- Location: Greenville, SC
- League: Western Carolinas League 1963-1964; Southern League 1984-2004
- Affiliation: Milwaukee Braves 1963-1964; Atlanta Braves 1984-2004
- Ballpark: Meadowbrook Park 1963-1964, Greenville Municipal Stadium 1984-
The later incarnation of the Braves were an Atlanta Braves AA affiliate in the Southern League. They began play in 1984 and played their home games at Greenville Municipal Stadium in Greenville, South Carolina. The Braves captured league titles in 1992 and 1997. The 1992 club, led by manager Grady Little, became the first Southern League club ever to win 100 games and is considered one of the greatest minor league teams of all time. That season the team was led by catcher Javy Lopez, who hit .321 with 16 homers to capture the League MVP Award, and shortstop Chipper Jones, who hit .346 after joining the club in midseason.