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At the end of May, the Braves were trying to get back on track. At 28-24 and on a two-game winning streak, things looked fine in an immediate sense. However, the club was in fourth place, was just coming off an eight-game losing streak, and Tyler Pastornicky looked like the worst player in the ma...
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Video: FS South Girls Get To Know Braves Pitcher Peter Moylan
The tattoo question was mine, of course. :)
The Atlanta Braves, looking to add an outfield bat, have interest in signing free-agent outfielder Cody Ross, according to a major-league source.
With Torii Hunter likely choosing between the Rangers and Tigers, the Braves are pursuing another of the top right-handed bats on the market. Ross posted an .807 OPS with 22 home runs in 130 games with the Boston Red Sox this year.
In the city of Atlanta, Chipper Jones doesn't have to do very much to impress anymore. He played his entire career in Atlanta, set records, won titles, and is one of the biggest fan-favorites in Braves' lore.
Jones retired this season, surely on his way to the Hall of Fame in five years, in part because his body couldn't take the wear and tear...
Earlier in May of this year Braves third baseman took a groundball from B.J. Upton off of the leg and was diagnosed with a “left leg contusion.” We can only assume that retirement is a little boring for Chipper so today he decided to Tweet out a picture of the “contusion,” and it is horrible.
Y’all remember that line drive from Bj Upton I took off the ankle this year...
Back in May, Chipper Jones spent a short time on the disabled list after he took a B.J. Upton one-hopper directly to the lower leg. The injury was described as a “left leg contusion,” which is a fancy phrase for a bruise. If you criticized Chipper at the time for missing games because of a bruise, you take it back. You take it back right now.
Jones tweeted the photo you see above...
Craig Kimbrel had an amazing, record-breaking season, so its just wrong hes not among the three finalists for the NL Cy Young that will be awarded today.
It will go to either Los Angeles Clayton Kershaw, Washingtons Gio Gonzalez or New Yorks R.A. Dickey, but Kimbrel deserved to be among the finalists, if not the winner.
I know, relievers never receive much consideration for baseballs...
Every time I read the Braves Inbox (used to be called "Mailbag" but I guess no one sends postal mail anymore), I always answer the questions in my head before reading Bowman's replies. This was a fun off-season project last year and I'll do my best to keep up this year.
Here's last week's inbox, and here's this week's...
What is the possibility...
The Atlanta Braves are interested in free agent outfielder
Cody Ross, reports Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports, who’s also being pursued by
several other teams, including the Baltimore Orioles and Boston Red Sox.
The Atlanta Braves, looking
to add an outfield bat, have interest in signing free-agent outfielder Cody
Ross, according to a major-league source.