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The Richmond Virginians moved to Toledo leaving Richmond with no team in 1965. But with the Milwaukee Braves moving to Atlanta, they moved the Atlanta Crackers to Virginia to become the Richmond Braves in 1966.

Following disagreements about management of The Diamond between the Atlanta Braves and the city of Richmond, VA, it was announced on January 15, 2008 that the team would be moving to a newly built $40 million stadium in Gwinnett County, Georgia for the 2009 season to become the Gwinnett Braves.

[edit] Year-by-Year Record

Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs Team MVP Most Outstanding Pitcher
1966 75-72 4th Bill Adair Lost League Finals
1967 81-60 1st Lum Harris Lost in 1st round
1968 59-87 8th Eddie Haas
1969 56-83 8th Mickey Vernon
1970 73-67 5th Mickey Vernon
1971 69-71 6th Clyde King
1972 65-78 6th Clyde King
1973 53-93 8th Bobby Hofman (18-43) / Clint Courtney (35-50)
1974 75-65 3rd Clint Courtney Lost in 1st round
1975 62-75 6th Clint Courtney (29-30) / Bob Lemon (33-45)
1976 69-71 4th Jack McKeon Lost League Finals
1977 71-69 4th Tommie Aaron Lost in 1st round Dale Murphy, Mickey Mahler
1978 71-68 4th Tommie Aaron League Champs Hank Small
1979 76-64 3rd Tom Burgess Lost in 1st round Jerry Keller
1980 69-71 4th Fred Hatfield Lost in 1st round Terry Harper
1981 83-56 2nd Eddie Haas Lost League Finals Brett Butler
1982 82-57 1st Eddie Haas Lost in 1st round Gerald Perry
1983 80-59 2nd Eddie Haas Lost League Finals Brad Komminsk
1984 66-73 6th Eddie Haas / Bobby Dews Paul Zuvella
1985 75-65 5th Roy Majtyka Doc Estes
1986 80-60 1st Roy Majtyka League Champs Gerald Perry
1987 56-83 8th Roy Majtyka Mike Fischlin Marty Clary
1988 66-75 4th Jim Beauchamp Dave Griffin John Smoltz
1989 81-65 2nd Jim Beauchamp League Champs Greg Tubbs Gary Eave
1990 71-74 4th Jim Beauchamp Geronimo Berroa Paul Marak
1991 65-79 8th Phil Niekro Tracy Woodson Armando Reynoso
1992 73-71 3rd Chris Chambliss Lost in 1st round Jeff Manto David Nied
1993 80-62 2nd Grady Little Lost in 1st round Chipper Jones Mike Birkbeck
1994 80-61 1st Grady Little League Champs Luis Lopez Brad Woodall
1995 75-66 2nd Grady Little Lost in 1st round Jose Munoz Matt Murray
1996 62-79 8th (t) Bill Dancy Tony Graffanino Rod Nichols
1997 70-72 6th Bill Dancy Randall Simon Scott Brow
1998 64-80 13th Jeff Cox Wes Helms Jon Ratliff
1999 64-78 10th Randy Ingle Steve Sisco David Cortes
2000 51-92 14th Randy Ingle Wes Helms Damian Moss, Chris Seelbach
2001 68-76 7th (t) Carlos Tosca Howard Battle Trey Moore
2002 75-67 7th Fredi Gonzalez Mike Hessman Trey Hodges
2003 64-79 13th Pat Kelly Johnny Estrada Joe Dawley
2004 79-62 2nd Pat Kelly Lost League Finals Ryan Langerhans Matt Whiteside
2005 56-88 14th Pat Kelly Andy Marte Kyle Davies
2006 57-86 14th Brian Snitker Scott Thorman Manny Acosta
2007 77-64 4th Dave Brundage League Champs Doug Clark Buddy Hernandez, Jeff Bennett
2008 63-78 12th (t) Dave Brundage
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