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Darren O’Day announces his retirement

The longtime relief pitcher, and two-time Atlanta Brave, announced his retirement today after parts of 15 seasons in MLB.

Looking ahead to former Atlanta Braves likely to appear on upcoming Hall of Fame ballots

Future Hall of Fame elections cycles include some notable ex-Braves although the likelihood of their enshrinement isn’t promising.

Braves Hall of Fame profile: Bronson Arroyo

Although he didn’t pitch for Atlanta due to injury - and only spent six weeks in the organization - he was a key part of the Braves mid-2010’s rebuild.

Hall of Fame profile: R.A. Dickey

The 2012 National League Cy Young Award winner pitched the final season of his 15-year career with Atlanta in 2017.

2022: Braves in memoriam

A remembrance of former Braves who passed in 2022.

Braves Season in Review: William Contreras

William Contreras gained a new moniker and an All-Star selection while having a breakout season in 2022.

Braves season in review: Manny Piña

Manny Piña’s pre-lock-out signing, and early-season injury, impacted the future of two of Atlanta’s top prospects.

Being thankful for the Braves and life in 2022

The Braves had an exciting season that unfortunately ended too soon. A lot went on outside of baseball that wasn’t the best but there is still a lot to be thankful for with the Braves and life itself.

Braves season in review: Luke Jackson

It was a lost season for the Braves’ friendly neighborhood sliderman, as UCL surgery ended right-handed reliever Luke Jackson’s season before it began.

2022 Braves player review: Jesse Chavez

Jesse Chavez followed-up a strong 2021 season with an far-ranging campaign that saw him traded twice and claimed on waivers once culminating in two separate stints with Atlanta while playing with three organizations during the 2022 season.