Author: Mark Atkins Photo courtesy of Sports Logos News Follow us on Twitter at @thedailybraves This is Mark’s first article published on The Daily Braves. He’s a prospect evaluator & you can expect articles from Mark moving forward as a staff writer. Hello Daily Braves family. I am a lifelong Braves fan that loves prospects … Continue reading Braves Prospects Breakdown No. 1-5
Photo courtesy of Last Word on Baseball We are officially 1/3 of the way through this 60 game MLB regular season. The Atlanta Braves have the most wins in the National League East, but are currently 2nd in the division standings, which are determined by win percentage. With a record of 11-9, Atlanta has a … Continue reading What We Know About the Braves
Photo courtesy of Yahoo! Sports Follow the page by hitting the “follow” button at the bottom of this page & follow us on Twitter at @thedailybraves 1 day. 2 games. 3 homeruns. 5 hits. That was Acuña’s Sunday afternoon at work. Ronald has been the talk of the town so far in 2020, and up … Continue reading Acuña Matata
Photo courtesy of Reuters The Braves improved their 2020 “series record” to 2-0-1 last night on the backs of Touki Toussaint’s tremendous outing & the long ball. Toussaint turned in a 6.2 inning performance, surrendering only 4 hits & 3 earned runs. He also logged 9, count em, NINE strikeouts. He was exactly the confidence … Continue reading Series Finale: Hot Kakes!
Photo courtesy of Redleg Nation Follow us on Twitter at @thedailybraves On Monday during the series finale against the NY Mets, Mike Soroka tore his Achilles’ tendon coming off the mound to cover 1st base on a grounder. In slow motion you could visibly see his right leg “vibrate” and he couldn’t put any weight … Continue reading Soroka’s Down. What now?
Photo courtesy of NBC News Tonight is the rematch of Opening Day, a game that ended in 1-0 win for the Mets. Both starting pitchers surrendered zero runs. Atlanta reliever, Shane Greene gave up the go-ahead solo homerun to Yoenis Cespedes. Cespedes was a no-show to yesterday’s Braves vs Mets game. He also didn’t notify … Continue reading Preview: Ace vs Ace & State of the Mets
Photo courtesy of Tomahawk Take OVERVIEW The Braves exacted some revenge on the Rays tonight with a 7-4 win in Atlanta’s Truist Park Home Opener. After the Braves jumped out to an early lead it was a back & forth affair until Atlanta pulled away and out of reach in the middle and late innings. … Continue reading In Review: Braves 7, Rays 4
Photo courtesy of Yahoo! sports The two squads leave St. Petersburg behind to venture to Truist Park for games 3 & 4 of the home-and-home series. Hopefully the Braves home opener looks nothing like either game at Tampa’s Tropicana Field, where the Braves went 0-2 and were outscored 19-7. The Braves are 2-3 on the … Continue reading Preview: Rays at Braves, Game 1