Braves Fall Again, Remind Us Spring Training Not About Wins and Losses

Atlanta Braves

The Atlanta Braves lost again today, falling 6-2 to the New York Mets, pushing their record to a dismal 0-6 so far this spring training. Six games is a substantial sample size, enough to draw some conclusions and get an […]

Washington Nationals Top Atlanta Braves in Unpredictable Spring Training Shootout

Atlanta Braves

The Atlanta Braves took on the Washington Nationals today in a wild and unpredictable game. Combining for 31 runs and 37 hits, the two teams exchanged blows over nine innings, with Washington ultimately coming out on top, 16-15. The loss […]

2014 Spring Training Preview: Brandon Beachy Returns For Atlanta Braves

Atlanta Braves

The Atlanta Braves’ Brandon Beachy will make his return to the mound tonight against the Houston Astros. This will not only be Beachy’s first start of Spring Training, but his first time in live action since undergoing a second elbow […]

Predicting the Atlanta Braves’ 2014 Starting Rotation

Mike Minor

Some might still choose to argue the point, but there really is no discussion to be had: the Atlanta Braves had the best pitching staff in all of baseball last season. With a team ERA of 3.18, the Braves got […]

B.J. Upton Wisely Featuring New Batting Stance This Offseason

BJ Upton

“I’m in a good place, especially mentally.” That’s how B.J. Upton described his state of being this offseason, which is refreshing to hear considering he often looked like a deer in the headlights at the plate last year. Upton had a […]

Coca-Cola, Chick-Fil-A and the Race to Name the New Atlanta Braves Stadium

Turner Field

Nearly $300 million – that’s how much the Atlanta Braves have spent this offseason. Five major contract extensions (well, four, and one that will hopefully eventually become a long-term deal) have resulted in a veritable spending spree – unprecedented in […]

Atlanta Braves: 5 Biggest Offseason Moves Heading Into 2014 MLB Season

Frank Wren

Atlanta Braves Solidify Game’s Most Dominant Bullpen by Re-signing Craig Kimbrel

Craig Kimbrel

The Atlanta Braves announced an agreement to a new contract with closer Craig Kimbrel on Sunday morning. Worth $42 million over the next four years, with a team option for 2018 that could bump the total up to $58.5 million […]

Colorado Rockies 2014 Spring Training Profile: Tom Murphy

Wilin Rosario

With Wilin Rosario the only catcher on their major league roster, the Colorado Rockies will be in search of more depth behind the plate this Spring Training. The most likely candidate is minor league prospect Tom Murphy. A New York […]

Atlanta Braves Lock Down Julio Teheran, Take Another Step Towards Securing Long-Term Future

Julio Teheran

The Atlanta Braves took yet another step towards securing their long-term future on Friday when they signed Julio Teheran to a six-year, $32.4 million deal. Teheran, who completed his first full season at the big league level last year, finished […]

Atlanta Braves: Pitchers and Catchers Report to Spring Training

Kris Medlen

  Atlanta Braves pitchers and catchers reported to Spring Training in Lake Buena Vista, Florida today to begin preparations for their first training session on Friday. A palpable sense of optimism could be felt at Disney’s Wide World of Sports, […]

Atlanta Braves Will be Even Better in 2014


The Atlanta Braves will be one of the more intriguing teams in 2014, especially when keeping in mind that they lack a true ace on the pitching staff and a true superstar on offense. The Braves won 96 games last […]