20 years ago today, the Braves won the World Series

View Caption Hide Caption
If the Milwaukee Braves has not elected to move to Atlanta in 1964, sports fans here would not have been treated to the 1995 World Series title, Hank Aaron's all-time home run record, Sid's slide and much more. (Marlene Karas/AJC)

Here is a look back at the Atlanta Braves’ 1995 World Series title in pictures. Braves clinch Game 6 and their first World Series title in Atlanta with win over the Cleveland Indians on Oct. 28, 1995.

Recall where you were on this day?

Series MVP Tom Glavine threw eight shutout innings to win Game 6. (Marlene Karas / AJC)

Series MVP Tom Glavine threw eight shutout innings to win Game 6. (Marlene Karas / AJC)

David Justice drops his bat as he checks his swing on ball 4 in the 2nd inning of Game 6 against the Cleveland Indians of the 1995 World Series. (AJC)

David Justice drops his bat as he checks his swing on ball 4 in the 2nd inning of Game 6 against the Cleveland Indians of the 1995 World Series. (AJC)

Braves right fielder David Justice yells as he rounds the bases after his solo homer in the sixth inning of Game Six of the World Series at Atlanta Fulton County Stadium, Saturday. Oct. 28, 1995. (Mark Duncan/AP)

Braves right fielder David Justice yells as he rounds the bases after his solo homer in the sixth inning of Game Six of the World Series at Atlanta Fulton County Stadium, Saturday. Oct. 28, 1995. (Mark Duncan/AP)

Braves' Rafeal Belliard catches a foul ball in the ninth inning. (AJC)

Braves’ Rafeal Belliard catches a foul ball in the ninth inning. (AJC)

Relief pitcher Mark Wohlers reacts after the last out of the World Series, Saturday, Oct. 28,1995. (Frank Niemeir/AJC)

Relief pitcher Mark Wohlers reacts after the last out of the World Series, Saturday, Oct. 28,1995. (Frank Niemeir/AJC)

Braves catcher Javy Lopez jumps into arms of reliever Mark Wohlers to celebrate winning the World Series against the Cleveland Indians on Oct. 28, 1995, in Atlanta.

Braves catcher Javy Lopez jumps into arms of reliever Mark Wohlers to celebrate winning the World Series against the Cleveland Indians on Oct. 28, 1995, in Atlanta.

If the Milwaukee Braves has not elected to move to Atlanta in 1964, sports fans here would not have been treated to the 1995 World Series title, Hank Aaron's all-time home run record, Sid's slide and much more. (Marlene Karas/AJC)

If the Milwaukee Braves has not elected to move to Atlanta in 1964, sports fans here would not have been treated to the 1995 World Series title, Hank Aaron’s all-time home run record, Sid’s slide and much more. (Marlene Karas/AJC)

The Atlanta Braves celebrate winning Game 6 against the Cleveland Indians in which they clinched the 1995 World Series in Atlanta before the home crowd at Fulton County Stadium, Saturday, Oct. 28,1995. (Jonathan Newton/AJC)

The Atlanta Braves celebrate winning Game 6 against the Cleveland Indians in which they clinched the 1995 World Series in Atlanta before the home crowd at Fulton County Stadium, Saturday, Oct. 28,1995. (Jonathan Newton/AJC)

Braves outfielder David Justice celebrates winning World Series Game 6 in Atlanta. (Jonathan Newton/AJC)

Braves outfielder David Justice celebrates winning World Series Game 6 in Atlanta. (Jonathan Newton/AJC)

Then-Atlanta Braves owner Ted Turner parades around the infield with the World Series Trophy, Saturday, Oct. 28, 1995. (Frank Niemeir/AJC)

Then-Atlanta Braves owner Ted Turner parades around the infield with the World Series Trophy, Saturday, Oct. 28, 1995. (Frank Niemeir/AJC)


View Comments 0