Atlanta Braves Standings (Updated)

View the updated Atlanta Braves Standings including their rank in the division and league overal. In the next section below the National League Standings, you’ll find the standings for the NL East Division. For reference, view historical final standings beneath divisional standings. 

National League Standings

The Atlanta Braves are currently fourth in the National League standings and have been hovering around 8-10 games over .500. 

Team W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10
Philadelphia Phillies 59 32 .652 - 33-14 25-17 442 327 +115 L1 6-4
Los Angeles Dodgers 55 35 .611 3.5 28-18 27-17 456 345 +111 W2 6-4
Milwaukee Brewers 52 36 .591 5.5 27-13 25-23 430 358 +72 L3 5-5
Atlanta Braves 51 39 .552 7.5 28-17 20-22 362 311 +51 W1 4-6
San Diego Padres 49 42 .527 11 25-23 24-21 436 405 +31 L1 7-3
St. Louis Cardinals 46 42 .523 11.5 24-18 22-24 355 399 -44 L1 6-4
Arizona Diamondbacks 44 43 .500 14 22-21 22-21 435 435 0 W1 5-5
New York Mets 43 44 .494 14 21-25 22-19 421 418 +3 W1 5-5
San Francisco Giants 44 46 .489 14.5 25-19 19-27 398 424 -26 L1 6-4
Pittsburgh Pirates 42 47 .472 15 21-23 21-24 360 388 -28 W1 5-5
Cincinnati Reds 42 47 .472 15 20-23 22-24 381 363 +18 L2 5-5
Washington Nationals 42 47 .472 15.5 21-23 21-24 369 398 -29 L1 6-4
Chicago Cubs 40 48 .455 17.5 23-20 17-28 364 390 -26 W1 3-7
Colorado Rockies 32 58 .348 27 17-31 15-27 309 446 -137 W1 3-7
Miami Marlins 31 58 .348 27 17-31 14-27 309 446 -137 W1 3-7
  • W: Wins
  • L: Losses
  • PCT: Winning Percentage
  • GB: Games Behind
  • HOME: Home Record (Wins-Losses)
  • AWAY: Away Record (Wins-Losses)
  • RS: Runs Scored
  • RA: Runs Allowed
  • DIFF: Run Differential (RS – RA)
  • STRK: Current Streak (W = Win, L = Loss)
  • L10: Last 10 Games Record (Wins-Losses)

NL East Standings

In the NL East division, the Atlanta Braves are in second place, trailing the Philadelphia Phillies by nine games. The Phillies’ reign of terror continues as they maintain a healthy lead ahead of the Braves in the standings. 

East W L PCT GB HOME AWAY RS RA DIFF STRK L10
Philadelphia Phillies 59 32 .652 - 33-14 25-17 442 327 +115 L1 6-4
Atlanta Braves 51 39 .552 7.5 27-16 20-22 362 311 +51 L1 4-6
New York Mets 43 44 .494 14 21-25 22-19 421 418 +3 W1 5-5
Washington Nationals 42 47 .472 15.5 21-23 21-24 369 398 -29 L1 6-4
Miami Marlins 31 58 .348 27 17-31 14-27 309 446 -137 W1 3-7
  • W: Wins
  • L: Losses
  • PCT: Winning Percentage
  • GB: Games Behind
  • HOME: Home Record (Wins-Losses)
  • AWAY: Away Record (Wins-Losses)
  • RS: Runs Scored
  • RA: Runs Allowed
  • DIFF: Run Differential (RS – RA)
  • STRK: Current Streak (W = Win, L = Loss)
  • L10: Last 10 Games Record (Wins-Losses)

Atlanta Braves Historical Standings

The Atlanta Braves have experienced a mix of successes and challenges after the famous run in the 1990s. We won the National League East division multiple times, including a strong stretch in the early 2000s and a resurgence in the late 2010s and early 2020s. View below for a table of all finishes since 2000 in the NL east, and scroll down for historical, year by year finishes. 

