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Braves News: Atlanta loses third straight game

Milwaukee jumped on the Braves after an early 2-0 lead was erased.

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Braves News

Atlanta can’t get offense going in loss to Brewers

It was a rough night at the plate for the Braves who got hits from exactly two players. Max Fried was forced to leave after the third inning thanks to a blister as well which is not good news for the Braves who simply cannot catch a break with starter injuries this season.

Let’s take a deeper dive on Nick Markakis’ great season

Nick Markakis just had one of the best first halves of a season in his career and he’s not only doing it at the plate, but in the field as well. Naturally there has to be more to this right? A change in mechanics or something? Maybe it’s just a case of final-year-of-contract-itis.

A closer look at Braves prospect Huascar Ynoa

The Braves farm system continues to be the talk of minor league baseball with new and exciting young talents breaking out all around on a daily basis. The newest to do so is pitching prospect Huascar Ynoa who was acquired in the trade that sent Jaime Garcia to Minnesota last season. Let’s take a deeper look at where his success is coming from.

MLB News

All-Star voting comes down to the wire

The Braves basically had two 2018 All-Star starters in the bag with Freddie Freeman and Nick Markakis already having their positions locked up. Second base in the NL was a position that came down to the wire yesterday and now we must wait to see if Atlanta will have two starters or three.

You have to see the bubble James Shields blew

We have all tried as a kid to blow a bubble as big as our head... right? Alright, maybe that’s just me, but if you did ever want to see the result of what a bubble that big might look like James Shields has got you covered.

The Nationals did a thing...

Ah, the 2018 Nationals. Once down 7-0 in yesterday’s game against the Marlins and seemingly in line for another loss Washington blew back past Miami to end up winning the game 14-12 in historic fashion.

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