2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Adam Duvall

Who is he? Adam Duvall came to the Braves at the 2018 trade deadline from the Reds in exchange for  Lucas Sims, Matt Wisler and Preston Tucker. Most of us gave the trade a big thumbs up at the time as we were unlikely to ever need any of the guys we gave up (they … Continue reading “2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Adam Duvall”

An Appreciation for Adam Duvall

To the roar of boos, Adam Duvall stepped up to the plate, 1 on, 2 out, in the bottom of the 7th. No, the crowd wasn’t booing at Duvall, rather the decision by Brian Snitker to remove Mike Foltynewicz after only throwing 81 pitches and holding the Cardinals to 3 hits, 0 runs, while piling … Continue reading “An Appreciation for Adam Duvall”

The Atlanta Braves 2nd Half Flowering Stars: Position Players

In 71 games of the 2nd half, the Braves went 43-28 and continued their dominant run that started in June and ran strong through mid-September to secure back-to-back NL East titles. It takes a team to win the division, but some were able to carry more cargo on the home stretch. From everyday players to … Continue reading “The Atlanta Braves 2nd Half Flowering Stars: Position Players”

Braves Trade Ideas: Less Prospects, Bigger Bags of $, Part 2

Intro of the series can be found here. Part 1 of the series can be found here. After a short series where the boys get swept by one of the worst teams in MLB, it’s easy to get discouraged but let me get a little bit cliche real quick: If someone were to have told … Continue reading “Braves Trade Ideas: Less Prospects, Bigger Bags of $, Part 2”