The team was first established in 1869 as the Cincinnati Red Stockings. They are one of the famous professional team in baseball that time. They were then dissolved in the seasons of 1870 when their player-manager went to Boston, Massachusetts, he is Harry Wright. Ivers Whitney Adams and his brother George form the Boston Red Stockings after wards. The team then became part of the National Association of Professional Baseball Players.
In August 1935, the new owners of the team then change their name to Boston Bees. The Boston Bees became well-known to many sports enthusiasts but did not last long. It was then named back as the Braves when the new owner took place. It was Lou Perini, one construction magnate. When Perini took over, he made lots of renovation for the team.
The present name of Boston Bees is the Atlanta Braves that is a professional baseball club and is based in Atlanta, Georgia.