Every change in Atlanta Braves uniform numbers heading into 2024

The Braves have a lot of new players and coaches, which means a lot of new numbers. Let's take a look.

Feb 15, 2024; North Port, FL, USA;  Atlanta Braves coaches talk in the outfield at Braves Spring
Feb 15, 2024; North Port, FL, USA; Atlanta Braves coaches talk in the outfield at Braves Spring / Dave Nelson-USA TODAY Sports
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New 2024 Braves uniform numbers

These are the fresh blood. First time Braves, who are making the first important decision in their Braves career. Right up there with where they are going to live during the season I'm sure.

Luis Guillorme #15 | Last worn by Nicky Lopez (2023)

The Braves new utility infielder, Luis Guillorme, is taking the number of his predecessor, Nicky Lopez. Guillorme most recently wore #13 with the Mets, but that number is taken by someone who is just.

The utility infielder did wear #15 when he first debuted with the Mets in 2018.

Dansby Swanson, Luis Guillorme
Atlanta Braves v New York Mets / Elsa/GettyImages

Jarred Kelenic #24 | Last worn by Braden Shewmake (2023)

Jarred Kelenic wore #10 with the Seattle Mariners, but that number is retired for Chipper Jones on the Braves. Instead, the LF will wear #24, last worn by Braden Shewmake in his two game campaign with the Braves last season.

Reynaldo Lopez #40 | Last worn by Michael Soroka (2018-2023)

Reynaldo Lopez, who started the 2023 season with the White Sox before being traded to the Angels and claimed by the Guardians, will be switching numbers with former Brave fan favorite, Michael Soroka, who is taking Lopez's old #40.

Hopefully the two pitchers both have successful seasons in 2024.

Aaron Bummer #49 | last worn by Kolby Allard (2023)

Aaron Bummer wore #39 with the White Sox last season, but that number is worn by pitching coach Rick Kranitz. Instead, the new lefty reliever will wear #49, last worn by a different lefty, Kolby Allard.

Chris Sale #51 | Last worn by Michael Tonkin (2023)

Chris Sale wore #49 with the White Sox and #41 with the Red Sox, but the former is taken by a different former White Sox and the latter is retired for Eddie Mathews.

Instead, Sale will wear #51, last worn by another tall, lanky pitcher, Michael Tonkin.

Ray Kerr #58 | Last worn by Bullpen Coach Drew French (2021-2023); last worn on field by Dan Winkler (2018)

Drew French wore this number during his stint as the team's Bullpen Coach, but now that's he's with Baltimore, it was free for Kerr to take. The lefty wore #56 with the Padres.

Angel Perdomo #67 | Last worn by Luke Williams (2023)

Angel Perdomo is out for the season, but he still got assigned a number. Even though Luke Williams is still with the team as a non-roster invitee, it appears he was fine relinquishing #67 to Angel Perdomo.