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2006 Atlanta Braves Major league affiliations National League (since 1876) Eastern Division (since 1994) Location Turner Field (since 1997) Atlanta, Georgia (since 1966) 2006 information Owner(s) Time Warner General manager(s) John Schuerholz Manager(s) Bobby Cox Local television TBS Superstation Turner South (Pete Van Wieren, Skip Caray, Don Sutton, Joe Simpson, Chip Caray, Ron Gant) FSN South (Jeff Torborg, Bob Rathbun) Local radio WGST WKLS (Pete Van Wieren, Skip Caray, Don Sutton, Joe Simpson, Chip Caray) WWWE (Luis Octavio Dozal, Jose Manuel Flores) The Atlanta Braves' 2006 season was a season in American baseball. It consisted of the Atlanta Braves attempting to win the NL East. Finishing with a 79-83 record, not only did the Braves miss the playoffs for the first time since 1990 (not counting 1994), but also their first losing season and worst record since that year. Contents 1 Regular season 1.1 Season standings 1.2 Transactions 1.3 Roster 2 Player stats 2.1 Batting 2.2 Starting pitchers 2.3 Relief pitchers 3 Farm system 4 References // Regular season Season standings NL East W L GB Pct. New York Mets 97 65 – .599 Philadelphia Phillies 85 77 12 .525 Atlanta Braves 79 83 18 .488 Florida Marlins 78 84 19 .481 Washington Nationals 71 91 26 .438 Transactions December 8, 2005: Edgar Renteria was traded by the Boston Red Sox with cash to the Atlanta Braves for Andy Marte. [1] July 20, 2006: Bob Wickman was traded by the Cleveland Indians to the Atlanta Braves for Max Ramirez (minors). [2] Roster 2006 Atlanta Braves Roster Pitchers 48 Danys Baez 27 Kevin Barry 48,78 Blaine Boyer 40 Lance Cormier 26 Kyle Davies 28,34 Joey Devine 50 Wayne Franklin 15 Tim Hudson 43 Chuck James 36 Anthony Lerew 49 Macay McBride 58,27 Peter Moylan 54 Chad Paronto 30 Horacio Ramírez 38 Ken Ray 37 Chris Reitsma 36 Mike Remlinger 35 Jason Shiell 57 Travis Smith 29 John Smoltz 34 Jorge Sosa 58 Phil Stockman 52 John Thomson 56 Oscar Villarreal 28 Bob Wickman 57 Tyler Yates Catchers 16 Brian McCann  5 Todd Pratt Infielders 14 Willy Aybar 24 Wilson Betemit 22 Marcus Giles 10 Chipper Jones 19 Adam LaRoche  4 Pete Orr  8 Brayan Peña  1 Tony Peña, Jr. 14,24 Martin Prado 11,3 Edgar Rentería 12 Daryle Ward Outfielders 23 Matt Diaz  7 Jeff Francoeur 25 Andruw Jones 33 Brian Jordan 18 Ryan Langerhans 20 Scott Thorman Manager  6 Bobby Cox Coaches 39 Pat Corrales (bench) 53 Bobby Dews (bullpen) 45 Fredi Gonzalez (third base) 17 Glenn Hubbard (first base) 51 Roger McDowell (pitching)  9 Terry Pendleton (hitting) Player stats Batting Note: G = Games played; AB = At Bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting Average; HR = Home Runs; RBI = Runs Batted In Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI Starting pitchers Player G IP W L ERA SO Relief pitchers Player G W L SV ERA SO Farm system See also: Minor league baseball Level Team League Manager AAA Richmond Braves International League Brian Snitker AA Mississippi Braves Southern League Jeff Blauser A Myrtle Beach Pelicans Carolina League Rocket Wheeler A Rome Braves South Atlantic League Randy Ingle Rookie Danville Braves Appalachian League Paul Runge Rookie GCL Braves Gulf Coast League Luis Ortiz LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Danville[3] References 2006 Atlanta Braves season at Baseball Reference Game Logs: 1st Half: Atlanta Braves Game Log on ESPN.com 2nd Half: Atlanta Braves Game Log on ESPN.com Batting Statistics: Atlanta Braves Batting Stats on ESPN.com Pitching Statistics: Atlanta Braves Pitching Stats on ESPN.com ^ http://www.baseball-reference.com/r/renteed01.shtml ^ Bob Wickman Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com ^ Johnson, Lloyd, and Wolff, Miles, ed., The Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball, 3rd edition. Durham, N.C.: Baseball America, 2007 v • d • e 2006 MLB season by team AL East Baltimore • Boston • New York • Tampa Bay • Toronto AL Central Chicago • Cleveland • Detroit • Kansas City • Minnesota AL West Los Angeles • Oakland • Seattle • Texas NL East Atlanta • Florida • New York • Philadelphia • Washington NL Central Chicago • Cincinnati • Houston • Milwaukee • Pittsburgh • St. Louis NL West Arizona • Colorado • Los Angeles • San Diego • San Francisco 2006 All-Star Game • 2006 World Series v • d • e Atlanta Braves Formerly the Boston Red Stockings, Boston Red Caps, Boston Beaneaters, Boston Doves, Boston Rustlers, Boston Bees, Boston Braves and the Milwaukee Braves · Based in Atlanta, Georgia Franchise History · Records · Seasons · Managers · Opening Day starting pitchers · Broadcasters · Atlanta Braves Radio Network Ballparks South End Grounds · Congress Street Grounds · South End Grounds · Fenway Park · Braves Field · Milwaukee County Stadium · Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium · Turner Field Spring training: St. Petersburg Athletic Park · McKechnie Field · Municipal Stadium · Champion Stadium Culture Continental League · Braves Bleacher Creature • Chief Noc-A-Homa · Homer · Rally · Braves TBS Baseball · Tomahawk Buzzcut · Tomahawk Chop · Francisco Cabrera game · Grand Slam Single · Randy Johnson's perfect game Rivalries New York Mets · Philadelphia Phillies Retired numbers 3 · 21 · 31 · 35 · 41 · 44 · 47 Key personnel Owner: John C. 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