69 rbi, .287 avg
SS: Yunel Escobar...10 HR, 60 rbi, .288 rbi
3B: Chipper Jones...22 HR, 75 rbi, .364 avg (all-star)
LF: Gregor Blanco...1 HR, 38 rbi, .251 avg
CF: Mark Kotsay...6 HR, 37 rbi, .289 avg
RF: Jeff Francoeur...11 HR, 71 rbi, 239 avg
SP: Tim Hudson...11-7, 3.17 era
SP: Jajr Jurrjans...13-10, 3.68 era, rookie of the month
SP: Tom Glavine...2-4, 5.54 era
SP: John Smoltz...3-2, 2.57 era
SP: Mike Hampton...3-4, 4.85 era
CL: Mike Gonzalez...0-3, 4.28 era, 14 saves 
Relievers: Blaine Boyer, Buddy Carlyle, Charlie Morton, Peter Moylan, Jo Jo Reyes, Rafael Soriano 
Bench: Corky Miller, Casey Kotchman, Martin Prado, Matt Diaz, Omar Infante, Greg Norton
Attendance: 2,532,834
Jajr Jurrijans

2007: 84-78 NL East 3rd Place

MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Brian McCann...18 HR, 92 rbi, .270 avg (all-star)
1B: Scott Thorman...11 HR, 36 rbi, .216 avg
2B: Kelly Johnson...16 HR, 68 rbi, .276 avg
SS: Edgar Renteria...12 HR, 57 rbi, .332 avg
3B: Chipper Jones...29 HR, 102 rbi, .337 avg
LF: Matt Diaz...12 HR, 45 rbi, .338 avg
CF: Andruw Jones...26 HR, 94 rbi, .222 avg (gold glove)
RF: Jeff Francoeur...19 HR, 105 rbi, .293 avg (gold glove)
SP: Tim Hudson...16-10, 3.33 era
SP: John Smoltz...14-8, 3.11 avg (all-star)
SP: Kyle Davies...4-8, 5.66 era
SP: Buddy Carlyle...8-7, 5.21 era
SP: Chuck James...8-7, 4.24 era
CL: Bob Wickman...3-3, 3.92 era, 20 saves
Relievers: Jeff Bennett, Blaine Boyer, Joey Devine, Michael Gonzalez, Ron Mahay, Peter Moylan, Mark Redman, Jo Jo Reyes, Rafael Soriano
Bench: Corky Miller, Jarrod Saltalamachia, Yunel Escobar, Julio Franco, Pete Orr, Martin Prado, Mark Teixeira (player of the month), Chris Woodward, Willie Harris, Ryan Langerhans
Attendance: 2,745,207

2006: 79-83, NL East 3rd Place
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Brian McCann...24 HR, 93 rbi, .333 avg (all-star, silver slugger)
1B: Adam LaRoche...32 HR, 90 rbi, .285 avg
2B: Marcus Giles...11 HR, 60 rbi, .262 avg
SS: Edgar Renteria...14 HR, 70 rbi, .293 avg (all-star)
3B: Chipper Jones...26 HR, 86 rbi, .324 avg
LF: Ryan Langerhans...7 HR, 28 rbi, .241 avg
CF: Andruw Jones...41 HR, 129 rbi, .262 avg (all-star, gold glove)
RF: Jeff Francoeur...29 HR, 103 rbi, .260 avg
SP: Tim Hudson...13-12, 4.86 era
SP: John Smoltz...16-9, 3.49 era
SP: Chuck James...11-4, 3.78 era
SP: Horacio Ramirez...5-5, 4.48 era
SP: John Thomson...2-7, 4.82 era
CL: Bob Wickman...0-2, 1.04 era, 18 saves
Relievers: Blaine Boyer, Lance Cormier, Kyle Davies, Joey Devine, Macay McBride, Peter Moylan, Chris Reitsma, Mike Remlinger, Jorge Sosa, Phil Stockman, Oscar Villarreal
Bench: Todd Pratt, Wilson Betemit, Peter Orr, Brayan Pena, Martin Prado, Matt Diaz, Brian Jordan, Scott Thorman
Attendance: 2,549,522
2005: 90-72, NL East Champions 
MGR: Bobby Cox (manager of the year)
C: Brian McCann...5 HR, 23 rbi, .278 avg
1B: Adam LaRoche...20 HR, 78 rbi, .259 avg
2B: Marcus Giles...15 HR, 63 rbi, .291 avg
SS: Rafael Furcal...12 HR, 58 rbi, .284 avg
3B: Chipper Jones...21 HR, 72 rbi, .296 avg
LF: Kelly Johnson...9 HR, 40 rbi, .241 avg
CF: Andruw Jones: 51 HR, 128 rbi, .263 all-star/gold glove/silver slugger
RF: Jeff Francoeur...14 HR, 45 rbi, .300 avg
SP: Tim Hudson...14-9, 3.52 era
SP: John Smoltz...14-7, 3.06 era (all-star, roberto clemente award)
SP: Horacio Ramirez...11-9, 4.63 era
SP: Jorge Sosa...13-3, 2.55 era
SP: John Thomson...4-6, 4.47 era
CL: Chris Reitsma...3-6, 3.93 era, 15 saves
Relievers: Blaine Boyer, Kyle Davies, Joey Devine, Kyle Farnsworth, Kevin Gryboski, Mike Hampton, Chuck James, Dan Kolb, Macay McBride, Jay Powell, Jorge Vasquez
Bench: Johnny Estrada, Eddie Perez, Wilson Betemit, Julio Franco, Andy Marte, Pete Orr, Todd Hollandsworth, Brian Jordan, Ryan Langerhans, Raul Mondesi
Attendance: 2,521,167































2004: 96-66, NL East Champions
MGR: Bobby Cox (manager of the year)
C: Johnny Estrada...9 HR, 76 rbi, .314 avg (all star, silver slugger)
1B: Adam LaRoche...13 HR, 45 rbi, .278 avg
2B: Marcus Giles...8 HR, 48 rbi, .311 avg
SS: Rafael Furcal...14 HR, 59 rbi, .279 avg
3B: Chipper Jones...30 HR, 96 rbi, .248 avg
LF: Charles Thomas...7 HR, 31 rbi, .288 avg
CF: Andruw Jones...29 HR, 91 rbi, .261 avg (gold glove)
RF: JD Drew...31 HR, 93 rbi, .305 avg
SP: Russ Ortiz...15-9, 4.13 era, pitcher of the month
SP: Mike Hampton...13-9, 4.28 era
SP: Paul Byrd...8-7, 3.94 era
SP: Jaret Wright...15-8, 3.28 era
SP: John Thomson...14-8, 3.72 era
CL: John Smoltz...0-1, 2.76 era, 44 saves
Relievers: Antonio Alfonseca, Jose Capellan, Juan Cruz, Tim Drew, Kevin Gryboski, Dan Meyer, CJ Nitkowski, Horacio Ramirez, Chris Reitsma
Bench: Eddie Perez, Wilson Betemit, Mark DeRosa, Julio Franco, Jesse Garcia, Nick Green, Mike Hessman, Eli Marrero, Charles Thomas, Dewayne Wise
Attendance: 2,322,565

2003: 101-61, NL East Champions

MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Javy Lopez...43 HR, 109 rbi, .328 avg (all star, silver slugger)
1B: Robert Fick...11 HR, 80 rbi, .269 avg 
2B: Marcus Giles...21 HR, 69 rbi, .316 avg (all star)
SS: Rafael Furcal...15 HR, 61 rbi, .292 avg (all star)
3B: Vinny Castilla...22 HR, 76 rbi, .277 avg
LF: Chipper Jones...27 HR, 106 rbi, .305 avg
CF: Andruw Jones...36 HR, 116 rbi, .277 avg (all star, gold glove)
RF: Gary Sheffield...39 HR, 132 rbi, .330 avg (all star)
SP: Greg Maddux...16-11, 3.96 era
SP: Russ Ortiz...21-7, 3.81 era (all star)
SP: Mike Hampton...14-8, 3.84 era (silver slugger)
SP: Horacio Ramirez...12-4, 4.00 era
SP: Shane Reynolds...11-9, 5.43 era
CL: John Smoltz...0-2, 1.12 era, 45 saves (all star)
Relievers: Jung Bong, Will Cunnana, Kevin Gryboski, Roberto Hernandez, Trey Hodges, Ray King, Jason Marquis, Kent Mercker, Jaret Wright
Bench: Mark DeRosa, Johnny Estrada, Julio Franco, Matt Franco, Jesse Garcia, Darren Bragg, Mike Hessman, Ryan Langerhans
Attendance: 2,401,084 
Mexican League, Japan League, Major League: 
the ageless Julio Franco collected more total hits than anyone except Pete Rose.

