Clutch Hitting Will be Key to Atlanta Braves’ Success in 2014

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The Atlanta Braves posted the second-best record in the National League last year at 96-66, bested only by the 97-65 St. Louis Cardinals.  The team was able to ride on the shoulders of an incredibly young and somewhat unexpectedly talented […]

Some Experts Forget That Atlanta Braves’ Evan Gattis Was Only A Rookie

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I can’t speak for the rest of humanity, and so I won’t. But from where I stand, the world around me seems to be one that is becoming increasingly hedonistic. We want too much. It really is that simple. We […]

Atlanta Braves’ New Stadium Shocking, Brilliant Idea

Turner Field

Say farewell to the Ted, the Atlanta Braves announced today that at the beginning of the 2017 season they will be moving into a new stadium roughly 15 minutes northwest of their current location. At the intersection of I-75 and I-285 in […]

Atlanta Braves General Manager Frank Wren Could Look To Make Move

Dan Uggla

The annual General Managers Meetings will take place this coming week in Orlando, FL. Every year, these meetings conjure up unexpected deals, seeing players move to new locales in trades previously unexplored. Such a transaction took place between the Miami […]

Tommy LaStella Could be Atlanta Braves Starting Second Baseman in 2014

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The Atlanta Braves have an enigma on their hands. Actually they have two, but I only want to discuss one here. Well maybe it’s too early to say they have two. Okay, one of the enigmas (the one I don’t […]

Atlanta Braves Could Get Even Younger, Part With Tim Hudson and Brian McCann

Brian McCann

There’s a whole lot of hullabaloo around veteran experience and leadership these days. I’m not immune to it — on any given night, at any given sports bar or in front of any given TV in any given establishment or […]

Atlanta Braves’ Andrleton Simmons Could be the Next Wizard

Andrelton Simmons

I’ve said before that the Atlanta Braves’ Andrelton Simmons’ performance at the plate is an inconsequential matter. His value to the team is entirely defensive; any good he does with the bat is a welcome bonus. Certain other writers, experts, […]

Is Mark Mulder Right About Atlanta Braves Having ‘No Pop’?

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According to Baseball Tonight’s Mark Mulder, the Atlanta Braves place only fifth in the power rankings (ESPN has them second, behind only the Los Angeles Dodgers). Mulder states that “nothing pops out at you” with the Braves, citing this as a […]

Atlanta Braves’ Evan Gattis Demoted to Triple-A Gwinnett

Evan Gattis

The Atlanta Braves optioned backup catcher Evan Gattis to Triple-A Gwinnett on Friday. Gattis, who began the year by hitting .281 with 11 HR and 39 RBI in his first two months of play, has struggled mightily in the month […]

Atlanta Braves’ Top 5 Minor League Prospects

Freddi Gonzalez

5 Key Injuries That Should Have Crippled the Atlanta Braves

Freddi Gonzalez

Jason Heyward Injury Changes Dynamic of Atlanta Braves Lineup

Jason Heyward

The Atlanta Braves have been scorching hot since the All-Star break, thanks in large part to the resurgence of Jason Heyward. Heyward was batting .348 in the month of August before going down with a broken jaw against the New York […]