The oldest continuously run franchises are the Atlanta Braves (Milwaukee Braves, Boston Braves, Boston Bees, Boston Rustlers, Boston Doves, Boston Beaneaters, and Boston Red Caps) and the Chicago Cubs (Chicago Orphans, Chicago Colts, and Chicago White Stockings) - both were established in 1876.
Boston, Milwaukee and Atlanta
Two, the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Braves before moving to Milwaukee and then to Atlanta.
There are a few. Boston, Chicago, LA, New York, Atlanta? Texas?
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The oldest baseball teams still playing are the Chicago Cubs and the Atlanta Braves. Both teams are charter teams of the National League when it was founded in 1876. The Cubs were the Chicago White Stockings and the Braves were the Boston Red Caps.
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.
The original Braves franchise began in Boston, moved to Milwaukee and then to Atlanta.
Boston, and Chicago.
There are actually two franchises who hold he title of "oldest continually operating baseball franchise", the Chicago Cubs & what is currently the Atlanta Braves (formerly the Boston then Milwaukee Braves). Both were established in 1876.
Because that's where it was built in 1927, and Chicago as we know it today grew around it. If it had been built in Boston, it would have been 'donated' to Boston. If it had been built in Atlanta, it would have been 'donated' to Atlanta. Any more dumb questions?
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