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How Many World Series Have the Braves Won? Atlanta Braves World Series Record and History

Jason Schandl
Atlanta Braves World Series history, record and last appearance.
Atlanta Braves World Series history, record and last appearance. / Focus On Sport/GettyImages
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The 2021 season has been one to remember for Atlanta Braves fans. For some younger fans, this is already the best season that they can remember — or even the best season of their lives.

Here's a rundown of the Atlanta Braves' history with the World Series.

Have the Braves Ever Won a World Series?

The Braves have won two World Series since moving to Atlanta (1966), and the franchise itself has five World Series wins in its history.

How Many World Series Have the Braves Won?

The Braves have won five World Series. Two as the Atlanta Braves in 2021 and 1995, one as the Milwaukee Braves (1957), one as the Boston Braves (1914) and one as the Boston Beaneaters (1892).

When Did the Braves Win the World Series?

The Braves last won the world series in 2021, defeated the Houston Astros in six games.

The Braves also won the World Series in 1995, 1957, 1914 and 1892.

When Was the Last Time the Braves Went to the World Series?

That 1995 World Series win was not the Braves' last appearance. They made the World Series the following season (1996) and lost 4-2 to the New York Yankees. They then made it back in 1999 and were swept 4-0 by the Yankees.

That 1999 appearance was the last time the Braves went to the World Series.


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