When Did The Braves Leave TBS?

Braves TBS Baseball (or Braves Baseball on TBS) was an American television broadcast of regular-season Major League Baseball (MLB) game telecasts starring the Atlanta Braves National League franchise that aired on the American cable and satellite network TBS.

Turner Sports, the sports part of Turner Broadcasting System, Time Warner’s corporate parent, produced the games. The show, which debuted in 1973, discontinued national broadcasts in 2007.

When Did The Braves Leave TBS?
When Did The Braves Leave TBS?

On September 30, 2007, the final Braves baseball game to air on TBS took place, when the Braves fell to the Houston Astros, 3-0, in an away game.

“To all of you people who have watched the Braves for these 30 years,” said play-by-play announcer Skip Caray as he expressed gratitude to the audience during the final broadcast.

The final Braves baseball telecast on TBS aired on September 30, 2007, with the Braves losing 3-0 to the Houston Astros in an away game.

During the final broadcast, play-by-play announcer Skip Caray expressed gratitude to fans, saying, “To all of you individuals who have watched the Braves for the past 30 years, thank you.”.

TBS could have at least paired Fein with one of the Dodgers’ regular analysts. Nothing TBS does makes logic, but the reality is that Braves baseball on TBS is done, and after 20 years, I have to wonder why you would break up with a long and wonderful relationship???