2015 Atlanta Braves
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record67–95 (.414)
Divisional place4th
Other information
Owner(s)Liberty Media/John Malone
General manager(s)John Hart
Manager(s)Fredi González
Local televisionSportSouth
Fox Sports South
(Chip Caray, Joe Simpson, Tom Glavine, Dale Murphy)
Local radioWCNN
WNNX
Atlanta Braves Radio Network
(Jim Powell, Don Sutton, Mark Lemke)
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The 2015 Atlanta Braves season was the Braves' 19th season of home games at Turner Field, 50th season in Atlanta, and 145th season overall.

Offseason

The Braves offseason began in the final week of the 2014 season. The Braves were officially eliminated from the postseason contention on Sunday, September 21. On Monday, the Braves announced the termination of General Manager Frank Wren and appointed John Hart as the interim general manager.[1] The Braves signed Hart to a three-year deal to become the Braves President of Baseball Operations a month later.[2] Hart continued to fill the role of general manager throughout the offseason with much help from assistant general manager John Coppolella.

Offseason additions and subtractions

Subtractions Additions
Players RHS Ervin Santana (signed with Twins)
RHS Aaron Harang (signed with Phillies)
RHS Kris Medlen (signed with Royals)
RHS Brandon Beachy (signed with Dodgers)
RHR Craig Kimbrel (traded to Padres)
RHR Jordan Walden (traded to Cardinals)
RHR David Carpenter (traded to Yankees)
LHR Chasen Shreve (traded to Yankees)
RHP David Hale (traded to Rockies)
LHR Jonny Venters (released)
RHR Cory Gearrin (signed with Giants)
C Evan Gattis (traded to Astros)
C Gerald Laird (signed with Diamondbacks)
C/OF Ryan Doumit (free agent)
2B Tommy La Stella (traded to Cubs)
INF Ramiro Peña (signed with Padres)
INF/OF Emilio Bonifacio (signed with White Sox)
LF Justin Upton (traded to Padres)
RF Jason Heyward (traded to Cardinals)
CF Melvin Upton, Jr. (traded to Padres)
RHS Shelby Miller (acquired in trade from Cardinals)
RHS Trevor Cahill (acquired in trade from Diamondbacks)
LHS Manny Banuelos (acquired in trade from Yankees)
RHP Michael Foltynewicz (acquired in trade from Astros)
RHR Jason Grilli (signed as a free agent)
RHR Jim Johnson (signed as a free agent)
LHR Josh Outman (signed as a free agent)
RHP Arodys Vizcaíno (acquired in trade from Cubs)
C A. J. Pierzynski (signed as a free agent)
INF Alberto Callaspo (signed as free agent)
INF Jace Peterson (acquired in trade from Padres)
LF Jonny Gomes (signed as a free agent)
OF Eury Pérez (claimed off waivers from Yankees)
OF Dian Toscano (signed as a free agent)
OF Zoilo Almonte (signed as a free agent)
RF Nick Markakis (signed as free agent)
RHP Chien-Ming Wang (Minor League free agent)
RHR Michael Kohn (Minor League free agent)
LHP Wandy Rodríguez (Minor League free agent)
LHP Eric Stults (Minor League free agent)
RHR Matt Capps (Minor league free agent)
LHR Donnie Veal (Minor League free agent)
RHR José Veras (Minor League free agent)
RHR Todd Coffey (Minor League free agent)
C Jesús Flores (Minor League free agent)
C John Buck (Minor League free agent)
INF Pedro Ciriaco (Minor League free agent)
INF/OF Kelly Johnson (Minor League free agent)
2B/OF Eric Young, Jr. (Minor League free agent)
Personnel General Manager Frank Wren (terminated)
Hitting Coach Greg Walker (resigned)
Asst. Hitting Coach Scott Fletcher (contract not renewed)
Third base Coach Doug Dascenzo (contract not renewed)
Acting General Manager John Hart
Hitting coach Kevin Seitzer
Asst. hitting coach José Castro
Third base coach Bo Porter

