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How many All-Stars could the Braves have in Seattle?

Monday’s game against the Oakland Athletics marked the official 1/3 mark for the 2023 season. With All-Star voting beginning on today, I thought it would be fun to take a look at guys that have earned a nod so far from the Braves. Which Bravos will be in Seattle on July 11th? We take a

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Braves continue to struggle against right-handed pitching

The Atlanta Braves offense is a unit that plays a certain brand of baseball. As a matter of fact, there are two certainties when it comes to the Braves lineup. You will see a ton of home runs, and you will also see many strikeouts. This team swings big, and they rely on the long

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Taking a look at Michael Harris II’s struggles

Everyone knows that Michael Harris II is a fantastic ballplayer. However, he hasn’t been the same player that won the NL Rookie of the Year since returning from the IL on April 28th. While Harris still provides massive value with his glove, something is going on with his swing. In 19 games since being re-activated,

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Braves: Jared Shuster seems to be coming into his own

Jared Shuster is a guy that the Braves have a lot of high hopes for. As a first rounder, expectations will always be high. And in Shuster’s case, as a 24 year old rookie, Braves fans may not be as patient, especially after seeing a 23 year old Spencer Strider dominate the National League. Shuster

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Braves: Ronald Acuña All Star Selection 2022

Somehow, Ronald Acuña has been even better in May

Last season was not Ronald Acuña’s finest as a Brave. In fact, it very likely was his most disappointing one. That’s a funny statement to type out when I realize Acuña was still an all star starter and everyday leadoff guy for a team that won 101 games. However, we all know Ronald wasn’t his

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Austin Riley’s lineup move already paying dividends

As Austin Riley continued to struggle, more and more Braves fans began to look for reasons why. Eventually, a few things came to light. For one, the Braves third baseman is typically a slow starter to begin with. In his last three full seasons, he has started off April and May games with these splits

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Grissom, Braves flash late inning magic against Fish

The Atlanta Braves got off to a booming start to their early-week series against the Miami Marlins.  In the first two games on Monday and Tuesday, the Braves won by a combined margin of 18-4. However, the task was a bit taller on Wednesday night. Atlanta had to take on a familiar and extremely baffling

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