2002: 101-59, NL East Champions

MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Javy Lopez...11 HR, 52 rbi, .233 avg
1B: Julio Franco...6 HR, 30 rbi, .284 avg
2B: Marcus Giles...8 HR, 23 rbi, .230 avg
SS: Rafael Furcal...8 HR, 47 rbi, .275 avg
3B: Vinny Castilla...12 HR, 61 rbi, .232 avg
LF: Chipper Jones...26 HR, 100 rbi, .327 avg
CF: Andruw Jones...35 HR, 94 rbi, .264 avg (all star, gold glove)
RF: Gary Sheffield...25 HR, 84 rbi, .307 avg
SP: Tom Glavine...18-11, 2.96 era (all star)
SP: Greg Maddux...16-6, 2.62 era (gold glove)
SP: Kevin Millwood...18-8, 3.24 era
SP: Jason Marquis...8-9, 5.04 era
SP: Damian Moss...12-6, 3.42 era
CL: John Smoltz...3-2, 3.25 era, 55 saves (all star)
Relievers: Jung Bong, Kevin Gryboski, Chris Hammond, Trey Hodges, Kerry Lightenberg, Albie Lopez, Mike Remlinger (all star), Tim Spooneybarger
Bench: Henry Blanco, Mark DeRosa, Matt Franco, Jesse Garcia, Wes Helms, Darren Bragg, Ryan Langerhans, BJ Surhoff
Attendance: 2,603,484
Tom Glavine discusses strategy with third base coach Ned Yost

2001: 88-74, NL East Champions 

MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Javy Lopez...17 HR, 66 rbi, .267 avg
1B: Ken Caminini...6 HR, 16 rbi, .222avg
2B: Marcus Giles...9 HR, 31 rbi, .262 avg
SS: Rafael Furcal...4 HR, 30 rbi, .275 avg
3B: Chipper Jones...38 HR, 102 rbi, .330 avg (all-star)
LF: BJ Surhoff...10 HR, 58 rbi, .271 avg
CF: Andruw Jones...34 HR, 104 rbi, .251 avg (gold glove)
RF: Brian Jordan...25 HR, 97 rbi, .295 avg
SP: Tom Glavine...16-7, 3.57 era
SP: Greg Maddux...17-11, 3.05 era (gold glove)
SP: John Smoltz...3-3, 3.36 era, 10 saves
SP: John Burkett...12-12, 3.04 era (all-star)
SP: Kevin Millwood...7-7, 4.31 era
CL: John Rocker...2-2, 3.09, 19 saves
Relievers: Jose Cabrera, Steve karsay, Kerry Lightenberg, Jason Marquis, Damian Moss, Odalis Perez, Steve Reed, Mike Remlinger, Rudy Seanez, Tim Spooneybarger
Bench: Paul Bako, Eddie Perez, Wilson Betemit, Rico Brogna, Mark DeRosa, Julio Franco, Jesse Garcia, Wes Helms, Keith Lockhart, Rey Sanchez, Bernard Gilkey, Dave Martinez, Quilvio Veras
Attendance: 2,823,530
2000: 95-67, NL East Champions 
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Javy Lopez...24 HR, 89 rbi, .287 avg
1B: Andres Galarraga...28 HR, 100 rbi, .302 avg (all-star)
2B: Quilvio Veras...5 HR, 37 rbi, .309 avg
SS: Rafael Furcal...4 HR, 37 rbi, .295 avg
3B: Chipper Jones...36 HR, 111 rbi, .311 avg (all-star)
LF: Reggie Sanders...11 HR, 37 rbi, .232 avg
CF: Andruw Jones...36 HR, 104 rbi, .303 avg (all-star, gold glove)
RF: Brian Jordan...17 HR, 77 rbi, .264 avg
SP: Tom Glavine...21-9, 3.40 era (all-star)
SP: Greg Maddux...19-9, 3.00 era (all-star, gold glove)
SP: Kevin Millwood...10-13, 4.66 era
SP: John Burkett...10-6, 4.89 era
SP: Terry Mulholland...9-9, 5.11 era
CL: John Rocker...1-2, 2.89 era, 24 saves
Relievers: Andy Ashby, Stan Belinda, Bruce Chen, Scott Kamieniecki, Kerry Lightenberg, Jason Marquis, Kevin McGlinchy, Greg McMichael, Mike Remlinger, Luis Rivera, Rudy Seanez
Bench: Paul Bako, Fernando Lunar, Eddie Perez, Mark DeRosa, Wes Helms, Wally Joyner, Keith Lockhart, Walt Weiss, Bobby Bonilla, George Lombard, BJ Surhoff, Brian Hunter
Attendance: 3,234,304
1999: 103-59, National League Champions 
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Javy Lopez...11 HR, 45 rbi, .317 avg
1B: Ryan Klesko...21 HR, 80 HR, 297 avg
2B: Bret Boone...20 HR, 63 rbi, .252 avg
SS: Walt Weiss...2 HR, 29 rbi, .226 avg
3B: Chipper Jones...45 HR, 110 rbi, .319 avg (NL MVP)
LF: Gerald Williams...17 HR, 68 rbi, .275 avg
CF: Andruw Jones...26 HR, 84 rbi, .275 avg (gold glove)
RF: Brian Jordan...23 HR, 115 rbi, .283 avg (all-star)
SP: Tom Glavine...14-11, 4.12 era
SP: Greg Maddux...19-9, 3.57 era (gold glove)
SP: John Smoltz...11-8, 3.19 era
SP: Kevin Millwood...18-7, 2.68 era (all-star)
SP: Odalis Perez...4-6, 6.00 era
CL: John Rocker...4-5, 2.49 era, 38 saves
Relievers: Mike Cather, Bruce Chen, Kevin McGlinchy, Terry Mulholland, Mike Remlinger, Rudy Seanez, Russ Springer, Mark Wohlers
Bench: Eddie Perez, Mark DeRosa, Ozzie Guillen, Brain Hunter, Keith Lockhart, Randall Simon, George Lombard, Otis Nixon
Attendance: 3,284,901
1998: 106-56, NL East Champions 

MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Javy Lopez...34 HR, 106 rbi, .284 avg (all-star)
1B: Andres Galarraga...44 HR, 121 rbi, .305 avg (all-star)
2B: Keith Lockhart...9 HR, 37 rbi, .257 avg
SS: Walt Weiss...0 HR, 27 rbi, .280 avg (all-star)
3B: Chipper Jones...34 HR, 107 rbi, .313 avg (all-star)
LF: Ryan Klesko...18 HR, 70 rbi, .274 avg
CF: Andruw Jones...31 HR, 90 rbi, .271 avg (gold glove)
RF: Michael Tucker...13 HR, 46 rbi, .271 avg
SP: Tom Glavine...20-6, 2.47 era (all-star, cy young, silver slugger)
SP: Greg Maddux...18-9, 2.22 era (all-star, gold glove)
SP: John Smoltz...17-3, 2.90 era
SP: Kevin Millwood...17-8, 4.08 era
SP: Denny Neagle...16-11, 3.55 era
CL: Kerry Lightenberg...3-2, 2.71 era, 30 saves
Relievers: Paul Byrd, Mike Cather, Norm Charlton, Bruce Chen, Alan Embree, Dennis Martinez, Odalis Perez, John Rocker, Rudy Seanez, Russ Springer, Mark Wohlers
Bench: Eddie Perez, Rafael belliard, Greg Colbrunn, Mark DeRosa, Tony Graffanino, Ozzie Guillen, Wes Helms, Keith Lockhart, Marty Malloy, Randall Simon, Danny Bautista, George Lombard, Curtis Pride, Gerald Williams
Attendance:3,360,860
After the Games the former Centennial Olympic Stadium was reconfigured into Turner Field, and opened in 1997. The soon-to-be demolished Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium looms in the background.

