Official Program and Score Card
Scorecard is for Boston VS Cincinnati (unscored)
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Tickets range from $0.60 (bleachers) to $1.80 (Box seats)
Boston Braves National Defense list (service)
"The Braves are all blood donors..are you?"
"Zip your lip..save a ship"
Undated, but Cincinnati played at Boston on : May 18,19,20(2)- June 27,28,29 - Aug 15,16,17,18.
Dimensions: 9 3/4" X 6 3/4". Printed on thick 'cardboard' paper.
The 1945 Boston Braves played 152 games during the regular season, won 67 games, lost 85 games, and finished in sixth position. They played their home games at Braves Field where 374,178 fans witnessed their 1945 Braves finish the season with a .441 winning percentage.
Braves Field was a major league baseball park in the eastern United States, located in Boston, Massachusetts. The stadium was home of the Boston Braves of the National League from 1915–1952, prior to the Braves' move to Milwaukee in 1953.
Braves Field was also home to multiple professional football teams between 1929 and 1948, including the first home of the National Football League (NFL) franchise that became the Washington Redskins. The pro football Braves played at the ballpark in their inaugural season of 1932, then were at Fenway Park for four seasons as the Boston Redskins before the move south to Washington's Griffith Stadium in 1937.
On Commonwealth Avenue at Babcock Street, the baseball field was aligned northeast. Most of the stadium was demolished 60 years ago in 1955, but significant portions of the original structure still stand and make up part of the Nickerson Field sports complex on the campus of Boston University.