Did you know that the Atlanta Braves were once managed by it's owner, Ted Turner, for one game on May 11, 1977 (click date / link for a complete box score)?
The Braves franchise began in 1876 in Boston, moved to a Milwaukee in 1953, and came to a stop in Atlanta in 1966. Over the course of a century-plus they have seen three cities and many different official names. All their stats, schedules, uniform numbers, and history can be found on the Atlanta Braves team page and posted below is a chart with links to their managerial pages:
On April 8, 1974, the Atlanta Braves had a team record 53,775 fans attend an Opening Day game. During the 1993 regular season the Atlanta Braves had their largest attendance when 3,884,725 fans attended games at Atlanta Stadium.