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Freddie Freeman's bases-loaded, line-drive single off closer Sergio Romo capped a two-run rally in the ninth that lifted the Atlanta Braves to a 6-5 win over the San Francisco Giants on Saturday.
B.J. Upton hit two homers off Chad Gaudin, but the Braves trailed 5-4 entering the ninth.
Romo (3-3) walked pinch-hitter Evan Gattis, who was replaced by pinch-runner Reed Johnson, with one out. Andrelton Simmons followed with a grounder that skipped past third baseman Joaquin Arias for an error, putting runners on first and second.
Jason Heyward followed with a liner that fell in front of left fielder Andres Torres, loading the bases.
Justin Upton took a close 3-2 pitch for a ball to force in the tying run. The pitch, which had Upton backing away, was close to the inside part of the plate and Romo walked toward the plate to express his disagreement.
Freeman then came through with the game-winning single to right field.
Braves closer Craig Kimbrel (2-1) struck out Hunter Pence to ...
BEST OF MAXIM
Sunday’s game against the San Francisco Giants marks the third game in a row and fifth in the last six that power hitting Braves catcher/left fielder/first baseman Evan Gattis did not start. During the Braves four game losing streak that ended Saturday night, Gattis started only one game. Gattis didn’t start Saturday night’s game against the Giants, but came in and was instrumental...
ATLANTA -- The Braves' plan for Brandon Beachy's return has hit a snag.
Citing tenderness in Beachy's elbow after Thursday's start for Triple-A Gwinnett, general manager Frank Wren announced the right-hander will not start in Tuesday's doubleheader against the Mets.
It was slated to be Beachy's first start since undergoing Tommy John surgery on June 21, 2012...
Atlanta Braves starter Julio Teheran was solid Sunday night against the San Francisco Giants, giving up no runs on six hits in six innings in the Braves 3-0 win. The rookie right-hander struck out eight, while walking only one, as he ran his record on the season to 5-3. Teheran was able to pitch out of jams in his last three innings and went on to allow less than two runs for the...
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A MRI taken on Saturday revealed no structural damage to the elbow of Atlanta Braves pitcher Brandon Beachy.
Beachy, 26, has been working his way back from Tommy John surgery but came down with a case of inflammation after his final minor league rehab outing on Thursday.
In his final rehab outing Beachy lasted only three innings allowing three runs on three hits...
Angel Pagan has been battling a hamstring strain for weeks now. He was finally placed on the disabled list only recently after the San Fraincisco Giants continued to hope the issue would work itself out. Now, as Pagan is recovering he has been given the option of surgery to repair the hamstring. He declined that option and instead elected for a more conservative procedure...
Despite a gritty performance by Tim Lincecum, the Atlanta Braves capitalized on every Giants mistake, and San Francisco fell to the Braves 3-0.
The Braves drew first blood against Lincecum. After Andrelton Simmons walked to lead off the game and stole second, Freddie Freeman brought him home with a two-out RBI single to give Atlanta an early 1-0 lead. Lincecum also walked the lead...
by Nathan Mendelowitz
Injuries are a part of any season when it comes to baseball. A long, arduous season is full of muscle pulls, oblique strains and the all too common groin strain – it’s just what happens during the five plus month season of baseball.
Unfortunately for the San Francisco Giants, many key players are coming down with injuries all at the same time.
After a disappointing loss in Atlanta last night behind Sergio Romo’s ninth-inning meltdown, the Giants still have a chance to break even on their current eight-game road trip. They’ll have to do it against one of the hottest young pitchers in baseball, Braves’ right-hander Julio Teheran.
Getting of to a rough start in his first full major-league season by giving up 4+ runs...
ATLANTA -- When Madison Bumgarner stares down Braves hitters from 60 feet, six inches away, location has meant everything and nothing this season: everything in terms of pitch location; nothing in terms of venue. The 23-year-old rising star toyed with Atlanta's hitters for the second consecutive time Friday, painting corners, throwing strikes and delivering an arsenal of deceptive...
FOX Sports NEXT national baseball analyst Kiley McDaniel joins Lindsey Thiry to discuss three picks the Atlanta Braves made in the 2013 MLB draft.
That’s right, tomorrow (Tuesday the 18th) is the California-Carolina League All-Star Game. Yep, I’m going. And you can, too.
I’ve gone to a few of these minor league All-Star Games. The California and Carolina League take turns hosting, and I’ve attended the last two times they were on the west coast, in Stockton and Modesto. I also attended the last minor league...
Jon Paul Morosi of FoxSports.com says San Francisco Giants GM Brian Sabean will have a difficult trade deadline and offseason ahead of him. Morosi points out that the Giants farm system has a few high-end prospects to trade, so Sabean can’t part with them for two-month rentals unless he’s confident he can re-sign those acquisitions this winter.
Right-handers Matt Garza and Scott...
Madison Bumgarner allowed two hits in seven innings and combined with Sandy Rosario for a three-hit shutout in the San Francisco Giants' 6-0 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Friday night.
Bumgarner (6-4) was dominant in earning his second straight win. The left-hander did not allow a baserunner for 4 2-3 innings before losing his bid for a perfect game in the fifth and shot...
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The Atlanta Braves won from behind again on Saturday with a walk-off single by Freddie Freeman.
Freeman pushed across the winning run in a 6-5 victory over the San Francisco Giants. The win is the Braves 20th come from behind win of the season.
B.J. Upton hit two home runs in the game and Craig Kimbrel was credited with the victory.
The win comes one day after...
While the Braves’ farm system doesn’t rank highly among evaluators, there are certain patches of talent scattered throughout the organization. One cluster resides in Rome. 2012 first-round pick Lucas Sims, Jose Peraza, Carlos Franco, and a few other interesting prospects make up a team that is currently 36-29. They headed to Lexington for a three-game series, so I headed to Lexington...