No the Celtics are a professional Basketball team in the National Basketball Association. Boston's MLB team is called the "Red Sox" At one time Boston had another team, called the Braves (or the B's in a couple of seasons). That team relocated to Milwaukee and then to Atlanta where they are still called the Braves.
Yes, the Braves played in Boston until 1952.
The Red Sox
If they win.
Rogers Hornsby of the Boston Braves with a .387 average.
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.
Boston, Milwaukee and Atlanta
The current Major League Baseball (MLB) team formerly known as the Bees is the Atlanta Braves. The team was known as the Boston Bees from 1936-1940. Below is an account of the team history, including its various team name changes: Boston Red Caps...1876-1882 Boston Beaneaters...1883-1906 Boston Doves...1907-1910 Boston Rustlers...1911-1911 Boston Braves...1912-1935 Boston Bees...1936-1940 Boston Braves...1941-1952 Milwaukee Braves...1953-1965 Atlanta Braves...1966-Present (as of 2012)
Babe Ruth began his Major League career with the Boston Red Sox in 1914.
Rogers Hornsby of the Boston Braves won the NL batting title in 1928 with a .387 average.
Surprisingly only Atlanta, Georgia (Braves) and Boston, Massachusetts (Red Sox)...
If you mean Wisconsin's first Major League team, it was the Milwaukee Braves. who moved to Milwaukee from Boston in 1953.
Yes the Richmond Braves are a pro team. They are the minor league (AAA) affiliate of the Atlanta Braves. No The Atlanta Braves are a major league team Never say pro baseball say major leagues
Milwaukee, Boston, Atlanta
The Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabers are teams in the National Hockey League. Additional National Hockey League teams include the Blackhawks (Chicago Blackhawks), Blue Jackets (Columbus Blue Jackets) and Blues (Saint Louis Blues).