- Location: Lawrenceville, GA
- League: International League 2009-2017
- Affiliation: Atlanta Braves 2009-2017
- Ballpark: Coolray Field 2009-2017
On January 14, 2008, it was announced that the Richmond Braves would move from Richmond, Virginia to Gwinnett County, GA for the 2009 season. The Gwinnett Braves were the AAA International League affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.
In 2017, it was announced that the Braves were looking to change their name and submitted a number of possible names for fans to vote on. Consistent with the recent trend of minor league teams choosing highly original names, often based on local culinary specialties, the names proposed included: Big Mouths, Buttons, Gobblers, Hush Puppies, Lambchops, Sweet Teas. The main reason for this was that the team had had attendance problems since starting play and was finding it hard establishing a distinct identity while sharing a name and market with the major league Braves. In December the team announced the new name - Gwinnett Stripers.
|Year||Record||Finish||Manager||Playoffs||Hitting coach||Pitching coach||Coach|
|2009||81-63||4th||Dave Brundage||Lost in 1st round||Jamie Dismuke||Derek Botelho||Billy Nicholson|
|2010||72-71||7th||Dave Brundage||Jamie Dismuke||Derek Botelho||Billy Nicholson|
|2011||78-65||5th||Dave Brundage||Jamie Dismuke||Marty Reed||Billy Nicholson|
|2012||62-82||12th||Dave Brundage||Jamie Dismuke||Marty Reed||Billy Nicholson|
|2013||60-84||14th||Randy Ready||Jamie Dismuke||Marty Reed||Billy Nicholson|
|2014||65-77||12th||Brian Snitker||Garey Ingram||Marty Reed||Billy Nicholson Jose Mota|
|2015||77-67||5th (t)||Brian Snitker||John Moses||Marty Reed||Billy Nicholson|
|2016||65-78||10th||Brian Snitker (19-20) / John Moses (1-1) /
Rick Albert (10-13) / John Moses (35-44)
|Lost League Finals||John Moses||Marty Reed / Mike Alvarez||Billy Nicholson Jose Mota|
|2017||71-71||6th (t)||Damon Berryhill||John Moses||Reid Cornelius||Billy Nicholson Jose Mota|
- Ray Glier: "Minor league team sharing name, market with Atlanta Braves not easy", USA Today Sports, August 19, 2017.