1997: 101-61, NL East Champions 
MGR: Bobby Cox (all star)
C: Javy Lopez...23 HR, 68 rbi, .295 avg (all star)
1B: Fred McGriff...22 HR, 97 rbi, .277 avg
2B: Mark Lemke...2 HR, 26 rbi, .245 avg
SS: Jeff Blauser...17 HR, 70 rbi, .308 avg (all star, silver slugger)
3B: Chipper Jones...21 HR, 111 rbi, .295 avg (all star)
LF: Ryan Klesko...24 HR, 84 rbi, .261 avg
CF: Kenny Lofton...5 HR, 48 rbi, .333 avg (all star)
CF: Andruw Jones...18 HR, 70 rbi, .231 avg
RF: Michael Tucker...14 HR, 56 rbi, .283 avg
SP: Tom Glavine...14-7, 2.96 era (all star)
SP: Greg Maddux...19-4, 2.20 era (all star, gold glove)
SP: John Smoltz...15-12, 3.02 era (silver slugger)
SP: Kevin Millwood...5-3, 4.03 era
SP: Denny Neagle...20-5, 2.97 era (all star)
CL: Mark Wohlers...5-7, 3.50 era, 33 saves
Relievers: Mike Bielecki, Joe Borowski, Paul Byrd, Brad Clontz, Alan Embree, Kerry Lightenberg, Terrell Wade
Bench: Eddie Perez, Rafael Belliard, Greg Colbrunn, Ed Giovanola, Tony Graffinino, Keith Lockhart, Mike Mordecai, Randall Simon, Danny Bautista
Attendance: 3,464,488
In 1996 rookie centerfielder Andruw Jones became the youngest ever to hit a home run in the World Series

1996: 96-66, National League Champions 
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Javy Lopez...23 HR, 69 rbi, .282 avg (NLCS MVP)
1B: Fred McGriff...28 HR, 107 rbi, .295 avg (all star)
2B: Mark Lemke...5 HR, 37 rbi, .255 avg
SS: Jeff Blauser...10 HR, 35 rbi, .245 avg
3B: Chipper Jones...30 HR, 110 rbi, .309 avg (all star)
LF: Ryan Klesko...34 HR, 93 rbi, .282 avg
CF: Marquis Grissom...23 HR, 74 rbi, .308 avg (gold glove)
RF: Dave Justice...6 HR, 25 rbi, .321 avg
SP: Tom Glavine...15-10, 2.98 era (all star, silver slugger)
SP: Greg Maddux...15-11, 2.72 era (all star, gold glove)
SP: John Smoltz...24-8, 2.94 era (all star, cy young)
SP: Mike Bielecki...4-3, 2.63 era
CL: Mark Wohlers...2-4, 3.03 era, 39 saves (all star)
Relievers: Pedro Borbon, Joe Borowski, Brad Clontz, Greg McMichael, Denny Neagle, Jason Schmidt, Terrell Wade
Bench: Eddie Perez, Rafael Belliard, Ed Giovanola, Tyler Houston, Mike Mordecai, Terry Pendleton, Danny Bautista, Jermaine Dye, Andruw Jones, Luis Polonia, Dwight Smith, Jerome Walton, Mark Whiten
Attendance: 2,901,242
1995: 90-54, World Series Champions 
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Javy Lopez...14 HR, 51 rbi, .315 avg
1B: Fred McGriff...27 HR, 93 rbi, .280 avg (all star)
2B: Mark Lemke...5 HR, 38 rbi, .253 avg
SS: Jeff Blauser...12 HR, 31 rbi, .211 avg
3B: Chipper Jones...23 HR, 86 rbi, .265 avg
LF: Ryan Klesko...23 HR, 70 rbi, .310 avg
CF: Marquis Grissom...12 HR, 42 rbi, .258 avg (gold glove)
RF: Dave Justice...24 HR, 78 rbi, .253 avg
SP: Tom Glavine...16-7, 3.08 era (World Series MVP, silver slugger)
SP: Greg Maddux...19-2, 1.63 era (Cy Young, all-star, gold glove)
SP: John Smoltz...12-7, 3.18 era
SP: Steve Avery...7-13, 4.67 era
SP: Kent Mercker...7-8, 4.14 era
CL: Mark Wohlers...7-3, 2.09 era, 25 saves
Relievers: Steve Bedrosian, Pedro Borbon, Brad Clontz, Greg McMichael, Alejandro Pena, Jason Schmidt, Mike Stanton, Terrell Wade
Bench: Eddie Perez, Charlie O'Brien, Rafael Belliard, Ed Giovanola, Mike Mordecai, Mike Devereaux (NLCS MVP), Mike Kelly, Luis Polonia, Dwight Smith
Attendance: 2,561,831
1994: 68-46, Second Place, NL East
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Javy Lopez...13 HR, 35 rbi, .245 avg
1B: Fred McGriff...34 HR, 94 rbi, .318 avg (all star game MVP)
2B: Mark Lemke...3 HR, 31 rbi, .294 avg
SS: Jeff Blauser...6 HR, 45 rbi, .258 avg
3B: Terry Pendleton...7 HR, 30 rbi, .252 avg
LF: Ryan Klesko...17 HR, 47 rbi, .278 avg
CF: Deion Sanders...4 HR, 21 rbi, .288 avg
RF: Dave Justice...19 HR, 59 rbi, .313 avg (all star)
SP: Tom Glavine...13-9, 3.97 era
SP: Greg Maddux...16-6, 1.56 era (Cy Young, gold glove, all-star)
SP: John Smoltz...6-10, 4.14 era
SP: Steve Avery...8-3, 4.04 era
SP: Kent Mercker...9-4, 3.45 era
CL: Greg McMichael...4-6, 3.84 era, 21 saves
Relievers: Steve Bedrosian, Mike Bielecki, Gregg Olson, Mike Stanton, Brad Woodall
Bench: Charlie O'Brien, Rafael Belliard, Mike Mordecai, Bill Pecota, Dave Gallager, Mike Kelly, Roberto Kelly, Tony Tarasco
Attendance: 2,539,240
 
1993: 104-58, NL West Champions
MGR: Bobby Cox (all-star)
C: Damon Berryhill...8 HR, 43 rbi, .245 avg
1B: Sid Bream...9 HR, 35 rbi, .260 avg
2B: Mark Lemke...7 HR, 49 rbi, .252 avg
SS: Jeff Blauser...15 HR, 73 rbi, .305 avg (all-star)
3B: Terry Pendleton...17 HR, 84 rbi, .272 avg
LF: Ron Gant...36 HR, 117 rbi, .274 avg
CF: Otis Nixon...HR, 24 rbi, .269 avg
RF: Dave Justice...40 HR, 120 rbi, .270 avg (all-star, silver slugger)
SP: Tom Glavine...22-6, 3.20 era (all-star)
SP: Greg Maddux...20-10, 2.36 era (Cy Young, gold glove)
SP: John Smoltz...15-11, 3.62 era (all-star)
SP: Steve Avery...18-6, 2.94 era (all-star)
SP: Pete Smith...4-8, 4.37 era
CL: Mike Stanton...4-6, 4.67 era, 27 saves
Relievers: Steve Bedrosian, Pedro Borbon, Marvin Freeman, Jay Howell, Greg McMichael, Kent Mercker, Mark Wohlers 
Bench: Javy Lopez, Greg Olson, Rafael Belliard, Francisco Cabrera, Brian Hunter, Chipper Jones, Ryan Klesko, Fred McGriff, Bill Pecota, Deion Sanders, Tony Tarasco 
Attendance: 3,884,720
John Smoltz tags out the Blue Jays' Roberto Alomar in the 1992 World Series