Season summary

Opening Day

Position Name
Center Fielder Eric Young, Jr.
Second Baseman Jace Peterson
Right Fielder Nick Markakis
First Baseman Freddie Freeman
Catcher Christian Bethancourt
Left Fielder Kelly Johnson
Third Baseman Alberto Callaspo
Shortstop Andrelton Simmons
Starting Pitcher Julio Teherán

After an offseason filled with many trades and roster movements, the Braves began the season with Julio Teherán as the starting pitcher for the second consecutive year. They took an early lead in the first inning after a Nick Markakis single scored Jace Peterson. Miami tied the game in the third inning, but a late Markakis RBI scoring Eric Young, Jr. was the difference. In the team's first save opportunity since trading closer Craig Kimbrel, newly appointed closer Jason Grilli pitched a perfect inning and the Braves won 2–1.[3]

Regular season

After optimistically winning the first five games of the season, the Braves' early success was short-lived. The team finished April with a 10–12 record. They had a winning record in May (15–13), but struggles within the young roster made quality starts and wins few and far between. A July 11 injury to closer Jason Grilli sealed the fate of the struggling team, lacking the skills necessary for a successful starting rotation. A 8–20 August followed, and after additional movements and trades, the team's starting rotation was virtually unrecognizable from how the season began. Shelby Miller, once thought to be a crucial starting pitcher to the team's success, lost a franchise-record 24 consecutive starts, finishing the season with a 6–17 record after receiving a run support average of 2.38 (ranked tenth worst in MLB history).

The Braves finished the season with a 67–95 record, third-worst in the MLB, ahead of the Cincinnati Reds (64–98) and Philadelphia Phillies (63–99).

Season standings

National League East

NL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
New York Mets 90 72 0.556 49–32 41–40
Washington Nationals 83 79 0.512 7 46–35 37–44
Miami Marlins 71 91 0.438 19 41–40 30–51
Atlanta Braves 67 95 0.414 23 42–39 25–56
Philadelphia Phillies 63 99 0.389 27 37–44 26–55


National League Wild Card

Division Leaders W L Pct.
St. Louis Cardinals 100 62 0.617
Los Angeles Dodgers 92 70 0.568
New York Mets 90 72 0.556


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Pittsburgh Pirates 98 64 0.605 +1
Chicago Cubs 97 65 0.599
San Francisco Giants 84 78 0.519 13
Washington Nationals 83 79 0.512 14
Arizona Diamondbacks 79 83 0.488 18
San Diego Padres 74 88 0.457 23
Miami Marlins 71 91 0.438 26
Milwaukee Brewers 68 94 0.420 29
Colorado Rockies 68 94 0.420 29
Atlanta Braves 67 95 0.414 30
Cincinnati Reds 64 98 0.395 33
Philadelphia Phillies 63 99 0.389 34


