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The Atlanta Braves right-hander Luis Ayala has been placed on the 15-day disabled list because of an anxiety disorder.
Tuesday's move was retroactive to April 25. Right-hander David Carpenter was recalled from Triple-A Gwinnett in time for Tuesday night's game against the Washington Nationals.
Atlanta acquired the 35-year-old Ayala from the Baltimore Orioles on April 10 for minor league left-hander Chris Jones. Ayala was 0-1 with a 3.86 ERA in five games with the Braves, all in relief.
Carpenter did not appear in a game during a brief earlier stay in Atlanta before he was sent back to Gwinnett on April 22.
BEST OF MAXIM
The latest news on Braves reliever Jonny Venters is not encouraging. Venters met with Dr. James Andrews on Monday.
Andrews performed ligament-replacement surgery on Venters’ left elbow in 2005.
The best case scenario for Venters is a disabled list stint of a month notes Jon Heyman. The clear concern is that Venters will need to undergo Tommy John surgery.
Venters has been one of...
PEARL, Miss. Joe Terdoslavich hopes he doesnt have to come back to Trustmark Park.
"Unless we do this again in the future sometime, he said.
It's not because Terdoslavich doesnt enjoy the Double-A Braves' park. He's just one of several promising minor leaguers ready to make Turner Field a permanent home. Terdoslavich was one of 23 Braves prospects taking on the...
The Atlanta Braves have placed left-hander Jonny Venters on the 15-day with a sprained elbow and purchased the contract of catcher Evan Gattis as they set their opening day roster.
Gattis will share time with Gerald Laird as the Braves await the return of catcher Brian McCann, who is recovering from shoulder surgery. McCann is expected to return by the end of April. Gattis hit six...
A splashy offseason has made this one of the most highly anticipated Braves seasons in recent memory. With Opening Day just hours away, here are the five biggest questions facing the team.
1. Could this be the most prolific offense in franchise history?
The 2003 Braves are the measuring stick for potency, holding 12 team records including most home runs (235), runs (907), hits...
As we’ve shown you guys over the last few months, Chipper Jones is really enjoying retirement. Larry is at tonigh…
ATLANTA They ran out onto Turner Field amid fireworks and confetti and the sounds of a marching band that stood in center field raining down, while the sellout crowd of 51,456 chanted and Tomahawk Chopped.
It was the pomp and circumstance of Opening Day that greeted the Braves, punctuated by appearances by greats Dale Murphy and Phil Niekro, while Chipper Jones, in his first year...
Dan Uggla and Evan Gattis each hit a three-run homer, Mike Minor threw four scoreless innings and the Atlanta Braves beat a team comprised of the organization's Future Stars 10-0 on Saturday in an exhibition game at Trustmark Park.
Chris Johnson had a solo shot for the Braves, who played their final game before Monday's home opener against Philadelphia. Andrelton Simmons...
Born: December 5, 1988
Height: 6′ 2″
Drafted: 19th round, 596th overall, 2011 (Braves)
How Acquired: Trade for cash considerations (from Braves)
College: North Georgia College and State University
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The Braves drafted Snitker as a junior out of college, where...
Freddie Freeman drove in three runs with three hits, including the first of three Atlanta home runs Monday night, and the Braves beat Cole Hamels and the Philadelphia Phillies 7-5 on opening day.
Dan Uggla and Justin Upton, making his Braves debut, also homered for Atlanta, which led National League teams with 49 in spring training.
Hamels (0-1) struggled in his first opening day...
Justin Upton and the Braves could be the team to beat in the National League. It's time for another season of Major League Baseball. For the Phillies' fan who bring you coverage of every game, it's been a long offseason. But we're ready just like you for some great memories....
Philadelphia Phillies vs. Atlanta Braves
Cole Hamels vs. Tim Hudson
Time: 7 PM, Turner Field
TV: PHL 17, ESPN
Weather: Clear, 62
Media: Twitter and Facebook
Baseball is back. Be excited.
The 2013 season kicks off against the division rival Atlanta Braves, a team the Phillies will certainly be jockeying with for position in the playoff race. But for tonight, it’s just game one...