The Atlanta Braves are a Major League Baseball team and a member of the National League East Division. Established in 1871 as the Boston Red Stockings, the Braves are one of the two remaining charter franchises of the National League. The team played in Boston until 1953, when they moved to Milwaukee for 13 seasons. In 1966, the Braves relocated to Atlanta, where they have remained since. The franchise is the only one in Major League Baseball history to win a World Series title in three different cities. The Braves were dominant throughout the 1990s and into the early 2000s. They won the NL East 14 consecutive times from 1991-2005, appeared in five World Series over that time frame, and won the championship in 1995. Some of the great players in Braves' history include Warren Spahn, Hank Aaron, and Greg Maddux.