1992: 98-64, National League Champions
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Greg Olson...3 HR, 27 rbi, .238 avg
1B: Sid Bream...10 HR, 61 rbi, .261 avg
2B: Mark Lemke...6 HR, 26 rbi, .227 avg
SS: Jeff Blauser...14 HR, 46 rbi, .262 avg
3B: Terry Pendleton...21 HR, 105 rbi, .311 avg (all-star, gold glove)
LF: Ron Gant...17 HR, 80 rbi, .259 avg (all-star)
CF: Otis Nixon...2 HR, 22 rbi, .294 avg
RF: Dave Justice...21 HR, 72 rbi, .256 avg
SP: Tom Glavine...20-8, 2.76 era (all-star)
SP: John Smoltz...15-12, 2.85 era (NLCS MVP)
SP: Steve Avery...11-11, 3.20 era
SP: Charlie Leibrandt...15-7, 3.36 era
SP: Pete Smith...7-0, 2.05 era
CL: Alejandro Pena...1-6, 4.07 era, 15 saves
Relievers: Juan Berenguer, Mike Bielecki, Pedro Borbon, Marvin Freeman, David Neid, Jeff Reardon, Armando Reynoso, Randy St. Claire, Mike Stanton, Mark Wohlers
Bench: Rafael Belliard, Damon Berryhill, Francisco Cabrera, Vinny Castilla, Tommy Gregg, Brian Hunter, Ryan Klesko, Javy Lopez, Steve Lyons, Melvin Nieves, Deion Sanders, Lonnie Smith, Jeff Treadway, Jerry Willard 
Attendance: 3,077,400
1991: 94-68, National League Champions
MGR: Bobby Cox (manager of the year)
C: Greg Olson…6 HR, 44 rbi, .241 avg
1B: Sid Bream…11 HR, 45 rbi, .253 avg
2B: Mark Lemke…2 HR, 23 rbi, .234 avg
SS: Jeff Blauser…11 HR, 54 rbi, .259 avg
3B: Terry Pendleton…22 HR, 86 rbi, .319 avg (NL MVP)
LF: Lonnie Smith…7 HR, 44 rbi, .275 avg
CF: Ron Gant…32 HR, 105 rbi, .251 avg (silver slugger)
RF: Dave Justice…21 HR, 87 rbi, .275 avg
SP: Tom Glavine: 20-11, 2.55 era, Cy Young, all-star, silver slugger
SP: John Smoltz…14-13, 3.80 era
SP: Steve Avery…18-8, 3.38 era
SP: Charlie Leibrandt…15-13, 3.49 era
SP: Pete Smith…1-3, 5.06 era
CL: Juan Berenguer…0-3, 2.24 era, 17 saves
Relievers: Mike Beilecki, Jim Clancy, Marvin Freeman, Rick Mahler, Kent Mercker, Jeff Parrett, Alejandro Pena, Dan Petry, Armando Reynoso, Randy St. Claire, Mike Stanton, Mark Wohlers
Bench: Damon Berryhill, Francisco Cabrera, Mike Heath, Jerry Willard, Mike Bell, Rafael Belliard, Vinny Castilla, Danny Heep, Brian Hunter, Jeff Treadway, Tommy Gregg, Keith Mitchell, Otis Nixon, Deion Sanders
Attendance: 2,140,217
1990: 65-97, NL West 6th Place
MGR: Russ Nixon, Bobby Cox
C: Greg Olson...7 HR, 36 rbi, .262 avg (all-star)
1B: Dave Justice...28 HR, 78 rbi, .282 avg (rookie of the year)
2B: Jeff Treadway...11 HR, 59 rbi, .283 avg
SS: Jeff Blauser...8 HR, 39 rbi, .269 avg
3B: Jim Presley...19 HR, 72 rbi, .242 avg
LF: Lonnie Smith...9 HR, 42 rbi, .305 avg
CF: Ron Gant...32 HR, 84 rbi, .303 avg
RF: Dale Murphy...17 HR, 55 rbi, .232 avg
SP: Tom Glavine...10-12, 4.28 era
SP: John Smoltz...14-11, 3.85 era
SP: Steve Avery...3-11, 5.64 era
SP: Charlie Leibrandt...9-11, 3.16 era
SP: Pete Smith...5-6, 4.79 era
CL: Joe Boever...1-3, 4.68 era, 8 saves
Relievers: Marty Clary, Marvin Freeman, Mark Grant, Tommy Greene, Dwayne Henry, Joe Hesketh, Charlie Kerfeld, Derek Lilliquist, Paul Marak, Kent Mercker, Jeff Parrett, Doug Sisk, Mike Stanton, Sergio Valdez 
Bench: Jimmy Kremers, Kelly Mann, Ernie Whitt, Mike Bell, Francisco Cabrera, Jody Davis, Nick Esasky, Tommy Gregg, mark lemke, Andres Thomas, Geronimo Berroa, Oddibe McDowell, Jim Vatcher
Attendance: 980,129
1989: 63-97, NL West 6th Place
MGR: Russ Nixon
C: Jody Davis...4 HR, 19 rbi, .169 avg
1B: Gerald Perry...4 HR, 21 rbi, .252 avg
2B: Jeff Treadway...8 HR, 40 rbi, .277 avg
SS: Andres Thomas...13 HR, 57 rbi, .213 avg
3B: Jeff Blauser...12 HR, 46 rbi, .270 avg
LF: Lonnie Smith...21 HR, 79 rbi, .315 avg
CF: Oddibe McDowell...7 HR, 24 rbi, .304 avg
RF: Dale Murphy...20 HR, 84 rbi, .228 rbi
SP: Tom Glavine...14-8, 3.68 era
SP: John Smoltz...12-11, 2.94 era (all-star)
SP: Pete Smith...5-14, 4.75 era
SP: Zane Smith...1-12, 4.45 era
SP: Derrick Lilliquist...8-10, 3.97 era
CL: Joe Boever...4-11, 3.94 era, 21 saves
Relievers: Jim Acker, Jose Alvarez, Paul Assenmacher, Tony Castillo, Marty Clary, Mark Eichhorn, Tommy Greene, Dwayne Henry, Kent Mercker, Charlie Puleo, Mike Stanton, Sergio Valdez
Bench: Bruce Benedict, Francisco Cabrera, Darrell Evans, Ron Gant, Mark Lemke, Ed Whited, Geronimo Berroa, Terry Blocker, Tommy Gregg, Dion James, Dave Justice, Jeff Wetherby
Attendance: 984,930
1988: 54-106, NL West 6th Place
MGR: Chuck Tanner, Russ Nixon
C: Ozzie Virgil...9 HR, 31 rbi, .256 avg
1B: Gerald Perry...8 HR, 74 rbi, .300 avg (all-star)
2B: Ron Gant...19 HR, 60 rbi, .259 avg
SS: Andres Thomas...13 HR, 68 rbi, .252 avg
3B: Ken Oberkfell...3 HR, 40 rbi, .277 avg
LF: Dion James...3 HR, 30 rbi, .256 avg
CF: Albert Hall...HR, 15 rbi, .247 avg
RF: Dale Murphy...23 HR, 77 rbi, .247 avg, Roberto Clemente Award
SP: Tom Glavine...7-17, 4.56 era
SP: John Smoltz...2-7, 5.48 era
SP: Pete Smith...7-15, 3.69 era
SP: Zane Smith...5-10, 4.30 era
SP: Rick Mahler...9-19, 3.69 era
CL: Bruce Sutter...1-4, 4.76 era, 14 saves
Relievers: Jim Acker, Jose Alvarez, Paul Assenmacher, Joe Boever, Juan Eichelberger, German Jimenez, Ed Olwine, Charlie Puleo
Bench: Bruce Benedict, Jody Davis, Jeff Blauser, Damaso Garcia, Mark Lemke, Jim Morrison, Paul Runge, Ted Simmons, Terry Blocker, Tommy Gregg, Ken Griffey, Gary Roenicke, Jerry Royster, Lonnie Smith 
Attendance: 848,089
1987: 69-92, NL West 5th Place
MGR: Chuck Tanner
C: Ozzie Virgil...27 HR, 72 rbi, .247 avg (all-star)
1B: Gerald Perry...12 HR, 74 rbi, .270 avg
2B: Glenn Hubbard...5 HR, 38 rbi, .264 avg
SS: Andres Thomas...5 HR, 39 rbi, .231 avg
3B: Ken Oberkfell...3 HR, 48 rbi, .280 avg
LF: Ken Griffey...14 HR, 64 rbi, .286 avg
CF: Dion James...10 HR, 61 rbi, .312 avg
RF: Dale Murphy...44 HR, 105 rbi, .295 avg (all-star)
SP: Tom Glavine...2-4, 5.54 era
SP: Rick Mahler...8-13, 4.98 era
SP: Zane Smith...15-10, 4.09 era
SP: Doyle Alexander...5-10, 4.13 era
SP: Dave Palmer...8-11, 4.90 era
CL: Gene Garber...8-10, 4.41 era, 10 saves
Relievers: Jim Acker, Paul Assenmacher, Joe Boever, Jeff Dedmon, Larry McWilliams, Phil Niekro, Ed Olwine, Charlie Puleo, Pete Smith
Bench: Bruce Benedict, Jeff Blauser, Trench Davis, Ron Gant, Craig Nettles, Rafael Ramirez, Paul Runge, Ted Simmons, Albert Hall, Gary Roenicke
Attendance: 1,217,402
1986: 72-89, NL West 6th Place
MGR: Chuck Tanner
C: Ozzie Virgil...15 HR, 48 rbi, .223 avg
1B: Bob Horner...27 HR, 87 rbi, .273 avg
2B: Glenn Hubbard...4 HR, 36 rbi, .230 avg
SS: Rafael Ramirez...8 HR, 33 rbi, .240 avg
3B: Ken Oberkfell...5 HR, 48 rbi, .270 avg
LF: Ken Griffey...12 HR, 32 rbi, .308 avg
CF: Dale Murphy...29 HR, 83 rbi, .265 avg (all-star, gold glove)
RF: Claudell Washington...5 HR, 14 rbi, .270 rbi
SP: Rick Mahler...14-18, 4.88 era
SP: Zane Smith...8-16, 4.05 era
SP: Doyle Alexander...6-6, 3.84 era
SP: Dave Palmer...11-10, 3.65 era
SP: Joe Johnson...6-7, 4.97 era
CL: Gene Garber...5-5, 2.54 era, 24 saves
Relievers: Jim Acker, Paul Assenmacher, Jeff Dedmon, Craig McMurtry, Ed Olwine, Charlie Puleo, Cliff Speck, Bruce Sutter, Duane Ward
Bench: Bruce Benedict, Chris Chambliss, Brad Komminsk, Omar Moreno, Paul Runge, Ted Simmons, Andres Thomas, Albert Hall, Terry Harper, Darryl Motley, Gerald Perry, Billy Sample
Attendance: 1,387,181
1985: 66-96, NL West 5th Place
MGR: Eddie Haas, Bobby Wine
C: Rick Cerone...3 HR, 25 rbi, .216 avg
1B: Bob Horner...27 HR, 89 rbi, .267 avg
2B: Glenn Hubbard...5 HR, 39 rbi, .232 avg
SS: Rafael Ramirez...5 HR, 58 avg, .248 avg
3B: Ken Oberkfell...3 HR, 35 rbi, .272 avg
LF: Terry Harper...17 HR, 72 rbi, .264 avg
CF: Dale Murphy...37 HR, 111 rbi, .300 avg (gold glove)
RF: Claudell Washington...15 HR, 43 rbi, .276 avg
SP: Rick Mahler...17-15, 3.48 era
SP: Zane Smith...9-10, 3.80 era
SP: Pascual Perez...1-13, 6.14 era
SP: Len Barker...2-9, 6.35 era
SP: Steve Bedrosian...7-15, 3.83 era
CL: Bruce Sutter...7-7, 4.48 era, 23 saves
Relievers: Rick Camp, Jeff Dedmon, Terry Forster, Gene Garber, Craig McMurtry, Steve Shields
Bench: Bruce Benedict, Chris Chambliss, Gerald Perry, Paul Runge, Andres Thomas, Paul Zuvella, Albert Hall, Brad Komminsk, Milt Thompson
Attendance: 1,350,137

