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Braves' Banuelos has bone spur removed; expected back for spring

ATLANTA -- The Braves received positive news regarding rookie left-hander Manny Banuelos, who is expected to be ready for spring training after having a bone spur removed from his elbow. "Great," manager Fredi Gonzalez said Thursday. "No problem (now) ... I didn't get an exact time table but I think he'll be ready for spring training." Scratched from his Sept. 12 start with soreness...
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September 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Braves place rookie Banuelos on DL with elbow inflammation

The emergence of Manny Banuelos will not come without a health hiccup. The Atlanta Braves' rookie starter was placed on the 15-day disabled list for what the team is classifying as left elbow inflammation. His DL stint is retroactive to July 25, his last start, but it's not the type of news the team wanted to receive at this point in the season for one of its top offseason acquisitions...
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July 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Braves lefty Manny Banuelos to make major-league debut Thursday

Atlanta Braves lefthander Manny Banuelos is officially slated to make his major-league debut on Thursday, the Braves announced Wednesday, and he's going to find out what The Show is all about. For his first major-league start, Banuelos will have to bring his best stuff, as he'll face a Washington Nationals team that can not only hit but has been shutting down its opponents lately...
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July 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Banuelos is looking like the one that got away

Last winter, after Brian Cashman traded him, a few of the Yankee "prospect" blogs conveniently downsized their assessments of Manny Banuelos. He went from being a big-hope-for-a-comeback to a never-gonna-make-it. Excitement was building over the Yankees big acquisition: David Carpenter!The fact that longtime Yankee executive Gordon Blakely had jumped to Atlanta - where he orchestrated...

Manny Banuelos for Carpenter and Shreve?

First, I can understand why Cashman made that trade: The Yankees had better pitching prospects to protect than Banuelos. And, of course, River Ave quickly embraced the deal - almost too much, if I remember correctly.But it's looking like a bummer.Manny Banuelos is throwing a 2.65 ERA at Triple A for the Braves, and he's picking up steam. (He started the season terribly.) Carpenter...

Banuelos Stellar in Gwinnett Braves’ Shutout Win

LAWRENCEVILLE, GA – Manny Banuelos delivered his finest outing since his return from 2012 “Tommy John” surgery, leading the Gwinnett Braves (10-13) to a 5-0 win over the Toledo Mud Hens (10-12) Saturday night. Banuelos and three relievers combined on a three-hit shutout in front of a season-high 8,415 fans at Coolray Field. Banuelos (W, 2-0) tied his longest outing post-surgery...
Via i70baseball
May 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Banuelos Fans 7 in Gwinnett Braves’ 5-3 Loss to Charlotte

LAWRENCEVILLE, GA – Gwinnett Braves’ left-handed starter Manny Banuelos produced one of his most dominant outings in nearly three years Wednesday, but it was not enough to spare the G-Braves (3-4) a 5-3 loss to the Charlotte Knights (4-3) at Coolray Field. Banuelos struck out seven batters in 5.0 innings with one run allowed on four hits and two walks in the opener of the two...
Via i70baseball
April 15, 2015  |  Discuss

On second thought: River Ave does a 180 flip-flop on Manny Banuelos

I hate nitpicking on Michael Axisa, mostly because he's great. Seriously. I've been reading the guy for years. More often than not, he hits the mark. But lately, my spider sense is tingling, as Axisa and River Ave continually offer detailed analyses that support the latest Yankee move. They are starting to look like less a blog than a YES-owned subsidiary, which - well - they are...
January 05, 2015  |  Discuss

And Then There Was One: Yankees Trade Banuelos To Braves

The "Killer B's," comprised of Manny Banuelos, Dellin Betances and Andrew Brackman, were once the future of starting pitching for the New York Yankees. Of the three, Banuelos seemed to have the most potential. I, myself, could have bet that, though he was younger than the other two, Manny Banuelos would be the first to have success on a Major League mound.Well, we all know how...
Via Lady At The Bat
January 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Yankees’ Manny Banuelos to compete for rotation spot in spring training

Manny Banuelos been quite excitement and frustration since signing with the New York Yankees for in 2008. The deal was worth $450,000. After six up and down seasons in professional baseball, the 23-year-old left-hander will finally get the chance to show exactly why the club signed him way back when.Banuelos, who missed the entire 2013 season after undergoing Tommy John surgey...
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November 15, 2014  |  Discuss

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