Record vs. opponents


Source: NL Standings Head-to-Head
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 3–3 2–4 6–1 13–6 6–13 5–2 5–2 2–5 2–4 1–5 9–10 11–8 0–7 3–4 11–9
Atlanta 3–3 1–6 3–4 1–6 3–3 10–9 5–2 8–11 11–8 2–4 2–5 3–4 4–2 5–14 6–14
Chicago 4–2 6–1 13–6 4–2 3–4 3–3 14–5 7–0 2–5 11–8 3–3 5–2 8–11 4–3 10–10
Cincinnati 1–6 4–3 6–13 2–4 1–6 3–4 9–10 0–7 4–2 11–8 2–4 2–5 7–12 5–1 7–13
Colorado 6–13 6–1 2–4 4–2 8–11 2–5 5–1 0–7 5–2 1–6 7–12 11–8 3–4 3–3 5–15
Los Angeles 13–6 3–3 4–3 6–1 11–8 4–2 4–3 3–4 5–2 1–5 14–5 8–11 2–5 4–2 10–10
Miami 2–5 9–10 3–3 4–3 5–2 2–4 4–2 8–11 9–10 1–6 2–5 5–2 1–5 9–10 7–13
Milwaukee 2–5 2–5 5–14 10–9 1–5 3–4 2–4 3–3 7–0 10–9 5–2 1–5 6–13 3–4 8–12
New York 5–2 11–8 0–7 7–0 7–0 4–3 11–8 3–3 14–5 0–6 2–4 3–3 3–4 11–8 9–11
Philadelphia 4–2 8–11 5–2 2–4 2–5 2–5 10–9 0–7 5–14 2–5 5–1 1–5 2–5 7–12 8–12
Pittsburgh 5–1 4–2 8–11 8–11 6–1 5–1 6–1 9–10 6–0 5–2 5–2 6–1 9–10 3–4 13–7
San Diego 10–9 5–2 3–3 4–2 12–7 5–14 5–2 2–5 4–2 1–5 2–5 8–11 4–3 2–5 7–13
San Francisco 8–11 4–3 2–5 5–2 8–11 11–8 2–5 5–1 3–3 5–1 1–6 11–8 2–4 4–3 13–7
St. Louis 7–0 2–4 11–8 12–7 4–3 5–2 5–1 13–6 4–3 5–2 10–9 3–4 4–2 4–2 11–9
Washington 4–3 14–5 3–4 1–5 3–3 2–4 10–9 4–3 8–11 12–7 4–3 5–2 3–4 2–4 8–12


