Thoughts on the Future of the Atlanta Braves 40-Man Roster

Many roster moves will have to be made fairly quickly after the World Series is over. Within 10 days into the offseason, the Braves will have a new look to their 40-man roster and spots will be precious. In this piece, I’m going to try to cover all avenues of additions and subtractions on the … Continue reading “Thoughts on the Future of the Atlanta Braves 40-Man Roster”

2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Julio Teheran

2019 Statline 10-11, 3.81 ERA, 33 games started, 174.2 innings pitched, 4.3 BB/9, 8.3 K/9, bWAR: 2.4 & fWAR: 1.5 For years, I’ve been down on Julio. The thing that I’ve overlooked in his time with Atlanta is likely the sole reason why Julio is still in a Braves uniform and that is this: Every … Continue reading “2019 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Julio Teheran”

Odds on the Braves Postseason 25-man: Pitching

“I’m not a smart man. But I do know what love is…” ~Gump I just needed to get that out of the way as this might be a guess, but it’s an educated one based on studying patterns these past few months. I love watching this team and in watching Alex Anthopoulos’s history in transactions, … Continue reading “Odds on the Braves Postseason 25-man: Pitching”

Julio Teheran’s First Start

Today, Julio Teheran makes his first start of the spring. He turned 22 a month ago, and after six years in the Braves organization, he is virtually guaranteed the last starting spot in the Braves rotation. When the Braves signed him in 2007, this is what appeared in the Athens Banner-Herald: Baseball America ranks right-hander … Continue reading “Julio Teheran’s First Start”