Turner Field, 755 Hank Aaron Drive, Atlanta GA 30315 Google Maps
Turner Field is located southeast of downtown Atlanta. Turner Field has been the home of the Atlanta Braves since 1997. Turner Field replaced multi-purpose Fulton County Stadium which was located north of Turner Field. Fulton County Stadium was the home of the Braves for 30 years after moving from Milwaukee to Atlanta.
Turner Field is served by a free shuttle bus from the Five Points MARTA rail station. The E1 Georgia State MARTA rail station is within several blocks of Turner Field.
Atlanta Braves Tickets
Great tickets (sometimes less than stadium prices) for home and away games are available from a registered ticket broker.
Atlanta Braves History
The Atlanta Braves last won the World Series in the strike shortened 1993 season beating the Cleveland Indians. The previous World Series win was against the New York Yankees in 1957 when the team was in Milwaukee.
In 2010, the Atlanta Braves qualified for the playoffs, but lost in the National League Divison series to the San Francisco Giants, who went on to win the World Series.
The Braves qualified for the 2012 playoffs as the first wild card team. They lost the one game series to the St. Louis Cardinals and were elimminated from the playoffs.
Hank Aaron played almost his entire career for the Braves, first in Milwaukee then Atlanta. He hit 755 career home runs to pass Babe Ruth as the major league all-time home run king. Hank Aaron had 20 or more homers each season for 20 consecutive seasons.