Braves Make Poor House Guests, Thrash Mets 15-2

It’s tough to say that the Atlanta Braves’ offense needed a “get right game,” considering the team had scored five runs or more in five its last eight games.

Yet, that’s exactly what Friday’s 15-2 series-opening win felt like for … Finish Reading

Braves MLB Free Agent Signings Under Alex Anthopoulos

Courtesy of @SlmSolo via Twiter

When Alex Anthopoulos took over as GM for the Braves on November 13, 2017, he treaded very lightly in terms of signings and trades due to the logistical mess left by John Coppolella. In fact, … Finish Reading

The Braves Rebuild: Outgoing vs. Incoming Value, Part 5: 2016-17 Offseason Trades

We’ve made it through the Hector Olivera trade and the Andrelton Simmons trade and yet, somehow the Braves are still in the positive in terms of production value. In today’s piece, “The Braves Rebuild, 2016-17 Offseason Trades”, the deals aren’t … Finish Reading

Rob’s 2020 Atlanta Braves Bullpen Wildcard – Luke Jackson

A lot of talk is centered around Will Smith, Chris Martin, Mark Melancon, and Shane Greene — the key acquisitions of last trading … 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 from Game 2

Game 2 of the Atlanta Braves spring training season was a matchup between the Braves and the Tigers. Bryse Wilson got the start with Ronald Acuña Jr., Ozzie Albies, and Freddie Freeman starting for a 2nd straight day.

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A Reflection on Last Night’s Game

Hey Braves Journal friends. We have been hard at work loading up some good writers for the offseason and beyond. It’s our focus to stay true to the Braves Journal model by focusing more on building quality writing while maintaining … Finish Reading