Atlanta Braves Top Prospects by Braves Journal, #15-11

In case you missed the first 4 installments of our Atlanta Braves Top Prospects List, you can find them here: Braves Journal’s Top 30 Prospects: Just Missed Braves Journal’s Top 30 Prospect, 30-26 Braves Journal’s Top 30 Prospects, 25-21 Braves Journal’s Top 30 Prospects, 20-16 A reminder that this is a cumulative list from 3 … Continue reading “Atlanta Braves Top Prospects by Braves Journal, #15-11”

Atlanta Braves Top Prospects by Braves Journal, #20-16

In case you missed the first 4 installments of our Atlanta Braves Top Prospects, you can find them here: Braves Journal’s Top 30 Prospects: Just Missed Braves Journal’s Top 30 Prospect, 30-26 Braves Journal’s Top 30 Prospects, 25-21 A reminder that this is a cumulative list from 3 Minor League followers, Karl Ehrsam (snowshine), Matt … Continue reading “Atlanta Braves Top Prospects by Braves Journal, #20-16”

2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Freddie Freeman

Note from Ryan: Three Flags Flying’s new podcast is up and running here and we talk a lot about 3B options should Josh Donaldson go elsewhere. Freddie Freeman put up another Freddie season in 2019, only more so. Today’s player review looks at the star first baseman. Freeman set career highs in home runs, RBI’s, … Continue reading “2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Freddie Freeman”

Atlanta Braves Top Prospects by Braves Journal, #25-21

In case you missed the first 2 installments of our Atlanta Braves Top Prospects Lists, you can find them here: Braves Journal’s Top 30 Prospects: Just Missed Braves Journal’s Top 30 Prospect, 30-26 A reminder that this is a cumulative list from 3 Minor League followers, Karl Ehrsam (snowshine), Matt Pocza (@Braves_Rumors), and Ryan Cothran … Continue reading “Atlanta Braves Top Prospects by Braves Journal, #25-21”

2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Brian McCann

Brian McCann, 2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review Brian McCann suffered an injury-plagued and unproductive 2018 season for Houston, only appearing in 63 games with 189 AB while sinking to career lows in AVG, OBP, and SLG. As a result he did not hit the benchmarks for starts and plate appearances that would have guaranteed his … Continue reading “2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Brian McCann”

2019 Atlanta Braves Player Reviews: A.J. Minter

If A.J. Minter merely replicated his performance from the year previous — 61.1 IP, 57 H, 22 BB, 69 K, 3.23 ERA, 2.72 FIP — some might have been disappointed, then the 2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review on A.J. Minter would have been all roses. After all, A.J. Minter has been hyped about as much … Continue reading “2019 Atlanta Braves Player Reviews: A.J. Minter”

2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Charlie Culberson

Well, all good things must come to an end, and after two solid seasons for Charlie Culberson in Atlanta, he was non-tendered on December 2nd. As of this writing, I’m not aware of any free agent interest in Culberson, so a reunion at a lesser amount is possible. Regardless, it’s likely he’ll end up on … Continue reading “2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Charlie Culberson”

Atlanta Braves Top Prospects by Braves Journal, #30-26

We kicked off the Atlanta Braves Top Prospects with players that just missed out on the top-30 and you can find that list here. Today, we get to it! A reminder that our list from Karl Ehrsam (snowshine), Ryan Cothran (@baldheaded1der), and Matt Pocza (@Braves_Rumors) is cumulative and some might have had particular players higher … Continue reading “Atlanta Braves Top Prospects by Braves Journal, #30-26”

Site Updates and a New Guy (and latest 3 Flags Flying Podcast)

Note from Ryan: Latest 3 Flags Flying podcast has dropped and Braves Journal loyalists will find the Keltner Test most intriguing! Give it a listen here. What’s Going On Here Let’s dig right in. My name is Matt Langford, and I’m here to provide any help or expertise I can in the operation of Braves … Continue reading “Site Updates and a New Guy (and latest 3 Flags Flying Podcast)”

2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Adeiny Hechavarria

By the winter of 2019, Adeiny Hechavarria had firmly established himself as a no-hit all-glove shortstop, with a career slash line around .250/.290/.320 in about 2800 MLB ABs. So it was no big surprise that going into his age 30 season, he had to settle for a minor league deal with the Mets organization (term … Continue reading “2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Adeiny Hechavarria”