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Braves News: Tyler Tolve to minor league camp, loss to Astros and more

Atlanta Braves news and notes from Friday

MLB: Spring Training-Tampa Bay Rays at Atlanta Braves Dave Nelson-USA TODAY Sports

The Atlanta Braves announced on Friday that they have reassigned catcher Tyler Tolve to minor league camp. There are now sixty players in camp.

Drafted by the Braves in 2021, Tolve spent last season with the Rome Braves and appeared in 75 games. Through three at-bats this Spring Training, the 22-year-old has tallied one hit and one RBI. He withholds an OBP of .600.

The Braves do have several others behind the dish in Sean Murphy, Travis d’Arnaud, Chadwick Tromp, and more.

More Braves News:

The Houston Astros overcame quite the deficit and defeated the Braves 11-8 on Friday.

After Dansby Swanson’s departure, the Braves’ organizational depth at shortstop is in question.

Grant McAuley and Cory McCartney make their bold predictions for the 2023 Braves in Battery Power TV.

Episode 31 of Podcast to be Named Later discusses the latest position battles, injury updates, and more.

Kolby Allard and Dylan Dodd are among several Spring Training standouts thus far.

MLB News:

Our team-by-team season preview series continues with the 2023 Kansas City Royals.

Minnesota Twins utility player Nick Gordon was diagnosed with a high ankle sprain after a play in Friday’s game. He will be out through at least Monday until further evaluation.

Philadelphia Phillies top prospect Andrew Painter will undergo testing on his elbow after feeling tenderness. More information is expected this weekend.

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