Game log

2015 Game Log (67–95)[4]
April: 10–12 (Home: 4–6 ; Away: 6–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box/Streak
1 April 6 @ Marlins 2–1 Teherán (1–0) Álvarez (0–1) Grilli (1) 36,969 1–0 W1
2 April 7 @ Marlins 12–2 Wood (1–0) Latos (0–1) 17,483 2–0 W2
3 April 8 @ Marlins 2–0 Cunniff (1–0) Koehler (0–1) Grilli (2) 16,127 3–0 W3
4 April 10 Mets 5–3 Johnson (1–0) Montero (0–1) Grilli (3) 46,729 4–0 W4
5 April 11 Mets 5–3 Teherán (2–0) Gee (0–1) Johnson (1) 36,056 5–0 W5
6 April 12 Mets 3–4 Colón (2–0) Jaime (0–1) Familia (1) 28,192 5–1 L1
7 April 13 Marlins 3–2 Miller (1–0) Latos (0–2) Grilli (4) 13,417 6–1 W1
8 April 14 Marlins 2–8 Koehler (1–1) Cahill (0–1) 15,765 6–2 L1
9 April 15 Marlins 2–6 Haren (1–0) Stults (0–1) 18,342 6–3 L2
10 April 17 @ Blue Jays 8–7 Martin (1–0) Cecil (0–1) Grilli (5) 21,397 7–3 W1
11 April 18 @ Blue Jays 5–6 (10) Cecil (1–1) Marimón (0–1) 34,743 7–4 L1
12 April 19 @ Blue Jays 5–2 Miller (2–0) Norris (1–1) Grilli (6) 44,794 8–4 W1
13 April 21 @ Mets 1–7 Niese (2–0) Cahill (0–2) 21,033 8–5 L1
14 April 22 @ Mets 2–3 Carlyle (1–0) Johnson (1–1) Familia (7) 20,971 8–6 L2
15 April 23 @ Mets 3–6 Colón (4–0) Teherán (2–1) Familia (8) 23,980 8–7 L3
16 April 24 @ Phillies 0–1 Giles (1–0) Johnson (1–2) 21,164 8–8 L4
17 April 25 @ Phillies 5–2 Miller (3–0) Buchanan (0–4) Grilli (7) 24,748 9–8 W1
18 April 26 @ Phillies 4–5 Williams (2–1) Cahill (0–3) Papelbon (4) 28,702 9–9 L1
19 April 27 Nationals 8–4 Stults (1–1) Fister (1–1) 16,658 10–9 W1
20 April 28 Nationals 12–13 Treinen (1–2) Grilli (0–1) Storen (5) 14,833 10–10 L1
21 April 29 Nationals 4–13 Zimmermann (2–2) Wood (1–1) 12,595 10–11 L2
22 April 30 Reds 1–5 Leake (1–1) Miller (3–1) 15,744 10–12 L3
May: 15–13 (Home: 8–4 ; Away: 7–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box/Streak
23 May 1 Reds 4–3 Foltynewicz (1–0) DeSclafani (2–2) Grilli (8) 30,153 11–12 W1
24 May 2 Reds 4–8 Marquis (3–1) Stults (1–2) 29,515 11–13 L1
25 May 3 Reds 5–0 Teherán (3–1) Cueto (2–3) 30,073 12–13 W1
26 May 4 Phillies 2–5 Harang (3–2) Wood (1–2) 17,293 12–14 L1
27 May 5 Phillies 9–0 Miller (4–1) Billingsley (0–1) 14,451 13–14 W1
28 May 6 Phillies 7–5 Foltynewicz (2–0) Williams (2–2) Grilli (9) 17,772 14–14 W2
29 May 8 @ Nationals 2–9 Gonzalez (3–2) Stults (1–3) 31,288 14–15 L1
30 May 9 @ Nationals 6–8 Storen (1–0) Martin (1–1) 39,193 14–16 L2
31 May 10 @ Nationals 4–5 Solis (1–0) Martin (1–2) Storen (9) 31,938 14–17 L3
32 May 11 @ Reds 2–1 Avilán (1–0) Chapman (1–2) Johnson (2) 19,881 15–17 W1
33 May 12 @ Reds 3–4 Chapman (2–2) Grilli (0–2) 23,780 15–18 L1
34 May 13 @ Reds 1–5 Iglesias (1–0) Stults (1–4) 17,747 15–19 L2
35 May 15 @ Marlins 5–3 Martin (2–2) Dunn (0–2) Grilli (10) 18,334 16–19 W1
36 May 16 @ Marlins 5–3 Wood (2–2) Latos (1–4) Grilli (11) 18,166 17–19 W2
