Creator/Host of Braves Dugout podcast. Researcher of all things MLB statistics. Have contributed to sites such as Tomahawk Take, FanSided MLB, SportsTalkATL, and now Battery Power. While not writing, a Cyber Security analyst by trade, as well as an adjunct professor in Information Technology. Masters Degree in Cyber Security Management, and Bachelors in Technology Management.
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David Fletcher looks to be the new backup infielder for the Braves. Spoiler alert, he is better than most in recent Braves history.
Is Marco Gonzales a flashy name? No. However, there is a legitimate case to keep him on the roster and use him as a back end of rotation arm.
Charlie Morton yet again prevented runs at a solid rate, but it was not all sunshine and rainbows for the veteran.
Kolby Allard had one solid start for the Braves, but it was all downhill from there
Danny Young had limited action for the Braves, but when he was on the mound, he had great results
It was a lot of fun, and a great story when Mike Soroka came back to the MLB squad. However, it was short-lived, and pretty sad.
Despite a league-average year with the bat, Rosario had some bright spots.
Lourdes Gurriel Jr. could be an affordable option that could make the Braves better. Should he be considered?
The rotation was a weak spot for the Braves in 2023. Could this solution help?
Austin Riley did have a down year by his standards with the bat. However, he actually had one of the best overall performances of his career. Let’s break it down.