Even though the Braves’ had a highly successful season in 2018, that did not mean that there were not needed changes on the coaching staff…at least in the eyes of the front office. While the Braves moving on from pitching coach Chuck Hernandez was a little bit surprising for some, with the Braves
The 2018 season can be viewed as the start of something big for the Atlanta Braves. After going 72-90 in 2017, the Braves flipped that record and went 90-72 in 2018, and won the NL East. Several young players, most notably Ronald Acuna Jr., broke out as key contributors as well. Atlanta is loaded with
The Braves hired Alex Anthopoulos one year ago today. Time flies when the team goes from 72-90 and in the midst of an international spending scandal to 90-72 and National League East champions. To be fair, Anthopoulos does not deserve all the credit for the Braves’ sudden turnaround. Ronald Acuña
The Platinum Glove Award recognizes the top defender in each league.
The Braves’ bullpen was quite maligned during the course of the 2018 season, but one of the success stories (at least in the first half) was in reliever Dan Winkler whose future with the team is one of the more interesting decisions the team must make. Winkler was taken with the 20th round of the
Atlanta Braves News In his weekly mailbag, Mark Bowman discusses the idea of the Braves moving Ender Inciarte this offseason and shifting Ronald Acuña Jr. to centerfield. MLB Pipeline’s Jim Callis lists each team’s best power prospect with Austin Riley topping the list for the Braves. Riley’