37 May 17 @ Marlins 6–0 Miller (5–1) Álvarez (0–3) 23,075 18–19 W3
38 May 19 Rays 3–5 Ramírez (2–1) Foltynewicz (2–1) Boxberger (11) 20,120 18–20 L1
39 May 20 Rays 2–1 Cunniff (2–0) Odorizzi (3–4) Grilli (12) 24,549 19–20 W1
40 May 21 Brewers 10–1 Teherán (4–1) Garza (2–6) 18,239 20–20 W2
41 May 22 Brewers 0–11 Blazek (4–1) Stults (1–5) 25,774 20–21 L1
42 May 23 Brewers 3–2 (11) Avilán (2–0) Kintzler (0–1) 33,223 21–21 W1
43 May 24 Brewers 2–1 Foltynewicz (3–1) Nelson (2–5) Grilli (13) 30,612 22–21 W2
44 May 25 @ Dodgers 3–6 Liberatore (1–1) Masset (0–1) Jansen (4) 44,680 22–22 L1
45 May 26 @ Dodgers 0–8 Kershaw (3–3) Teherán (4–2) 40,667 22–23 L2
46 May 27 @ Dodgers 3–2 Wood (3–2) Hatcher (1–4) Grilli (14) 37,873 23–23 W1
47 May 28 @ Giants 0–7 Heston (5–3) Miller (5–2) 41,040 23–24 L1
48 May 29 @ Giants 2–4 Hudson (3–4) Foltynewicz (3–2) Casilla (15) 41,311 23–25 L2
49 May 30 @ Giants 8–0 Pérez (1–0) Lincecum (5–3) 42,005 24–25 W1
50 May 31 @ Giants 7–5 Masset (1–1) Casilla (4–1) Grilli (15) 41,553 25–25 W2
June: 11–16 (Home: 7–6 ; Away: 4–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box/Streak
51 June 1 @ D-backs 8–1 Wood (4–2) Bradley (2–3) 18,258 26–25 W3
52 June 2 @ D-backs 6–7 Chafin (3–0) Cunniff (2–1) Ziegler (4) 17,101 26–26 L1
53 June 3 @ D-backs 8–9 Chafin (4–0) Johnson (1–3) Ziegler (5) 17,717 26–27 L2
54 June 5 Pirates 8–10 Morton (3–0) Avilán (2–1) Melancon (17) 27,508 26–28 L3
55 June 6 Pirates 5–4 Grilli (1–2) Worley (2–4) 33,268 27–28 W1
56 June 7 Pirates 0–3 Cole (9–2) Wood (4–3) Melancon (18) 24,146 27–29 L1
57 June 8 Padres 3–5 (11) Maurer (3–0) Martin (2–3) Kimbrel (14) 21,458 27–30 L2
58 June 9 Padres 6–5 Johnson (2–3) Benoit (4–3) Grilli (16) 24,049 28–30 W1
59 June 10 Padres 4–1 Pérez (2–0) Ross (3–6) Johnson (3) 21,465 29–30 W2
60 June 11 Padres 4–6 (11) Thayer (2–0) Cunniff (2–2) Kimbrel (15) 21,465 29–31 L1
61 June 12 @ Mets 3–5 Colón (9–4) Wood (4–4) Familia (18) 32,554 29–32 L2
62 June 13 @ Mets 5–3 (11) Grilli (2–2) Torres (2–3) Pérez (1) 37,734 30–32 W1
63 June 14 @ Mets 8–10 Gilmartin (1–0) Avilán (2–2) Familia (19) 36,340 30–33 L1
64 June 15 @ Red Sox 4–2 Pérez (3–0) Porcello (4–7) Grilli (17) 34,439 31–33 W1
65 June 16 @ Red Sox 4–9 Miley (6–6) Teherán (4–3) 35,662 31–34 L1
66 June 17 Red Sox 5–2 Masset (2–1) Tazawa (0–3) Grilli (18) 28,902 32–34 W1
67 June 18 Red Sox 2–5 Buchholz (4–6) Miller (5–3) Uehara (14) 31,783 32–35 L1
68 June 19 Mets 2–1 Wisler (1–0) deGrom (7–5) Grilli (19) 28,853 33–35 W1
69 June 20 Mets 6–4 Perez (4–0) Leathersich (0–1) Grilli (20) 40,733 34-35 W2
70 June 21 Mets 1–0 Teherán (5–3) Harvey (7–5) Johnson (4) 30,268 35–35 W3
71 June 23 @ Nationals 1–3 Strasburg (4–5) Wood (4–5) Storen (21) 28,344 35–36 L1
