Atlanta Braves Starting Pitching: Best of the 10 for 10’s

In our previous Atlanta Braves 10 for 10’s installments, the knaves and fools, best of the infield, outfield, and relief pitching , we went through and looked at the many “Whipping Boys” and heroes of the Braves over the past decade. Today we will look at the best Atlanta Braves starting pitchers of the decade. … Continue reading “Atlanta Braves Starting Pitching: Best of the 10 for 10’s”

Atlanta Braves Relief Pitchers: Best of the 10 for 10’s

Thus far in the Atlanta Braves 10 for 10’s player series, we have covered the infield, the outfield, and the best of the worst. Today, we look at the 2010’s best of the Atlanta Braves Relief Pitchers. 10 for 10’s Atlanta Braves Relief Pitcher, Craig Kimbrel Craig Kimbrel was the dominant Atlanta Braves relief pitcher … Continue reading “Atlanta Braves Relief Pitchers: Best of the 10 for 10’s”

Atlanta Braves Roster Talk: The Locks and the Battles

As Spring Training gets ready to kick off next week with pitchers and catchers reporting, eternal optimism for 30 teams will fill the air and our Atlanta Braves will look to repeat winning the division for the 3rd straight year with dreams of grabbing their first ring in 25 years (reality check: 30% of the … Continue reading “Atlanta Braves Roster Talk: The Locks and the Battles”

10 for 10’s: Atlanta Braves Knaves and Fools

Today’s entry focuses on players who were left out of the All-2010’s team but were memorable nonetheless, mainly because of our mockery: the Atlanta Braves Knaves and Fools. The Beginning of the Braves Journal Whipping Boy If memory serves me, Mac coined the term “Whipping Boy” to describe a player doing his best to bring … Continue reading “10 for 10’s: Atlanta Braves Knaves and Fools”

Atlanta Braves Outfield: Best of the 10 for 10’s

In our initial segment on Best of the 10 for 10’s, we looked at the best of the Atlana Braves Infield. Today, we take a gander at the best of the Atlanta Braves Outfield of the 2010’s. Just a reminder that in determining who’s the best, we followed a simple criteria. If there was one … Continue reading “Atlanta Braves Outfield: Best of the 10 for 10’s”

Atlanta Braves Infield: Best of the 10 for 10’s

I bet you thought that the 10 for 10’s series was over, eh? Like Jose Constanza stealing at-bats from Jason Heyward, we are going to steal your attention for 5 more segments. In the next week (or so), we will be covering the best of the 10’s at each position. The pieces will be split … Continue reading “Atlanta Braves Infield: Best of the 10 for 10’s”

10 For 10’s: The 2019 Atlanta Braves Season

The rebuild was over! Coming off a successful 2018 season in which the Braves reached the playoffs a bit unexpectedly, there was a bright light at the end of the tunnel. For the 2019 Atlanta Braves, it was expected to be a huge battle with a four-horse race in the NL East, but it turned … Continue reading “10 For 10’s: The 2019 Atlanta Braves Season”

Atlanta Braves GM Alex Anthopoulos Excites Us at Chopfest

While it was a wintry 30-something for Chopfest held at newly donned Truist Park this weekend, there were some deliciously steamy words uttered by Atlanta Braves GM Alex Anthopoulos in a question and answer session for some select fans: Dissection Big and impactful. Ok… Matt Joyce just signed a 1-year deal with the Miami Marlins, … Continue reading “Atlanta Braves GM Alex Anthopoulos Excites Us at Chopfest”

10 for 10’s: The Atlanta Braves 2018 Season

After four straight losing seasons and an offseason wracked by front office turmoil, expectations for the 2018 season were low. But the Braves surprised virtually everyone, easily winning the NL East over the consensus preseason favorites, the Nats. How the heck did that happen? 2017 Offseason Change of the Guard At the end of our … Continue reading “10 for 10’s: The Atlanta Braves 2018 Season”

10 for 10’s: The 2017 Atlanta Braves Season

SunTrust Park! The name wouldn’t last long (Hello, Truist), but the Braves had new digs (and I got to be there)! While the Cobb County location didn’t immediately lead to winning ways (3rd place, 72-90), the team was starting to come together to finally turn things around. In today’s 10 for 10’s, it’s the 2017 … Continue reading “10 for 10’s: The 2017 Atlanta Braves Season”