Atlanta Braves Trivia

Can you guess these facts about the Atlanta Braves?
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Last updated: October 4, 2023
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Player who broke Babe Ruth's career home run record in 1974
Hank Aaron
Player who hit 41 home runs and stole 73 bases in 2023
Ronald Acuña Jr.
Player who hit a team record 54 home runs in 2023
Matt Olson
Hall of Famer who the Braves chose with the first pick in the 1990 draft
Chipper Jones
Media mogul who bought the team in 1976
Ted Turner
Cable network which aired Braves games nationwide from the 1970s until 2007
Braves pitchers who won a Cy Young award in the 1990s
Greg Maddux
Tom Glavine
John Smoltz
Object which is depicted on the Braves' logo
Cities that the Braves called home before moving to Atlanta in 1966
All-Star third baseman who was the only player to play for the Braves in all three cities,
hitting 493 home runs in the process
Eddie Mathews
Pitcher who won 356 games for the Braves from 1942–1964
Warren Spahn
Player whose slide into home plate sent the Braves to the World Series in 1992
Sid Bream
Manager of the Braves from 1978–1981 and again from 1990–2010
Bobby Cox
Hall of Famer who played for the Braves during his final season in 1935,
notably hitting 3 home runs in a single game
Babe Ruth
Knuckleballer who won 268 games (and lost 230) for the Braves
Phil Niekro
Team who the Braves beat in the 1995 World Series
Cleveland Indians
Outfielder who was named National League MVP in 1982 and 1983
Dale Murphy
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Nov 6, 2021
Q: Who was the only player in MLB history to play for the Braves in all 3 of the cities the franchise has called home?

A: Eddie Mathews

Q: Who hit 3 home runs in one game for the Braves on May 25, 1935 in Pittsburgh, less than a week before ending his Hall-of-Fame career?

A: Babe Ruth

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Oct 2, 2023
Eddie Mathews was a third baseman, not a first baseman. Please fix this.
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Level 68
Oct 2, 2023
Chipper Jones isn't a "future" Hall of Famer anymore.
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Oct 4, 2023