72 June 24 @ Nationals 1–2 (11) Rivero (1–0) Eveland (0–1) 36,141 35–37 L2
73 June 25 @ Nationals 0–7 Fister (3–3) Wisler (1–1) 37,874 35–38 L3
74 June 26 @ Pirates 2–3 (10) Melancon (1–1) Grilli (2–3) 34,220 35–39 L4
75 June 27 @ Pirates 4–8 Morton (6–1) Teherán (5–4) 36,417 35–40 L5
76 June 28 @ Pirates 2–1 Wood (5–5) Locke (4–4) Grilli (21) 36,082 36–40 W1
77 June 30 Nationals 1–6 Zimmermann (6–5) Miller (5–4) 23,961 36–41 L1
July: 10–16 (Home: 7–4 ; Away: 3–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box/Streak
78 July 1 Nationals 4–1 Wisler (2–1) Fister (3–4) Grilli (22) 19,393 37–41 W1
79 July 2 Nationals 2–1 Grilli (3–3) Scherzer (9–6) 18,585 38–41 W2
80 July 3 Phillies 2–1 Teherán (6–4) Morgan (1–1) Johnson (5) 33,090 39–41 W3
81 July 4 Phillies 9–5 Wood (6–5) Correia (0–3) 34,401 40–41 W4
82 July 5 Phillies 0–4 (10) García (3–3) Masset (2–2) 18,763 40–42 L1
83 July 6 @ Brewers 5–3 Wisler (3–1) Lohse (5–10) Grilli (23) 25,046 41–42 W1
84 July 7 @ Brewers 4–3 Banuelos (1–0) Cravy (0–2) Grilli (24) 33,388 42–42 W2
85 July 8 @ Brewers 5–6 Jeffress (3–0) Avilán (2–3) Rodríguez (19) 33,338 42–43 L1
86 July 9 @ Rockies 3–5 Hale (3–4) Brigham (0–1) Axford (15) 30,334 42–44 L2
87 July 10 @ Rockies 3–5 Laffey (1–0) Miller (5–5) Axford (16) 48,254 42–45 L3
88 July 11 @ Rockies 2–3 Hawkins (2–1) Grilli (3–4) 40,620 42–46 L4
89 July 12 @ Rockies 3–11 Bettis (5–4) Wood (6–6) 37,047 42–47 L5
ASG 86th All-Star Game at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States Box
July 14 American 6, National 3 Price (AL, DET) Kershaw (NL, LAD) 43,656
Representing the Atlanta Braves: Shelby Miller
90 July 17 Cubs 4–2 Vizcaíno (1–0) Strop (1–5) Johnson (6) 42,532 43–47 W1
91 July 18 Cubs 0–4 Lester (5–8) Banuelos (1–1) 45,758 43–48 L1
92 July 19 Cubs 1–4 Arrieta (11–5) Miller (5–6) 31,690 43–49 L2
93 July 20 Dodgers 7–5 Wisler (4–1) Liberatore (2–2) Johnson (7) 24,072 44–49 W1
94 July 21 Dodgers 4–3 Wood (7–6) Tsao (1–1) Johnson (8) 33,816 45–49 W2
95 July 22 Dodgers 1–3 Bolsinger (5–3) Teherán (6–5) Jansen (17) 24,112 45–50 L1
96 July 24 @ Cardinals 2–4 Cooney (1–0) Banuelos (1–2) Siegrist (5) 44,778 45–51 L2
97 July 25 @ Cardinals 0–1 Martinez (11–4) Miller (5–7) Choate (1) 45,862 45–52 L3
98 July 26 @ Cardinals 3–2 Wisler (5–1) Wacha (11–4) Johnson (9) 44,780 46–52 W1
99 July 27 @ Orioles 1–2 (11) Brach (4–2) Avilán (2–4) 26,256 46–53 L1
100 July 28 @ Orioles 3–7 Jiménez (8–6) Teherán (6–5) 28,592 46–54 L2
101 July 29 @ Orioles 0–2 Tillman (8–7) Foltynewicz (3–3) Britton (26) 29,238 46–55 L3
102 July 30 @ Phillies 1–4 Harang (5–11) Miller (5–8) Giles (2) 21,706 46–56 L4
103 July 31 @ Phillies 3–9 Buchanan (2–5) Perez (4–1) 29,290 46–57 L5
August: 8–20 (Home: 7–10 ; Away: 1–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box/Streak
