Major League Baseball 2014: Why November 22nd, 2013 Was The Real Beginning Of The End For Frank Wren

John Hart, John Schuerholz (middle), and Bobby Cox (left) will look to get the Braves back on the right track after announcing the dismissal of former general manager Frank Wren
John Hart, John Schuerholz (middle), and Bobby Cox (left) will look to get the Braves back on the right track after announcing the dismissal of former general manager Frank Wren

Seven years. Two Wild Cards. One National League East championship.

Since 2009 the Atlanta Braves have averaged 92 wins per season. Only the New York Yankees have won more regular season games than the Braves during the same time. Continue reading “Major League Baseball 2014: Why November 22nd, 2013 Was The Real Beginning Of The End For Frank Wren”

Major League Baseball 2013: Brian McCann, Evan Gattis Decision A Tricky One For Bullpen Thin Braves

Evan Gattis has been key to the Braves early success this season (Daniel Shirey/Getty Images North America)
Evan Gattis has been key to the Braves early success this season (Daniel Shirey/Getty Images North America)

Well decision time is near in Braves country. Isn’t it funny how things play out? Continue reading “Major League Baseball 2013: Brian McCann, Evan Gattis Decision A Tricky One For Bullpen Thin Braves”

Major League Baseball 2013 Preview: Top-5 Rookies In Baseball

  1. Wil Meyers was traded to Tampa Bay for James Shields and others in the offseason
    Wil Meyers was traded to Tampa Bay for James Shields and others in the offseason

    Wil Meyers, Tampa Bay Rays, 2012 Minors: 37 home runs, .314 BA, 109 RBI’s, .387 OBP; Analysis: Continue reading “Major League Baseball 2013 Preview: Top-5 Rookies In Baseball”