Monthly Archives: July 2014

So there’s a pool…

…I’m nonplussed. The Braves released more images today of their new stadium slash entertainment complex slash collection of parking decks. The Atlanta Business Chronicle has more photos on their site, and a title that has the word “Wowza” in it… and … Continue reading

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Dan Uggla Released… FINALLY!

Our long Atlanta Braves nightmare is over, Dan Uggla has finally been released by the team. The Braves acquired Uggla after a 4.3 rWAR season with the Marlins. He was one of the best power-hitting second baseman in the game, … Continue reading

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A very bobble-headed weekend for Braves fans

This weekend will be quite the bobblehead boon for Atlanta Braves fans. Beginning on Friday night, the Lynchburg Hillcats will be giving away an Even “El Oso Blanco” Gattis bobblehead. This one is quite unique, as it has Gattis in … Continue reading

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Braves 2014 Mid-Season Top-25+ Prospects

It’s mid-season Atlanta Braves top prospect time! The Braves system is currently quite thin with top-tier talent, and there is a big drop-off after the first 8 or so prospects. There is a lot of budding potential in the system, and the … Continue reading

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M-Braves lefty reliever Chasen Shreve rediscovers his velocity

Mississippi Braves reliever Chasen Shreve was a mostly-forgotten 11th round draft pick in 2010, out of the College of Southern Nevada. That school may sound familiar to some, as it gained a bit of fame as the school Bryce Harper … Continue reading

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Braves prospect Peraza adjusts stance

Several days ago I posted a Mississippi Braves game report from late June, in which I pointed out that Braves second base prospect Jose Peraza had an odd and overly-complicated setup in the batters’ box. Here’s what I said: The … Continue reading

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Mississippi Braves game report from 6/24/14

From my two-game stint in Tennessee watching the Danville Braves (Saturday and Monday), I headed down to Birmingham for two games with the Mississippi Braves. The first game would be a night game at the Barons’ new stadium, built last … Continue reading

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Danville Braves game report from 6/23/14

This was my second Danville Braves game in three days. The report from the previous game can be found here. This was my third trip to Johnson City, having seen two games there last year. I won’t go over everyone who … Continue reading

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