Today in the A: July 9th

  Sadly, it is Monday, and to make things worse, there are no games going on for any of our beloved Atlanta sports teams today. To recap yesterdays performances, the Braves ended their game road trip by dropping their rubber match against the Brewers 10-3. The Braves ended the road trip at

How Should the Braves Fix Their Bullpen?

The Braves are a fun, young, exciting team to watch. Between the clutch and the great starting pitching, there almost isn't anything to complain about with the team that holds the best record in the NL. However, the bullpen, which started off the season on a good note, has fallen

The Return of Ronald Acuña Jr.

Ronald Acuna may have a bigger impact than we all realized. How will he fare now that he has returned to the lineup?   During the month that Ronald Acuna was on the disabled list, the Braves went just 14-13, improving their record by just one game. This was against teams that

Looking Ahead to 2019

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. Current

Johan Camargo Taken Off DL

Johan Camargo was activated from the DL today after a multi-hit game with Gwinnett. He will be in uniform for the Atlanta Braves tonight as they close the series against the Phillies. In his rehab stint with Gwinnett, he has hit the ball well and has had 3 straight multi-hit games.

The Unseen Impact of Catchers

One often overlooked aspect of the game of baseball is how catchers impact the game past hitting and throwing baserunners out. Often times, you hear about how certain pitchers prefer throwing to a certain catcher on the team. With the Braves specifically, Julio Teheran prefers pitching to Tyler Flowers. With

Braves @ Cubs Series Preview

Braves @ Cubs Series Preview Game 1: Friday @ 2:20, Wrigley Field Projected Starters: Anibal Sanchez(ATL), 0-0 2.25 ERA Yu Darvish(CHI), 0-0 5.23 ERA Game 2: Saturday @ 2:20, Wrigley Field Projected Starters: Sean Newcomb(ATL), 1-1 4.35 ERA Jose Quintana(CHI), 1-1 4.50 ERA Game 3: Sunday @ 2:20, Wrigley Field Projected Starters: Julio Teheran(ATL), 0-1 7.07 ERA Tyler Chatwood(CHI),