1984: 80-82, NL West 2nd Place 
MGR: Joe Torre
C: Bruce Benedict...4 HR, 25 rbi, .223 avg
1B: Chris Chambliss...9 HR, 44 rbi, .257 avg
2B: Glenn Hubbard...9 HR, 43 rbi, .234 avg
SS: Rafael Ramirez...2 HR, 48 rbi, .266 avg (all star)
3B: Bob Horner...3 HR, 19 rbi, .274 avg
LF: Gerald Perry...7 HR, 47 rbi, .265 avg
CF: Dale Murphy...36 HR, 100 rbi, .290 avg (all-star, gold glove)
RF: Claudell Washington...17 HR, 61 rbi, .286 avg (all-star)
SP: Rick Mahler...13-10, 3.12 era
SP: Rick Camp...8-6, 3.27 era
SP: Pascual Perez...14-8, 3.74 era
SP: Len Barker...7-8, 3.85 era
SP: Craig McMurtry...9-17, 4.32 era
CL: Donnie Moore...4-5, 2.94 era, 16 saves
Relievers: Steve Bedrosian, Tony Brizzolara, Ken Dayley, Jeff Dedmon, Pete Falcone, Terry Forster, Gene Garber, Zane Smith
Bench: Matt Sinatro, Alex Trevino, Randy Johnson, Mike Jorgensen, Ken Oberkfell, Jerry Royster, Paul Runge, Bob Watson, Paul Zuvella, Albert Hall, Terry Harper, Brad Komminsk, Rufino Linares, Milt Thompson, Biff Pocoroba   
Attendance: 1,724,892
1983: 88-74, NL West 2nd Place
MGR: Joe Torre
C: Bruce Benedict...2 HR, 43 rbi, .298 avg (all-star)
1B: Chris Chambliss...20 HR, 78 rbi, .280 avg
2B: Glenn Hubbard...12 HR, 70 rbi, .263 avg (all-star)
SS: Rafael Ramirez...7 HR, 58 rbi, .297 avg
3B: Bob Horner...20 HR, 68 rbi, .303 avg
LF: Brett Butler...5 HR, 37 rbi, .281 avg
CF: Dale Murphy: 36 HR, 121 rbi, .302 (all-star, silver slugger, gold glove, NL MVP)
RF: Claudell Washington...9 HR, 44 rbi, .278 avg
SP: Phil Niekro...11-10, 3.97 era (gold glove)
SP: Rick Camp...10-9, 3.79 era
SP: Pascual Perez...15-8, 3.43 era (all-star)
SP: Craig McMurtry...15-9, 3.08 era
SP: Pete Falcone...9-4, 3.63 era
CL: Steve Bedrosian...9-10, 3.60 era, 19 saves
Relievers: Len Barker, Rick Behenna, Tommy Boogs, Tony Brizzolara, Ken Dayley, Jeff Dedmon, Terry Forster, Gene Garber, Rick Mahler, Donnie Moore, Bob Walk  
Bench: Biff Pocoroba, Matt Sinatro, Brook Jacoby, Randy Johnson, Mike Jorgensen, Gerald Perry, Jerry Royster, paul Runge, Bob Watson, Paul Zuvella, Albert Hall, Terry Harper, Brad Komminsk 
Attendance: 2,119,935
1982: 89-73, NL West Champions
MGR: Joe Torre (manager of the year)
C: Bruce Benedict...3 HR, 44 rbi, .246 avg
1B: Chris Chambliss...20 HR, 86 rbi, .270 avg
2B: Glenn Hubbar...9 HR, 59 era, .248 avg
SS: Rafael Ramirez...10 HR, 52 rbi, .278 avg
3B: Bob Horner...32 HR, 97 rbi, .261 era
LF: Rufino Linares...2 HR, 17 rbi, .298 avg
CF: Dale Murphy: 36 HR,109 rbi,.281 avg,NL MVP,gold glove,silver slugger,all-star
RF: Claudell Washington...16 HR, 80 rbi, .266 avg
SP: Phil Niekro...17-4, 3.61 era (gold glove)
SP: Rick Mahler...9-10, 4.21 era
SP: Rick Camp...11-13, 3.65 era
SP: Pascual Perez...4-4, 3.06 era
SP: Bob Walk...11-9, 4.87 era
CL: Gene Garber...8-10, 2.34 era, 30 saves
Relievers: Jose Alvarez, Steve Bedrosian, Tommy Boggs, Joe Cowley, Ken Dayley, Preston Hanna, Al Hrabosky, Larry McWilliams, Donnie Moore
Bench: Biff Pocoroba, Matt Sinatro, Randy Johnson, Jerry Royster, Ken Smith, Bob Watson, Paul Zuvella, Terry Harper, Larry Whisenton, Albert Hall, Paul Runge 
Attendance: 1,801,985
1981: 50-56, NL West 5th Place
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Bruce Benedict…5 HR, 35 rbi, .256 avg (all-star)
1B: Chris Chambliss…8 HR, 51 rbi, .272 avg
2B: Glenn Hubbard…6 HR, 33 rbi, .235 avg
SS: Rafael Ramirez…2 HR, 20 rbi, .218 avg
3B: Bob Horner…15 HR, 42 rbi, .277 avg
LF: Rufino Linares…5 HR, 25 rbi, .265 avg
CF: Dale Murphy…13 HR, 50 rbi, .247 avg
RF: Claudell Washington…5 HR, 37 rbi, .291 avg
SP: Phil Niekro…7-7, 3.10 era
SP: Gaylord Perry…8-9, 3.94 era
SP: Tommy Boggs…3-13, 4.10 era
SP: Rick Mahler…8-6, 2.80 era
SP: Rick Camp…9-3, 1.78 era, 17 saves
CL: Gene Garber…4-6, 2.61 era, 2 saves
Relievers: Jose Alvarez, Steve Bedrosian, Larry Bradford, Preston Hanna, Al Hrabosky, Rick Matula, Larry McWilliams, John Montefusco, Bob Walk
Bench: Matt Sinatro, Bill Nahorodny, Luis Gomez, Brook Jacoby, Biff Pocoroba, Jerry Royster, Paul Runge, Ken Smith, Brian Asselstine, Brett Butler, Albert Hall, Terry Harper, Mike Lum, Larry Whisenton
Attendance: 535,418


