The original names for the Major League Baseball team that is currently (as of October 2009) known as the Atlanta Braves are the Boston Red Caps, the Boston Beaneaters, the Boston Doves, the Boston Rustlers, the Boston Braves, the Boston Bees and the Milwaukee Braves.
There is a lot. Look on Wikipedia's 2012 Atlanta braves season page.
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Chris Chambliss and Greg Olson
The team was started in 1871 as the Boston Red Stockings and then changed their names many times until they got the name the Atlanta Braves in 1966.
There were only two players that wore the number 10 jersey for the Atlanta Braves before Chipper Jones. The names of the two players are Chris Chambliss and Greg Olson.
The Atlanta Braves professional baseball franchise began as the Boston Red Stockings, a charter member of the National Association when it was founded in 1871. When the National Association folded after the 1875 season, they became a charter member of the National League when it was founded in 1876. They played under different names in Boston, the final being the Braves, until 1952. After that season the franchise moved to Milwaukee and played there between 1953-1965. The Braves have played in Atlanta since the 1966 season.
The whole team names that start with A are the Atlanta Braves and the Arizona Diamondbacks but the teams' nicknames that start with A are the Astros and the Angels.