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Braves Pitching Analysis and Breakdown 2017

Highly touted young starters Sean Newcomb and Lucas Sims have arrived in Atlanta, as the Braves future unfolds. Both have shown flashes as well as the growing pains that almost always happens with you... »

Julio Teheran Trade Value Still High

Julio Teheran is having his worst season as a major leaguer. The 26-year old right-hander is 7-10 with a bloated 4.98 ERA. Trade rumors about Teheran continually pop up, Braves GM John Coppolella is u... »

Acuna Stars – Medlen Struggles in Gwinnett Loss

The Gwinnett Braves were shut out 5-0 Monday night and could muster only five hits. That didn’t stop phenom Ronald Acuna from having another big night. Acuna banged out two hits in four at bats ... »

Brian Snitker Contract Like Living Together

The Brian Snitker contract status will be an interesting off season topic. Snitker will return as Braves manager, according to AJC Columnist, Jeff Schultz. The Braves manager has Freddie Freeman‘... »

Ronald Acuna Age Factor Holding Him Back?

The Ronald Acuna age factor is all holding the young slugger back. Conventional wisdom is let Acuna keep learning in the minors and you know baseball people and their conventional wisdom. You don̵... »

Rodriguez Flipped and Fried Promoted

Sean Rodriguez was flipped and Max Fried promoted on an eventful Braves Saturday. Both moves were surprising in different ways. The Braves traded Rodriguez to the Pirates for career minor leaguer, Con... »

Deal of the Century or Drinking Fantasy?

In December 2015, the Braves traded Shelby Miller to the Diamondbacks for Ender Inciarte, Dansby Swanson and Aaron Blair. Baseball trades sometimes appear one-sided initially, they often even out and ... »

R.A. Dickey Placed on Revocable Waivers

Starter R.A. Dickey and reliever Jim Johnson have been placed on revocable waivers, according to Peter Gammons. After the July 31 deadline, teams can still trade players if they clear waivers. If a te... »