Atlanta Braves Uniform History 1966-2004
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The Milwaukee Braves set up shop in Atlanta for the 1966 season.


The Braves carry over their Milwaukee jerseys to Atlanta.

Wilson (home), Rawlings (road)

Wilson (home), Rawlings, MacGregor (road)


New jersey designs. All-navy road cap debuts.

Wilson (home), Spalding (road)

All-navy cap worn home and road 1969-71.


The (in)famous "softball" style debuts, made of cheesecloth with two buttons. Doug Rader of Houston once said, "Slow pitch or fast pitch today, fellas?" (his payback arrived with the Houston Astros 1975 jerseys).

Medalist Sand-Knit


The Braves switch to Wilson home jerseys which have different script (note especially the "B") and number fonts. Two-button style dropped for a V-neck on both.

Wilson (home), Medalist Sand-Knit (road)


The Braves switch to Wilson jerseys for the road as well. The road script and number fonts now match the home jersey.



The home jersey pullover changes to pinstripes. The old design forms the basis for a new road grey, and the script changes to "Atlanta".


NL centennial patch worn on 1976 home jersey.


NOB is added to road jerseys.



Pinstripes are dropped on home jerseys and NOB added. Road jersey becomes powder blue. Sans-a-belt pants adopted.



The "A" changes on the road jersey to the old uppercase script. New home and road caps debut.


Georgia 250th Anniversary patch worn in 1983.

Atlanta Braves 20th Anniversary patch worn home only.


The Braves overhaul their look with a return to button-down jerseys and a refresh of their traditional style introduced in 1946 when the team was in Boston and used through 1962 when the team was in Milwaukee. The main difference - this time the tomahawk is red, not black.


25th Anniversary patch home & road worn 1990.

Wilson (home) Russell Athletic (road)

NOTE - The Braves wore navy Rawlings jerseys for spring training and batting practice 1987-92. From 1993-97, these navy jerseys were made by Russell Athletic and had year tags, which is not common for ST/BP jerseys. Probably because of the year tags, these jerseys show up for sale as "alternate" game jerseys. However I'm quite certain the Braves did NOT wear navy alternates during the regular season. After 1997 the navy ST/BP jerseys were lower quality shirts made by Majestic. Should anyone have better info, please let me know.

MLB 125th anniversary patch worn in 1994.

30th season in Atlanta patch worn in 1995.

Jackie Robinson patch worn 1997.

Patch for 25th anniversary of Aaron's 715th home run worn in 1999.

Russell Athletic

All Star game patch for 2000.

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