104 August 1 @ Phillies 2–12 Nola (2–1) Wisler (5–2) 25,523 46–58 L6
105 August 2 @ Phillies 6–2 Teherán (7–6) Morgan (2–3) 24,361 47–58 W1
106 August 3 Giants 9–8 (12) Vizcaíno (2–0) Vogelsong (7–7) 23,428 48–58 W2
107 August 4 Giants 3–8 Affeldt (1–2) Aardsma (0–1) 18,411 48–59 L1
108 August 5 Giants 1–6 Bumgarner (12–6) Perez (4–2) 17,444 48–60 L2
109 August 6 Marlins 9–8 McKirahan (10) Morris (33) Vizcaíno (1) 18,548 49–60 W1
110 August 7 Marlins 6–3 Detwiler (1–5) Flores (0–1) Vizcaíno (2) 22,769 50–60 W2
111 August 8 Marlins 7–2 Foltynewicz (4–3) Koehler (89) 42,544 51–60 W3
112 August 9 Marlins 1–4 Hand (2–2) Miller (5–9) Ramos (18) 24,610 51–61 L1
113 August 11 @ Rays 0–2 Ramírez (9–4) Perez (4–2) Cedeño (1) 15,506 51–62 L2
114 August 12 @ Rays 6–9 Colomé (5–4) Marksberry (0–1) Boxberger (29) 16,337 51–63 L3
115 August 14 D-backs 3–2 Teherán (8–6) Ray (3–8) Vizcaíno (3) 31,917 52–63 W1
116 August 15 D-backs 4–8 Corbin (3–3) Foltynewicz (4–4) 29,624 52–64 L1
117 August 16 D-backs 2–1 (10) Aardsma (1–1) Hernandez (0–3) 20,840 53–64 W1
118 August 17 @ Padres 3–5 Rea (2–0) Perez (4–4) Kimbrel (34) 23,716 53–65 L1
119 August 18 @ Padres 0–9 Shields (9–5) Wisler (5–3) 28,395 53–66 L2
120 August 19 @ Padres 2–3 Kelley (2–2) Marksberry (0–2) Kimbrel (35) 20,732 53–67 L3
121 August 20 @ Cubs 1–7 Arrieta (15–6) Foltynewicz (4–5) 34,633 53–68 L4
122 August 21 @ Cubs 3–5 Motte (8–1) Miller (5–10) Rondón (22) 39,211 53–69 L5
123 August 22 @ Cubs 7–9 Strop (2–6) Jackson (2–2) Rondón (23) 41,196 53–70 L6
124 August 23 @ Cubs 3–9 Hammel (7–5) Wisler (5–4) 39,581 53–71 L7
125 August 24 Rockies 5–3 Teherán (9–6) de la Rosa (7–6) Vizcaíno (4) 13,920 54–71 W1
126 August 25 Rockies 1–5 Bettis (6–4) Foltynewicz (4–6) 13,863 54–72 L1
127 August 26 Rockies 3–6 Castro (1–0) Miller (5–11) Axford (18) 18,328 54–73 L2
128 August 28 Yankees 4–15 Tanaka (10–6) Perez (4–5) 35,546 54–74 L3
129 August 29 Yankees 1–3 Severino (2–2) Wisler (5–5) Miller (28) 49,243 54–75 L4
130 August 30 Yankees 6–20 Eovaldi (14–2) Teherán (9–6) 33,093 54–76 L5
131 August 31 Marlins 0–4 Narveson (2–1) Miller (5–12) 12,916 54–77 L6
September: 10–17 (Home: 6–8 ; Away: 4–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box/Streak
132 September 1 Marlins 1–7 Nicolino (3–2) Banuelos (1–3) 16,386 54–78 L7
133 September 2 Marlins 3–7 Conley (3–1) Perez (4–6) 17,949 54–79 L8
134 September 3 @ Nationals 1–15 Zimmermann (12–8) Wisler (5–6) 28,627 54–80 L9
135 September 4 @ Nationals 2–5 (10) Papelbon (3–1) Marksberry (0–3) 23,536 54–81 L10
136 September 5 @ Nationals 2–8 Gonzalez (10–7) Miller (5–13) 28,646 54–82 L11
137 September 6 @ Nationals 4–8 Rivero (2–1) Banuelos (1–4) 29,281 54–83 L12
138 September 7 @ Phillies 7–2 Perez (5–6) Harang (5–15) 15,125 55–83 W1
