Atlanta Braves Starting Pitchers: A Bottlenecking Problem

During the rebuild, the Braves chose a path and stuck to their “guns”, as trade after trade, and draft pick after draft pick, starting pitchers with high ceilings were collected. For many Braves fans, it became comical the amount of gathered riches over a 3 year period, and some openly questioned the strategy as pitchers … Continue reading “Atlanta Braves Starting Pitchers: A Bottlenecking Problem”

2019 Atlanta Braves Player Reviews: Mike Foltynewicz

I’ve spilled a lot of ink in the comments about Folty, so I’ll try to recap and be concise. Look, I don’t know who Mike Foltynewicz is, and I don’t know who does. In almost every timespan or environment, the man has been manic, whether it be in the 2018 and 2019 postseason, the 2019 … Continue reading “2019 Atlanta Braves Player Reviews: Mike Foltynewicz”

Odds on the Braves Postseason 25-man: Pitching

“I’m not a smart man. But I do know what love is…” ~Gump I just needed to get that out of the way as this might be a guess, but it’s an educated one based on studying patterns these past few months. I love watching this team and in watching Alex Anthopoulos’s history in transactions, … Continue reading “Odds on the Braves Postseason 25-man: Pitching”

Braves Trade Ideas: Less Prospects, Bigger Bags of $

Yesterday, I scoured the fence-straddling teams for players that they might consider parting ways with in a “you help me, I help you” type of trade. Today, I’ll take a look at one of those teams and grab 2 guys that I think could really help out the Braves this year, and one, for next. … Continue reading “Braves Trade Ideas: Less Prospects, Bigger Bags of $”