David Justice, Jason Heyward, Gary Sheffield, Brian Jordan, Nick Markakis, Jeff Francoeur, and Ronald Acuna, Jr., have all made a mark in right field with the Braves since 1990 - but who among these players was the best while with Atlanta? Or was it someone else?
Chipper Jones built upon a legacy of positional excellence for the Braves that stretches back eight decades and includes the likes of Bob Elliott and Eddie Matthews.
With the first half of the 2022 season behind the Atlanta Braves, which player’s performance has been the most surprising?
With more than 150 selections since the team moved to Atlanta, the Braves have been well represented at the All Star Game. Let’s look back at the players who were selected to the Mid-Summer Classic.
Andruw Jones was a stalwart in centerfield for the Braves for a decade, but he isn’t the only former Atlanta centerfielder to have his career overlooked by Hall of Fame voters.
The Braves have excelled at developing shortstops for more than three decades. Out of all the talented shortstops Atlanta has produced, who ranks as the best since 1990?
Ryan Klesko played the most games, Chipper Jones had two strong seasons and Ron Gant had the best single season; but who will lay claim to the best left fielder for the Braves since 1990?
In a two-man race between Javy Lopez and Brian McCann, who will ultimately win the title as the best Braves catcher since 1990?
How do Mark Lemke, Marcus Giles, Dan Uggla and Ozzie Albies stack-up with the rest of Atlanta’s starting second basemen since 1990?