We’re living in a mad world. A mad, mad world. The Braves, who are 52-54 on the season, are 3.5 games out of 1st place in the NL East. That shouldn’t be possible, yet here we are and the division … Finish Reading
The Braves, well…at least the fans, are reaching desperate times. With less than a dozen games left before the trade deadline, panic might begin to spin in the disco. While we all know that the real problem is the bullpen, … Finish Reading
Ladies and gents, get ready for 2 weeks of poisonous spiders, man-eating plants, and bloodthirsty baseball players. Over the next 13 days, the Braves will play 14 games against the Padres, Mets, Phillies, and Brewers.
In the “I’m not an expert, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn” mind of things, I’m going to present my Braves Top-30 Prospects. Over the last 5 years, I’ve watched a lot of minor league ball and have … Finish Reading
I don’t like typing this. I think it’s because I don’t really believe in it. When I was a kid, as a 4th grader, I found out that Santa Claus was a phony bologna. In my annual letter of selfishness … Finish Reading
Don’t remove me, Braves Journal regulars. This will be the last time you’ll see Ender Inciarte trade scenarios on this page. Sure, they’ve been a pipedream since starting these hypotheticals years ago and they’ll likely end … Finish Reading
The Miami Marlins, after a 60-game season of .500 baseball, are once again cellar dwellers in the NL East. At 33-44, they’ve already started the sell-off process by making the first fairly significant trade of the deadline:… Finish Reading
Not that records really matter in the minor, but 2 of the 4 Braves MiLB affiliates have records above .500 (GWN and MS), 1 at .500 on the dot (Rome), and the Augusta Greenjackets at 4 games below .500. There’s … Finish Reading