A look at which team we can expect to bring the city its first championship in decades the soonest.
As all Atlanta sports fans loved being reminded of, it has been over twenty years since the Braves delivered the city its most recent championship. Since then, Atlanta has experienced one of
The Red Sox beat the Braves 6-2 Friday night, but the game felt much closer than the score shows.
The Braves plated 2 runners in each of the first two innings but couldn't manage to bring either of them home. In the third inning, the Braves started it off right, after
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To the shock of literally everyone, Hanley Ramirez was DFA's by the Red Sox. While we can only speculate as to their reasoning, part of it likely had to do with his $22M player option next season. This is in effect only if he reaches 302 ABs
Game 1: Marlins Won 2-0
Nothing too good to write about the Braves here outside of the pitching. Wisler had a fairly good start allowing 2 over 5 1/3 innings and striking out 5. In a spot start you really can’t ask for much more. However, Dan straily pitched 7 seven
As we all know, the Braves have plenty of money to spend this offseason. I have been thinking about this and the many possibilities there are for the Braves. Among them came a rather intriguing idea. First, however, I want to start by figuring out the definites for next year.
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Ronald Acuña Jr. started left field last night for the Braves in Cincinnati. In his MLB debut, he went 1-5 at the plate. Even though this is only a .200 Batting Average, his one hit was one of the most important of the night.
After a longer wait than expected, the Braves finally got what we have been wanting since the spring ended. Ronald Acuña, the MLB’s #1 prospect, has been called up.
Acuña caught the eyes of everyone down at spring training where he was the Braves top hitter(min 25 ABs). He hit .432