Atlanta Braves Injuries
Ronald Acuña Jr. will have his knee further evaluated, but is still expected to be ready for the start of the regular season.
Braves’ fourth-round draft pick in 2022 got some rough news this winter.
Huascar Ynoa missed all of the 2023 season after Tommy John surgery but is expected to be ready for the start of Spring Training.
Kyle Wright is expected to miss all of the 2024 season after undergoing surgery on his right shoulder.
It wasn’t the start that Max Fried was looking for, but he came through Game 2 fine physically.
Kyle Wright’s season is over.
Winans will start the first game of Sunday’s doubleheader
Fried continues to deal with a blister on his index finger.
Brian Snitker spoke Tuesday on the recent developments in the Braves’ bullpen
The team also announced that a trio of relievers will begin rehab assignments Tuesday at Gwinnett.
Fried won’t start against the Phillies.
Another hurdle for Michael Soroka.
Doesn’t appear to be serious.
Acuña took a fastball to the elbow in the sixth inning.
One of Atlanta’s top bullpen weapons seems to be close to returning.
Hand could make his Braves debut as soon as Wednesday.
News and notes from pregame Monday before the Braves take on the Angels.
Atlanta is closing in on getting a couple of key pieces back.
Guess we know why Hilliard was removed last night
Allard allowed seven hits and four runs.
Rosario exited after the fifth inning.
Dereck Rodriguez was recalled to take Minter’s spot on the active roster.
Good news on the injury front as Max Fried is headed out on a rehab assignment.
Brian Snitker said that they will see how he feels Wednesday.
Max Fried continues to progress in his return from a forearm strain.
Fried’s ETA is expected to be after the All Star Game.