The Atlanta Braves are a professional baseball franchise competing in Major League Baseball. The team is a member of the National League's East division. The history of the Atlanta Braves goes back to 1871 when they were based in Boston, Massachusetts, and known as the Boston Red Stockings. The team had many name changes and was finally renamed to the Atlanta Braves in 1966. Liberty Media Group has owned the team since 2007.
The franchise value of the Atlanta Braves has doubled in the past five years, reaching 2.1 billion U.S. dollars, which roughly corresponds to the average franchise value in MLB. In 2021, the team generated about 443 million U.S. dollars in revenue. The operating income of the Braves for that season amounted to 83 million U.S. dollars.
More than two million people attend games of the Atlanta Braves each season at SunTrust Park in Cumberland, Georgia, which has been the home for the team since 2017. The average regular season attendance reached exceed 38.6 thousand in 2022. The average ticket price for games of the Atlanta Braves was among the lowest in the league until the team's recent relocation to their new stadium. In the 2022 season, the average ticket sold for 34.76 U.S. dollars for a game, just under the Major League average of 35.93 U.S. dollars. The team’s Twitter and Facebook accounts have 1.5 million followers and 2.25 million fans, respectively.
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