139 September 8 @ Phillies 0–5 Nola (6–2) Weber (0–1) Giles (12) 15,610 55–84 L1
140 September 9 @ Phillies 8–1 Teherán (10–6) Buchanan (2–8) 15,241 56–84 W1
141 September 10 Mets 2–7 Colón (2–0) Miller (5–14) 22,640 56–85 L1
142 September 11 Mets 1–5 Matz (3–0) Wisler (5–7) 23,216 56–86 L2
143 September 12 Mets 4–6 Clippard (4–4) Vizcaíno (2–1) Familia (40) 27,380 56–87 L3
144 September 13 Mets 7–10 (10) Parnell (2–3) Jackson (2–3) Reed (4) 23,786 56–88 L4
145 September 15 Blue Jays 3–2 Vizcaíno (3–1) Sanchez (7–6) 16,399 57–88 W1
146 September 16 Blue Jays 1–9 Price (16–5) Miller (5–15) 15,178 57–89 L1
147 September 17 Blue Jays 0–5 Estrada (13–8) Wisler (5–8) 19,367 57–90 L2
148 September 18 Phillies 2–1 Perez (6–6) Morgan (5–7) Vizcaíno (5) 22,525 58–90 W1
149 September 19 Phillies 2–1 Jackson (3–3) Williams (4–11) Vizcaíno (6) 24,855 59–90 W2
150 September 20 Phillies 2–1 Moylan (1–0) García (3–6) 23,723 60–90 W3
151 September 21 @ Mets 0–4 Niese (9–10) Miller (5–16) 26,362 60–91 L1
152 September 22 @ Mets 6–2 Wisler (6–8) Verrett (1–2) 26,227 61–91 W1
153 September 23 @ Mets 6–3 Jackson (4–3) Familia (2–2) Vizcaíno (7) 28,931 62–91 W2
154 September 25 @ Marlins 11–12 Fernández (6–0) Weber (0–1) Ramos (30) 24,626 62–92 L1
155 September 26 @ Marlins 2–6 Nicolino (4–4) Teherán (10–9) 24,449 62–93 L2
156 September 27 @ Marlins 5–9 Koehler (11–14) Miller (5–16) 27,702 62–94 L3
157 September 29 Nationals 2–1 Wisler (7–8) Roark (4–7) Vizcaíno (8) 15,272 63–94 W1
158 September 30 Nationals 2–0 Pérez (7–6) Zimmermann (13–10) Vizcaíno (9) 13,860 64–94 W2
October: 3–1 (Home: 3–1 ; Away: 0–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box/Streak
159 October 1 Nationals 0–3 Strasburg (11–7) Weber (0–3) Rivero (1) 37,790 64–95 L1
160 October 2 Cardinals 4–0 Teherán (11–8) García (10–6) 24,481 65–95 W1
October 3 Cardinals Postponed (rain); rescheduled for October 4
161 October 4 Cardinals 6–0 Miller (6–17) Lackey (13–10) 66–95 W2
162 October 4 Cardinals 2–0 Wisler (8–8) Lynn (12–11) Jackson (1) 31,441 67–95 W3
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Braves team member

Roster

2015 Atlanta Braves
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Gwinnett Braves International League Brian Snitker
AA Mississippi Braves Southern League Aaron Holbert
A-Advanced Carolina Mudcats Carolina League Luis Salazar
A Rome Braves South Atlantic League Randy Ingle
Rookie Danville Braves Appalachian League Rocket Wheeler
Rookie GCL Braves Arizona League Robinson Cancel
Rookie DSL Braves Dominican Summer League Francisco Santiesteban

References

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  3. ^ "Braves 2, Marlins 1". MLB.com. Retrieved April 4, 2016.
  4. ^ "2015 Atlanta Braves Sortable Schedule". Atlanta Braves.