The Braves Win The Franchise’s First World Series (by AtlCrackers Fan)

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Three days after the regular season’s end, the 1914 World Series started on October 9 in Philadelphia. The surprising upstart Braves faced off against the defending … Finish Reading

Boston Takes the National League Pennant! (by AtlCrackers Fan)

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The National League’s regular season after the games on October 6, with the Boston Braves as the unlikely league champions. Starting with games on Sept. 18, … Finish Reading

Boston’s Lead Over the Giants Increases (by AtlCrackers Fan)

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By the morning of Sept.11, Boston had resumed its surge into first place, holding a tenuous 2 ½ game lead over the New York Giants. The … Finish Reading

Boston Moves Past the Giants (by AtlCrackers Fan)

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From September 4-10, Boston finally captured sole occupancy of first place in the National League.

Here were the standings on the … Finish Reading

The Braves and Giants Tread Water (by AtlCrackers Fan)

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From August 26 through September 3, 1914, Boston essentially matched the New York Giants, as both teams travelled the entire period.

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The Surging Braves Reach First Place (by AtlCrackers Fan)

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On August 5, Boston had moved into the first division of the National League, but still remained 6 1/2 games behind mighty New York. Twenty days … Finish Reading

The 1914 Braves – What Changed? (by AtlCrackers Fan)

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From July 5 to August 4, the 1914 Boston Braves posted a 21-5 mark, a remarkable .808 winning percentage. But thanks to their poor start, this … Finish Reading