With news that OF Nick Markakis has opted back in to the MLB season and will be returning soon (along with LHP Will Smith but not relevant to this topic), the Braves are going to be getting back … Finish Reading
We will win a lot of two-games series if Mike Soroka and Max Fried are pitching. I don’t want to jinx the gentleman, but things are looking promising with Fried. His curveball is devastating, his command is on point, and … Finish Reading
I don’t know where all you people have been. I’ve been diligently reporting on every Wednesday game, although I had to make everything up and then post it on a website in a parallel universe. You folks failed to follow … Finish Reading
One of the Atlanta Braves’ most troublesome opponents these days isn’t the team from Washington or Philadelphia or New York, but irony.
The Braves, who spent more than a decade using their first-round picks on pitchers and went through a … Finish Reading
The Braves really needed a good start from young Kyle Wright on Tuesday. All of a sudden, what appeared to be a strength for this Braves team—depth in starting pitching—looks like the Achilles Heel. Mike Soroka and Max Fried are … Finish Reading
Well, I doubt there is much I can say that anybody who saw even a little bit of this debacle or who even read an account of it doesn’t already know about the basic cause of this bad result. The … Finish Reading
Ronald Acuña Jr. is about to rock the dome, y’all!
Dansby Swanson may look like Ryan Howard from “The Office,” but tonight he hit like Ryan Howard from the Phillies.
Swanson doubled, homered, and drove in 5 runs on his way to a 3 – 5 night. Among numerous other … Finish Reading