Braves Fans Can Relive the Unforgettable 1995 World Series Win on Live TV

Atlanta celebrating a World Series championship after a Game 6 win over the Indians
Atlanta celebrating a World Series championship after a Game 6 win over the Indians | Ronald C. Modra/Getty Images

Are you bored, Braves fans? Well, fear not! Fox Sports Southeast, the television home of the Braves, will be replaying the entire 1995 World Series against the Cleveland Indians starting on April 27.

Each game will be preceded with interviews from Braves legends who will share stories about the team. The television network interviewed Hall of Famers like Tom Glavine and John Smoltz, so expect some awesome behind-the-scenes details!

With all the playoff struggles the Braves have endured since then, fans will be happy to relive this again.

The current Braves will look to emulate some of that magic from 1995 whenever the 2020 season resumes. The defending NL East champs reloaded during the offseason to push themselves further into contention and it's quite possible they make a championship run of their own when baseball is back.

This six-day event will hopefully bring back some good times for Braves players and fans alike who have been craving baseball ever since the league suspended play back in mid-March.