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In 2012, Chipper Jones received an assortment of strange gifts from each opponent he played on his last trip around the league. In 2031, he will finally figure out what to do with them.
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Four Braves were nominated for the Rawlings Gold Glove award this year - Freddie Freeman and our entire outfield. All the good Braves fans wanted Prado to win because we see his efforts every day and think he deserves all the awards in existence. And if you watched every game, you can't deny how many plays Freddie saved, whether or not he was officially statistically credited...
Brian McCann, who grew up in the Atlanta suburb of Duluth, Ga., was always expected to replace Chipper Jones as the face of the Braves franchise. But Jones has retired, and it is no longer a given that McCann will be around long term himself. Although the Braves picked up McCann's $12 million option for 2013 rather than buy the catcher out for $500,000, no one really knows...
I escaped Newark this weekend to get some electricity, and I’ve been working backwards through what was apparently a very busy week in baseball. I came across this small headline:
“Braves claim Jordan Schafer from Astros”
Now that seems like a small move, which it is. But that name should sound familiar to you.
Jordan Schafer was traded from the Braves to the Astros! He was...
Jordan Schafer will be insurance in center and left field in 2013
The Atlanta Braves have re-acquired former outfielder, Jordan Schafer, via waivers from the Houston Astros. Schafer was originally drafted by the Braves in the third round of the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft.
Schafer was traded to the Astros for center fielder Michael Bourn, July 30, 2011, in a package that...
The Atlanta Braves are intrigued in free agent outfielder
Josh Hamilton, and they’ve been discussing if they’re a fit for the slugger,
reports Danny Knobler of CBSSports.com.
Is Josh Hamilton a fit for
If you're asking, you're not
alone. The Braves have been asking themselves the same question, according to
Alright, the hotstove is starting and it's just as expected.
According to CBS Sports' Danny Knobler, the Atlanta Braves are "intrigued" by Texas Rangers' Josh Hamilton. Hamilton is suspected to go into free agency this offseason and the first fish seems to be biting. With Chipper Jones' retirement and Michael Bourn most likely to sign with another team...
Pascual Perez was known as I-285 Perez after getting lost on his way to Fulton County Stadium for a scheduled start
Former Atlanta Braves starting pitcher Pascual Perez was found murdered in his Dominican Republic home Wednesday night after a robbery attempt.
The 55-year old Perez, who was known in his Atlanta days as I-285 Perez after missing a start his first year in Atlanta due...
The Braves re-acquired outfielder Jordan Schafer on Thursday by claiming him off waivers from the Houston Astros.
Schafer, who hit 211 with 27 stolen bases in 106 games for the Astros last season, spent 6 1/2 years in the Braves' organization before getting dealt to Houston in July 2011.
He was part of the trade that brought center fielder and leadoff hitter Michael Bourn to...
I wake up this morning and for the second year in a row this demon creature is in my house. He looks ready. lockerz.com/s/257791712
— Kris Medlen (@KrisMedlen54) October 31, 2012
I love that this is becoming a thing. Allow me to paraphrase..."OK, he won Halloween last year. If he wins today, it's called two in a row. And if he wins again next year, it's called...
Seriously. NO PLAYERS DESERVE THIS AS MUCH AS MARTIN PRADO. I know fans only get 5% of the vote, but please vote your bottoms off!!
The major league baseball player known more for missing a start due to getting lost driving to the ballpark than anything he ever did was found dead in his Dominican Republic home.
Pascual Perez pitched for the Pittsburgh Pirates and Atlanta Braves among other teams in his 11-year Major League Baseball career and won 67 games.
But to many, he was known mostly...
If Michael Bourn was two years younger he would most likely be an Atlanta Brave the next five years
The Atlanta Braves made center fielder Michael Bourn a qualifying offer prior to Friday’s deadline. Should the Braves not re-sign Bourn, they will receive a pick in next year’s draft.
Based on the new collective bargaining agreement, Bourn had to be offered a contract that averaged...