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Braves News: Starting pitching market, Kolby Allard season in review, more

Atlanta Braves news and notes from Tuesday

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The hot stove is warming up as a few starting pitchers have been taken off the board, and options for the Atlanta Braves are beginning to be narrowed. The latest episode of the Daily Hammer Podcast delves into the current starting pitching market and scopes out the most reasonable options for the Braves.

Sonny Gray, Kyle Gibson, and Kenta Maeda were recently signed to deals, all of which could have been huge assets to the Braves’ starting rotation. Several starters still remain on the market, and even more names can be connected to the Braves as trade rumors continue to develop.

More Braves News:

Our 2023 season in review series continues with Kolby Allard and Tyler Collins.

Click here to submit your questions for the next Braves Mailbag.

MLB News:

Chicago Cubs outfielder Cody Bellinger and Chicago White Sox pitcher Liam Hendriks won MLB’s Comeback Player of the Year Award.

The Chicago White Sox have signed shortstop Paul DeJong to a one-year, $1.75M deal. The 30-year-old can earn another $250K in incentives. The club designated Adam Haseley for assignment to make room on the roster.

The Milwaukee Brewers are reportedly discussing a contract extension with outfield prospect Jackson Chourio. The 19-year-old is the sport’s number 2 overall prospect.

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