With just five days until the trade deadline, the Braves sit five games back in the NL East with five games upcoming against the division-leading Mets.
by: Trent Dickeson — Fansided: Tomahawk Take 42m
Outfielders Abraham Almonte #34, Guillermo Heredia #38, and Joc Pederson #22 of the Atlanta Braves. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images) If the Atlanta Bra...
by: @Braves — MLB: Film Room 54m
Mark DeRosa chats about Touki Toussaint's performance and the talent that he can bring every five days
by: Kris Willis — SB Nation: Talking Chop 1h
Muller and Bryse Wilson are scheduled to start Monday’s doubleheader.
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by: CBS Sports Staff Jul 26, 2021 — CBS Sports 3h
SportsLine's advanced computer model simulated Mets vs. Braves 10,000 times
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports: Big League Stew 3h
They may have long odds now, but they could look like real contenders by the end of the week.
by: Cristiana Caruso — SB Nation: MLB Daily Dish 4h
Oh, the last week of June, you say? BRING IT ON.
by: Gabriel Burns — Atlanta Journal-Constitution 6h
It’s not often there’s urgency in a mid-summer series, but this qualifies.
by: Kris Willis — SB Nation: Talking Chop 16h
Atlanta will play five games in New York heading into the trade deadline.
by: Gabriel Burns — Atlanta Journal-Constitution 20h
Braves starting pitcher was further evaluated Sunday. He suffered no structural damage, manager Brian Snitker said. The team will see how he feels in the coming days before determining whether he’ll make his next start.
by: Alan Carpenter — Fansided: Tomahawk Take 20h
While we still await any additions to the Atlanta Braves bullpen, it would be good to check on our previous suggestions to see how things stand. There are ...
by: @Braves — MLB: Film Room 20h
Condensed Game: Jean Segura and Ronald Torreyes belted solo homers to back Aaron Nola's nine strikeouts in 8 2/3 frames in the Phillies' win
by: Paul Casella — MLB: Braves 21h
PHILADELPHIA -- Though nobody seems poised to run away with the National League East anytime soon, the Braves know they need to string together wins at some point to make a serious run. Following Sunday's 2-1 loss in their series finale against the...
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On this day 2011: The #Braves and #Pirates played a game we will never forget. It went 19 innings, lasted 6 hours and 39 minutes, and ended at 1:50 a.m. the following morning. Were it not for one of the single worst calls in baseball history, they'd still be playing to this day.TV / Radio Personality
But from the details made public, it's pretty safe to assume he won't be back in ATL. Braves just have to hope they can get some team to take part of his salary. MAAAYBE a felony conviction would allow Braves to void his contract, but that's probably wishful thinking at best.TV / Radio Personality
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