Two 100-Game Winners in the NL West

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The National League West will likely have two 100-game winners in the division this season. The Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants are both on pace to have over 100 wins apiece. This is a feat that has taken place only four times since 1969. Before 1969, there were no divisions. The best team […] READ MORE


Braves by Decade: 1980s

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The 1980s were an interesting time, to say the least. In world politics, The Cold War was becoming rather lukewarm. The United States had entered the final stretch of its silent fight with the Soviet Union. In pop culture: guitar solos, humongous hair, and multicolored latex lit up the Sunset Strip. Bands like Van Halen, […] READ MORE


Braves by Decade: 1970s Braves

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The 1970s. An era of flashiness, yet also an era of subtlety. In politics and world history, the Cold War raged forward. The United States did battle with the Soviet Union in a number of rather unconventional ways. In society, the disco world was in full force. Shiny objects were the name of the game. […] READ MORE


Braves by Decade: 1960s Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves

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The 1960s was a time of revolutionary thinking. For better or worse, people the world over were changing their views. In 1963, a man named Martin Luther King, Jr. gave a legendary speech that sparked massive racial change. In the latter part of the decade came a radical movement for peace in Vietnam. The revolution […] READ MORE


Marlins Sign Ross Detwiler and Sandy Leon

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Miami Marlins Agree to Terms with Ross Detwiler and Sandy Leon  The Miami Marlins have been making subtle moves so far this offseason. The team’s latest moves came this past weekend when they agreed to terms with left-hander Ross Detwiler and catcher Sandy Leon. Both  additions do not alter the competitive landscape of the National League East to […] READ MORE


Top Five Moments in Atlanta Braves History: Part Two

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The history of the Atlanta Braves is rife with moments. Some, such as last year’s NLCS, fans don’t particularly enjoy but can accept and move on. Others, such as the infamous 2012 NL Wild Card Game, fans want to forget. Then, there are those discussed in the first part of this list. Those moments brought […] READ MORE


Freddie Freeman Continues His “Buzz” Around Baseball

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There has always been a buzz about Freddie Freeman. Whether it was his first tweet — “I’m baaaaaaaack!!!” on Jan. 22, 2013, or earning his National League MVP— something is a buzz about the Atlanta Braves first baseman. Growing up through the Braves farm system, Freeman has been a constant professional, and now the entire […] READ MORE


Potential Fits for Shane Greene

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Shane Greene Free Agency Potential Destinations Relief pitcher Shane Greene is officially a free agent. Greene is coming off his first full season with the Atlanta Braves and just turned 32 last month. Over a sample of 28 appearances this year, Greene posted a 2.60 ERA with a 3.81 Fielding Independent Percentage (FIP) and 21 […] READ MORE


Freddie Freeman vs. Braves First Basemen: A Comparison

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Since making his Major League debut in 2010, Freddie Freeman has become a superstar. The Atlanta Braves first baseman has made four All-Star appearances. Aside from that, he’s won a Gold Glove, a Silver Slugger, and is the reigning NL MVP. The 31-year-old has racked up a career slash line of .295/.383/.509, with 240 homers, […] READ MORE


Potential destinations for Justin Turner

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Third baseman and reigning World Series champion Justin Turner will hit the free-agent market this offseason. The 36-year-old is coming off a strong season with the Los Angeles Dodgers, posting a .307/.400/.460 slash line with 1.3 WAR. He solidified the Dodgers lineup in the three-hole throughout the regular season and playoffs. Despite some infrequent injury […] READ MORE