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Grading the BBWAA Ballots, #196-197

In one of the last few BBWAA posts, I came really close to calling myself a baseball “analyst”. In fact, I wrote the word and then chose wisely to delete it. 1,362 more words

Edgar Martinez

The 2018 Miller and Eric Hall Ballot Reveal

Happy New Year, everyone! For your first 2018 treat, we reveal our Hall of Fame ballots today. It will come as a surprise to few when you see what’s below. 1,899 more words

Barry Bonds

Ronald Acuna, OF, Atlanta (12/18/97)

Acuna is considered by many to be a top 3 prospect in the game, in large part to a monster 2017 campaign that saw him play at High A, AA, and AAA, and getting better at each level. 355 more words

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Andruw Jones inducted into the Braves Hall of Fame (August 19, 2016)

Andruw Jones played the first eight years from 1996 to 2007 with Atlanta and had some great power numbers. More than anything, I loved seeing him glide through Center Field and miraculously catch an impossible hit. 92 more words

Atlanta Braves (1966 - Present)

Forsythe has a triumphant return

For the first nine innings of last nights ballgame it looked like the Dodgers might have activated Logan Forsythe before he was ready.  Logan struck out four times in his first four at-bats out of the lead off spot, but when it really counted he struck for gold connecting on a double to drive in the winning run in the bottom of the 13th inning. 495 more words

Atlanta scores seven runs in seventh inning (April 4, 2003)

In one inning, the Atlanta Braves wiped out three games’ worth of frustration. The Braves scored seven runs in the seventh, highlighted by Andruw Jones’ three-run homer, and went on to beat the Florida Marlins 12-7 on April 4, 2003. 147 more words

Atlanta Braves (1966 - Present)

Atlanta Braves establish a franchise-record 14th straight victory (May 1, 2000)

The Braves establish a franchise-record 14th straight victory on May 1, 2000, with a 2-1 victory at Dodger Stadium.

Quilvio Veras’, playing second, third-inning homer proves to be the difference.  101 more words

Atlanta Braves (1966 - Present)