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Braves News: All-MLB inclusions, Hank Aaron Award, more

Atlanta Braves news and notes from Saturday

All-MLB Team Show presented by MGM Rewards Photo by Daniel Shirey/MLB Photos via Getty Images

Braves players received many more accolades for what was truly a historic season for the franchise and league by some players and the team as a whole. Ronald Acuna was named to both the first team All-MLB, and won the NL Hank Aaron award for best offensive player. He made a clear intentional effort at the ceremony to honor the franchise legend that the award is named after, which is a nice touch for the franchise legend-in-the-making. Austin Riley and Spencer Strider were also included in the first team All-MLB, while Matt Olson and Ozzie Albies landed on the second team. That the Braves had five inclusions, as well as the age and contract status of them is a testament to both how special their 2023 was and how incredible this core of players is to have for the next number of years.

Braves News

Five Braves players were named to the All-MLB teams.

Ronald Acuna Jr. won the Hank Aaron Award for best offensive player in the NL.

Demetrius reviewed Dylan Dodd’s rookie 2023 season.

Brady took a look at Jhancarlos Lara’s breakout 2023 season on the farm.

MLB News

The Mariners are taking full control of their local RSN.

The Giants and Yankees reportedly have interest in Shota Imanaga.

The Mariners are reportedly interested in Rhys Hoskins.

See the full All-MLB teams here.

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