1980: 81-80, NL West 4th Place
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Bruce Benedict…2 HR, 34 rbi, .253 avg
1B: Chris Chambliss…18 HR, 72 rbi, .282 avg
2B: Glenn Hubbard…9 HR, 43 rbi, .248 avg
SS: Jerry Royster…1 HR, 20 rbi, .242 avg
3B: Bob Horner…35 HR, 89 rbi, .268 avg
LF: Jeff Burroughs…13 HR, 51 rbi, .263 avg
CF: Dale Murphy…33 HR, 89 rbi, .281 avg, all-star
RF: Gary Matthew s…19 HR, 75 rbi, .278 avg
SP: Phil Niekro: 15-18, 3.63 era, save, Roberto Clemente Award, gold glove
SP: Doyle Alexander…14-11, 4.20 era
SP: Larry McWilliams…9-14, 4.95 era
SP: Tommy Boggs…12-9, 3.42 era
SP: Rick Matula…11-13, 4.58 era
C: Rick Camp…6-4, 1.91 era, 22 saves
Relievers: Larry Bradford, Gene Garber, Preston Hanna, Al Hrabosky, Rick Mahler  
Bench: Biff Pocoroba, Joe Nolan, Larvell “Sugar Bear” Blanks, Luis Gomez, Rafael Ramirez, Chico Ruiz, Brian Asselstine, Terry Harper, Mike Lum, Eddie Miller, Charlie Spikes  
Attendance: 1,048,411




1979: 66-94 NL West 6th Place
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Bruce Benedict…0 HR, 15 rbi, .225 avg
1B: Dale Murphy…21 HR, 57 rbi, .276 avg
2B: Glenn Hubbard…3 HR, 29 rbi, .231 avg
SS: Jerry Royster…3 HR, 51 rbi, .273 avg
3B: Bob Horner…33 HR, 98 rbi, .314 avg
LF: Jeff Burroughs...11 HR, 47 rbi, .224 avg
CF: Barry Bonnell...12 HR, 45 rbi, .259 avg
RF: Gary Matthews…27 HR, 90 rbi, .304 avg avg
SP: Phil Niekro…21-20, 3.39 era, gold glove
SP: Eddie Solomon…7-14, 4.21 era
SP: Tony Brizzolara…6-9, 5.28 era… era
SP: Mickey Mahler...5-11, 5.85 era
SP: Rick Matula…8-10, 4.15 era
C: Gene Garber…6-16, 4.33 era, 25 saves
Relievers: Tommy Boggs, Larry Brad ford, Adrian Devine, Jamie Easterly, Preston Hanna, Frank LaCorte, Mickey Mahler, Rick Mahler, Bo McLaughlin, Joey McLaughlin, Larry McWilliams, Craig Skok  
Bench: Biff Pocoroba, Joe Nolan, Brian Asselstine, Bob Beall, Darrel Chaney, Mike Lum, Mike Macha, Eddie Miller, Jerry Royster, Charlie Spikes, Barry Bonnell, Rowland Office, Larry Whisenton  
Attendance: 769,464



1978: 69-93, NL West 6th Place
MGR: Bobby Cox
C: Biff Pocoroba...6 HR, 34 rbi, .242 avg (all-star) 
1B: Dale Murphy...23 HR, 79 rbi, .226 avg
2B: Jerry Royster...2 HR, 35 rbi, .259 avg
SS: Darrel Chaney...3 HR, 20 rbi, .224 avg
3B: Bob Horner...23 HR, 63 rbi, .266 avg
LF: Jeff Burroughs...23 HR, 77 rbi, .301 (all-star)
CF: Rowland Office...9 HR, 40 rbi, .250 avg
RF: Gary Matthews...18 HR, 62 rbi, .285 avg
SP: Phil Niekro...19-18, 2.88 era (gold glove, all-star)
SP: Jim Bouton...1-3, 4.97 era
SP: Larry McWilliams...9-3, 2.81 era
SP: Preston Hanna...7-13, 5.13 era
SP: Mickey Mahler...4-11, 4.68 era
CL: Gene Garber...4-4, 2.53 era, 22 saves
Relievers: Tommy Boggs, Rick Camp, Adrian Devine, Jamie Easterly, Frank LaCorte, Max Leon, Dick Ruthven, Craig Skok, Eddie Solomon
Bench: Bruce Benedict, Joe Nolan, Bob Beall, Rob Belloir, Rod Gilbreath, Glenn Hubbard, Tom Pacioick, Pat Rockett, Chico Ruiz, Hank Small, Brian Asselstine, Barry Bonnell, Cito Gaston, Eddie Miller, Larry Whisenton
Attendance: 904,494
1977: 61-101, NL West 6th Place
MGR: Dave Bristol, Ted Turner, Vern Benson
C: Biff Pocoroba...8 HR, 44 rbi, .290 avg
1B: Willie Montanez...20 HR, 68 rbi, .287 avg (all-star)
2B: Rod Gilbreath...8 HR, 43 rbi, .243 avg
SS: Jerry Royster...6 HR, 28 rbi, .216 avg
3B: Junior Moore...5 HR, 34 rbi, .260 avg
LF: Gary Matthews...17 HR, 64 rbi, .283 avg
CF: Rowland Office...5 HR, 39 rbi, .241 avg
RF: Jeff Burroughs...41 HR, 114 rbi, .271 avg
SP: Phil Niekro...16-20, 4.03 era
SP: Andy Messersmith...5-4, 4.40 era
SP: Buzz Capra...6-11, 5.36 era
SP: Dick Ruthven...7-13, 4.23 era
SP: Eddie Solomon...6-6, 4.57 era
CL: Rick Camp...6-3, 4.00 era, 10 saves
Relievers: Larry Bradford, Dave Campbell, Mike Davey, Jamie Easterly, Preston Hanna, Frank LaCorte, Max Leon, Mickey Mahler, Mike Marshall
Bench: Vic Correll, Dale Murphy, Joe Nolan, Rob Belloir, Darrel Chaney, Tom Paciorek, Craig Robinson, Pat Rockett, Brian Asselstine, Barry Bonnell, Cito Gaston, Larry Whisenton
Attendance: 872,464