Year W L PCT GB Finish Playoffs
2000 95 67 .586 - 1st Lost NLDS
2001 88 74 .543 - 1st Lost NLCS
2002 101 59 .631 - 1st Lost NLDS
2003 101 61 .623 - 1st Lost NLDS
2004 96 66 .593 - 1st Lost NLDS
2005 90 72 .556 - 1st Lost NLDS
2006 79 83 .488 18 3rd Missed Playoffs
2007 84 78 .519 5 3rd Missed Playoffs
2008 72 90 .444 20.5 4th Missed Playoffs
2009 86 76 .531 7 3rd Missed Playoffs
2010 91 71 .562 6 2nd Lost NLDS
2011 89 73 .549 13 2nd Missed Playoffs
2012 94 68 .580 4 2nd Lost WC
2013 96 66 .593 - 1st Lost NLDS
2014 79 83 .488 17 2nd Missed Playoffs
2015 67 95 .414 23 4th Missed Playoffs
2016 68 93 .422 26.5 5th Missed Playoffs
2017 72 90 .444 25 3rd Missed Playoffs
2018 90 72 .556 - 1st Lost NLDS
2019 97 65 .599 - 1st Lost NLDS
2020 35 25 .583 - 1st Lost NLCS
2021 88 73 .547 - 1st Won WS
2022 101 61 .623 - 1st Lost NLDS
2023 104 58 .642 - 1st Lost NLDS

Final 2023 NL East Standings

In 2023, the Bravos cruised to a 104-win season, which was more than enough to take down the NL East division once again. Though they eventually ran into a red hot Phillies team that ended their season, the year was still a historic one for the Braves. Star Ronald Acuna won the leagues MVP becoming the first player in history to hit 40 home runs and steal 70 bases. 

Team W L Pct GB Home Away L10
Braves 104 58 .642 - 52-29 52-29 7-3
Phillies 90 72 .556 14.0 49-32 41-40 7-3
Marlins 84 78 .519 20.0 46-35 38-43 5-5
Mets 75 87 .463 29.0 43-38 32-49 4-6
Nationals 71 91 .438 33.0 34-47 37-44 4-6

Final 2022 NL East Standings

 The Braves’ will remember the 2022 season as the year they were able to chase down the Mets in the division then force a one game playoff. After defeating the Mets in the playoff, they went onto a deeply playoff run while the Mets were bounced in the divisional round of the playoffs. 

Team W L PCT GB Home Away L10
Braves 101 61 .623 - 55-26 46-35 7-3
Mets 101 61 .623 - 54-27 47-34 5-5
Phillies 87 75 .537 14.0 47-34 40-41 4-6
Marlins 69 93 .426 32.0 34-47 35-46 6-4
Nationals 55 107 .340 46.0 26-55 29-52 2-8

Final 2021 NL East Standings

The Braves finished the 2021 regular season as the champions of the National League East with a record of 88 wins and 73 losses, resulting in a .547 winning percentage. They ended the season 6.5 games ahead of the second-place Philadelphia Phillies. The Braves demonstrated strength both at home and on the road, finishing with a 42-38 home record and a 46-35 away record. The team’s strong finish, with an 8-2 record in their last 10 games, helped secure their division title.

The Braves’ success continued into the postseason, where they ultimately triumphed in the World Series, defeating the Houston Astros in six games. This victory marked their first World Series title since 1995, capping off a remarkable season for the team. Key contributions from players like Freddie Freeman, Ozzie Albies, and the stellar performances of their pitching staff were instrumental in their postseason success.

Team W L PCT GB Home Away L10
Atlanta Braves 88 73 .547 - 42-38 46-35 8-2
Philadelphia Phillies 82 80 .506 6.5 47-34 35-46 4-6
New York Mets 77 85 .475 11.5 47-34 30-51 4-6
Miami Marlins 67 95 .414 21.5 42-39 25-56 3-7
Washington Nationals 65 97 .401 23.5 35-46 30-51 2-8

2020 Final NL East Standings

Despite a familiar ending for Braves fans, the 2020 MLB season was unlike any other, shortened significantly due to the global pandemic. Despite the challenges, which included no fans and fake noise, the Atlanta Braves emerged as the leaders of the NL East with a record of 35-25, securing a solid .583 winning percentage. Their performance was bolstered by a strong home record of 19-11 and a respectable away record of 16-14. Over the last ten games of the season, the Braves managed a 6-4 record, showcasing their resilience and ability to perform under pressure.

