May 27, 2014

The Most Important Position in Baseball

Teheran’s recent dominance has many Braves faithful breathing a sigh of relief, and for good reason. Atlanta’s lack of a true ace in the rotation has been clear for many years now, and it’s prevented them from making the leap …

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May 20, 2014

Teheran Proving He’s a True #1

May 14th in San Francisco, Julio Teheran gave up 5 runs (4 earned) on 7 hits and 5 walks and completed just 3 1/3 innings. This wound up being a brutal loss in the middle of a brutal road trip. …

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May 13, 2014

Keep Batting the Pitcher 8th

In seven games with the pitcher batting eighth, the Braves have a 4-3 record. Three of those wins came against the Cubs, a non-contender in 2014. We’ve scored a lousy 2.5 runs per game, even lower than our season average …

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April 29, 2014

Feel the Power

On Sunday, Buster Olney tweeted his weekly power rankings, and you’ll never guess who nabbed the top spot. Here’s his top ten:

1) Atlanta Braves

2) Milwaukee Brewers

3) Oakland Athletics

4) San Fransisco Giants

5) Texas Rangers

6) Los …

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April 23, 2014

Still Not Worried About Kimbrel

Monday night marked Craig Kimbrel’s first blown save of the year and his third poor outing of the 2014. He’s still 5 for 6 in save opportunities, but he’s posted some very un-Kimbrel-like numbers in April. In 7.1 innings pitched, …

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