1976: 70-92, NL West 6th Place
MGR: Dave Bristol
C: Earl Williams…9 HR, 26 rbi, .212 avg
1B: Willie Montanez…9 HR, 64 rbi, .321 avg
2B: Rod Gilbreath…HR, 32 rbi, .251 avg
SS: Darrel Chaney…HR, 50 rbi, .252 avg
3B: Jerry Royster…5 HR, 45 rbi, .248 avg
LF: Jimmy Wynn…17 HR, 66 rbi, .207 avg
CF: Rowland Office…4 HR, 34 rbi, .281 avg
RF: Ken Henderson…13 HR, 61 rbi, .262 avg
SP: Phil Niekro…17-11, 3.29 era
SP: Andy Messersmith…11-11, 3.04 era, 1 save (all-star)
SP: Carl Morton… 4-9, 4.17 era
SP: Dick Ruthven…14-17, 4.19 era (all-star)
SP: Frank LaCorte…3-12, 4.70 era
CL: Mike Marshall…2-1, 3.19 era, 6 saves
Relievers: Mike Beard, Rick Camp, Buzz Capra, Bruce Dal Canton, Adrian Devine, Jamie Easterly, Preston Hanna, Max Leon, Roger Moret, Elias Sosa, Pablo Torreabla
Bench: Dale Murphy, Biff Pocoroba, Vic Correll, Rob Belloir, Darrell Evans, Lee Lacy, Junior Moore, Marty Perez, Craig Robinson, Pat Rockett, Brian Asselstine, Cito Gaston, Dave May, Tom Paciorek, Jimmy Wynn, Terry Crowley
Attendance: 818,179
Willie Montanez was selected to the National League All-Star team
1975: 67-94, NL West 5th Place
MGR: Clyde King, Connie Ryan
C: Vic Correll…11 HR, 39 rbi, .215 avg
1B: Earl Williams…11 HR, 50 rbi, .240 avg
2B: Marty Perez…2 HR, 34 rbi, .275 avg
SS: Larvell Blanks…3 HR, 38 rbi, .234 avg
3B: Darrell Evans… 22 HR, 73 rbi, .243 avg
LF: Ralph Garr….6 HR, 31 rbi, .278 avg
CF: Rowland Office…3 HR, 30 rbi, .290 avg
RF: Dusty Baker…19 HR, 72 rbi, .261 avg
SP: Phil Niekro…15-15, 3.20 era, all-star
SP: Ron Reed…4-5, 4.22 era
SP: Carl Morton…17-16, 3.50 era
SP: Buzz Capra…4-7, 4.25 era
SP: Blue Moon Odom…1-7, 7.07 era
CL: Tom House…7-7, 3.18 era, 11 saves
Relievers: Mike Beard, Bruce Dal Canton, Adrian Devine, Jamie Easterly, Gary Gentry, Preston Hanna, Roric Harrison, Frank LaCorte, Max Leon, Ray Sadecki, Elias Sosa, Pablo Torreabla
Bench: Joe Nolan, Johnny Oates, Biff Pocoroba, Dick Allen, Bob Beall, Rob Belloir, Rod Gilbreath, Mike Lum, Craig Robinson, Cito Gaston, Dave May, Davey Johnson, Frank Tepedino
Attendance: 534,672
1974: 88-74, NL West 3rd Place
MGR: Eddie Mathews, Clyde King
C: Johnny Oates…HR, 21 rbi, .223 avg
1B: Davey Johnson…15 HR, 62 rbi, .251 avg
2B: Marty Perez…2 HR, 34 rbi, .260 avg
SS: Craig Robinson…0 HR, 29 rbi, .230 avg
3B: Darrell Evans…25 HR, 79 rbi, .240 avg
LF: Ralph Garr…11 HR, 54 rbi, .353 avg (all-star)
CF: Dusty Baker…20 HR, 69 rbi, .256 avg
RF: Hank Aaron…20 HR, 69 rbi, .268 avg (all-star, 715th HR)   
SP: Phil Niekro…20-13, 2.38 era, save
SP: Ron Reed…10-11, 3.39 era
SP: Carl Morton…16-12, 3.15 era
SP: Buzz Capra…16-8, 2.28 era, save (all-star)
SP: Joe Niekro…3-2, 3.56 era
CL: Tom House…6-2, 1.93 era, 11 saves
Relievers: Mike Beard, Jamie Easterly, Danny Frisella, Gary Gentry, Roric Harrison, Max Leon  
Bench: Paul Casanova, Vic Correll, Larvell Blanks, Leo Foster, Rod Gilbreath, Mike Lum, Frank Tepedino, Sonny Jackson , Norm Miller, Ivan Murrell, Rowland Office
Attendance: 981,085

1973: 76-85, NL West 5th Place    
MGR: Eddie Mathews
C: Johnny Oates…4 HR, 27 avg, .248 avg
1B: Mike Lum…16 HR, 82 rbi, .294 avg
2B: Davey Johnson…43 HR, 99 rbi, .270 avg (all-star)
SS: Marty Perez…8 HR, 57 rbi, .250 avg
3B: Darrell Evans…41 HR, 104 rbi, .281 avg (all-star)
LF: Hank Aaron…40 HR, 96 rbi, .301 avg (all-star)
CF: Dusty Baker…21 HR, 99 rbi, .288 avg
RF: Ralph Garr…11 HR, 55 rbi, .299 avg
SP: Phil Niekro…13-10, 3.31 era, 4 saves
SP: Ron Reed…4-11, 4.41 era, 1 save
SP: Carl Morton…15-10, 3.41 era
SP: Roric Harrison…11-8, 4.16 era
SP: Ron Schueler…8-7, 3.87 era, 2 saves
CL: Danny Frisella…1-2, 4.20 era, 8 saves
Relievers: Adrian Devine, Pat Dobson, Gary Gentry, Tom House, Tom Kelley, Max Leon, Gary Niebauer, Joe Niekro, Jim Panther, Cecil Upshaw   
Bench: Paul Casanova, Larvell Blanks, Dick Dietz, Leo Foster, Rod Gilbreath, Chuck Coggin, Joe Pepitone, Frank Tepedino, Oscar Brown, Sonny Jackson, Norm Miller
Attendance: 800,655
1972: 70-84, NL West 4th Place
MGR: Luman Harris, Eddie Mathews
C: Earl Williams…28 HR, 87 rbi, .258 avg
1B: Hank Aaron: 34 HR, 77 rbi, .265 avg (all-star starter, HR)
2B: Felix Millan…HR, 38 rbi, .257 avg
SS: Marty Perez…HR, 28 rbi, .228 avg
3B: Darrell Evans…19 HR, 71 rbi, .254 avg
LF: Rico Carty…6 HR, 29 rbi, .277 avg
CF: Dusty Baker…17 HR, 76 rbi, .321 avg
RF: Ralph Garr...12 HR, 53 rbi, .325 avg
SP: Phil Niekro…16-12, 3.06 era
SP: Ron Reed…11-15, 3.93 era
SP: George Stone…6-11, 5.51 era, save
SP: Ron Schueler…5-8, 3.67 era, 2 saves
SP: Pat Jarvis…11-7, 4.10 era, 2 saves
CL: Cecil Upshaw…3-5, 3.69 era, 13 saves
Relievers: Steve Barber, Jimmy Freeman, Joe Hoerner, Tom House, Larry Jaster, Tom Kelley, Denny McLain, Mike McQueen, Jim Nash, Gary Neibauer
Bench: Paul Casanova, Bob Didier, Larvell Blanks, Jim Breazeale, Orlando Cepeda, Gil Garrido, Rod Gilbreath, Sonny Jackson , Oscar Brown, Mike Lum, Rowland Office
Attendance: 752,973
1971: 82-80 NL West 3rd place

MGR: Luman Harris

C: Earl Williams…33 HR, 87 rbi, .260 avg
1B: Hank Aaron…47 HR, 118 rbi, .327 avg (all-star)
2B: Felix Millan…2 HR, 45 rbi, .289 avg (all-star)
SS: Marty Perez…4 HR, 32 rbi, .227 avg
3B: Darrell Evans…12 HR, 38 rbi, .242 avg
LF: Ralph Garr…9 HR, 44 rbi, .343 avg
CF: Sonny Jackson…2 HR, 25 rbi, .258 avg
RF: Mike Lum…13 HR, 55 rbi, .269 avg
SP: Phil Niekro…15-14, 2.98 era, 2 saves
SP: Ron Reed…13-14, 3.72 era
SP: George Stone…6-8, 3.60 era
SP: Pat Jarvis…6-14, 4.10 era, 1 save
SP: Jim Nash…9-7, 4.94 era, 2 saves
CL: Cecil Upshaw…11-6, 3.51 era, 17 saves
Relievers: Steve Barber, Ron Herbel, Tom House, Tom Kelley, Mike McQueen, Gary Neibauer, Bob Priddy, Luis Tiant, Hoyt Wilhelm
Bench: Bob Didier, Hal King, Tommie Aaron, Clete Boyer, Jim Breazeale, Orlando Cepeda, Leo Foster, Gil Garrido, Tony LaRussa, Zoilo Versalles, Dusty Baker, Oscar Brown  
Attendance: 1,006,320



































