Who was on the Braves team in 1991?
1991 Atlanta Braves
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Who was the Atlanta Braves catcher in 1991?
catcher Greg Olson
Atlanta Braves’ catcher Greg Olson jumps into the arms of winning pitcher John Smoltz after the Braves 5-2 victory Oct. 5, 1991, over the Astros and clinched at least a tie for the National League West title.
Who played in the 1991 World Series?
Minnesota Twins over Atlanta Braves (4-3)
Who won the 1991 World Series?
1991 World Series/Champion
Who are the catchers for the Atlanta Braves?
Manny PiñaWilliam ContrerasChadwick Tromp
What happened in the 1991 Atlanta Braves season?
The 1991 Atlanta Braves season was the 26th in Atlanta and the 121st overall. They became the first team in the National League to go from last place one year to first place the next. This feat was also accomplished by the 1991 Minnesota Twins.
What year did the Atlanta Braves go from last to first?
1991 Atlanta Braves season. The 1991 Atlanta Braves season was the 26th in Atlanta and the 121st overall. They became the first team in the National League to go from last place one year to first place the next. This feat was also accomplished by the 1991 Minnesota Twins.
Who were the Braves starting pitchers in 1991 and 1993?
Most notably, this rotation consisted of pitchers Greg Maddux, John Smoltz, and Tom Glavine. Pitcher Steve Avery was also a significant contributor to the rotation during the period of 1991–1993. The Braves won the National League West division from 1991 to 1993, and after divisional realignment, the National League East division from 1995 to 2005.
What was the record for the 1993 Atlanta Braves?
The 1993 team posted a franchise-best 104 wins after a dramatic pennant race with the San Francisco Giants, who won 103 games. The Braves needed a stunning 55–19 finish to edge out the Giants, who led the Braves by nine games in the standings as late as August 11. However, the Braves fell in the NLCS to the Philadelphia Phillies in six games.