In contrast, the smaller market Miami Marlins finished second in the division, four games behind the Braves, with a .517 winning percentage. The Marlins’ season was notable for having a stronger performance on the road (20-14) compared to their home record (11-15). The Philadelphia Phillies, despite a promising start, ended the season with a 28-32 record, 7.0 games behind the Braves. The Nationals and Mets both finished with identical records of 26-34, tying for the fourth spot in the division.

Team W L PCT GB HOME AWAY L10
Braves 35 25 .583 - 19-11 16-14 6-4
Marlins 31 29 .517 4.0 11-15 20-14 5-5
Phillies 28 32 .467 7.0 19-13 9-19 3-7
Nationals 26 34 .433 9.0 15-18 11-16 7-3
Mets 26 34 .433 9.0 12-17 14-17 3-7

2019 Final NL East Standings

The 2019 MLB season saw the NL East division unfold with intense competition and remarkable performances. The Atlanta Braves emerged as the division champions, finishing with an impressive 97-65 record. The Braves were dominant at home with a 50-31 record and played well over .500 on the road, going 47-34. Despite a slight dip at the end of the season the Braves’ overall performance secured them the top spot in the NL East and division title.

Trailing the Braves, the Washington Nationals, in their last season of relevancy,  clinched second place with a 93-69 record, just 4 games behind the division leaders. Though they got red hot to end the year, the Braves were able to fend them off for another NL East championship. 

Team W L Pct GB Home Away L10
Braves 97 65 .599 - 50-31 47-34 4-6
Nationals 93 69 .574 4.0 50-31 43-38 9-1
Mets 86 76 .531 11.0 48-33 38-43 7-3
Phillies 81 81 .500 16.0 45-36 36-45 3-7
Marlins 57 105 .352 40.0 30-51 27-54 4-6

2018 NL East Standings

The 2018 MLB season was one of resurgence and surprises, with several teams defying expectations. In the National League East, the Atlanta Braves emerged as a dominant force. After a lackluster 2017, the Braves made a remarkable turnaround, clinching the NL East title with a 90-72 record. Their young core, led by Ronald Acuña Jr., Ozzie Albies, and Mike Foltynewicz, showcased exceptional talent and energy, revitalizing the team and captivating fans.

While their playoff run was cut short by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NLDS, the Braves’ 2018 campaign marked a turning point for the franchise, signaling a return to contention and a promising future ahead. Their success not only ignited excitement in Atlanta but also made them a team to watch in the years to come, solidifying their place as one of baseball’s rising powers.

Team W L PCT GB HOME AWAY L10
Braves 90 72 .556 - 43-38 47-34 6-4
Nationals 82 80 .506 8.0 41-40 41-40 5-5
Phillies 80 82 .494 10.0 49-32 31-50 2-8
Mets 77 85 .475 13.0 37-44 40-41 7-3
Marlins 63 98 .391 26.5 38-43 25-55 4-6

Final 2017 NL Standings

The 2017 season for the Atlanta Braves was one of both reflection and anticipation, as the team continued its rebuilding journey while keeping an eye on a promising future. Ending with a 72-90 record, the Braves finished third in the NL East, far behind the division-leading Washington Nationals. Despite the standings, there were plenty of silver linings for the Braves and their fans to hold onto.

Freddie Freeman was once again the heart and soul of the Braves’ offense, providing consistent production and leadership. His impact was undeniable, even as the team faced its fair share of struggles. The season also marked the emergence of young talents who hinted at a brighter future. Much heralded shortstop prospects Dansby Swanson and Ozzie Albies (who moved to second base) began to showcase their potential, giving fans a glimpse of what could be a formidable infield duo for years to come. Meanwhile, on the mound, young pitchers like Sean Newcomb showed flashes of brilliance, indicating that the team’s pitching future might be in good hands.

Team W L PCT GB HOME AWAY L10
Washington Nationals 97 65 .599 - 47-34 50-31 5-5
Miami Marlins 77 85 .475 20.0 42-36 35-49 5-5
Atlanta Braves 72 90 .444 25.0 37-44 35-46 3-7
New York Mets 70 92 .432 27.0 37-44 33-48 5-5
Philadelphia Phillies 66 96 .407 31.0 39-42 27-54 5-5