The Atlanta Braves have played professional baseball for 146 years, the most in MLB history. With a winning percentage of.505, the Braves have won 10,595 and lost 10,399 of their last 20,994 regular-season games played in leagues such as the National League and the former National Association of Professional Base Ball Players. Through the 2015 season, the team’s overall MLB record was 10,677–10,483.



The Braves have seen various eras of success. The club was particularly powerful in the late nineteenth century winning four of the five National Association of Professional Base Ball Players titles and eight National League pennants.

During their time in Milwaukee, the club never lost a game. As of 2005, the Braves have won 14 straight division titles and five National League championships, making them one of the most successful teams in baseball. The Braves became the third MLB franchise to win 10,000 games in the 2011 season.



The Braves have also had their share of losing seasons. From 1903 through 1913, the team endured eleven successive losing seasons, six of which saw them lose more than 100 games. Between 1917 and 1945, the Braves had only three winning seasons and five seasons with a losing record of 100 or more games, including the worst record in Major League Baseball history in 1935.

1935 Boston Braves season(Worst Season)

Boston Braves season 1965 was the team’s 65th year in existence. At 38 wins and 115 losses, they ended with the poorest record in the National League and the whole MLB.

Season standings

National League         W      L    Pct.     GB    Home    Road

Chicago Cubs            100    54  0.649   —     56–21    44–33
St. Louis Cardinals      96     58  0.623    4      53–24    43–34
New York Giants         91     62   0.595   8½   50–27    41–35
Pittsburgh Pirates       86     67  0.562   13½  46–31     40–36
Brooklyn Dodgers       70    83   0.458   29½   38–38    32–45
Cincinnati Reds           68     85  0.444    31½   41–35    27–50
Philadelphia Phillies    64     89  0.418    35½   35–43     29–46
Boston Braves             38    115  0.248    61½    25–50   13–65

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