Tags » Kurt Suzuki

Braves Beat Marlins, 8-5, End Season At 72-90

By TIM REYNOLDS, AP Sports Writer

MIAMI (AP) — Giancarlo Stanton hoisted his bat to the crowd after his final swing of the season, then came out for a curtain call before disappearing into a sea of dugout embraces with teammates. 720 more words

Sports

Mets Set Team HR Record In Split With Braves

By CHARLES O’BRIEN, Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — Mets starter Seth Lugo certainly likes pitching against the Braves.

The 27-year-old right-hander turned in the best performance of his career, pitching two-hit ball over six innings to improve to 3-0 against Atlanta as New York beat the Braves 3-2 to split a doubleheader Monday night. 508 more words

Sports

Suzuki signs deal to stay with Atlanta Braves

ATLANTA (AP) Catcher Kurt Suzuki and the Atlanta Braves agreed to a $3.5 million, one-year contract for 2018.

The 33-year-old has a career-high 18 homers, and the Braves value his work with young starting pitchers. 140 more words

Sports

Suzuki Homers Twice as Braves Beat Phillies 7-2

By GEORGE HENRY, Associated Press

ATLANTA (AP) — Kurt Suzuki wishes his newfound home run swing had more significance.

“It would’ve been cool if this was a playoff push,” he said. 627 more words

Sports

Suzuki, Braves Rally With 2 Runs In 9th, Beat Marlins 6-5

By CHARLES ODUM, AP Sports Writer

ATLANTA (AP) — The Miami Marlins are running out of time to save their fading playoff hopes.

They could use some of the comeback mojo that has been a highlight of the Atlanta Braves’ mostly disappointing season. 648 more words

Sports

Who Owned Baseball August 19, 2017 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2017 #WOB Standings

Jose Berrios threw 7 shutout innings, allowing 2 how while striking out 7 Diamondbacks as the Twins cruised to a 5-0 final.

Rougned Odor reached base 3 times including a pair of homers, driving in 5 as the Rangers took a win 17-7 game from the White Sox. 1,257 more words

The Rest: Everything Baseball

Time for the Braves to cash in on Kurt Suzuki

When the Braves signed Kurt Suzuki in January, they knew they were landing an experienced catcher at a cheap price ($1.5M for the 2017 season). The game plan was for Suzuki to provide insurance in case of a Tyler Flowers injury, as well as catch R.A. 253 more words