Not only is the Braves' streak of 14 division titles the longest in MLB history (the next most is nine), but it is the longest in sports history. Powered by Hall of Famers Bobby Cox, Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine, John Smoltz and Chipper Jones, the Braves won the NL West from 1991 to 1993 and the NL East from 1995 to 2005.
However, you may notice that 1994 is not included in those years, and many think this streak deserves an asterisk because of it. That was the strike-shortened season, and there was no divisional winner crowned, which enabled the Braves to continue their streak.
But the Braves were second in their division that year and six games behind the division-leading Expos, who had the best record in baseball. We’ll never know if the Braves would have caught Montreal in the standings, but it’s a moot discussion at this point, and the Braves' streak still stands.