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Team: Milwaukee Braves [ID #19] Bookmark Milwaukee Braves

Location: Milwaukee, WI (Midwest)

League: VI.1 - East

Owner: bravesteam send message
          [since August 03rd 2020 | last seen May 25th 2022]

Manager: Don Richard

Ballpark: Milwaukee Ballpark

Rank: #486 - Rating: 78.49

Fan Mood: 126.98

Prestige: 20

Color: Navy & Red

Team Notes:

• Jan 22 2055: Miguel Abreu was released.
• Mar 20 2054: Zack Ellis was signed as a free agent.
• Mar 10 2054: Andy Parrish was signed as a free agent.
• Feb 18 2054: Buck Moore was signed as a free agent.
• Jan 13 2054: Laurence Kessler was released.
• Jan 13 2054: Seung Hoon Choi was released.
• Jan 13 2054: Vance Waggoner was released.
• Nov 02 2053: Clay Fisher was named the Rookie of the Year.
• Mar 04 2053: Benjamín Frias was claimed off of waivers.
• Nov 02 2052: Bennie Burrell was released.


League Record:

Wins: 3     Losses: 0     Pct: 1.000     Last10: 3-0     Streak: W3

Ave: 6.3 - 2.3     RS: 19     RA: 7     DIFF: +12         Power Index: 99.3

Cup:

Group 57 [0 | Still Alive]

Press Releases:

Oct 22 2051: Braves win division with 6 wins in last 7 games to overtake Broken Arrow - by bravesteam on September 12th, 2021

The 2051 season was a roller coaster to say the least, with the all star break as the team turning point. Struggling near 500 the braves sure made a nice run to the tittle, needing to win 6 of 7 final games and needing Broken Arrow to lose 5 0f 6 and in the 6 wins was 3 game sweep over Broken Arrow, Management thanks the players and fans for a successful season,


Feb 19 2047: Braves owner congratulates Seung Hoon Choi on Performance - by bravesteam on September 3rd, 2020

Milwaukee Braves management and owner congratulate Seung Hoon Choi of South Korea's Championship in the world Classic.
Seung Hoon Choi was a key figure in South Korea claiming it's third World Classic championship.
He Appeared in 10 relief apperances, pitching a total of 23 1/3 innings giving up 18 hits, 7 earned runs, walking 4 and striking out 15 with an era of 2.70, but most impressive was 1 win and 9 saves in his 10 apperances.
Milwaukee once again congratulates Seung Hoon Choi and looks forward to the 2047.