Atlanta Braves Player Analysis
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Bryce Elder is Atlanta’s likely Game 3 starter with Charlie Morton sidelined.
Are the Braves going to have to make a tough call on Bryce Elder’s postseason contributions?
The Braves didn't literally go wire-to-wire but other than that, their march to the 2023 NL East title was one of pure excellence
It is a sixth NL East title in a row for the Atlanta Braves. That’s a celebration worth celebrating.
Matt Olson has made some serious adjustments this year, and the results have been fantastic. Let’s break it down.
This week’s mailbag is full of postseason roster questions.
Olson’s 47th home run Thursday night tied him with Hank Aaron and Eddie Mathews for the second most in franchise history.
These are the surprise candidates could follow in the footsteps of other unlikely Braves who made their way onto a postseason roster since 1991.
Fully healthy for the first time since 2021, Ronald Acuña Jr. had a ton of expectations going into this season. He's somehow managed to exceed all of them and make history along the way.
Brian Snitker discussed the return of Michael Soroka, who will make his first start in over a month at the major league level.
As the 2023 regular season winds down, it is a good time to look ahead to 2024 and prognosticate on who might or might return for Opening Day next season.
Injuries ravaged Atlanta’s pitching staff in 2023, but with the amount of talent in the organization there are plenty of questions about which players are most likely to appear on the Opening Day roster next year.
After July was good-but-not-great, the Braves went back to dominating in August
It is safe to say McHugh is struggling this year. Even so much as to some wondering if he will make the playoff roster. What is going on this year?
This week’s mailbag is full of questions about the rotation and some of the bullpen decisions that the Braves are going to have to make.
With multiple guys nearing return from injury, and multiple roster spots needed, the Braves have some tough decisions to make.
Will the 2023 NL All Star continue to block Vaughn Grissom?
Johnson has had success so far as a Brave. Let’s dissect why.
As he flirts with the possibility of a 40/75 season, Ronald Acuña, Jr. has brought back memories of two long-time Atlanta nemeses: Eric Davis and Hanley Ramirez.
The Braves have been spinning their wheels since the All-Star break and you don’t have to look far to find the main reason why they’ve been stuck in neutral as of late.
In their first season as starting shortstops for their current teams, Orlando Arcia and Dansby Swanson are having remarkably similar and successful seasons.
The Atlanta Braves as a franchise have had some fantastic offenses dating back to their days in Boston. This might be the best in that long, long line.
The Braves played like a strong but obviously imperfect team in July, which probably makes sense
Ozuna has been in a massive slump of late. What seems to be the reason?
Loyalty can be fickle when your favorite team competes against a former teammate who just so happens to be your favorite player.