Old friend alert!
The Atlanta Braves weren’t destined for much this season, but Freddie Freeman emerged better than ever. Now we’ll have to wait and see if that comes back.
On this day in 1977, former Atlanta Braves owner Ted Turner took a trip to the dugout to manage the team. For the longest time, his presence was all around.
Good luck getting a baseball past Eric Thames right now. He’s homered in five straight and leads the league with 7. Plus, how about that Dansby Swanson?
Time for another mailbag! Is this the year Chapman fades? Was Villar right to refuse an extension? What should we expect from Dansby Swanson? That and more!
Following a 68-win season in 2016, the rebuilding Braves added plenty of veteran help to a young, promising roster. Will it immediately pay dividends?
It’s too soon; it always is. Over the weekend, the Dominican Republic and the game of baseball lost two of their own: Andy Marté and Yordano Ventura.
Monday night into Tuesday morning got a little interesting around MLB. The biggest surprises? MIL non-tendering the NL HR leader, and Eric Thames returning.
Justin Verlander doesn’t win an award, Mike Trout does, and we start freaking out over contracts for relievers for some reason. It’s the MLB offseason!
Let’s talk about the shortstop options of this free agent market. They’re not good. Not good at all. So without further ado, we present Erick Aybar.
Adding R.A. Dickey and Bartolo Colón doesn’t scream “win now”, but in both, Atlanta made a responsible financial decision while keeping their on the future.
Jhoulys Chacín had a very serviceable second half, and coming off his age-28 season figures to have plenty left to offer as teams ready for free agency.
Mike Piazza’s post-9/11 home run in baseball’s return following the tragic event gave numerous New Yorkers a sense of healing. That’s what it’s all about.
As we’ve mentioned before, beauty can be found in the rebuild—you just need to know where to look, and forget about the narrative.
Does Tim Tebow have a future in MLB? Maybe, maybe not. His workout went better than expected, and he’s already drawn interest. What path should he take?
Today isn’t as loaded as our last couple days, but we’ve got Hamels, Cueto, Cole, Julio Teheran, and Tanner Roark all on the mound tonight. Don’t miss ’em!
Héctor Olivera was just another big-money signing for the Dodgers back in 2015. He was pretty bad on the field, but far worse off it.
As the trade deadline looms, we present the best of a limited slate this Saturday: Jake Arrieta, Julio Teheran, and the ever-improving Jameson Taillon.