It was called Braves Field. http://atlanta.braves.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/atl/ballpark/history.jsp#Braves They first played in the South End Grounds in Boston, until the built Braves Field in 1915. The Braves played the 1914 World Series at Fenway Park because it was bigger and newer than the South End Grounds.
Turner Field The Atlanta Braves have called Turner Stadium home since 1997. It is located in Atlanta, Georgia. It was originally called the Centennial Olympic Stadium and was used during the 1996 Olympics.
Because back when they were Boston there was a football team called the Boston Braves but now they`re the Washington Redskins
The Boston Braves played at Braves Field.
The Boston Braves existed between 1912, and 1952 before moving to Milwaukee in 1953, and Atlanta in 1966. They are part of the original franchise of the Boston Red Stockings (1871-1876) Their name Boston Braves, was changed to the Boston Bees in 1936, and back to the Braves in 1941. From 1876-1882 the team name was the Boston Red Caps, and from 1883 -1906 the Boston Beaneaters. From 1907 -1910 the franchise was called the Boston Doves, in 1911 they were called the Boston Rustlers, before the name was change to Braves in 1912.
In 1948, the Boston Braves played at Braves field.
The stadium where the Boston Celtics play is called the TD Garden.
The Boston Braves' final year in Boston was 1952. In 1953 they were in Milwaukee.
The Braves stadium is called Turner Field after Ted Turner who bought the franchise from Milwaukee in 1966
The Boston Braves moved to Milwaukee in 1953.
The Boston Red Sox used to be called the Boston Braves.
The Boston Celtics played their first game in the stadium called Boston Garden.
The braves play at turner field.
Johnny Antonelli debuted on July 4, 1948, playing for the Boston Braves at Braves Field; he played his final game on September 4, 1961, playing for the Milwaukee Braves at County Stadium.
Paul Burris debuted on October 2, 1948, playing for the Boston Braves at Braves Field; he played his final game on June 4, 1953, playing for the Milwaukee Braves at County Stadium.
Al Dark debuted on July 14, 1946, playing for the Boston Braves at Braves Field; he played his final game on October 2, 1960, playing for the Milwaukee Braves at County Stadium.
Virgil Jester debuted on June 18, 1952, playing for the Boston Braves at Braves Field; he played his final game on April 23, 1953, playing for the Milwaukee Braves at County Stadium.
The Redskins entered the NFL in 1932 as the Boston Braves.
According to the web site (related link) the Braves played in Boston from 1876 - 1952Atlanta Braves (1966-present)Milwaukee Braves (1953-1965) Boston Braves (1941-1952)Boston Bees (1936-1940)Boston Braves (1912-1935)Boston Rustlers (1911)Boston Doves (1907-1910)Boston Beaneaters (1883-1906)Boston Red Caps (1876-1882)Boston Red Stockings (1871-1876)
Hall of Fame 3B Ed Mathews.1952 - Boston Braves1953-1965 - Milwaukee Braves1966 - Atlanta Braves
They played at Braves (now Nickerson) Field, Fenway Park, and Alumni Stadium in Boston, Harvard Stadium in Cambridge, and at Foxboro and now Gillette Stadiums in Foxboro, MA.
The Braves organization has not been a part of Boston. They left Boston after the 1952 season and went on to be the Milwaukee Braves. After the 1965 season they relocated and became the Atlanta Braves which they still are today.
Boston Braves - AHL - ended in 1974.
Boston Braves - AHL - was created in 1971.