Photo courtesy of Fantasy Alarm.com Follow us on Twitter at @thedailybraves Atlanta travels to Philly today to start the weekend series against the 3rd place Phillies. Coming off a series sweep of the Yankees, Atlanta won the previous series against Philly 2 games to 1. And unlike last series, Ronald Acuña Jr and Nick Markakis … Continue reading Fightin’ the Phils
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Photo courtesy of The Daily Gazette Follow us on Twitter at @thedailybraves WOW. WHAT A DAY OF BASEBALL, YESTERDAY WAS. That was the best day of baseball of my life that I can remember. There were zero letdowns or disappointments yesterday. Two games against the Yankees, two wins against the Yankees. Ian Anderson carrying a … Continue reading Sensory Overload
What A Day For Baseball
Ian Anderson. Photo courtesy of Nights With Alice Cooper Follow us on Twitter at @thedailybraves for daily content! Not one, but two games today against the Yanks! Man! Can today get any better? Think about what all we have going for us today...The New York Yankees are in town, the Evil Empire, the team everyone … Continue reading What A Day For Baseball
Preview: Double Header vs Philly
Photo courtesy of Talking Chop Follow us on Twitter at @thedailybraves The Bravos play two 7-inning games today against the Phillies. Game 1 starter for Atlanta will be Huascar Ynoa, & Max Fried will start Game 2. I think we’re all pretty confident that Fried will bring us to victory in Game 2, so I’ll … Continue reading Preview: Double Header vs Philly
Series Finale: Hot Kakes!
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!
Markakis Opts Back In
Photo courtesy of SportsTalkATL.com Early Wednesday afternoon it was announced that Nick Markakis had opted back into the 2020 MLB season. Prior to Opening Day, the 14 year veteran of baseball’s highest level opted out of the 2020 season, forfeiting his paycheck for the year. Markakis isn’t going to dominate opposing pitchers, he’s not going … Continue reading Markakis Opts Back In