2020 Braves: Who Needs to Step Up?

There are several members of the Atlanta Braves’ 2020 roster that will hands-down be the biggest keys to success.

If the top four hitters – Ronald Acuna Jr., Ozzie Albies, Freddie Freeman and Marcell Ozuna – and particularly starting pitchers … Finish Reading

Atlanta Braves Roster Talk #5: Opening Day

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Gosh…I hope there’s an Opening Day so all this Atlanta Braves Roster Talk isn’t for naught. This coronavirus crap is getting in the way of my favorite time of the year.

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A Braves Dilemma: Johan Camargo? Austin Riley? YES!

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A good problem to have…gosh, I’m sick of hearing it. Having both Johan Camargo and Austin Riley performing well above average this spring and looking like both fixed flaws, Camargo of the physical, Riley, the mental, these … Finish Reading

Atlanta Braves Spring Training: Notes from Game 10 & 11

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Well, the Braves aren’t winning and as I’ve stated before, we shouldn’t really care THAT much. However, there are a few bullpen guys that haven’t dressed to impress thus far in the Braves Spring Training games.

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Atlanta Braves Spring Training Notes

Spring is in the air and positivity reigns supreme at Cool Today park, with exception of one story at Atlanta Braves Spring Training. Let’s check out what’s going on in Northport, Florida.

Cole Hamels Injury

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Updated Atlanta Braves Payroll and Roster Needs

In what has been a stunning beginning to the 2019-20 offseason the Atlanta Braves have been the most active team on the market, signing:

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Updated Odds on the Braves Postseason 25 Man

I think my previous pieces have become largely irrelevant with the injuries to both Charlie Culberson and Johan Camargo. Adding news today of the Braves purchasing the contract of catcher John Ryan Murphy, and the heart of the bench I … Finish Reading

Will Braves put a little something in the Water(s) in September and Game Thread

2019 will be the last year that MLB teams can invite their entire 40-man roster when September 1st rolls around. In the new CBA that goes into effect in 2020, the active roster will increase from 25 to 26 for … Finish Reading