2021 Atlanta Braves Season Preview
Francisco Lindor is one of a handful of new faces who are looking to help put the Mets back on top of the NL East.
Freddie Freeman has the chance to move up the Braves’ franchise leaderboards in 2021
Baseball will have a different look again in 2021.
The Braves still have some really interesting position player prospects in the minor leagues. More likely than not, we will see at least some of them in the majors this season.
The future is now for the Atlanta star prospect.
Ozuna was one of the game’s better hitters last summer. What does he have in store for year two in Atlanta?
Ender Inciarte is no longer going to be the starting center fielder for the Braves. Does this also mean that he’ll be putting on a different uniform before this season is over?
Marcell Ozuna and Ronald Acuña Jr. are back but who will join them in Atlanta’s outfield?
The improvement of the Braves shortstop has continued to impress as he enters his prime.
The starters are in place but question marks remain for the bench.
After a COVID scare to start the season for Atlanta’s catching tandem of d’Arnaud & Flowers, Contreras filled in admirably .400/.400/.500 in 4 games
The 2020 Silver Slugger recipient will look to have another big season as free agency looms
The Braves appear to be looking at internal options to back up Travis d’Arnaud
There is going to be a fun competition for bullpen spots during the Braves’ spring training camp.
The 35-year-old reliever has been one of Atlanta’s most consistently reliable relievers since arriving in Cobb County. We should expect more of the same this year.
The 2020 season wasn’t exactly what Will Smith and the Braves were hoping for out of him. They need him to get back on track in 2021.
Atlanta’s bullpen will need several internal options to step up after some high profile departures
The Braves have built their system around pitching in recent years, and there’s more to come to the big league club in the next few seasons
The Braves rotation, after being decimated by injuries in 2020, got some reinforcements this offseason. How much of a load now rests on Ian Anderson’s shoulders?