 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 





1970: 76-86 NL West 5th Place
MGR: Luman Harris (all-star)
C: Bob Tillman…11 HR, 30 rbi, .238 avg
1B: Orlando Cepeda…34 HR, 111 rbi, .305 avg
2B: Felix Millan…2 HR, 37 rbi, .310 avg (all-star)
SS: Sonny Jackson…0 HR, 20 rbi, .259 avg  
3B: Clete Boyer…16 HR, 62 rbi, .246 avg
LF: Rico Carty: 25 HR, 101 rbi, .366 avg (all-star write-in)
CF: Tony Gonzalez…7 HR, 55 rbi, .265 avg
RF: Hank Aaron…38 HR, 118 rbi, .298 avg (all-star)
SP: Phil Niekro...12-18, 4.27 era
SP: Ron Reed…7-10, 4.41 era
SP: George Stone…11-11, 3.86 era
SP: Pat Jarvis...16-16, 3.61 era
SP: Jim Nash…13-9, 4.07 era
CL: Hoyt Wilhelm…6-4, 3.10 era, 13 saves (all-star)
Relievers: Steve Barber, Don Cardwell, Larry Jaster, Rick Kester, Ron Kline, Mike McQueen, Julio Navarro, Gary Neibauer, Milt Pappas, Bob Priddy   
Bench: Bob Didier, Hal King, Tommie Aaron, Bob Aspomonte, Darrell Evans, Gil Garrido, Earl Williams, Dusty Baker, Oscar Brown, Ralph Garr, y Gonzalez, Mike Lum
Attendance: 1,078,848


























 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 







1969: 93-69 NL West 1st Place
MGR: Luman Harris
C: Bob Didier…0 HR, 32 rbi, .256 avg
1B: Orlando Cepeda…22 HR, 88 rbi, .257 avg
2B: Felix Millan…6 HR, 57 rbi, .267 avg (all-star, gold glove)
SS: Sonny Jackson…HR, 27 rbi, .239 avg
3B: Clete Boyer...14 HR, 57 rbi, .250 avg (gold glove)
LF: Rico Carty…16 HR, 58 rbi, .342 avg
CF: Felipe Alou…5 HR, 32 rbi, .282 avg
RF: Hank Aaron…44HR, 97 rbi, .300 avg (all-star)
SP: Phil Niekro…23-13, 2.56 era, save (all-star)
SP: Ron Reed…18-10, 3.47 era
SP: George Stone…13-10, 3.65 era, 3 saves
SP: Milt Pappas…6-10, 3.63 era
SP: Pat Jarvis…13-11, 4.43 era
CL: Cecil Upshaw…6-4, 2.91 era, 27 saves
Relievers: Jim Britton, Paul Doyle, Ken Johnson, Rick Kester, Larry Maxie, Mike McQueen, Gary Niebauer, Bob Priddy, Claude Raymond, Hoyt Wilhelm
Bench: Walt Hriniak, Bob Tillman, Tommie Aaron, Jim Breazeale, Darrell Evans, Gil Garrido, Bob Aspromonte, Dusty Baker, Oscar Brown, Tito Francona, Ralph Garr, Tony Gonzalez, Mike Lum
Attendance: 1,458,320
1968: 81-81 NL 5th Place
MGR: Luman Harris
C: Joe Torre…10 HR, 55 rbi, .271 avg
1B: Deron Johnson…8 HR, 33 rbi, 208 avg
2B: Felix Millan…HR, 33 rbi, .289 avg
SS: Sonny Jackson…HR, 19 rbi, 226 avg
3B: Clete Boyer…4 HR, 17 rbi, 227 avg
LF: Mike Lum…3 HR, 21 rbi, 224 avg
CF: Felipe Alou…11 HR, 57 rbi, 317 avg (all-star)
RF: Hank Aaron…29 HR, 86 rbi, .287 avg (all-star)
SP: Phil Niekro…14-12, 2.59 era, 2 saves
SP: Ron Reed…11-10, 3.35 era (all-star)
SP: Pat Jarvis…16-12, 2.60 era
SP: Milt Pappas…10-8, 2.37 era
SP: Tony Cloninger…1-3, 4.26 era
CL: Cecil Upshaw…8-7, 2.47 era, 13 saves
Relievers: Jim Britton, Clay Carroll, Ken Johnson, Dick Kelley, Rick Kester, Stu Miller, Claude Raymond, Al Santorini, George Stone
Bench: Walt Hriniak, Bob Tillman, Gil Garrido, Marty Martinez, Woody Woodward, Tommie Aaron, Dusty Baker, Tito Francona, Sandy Valdespino, Ralph Garr
Attendance: 1,126,540
1967: 77-85 National League 7th Place
MGR: Luman Harris
C: Joe Torre…20 HR, 68 rbi, .277 avg
1B: Felipe Alou…15 HR, 43 rbi, .274 avg
2B: Woody Woodward…0 HR, 25 rbi, .226 avg
SS: Denis Menke…7 HR, 39 rbi, .227 avg
3B: Clete Boyer…26 HR, 96 rbi, .245 avg
LF: Rico Carty…15 HR, 64 rbi, .255 avg
CF: Mack Jones…17 HR, 50 rbi, .253 avg
RF: Hank Aaron…39 HR, 109 rbi, .307 avg
SP: Phil Niekro…11-9, 1.87 era, 9 saves
SP: Tony Cloninger…4-7, 5.17 era
SP: Pat Jarvis…15-10, 3.66 era
SP: Denny Lemaster…9-9, 3.34 era
SP: Ken Johnson…13-9, 2.74 era
CL: Cecil Upshaw…2-3, 2.58 era, 8 saves
Relievers: Wade Blasingame, Jim Britton, Clay Carroll, Ramon Hernandez, Dick Kelley, Claude Raymond, Ron Reed, George Stone
Bench: Gene Oliver, Bob Uecker, Mike do la Hoz, Tito Francona, Marty Martinez, Felix Millan, Ty Cline, Cito Gaston, Mike Lum, Jim Beauchamp, Charley Lau  
Attendance: 1,389,222
1966: 85-77 National League 5th Place
MGR: Luman Harris
C: Joe Torre…36 HR, 101 rbi, .315 avg (all star)
1B: Felipe Alou…31 HR, 74 rbi, .327 avg (all star)
2B: Woody Woodward…0 HR, 43 rbi, .264 avg
SS: Denis Menke…15 HR, 60 rbi, .251 avg
3B: Eddie Mathews…16 HR, 53 rbi, .250 avg
LF: Rico Carty…15 HR, 76 rbi, .326 avg
CF: Mack Jones…23 HR, 66 rbi, .264 avg
RF: Hank Aaron…44 HR, 127 rbi, .279 avg (all star)
SP: Phil Niekro…4-3, 4.11 era, 2 saves
SP: Tony Cloninger…14-11, 4.12 era, 1 save
SP: Ken Johnson…14-8, 3.30 era
SP: Denny Lemaster…11-8, 3.74 era
SP: Dick Kelley…7-5, 3.22 era
CL: Clay Carroll…8-7, 2.37 era, 11 saves
Relievers: Wade Blasingame, Pat Jarvis, Joey Jay, Billy O’Dell, Chi Chi Olivo, Ron Reed, Cecil Upshaw
Bench: Gene Oliver, Ed Sadowski, Sandy Alomar, Frank Bolling, Ty Cline, Mike de la Hoz, Marty Keough, Felix Millan,
Attendance: 1,539,801

Before he was a Cardinal, Red Schoendienst played for the Braves

The first issue of Sports Illustrated featured the Braves' Eddie Mathews on the cover.

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