Atlanta Braves 2021 MLB Schedule

Here is the complete 2021 schedule for the Atlanta Braves

The Atlanta Braves are one of the oldest franchises in the history of American sports. The team was founded in the year 1871. The Braves currently ply their trade in the East Division of the National League at Truist Park.

They were initially called the Boston Red Stockings since they were found in Boston.

Atlanta Braves are one of the top teams in the MLB
A full capacity crowd attends a MLB, Baseball Herren, USA game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Atlanta Braves at Truist Park in Atlanta (Imago)

The team, then underwent several name changes. And, in the first half of the 20th century they were known as the Boston Braves. Following their move to Milwaukee in 1953, they were called the Milwaukee Braves.

They came to be known as the Atlanta Braves, only after their move to Atlanta in 1966.

The Braves have won 3 World Series Titles, with their most recent win coming in 1995. Their first win came in the year 1914.

The team has won the East Division titles 15 times, and the West Division – 5 times. Their last division win was in the year 2020.

Liberty Media owns Atlanta Braves, who are managed by Brian Snitker.

Atlanta Braves 2021 roster


Ian Anderson, Jesse Biddle, Jesse Chavez, Tucker Davidson, Grant Dayton, Carl Edwards, Jr., Jay Flaa, Max Fried, Shane Greene, Luke Jackson, Nate Jones, Sean Kazmar Jr., Chris Martin, Tyler Matzek, A.J. Minter, Charlie Morton, Kyle Muller, Sean Newcomb, Joc Pederson, Edgar Santana, Will Smith, Drew Smyly, Ty Tice, Josh Tomlin, Jacob Webb, Bryse Wilson, Kyle Wright, Huascar Ynoa


William Contreras, Travis d’Arnaud, Alex Jackson, Jonathan Lucroy, Jeff Mathis, Kevan Smith


Ehire Adrianza, Ozzie Albies, Johan Camargo, Freddie Freeman, Austin Riley, Pablo Sandoval, Dansby Swanson


Ronald Acuña Jr., Abraham Almonte, Orlando Arcia, Guillermo Heredia, Ender Inciarte, Marcell Ozuna, Cristian Javier Pache

Atlanta Braves 2021 MLB Schedule

vs Tampa BaySat, 17 Jul
vs Tampa BaySun, 18 Jul
vs Tampa BaySun, 18 Jul
vs San Diego     Tue, 20 Jul
vs San Diego     Wed, 21 Jul
vs San Diego     Wed, 21 Jul
@ Philadelphia     Fri, 23 Jul
@ Philadelphia     Sat, 24 Jul
@ Philadelphia     Sun, 25 Jul
@ Philadelphia     Sun, 25 Jul
@ New York MetsTue, 27 Jul
@ New York MetsTue, 27 Jul
@ New York MetsWed, 28 Jul
@ New York MetsThu, 29 Jul
@ New York MetsThu, 29 Aug
vs MilwaukeeSat, 31 Jul
vs MilwaukeeSun, 1 Aug
vs MilwaukeeSun, 1 Aug
@ St.LouisWed, 4 Aug
@ St.LouisThu, 5 Aug
@ St.LouisFri, 6 Aug
vs WashingtonSat, 7 Aug
vs WashingtonSun, 8 Aug
vs WashingtonSun, 8 Aug
vs CincinnatiWed, 11 Aug
vs CincinnatiThu, 12 Aug
vs CincinnatiFri, 13 Aug
@ WashingtonSat, 14 Aug
@ WashingtonSun, 15 Aug
@ WashingtonSun, 15 Aug
@ MiamiTue, 17 Aug
@ MiamiWed, 18 Aug
@ MiamiThu, 19 Aug
@ BaltimoreSat, 21 Aug
@ BaltimoreSun, 22 Aug
@ BaltimoreSun, 22 Aug
vs New York YankeesTue, 24 Aug
vs New York YankeesWed, 25 Aug
vs San FranciscoSat, 28 Aug
vs San FranciscoSun, 29 Aug
vs San FranciscoSun, 29 Aug
@ Los AngelesTue, 31 Aug
@ Los AngelesWed, 1 Sep
@ Los AngelesThu, 2 Sep
@ ColoradoFri, 3 Sep
@ ColoradoSat, 4 Sep
@ ColoradoSun, 5 Sep
@ ColoradoMon, 6 Sep
vs WashingtonWed, 8 Sep
vs WashingtonThu, 9 Sep
vs WashingtonFri, 10 Sep
vs MiamiSat, 11 Sep
vs MiamiSun, 12 Sep
vs MiamiSun, 12 Sep
vs ColoradoWed, 15 Sep
vs ColoradoThu, 16 Sep
vs ColoradoThu, 16 Sep
@ San FranciscoSat, 18 Sep
@ San FranciscoSun, 19 Sep
@ San FranciscoMon, 20 Sep
@ ArizonaTue, 21 Sep
@ ArizonaWed, 22 Sep
@ ArizonaThu, 23 Sep
@ ArizonaFri, 24 Sep
@ San DiegoSat, 25 Sep
@ San DiegoSun, 26 Sep
@ San DiegoMon, 27 Sep
vs PhiladelphiaWed, 29 Sep
vs PhiladelphiaThu, 30 Sep
vs PhiladelphiaFri, 1 Oct
vs New York MetsSat, 2 Oct
vs New York MetsSun, 3 Oct
vs New York MetsMon, 4 Oct