Chase Irle

Chase Irle

Founder and writer for Graduate from LSU with an addiction to sports. If you are interested in writing, contributing in any way, or have any questions or comments email me at [email protected]
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Braves: Ozzie Albies comments on Ronald Acuña Jr’s injury

It’s a somber day for the entirety of Braves Country following the news late last night that an MRI revealed a complete tear of the ACL in Ronald Acuña Jr’s left knee. It goes without saying there is no replacing Ronald Acuña Jr. That doesn’t mean the Braves can’t win without him; they proved as

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MLB: MAR 30 Braves at Phillies

Braves on how they’ll replace Ronald Acuña Jr.

For the second time in the last four seasons, Alex Anthopoulos is faced with the nearly impossible task of replacing the reining NL MVP Ronald Acuña Jr, who suffered a torn ACL on Sunday afternoon. Of course, the last time this happened, the Braves went on to win the World Series, thanks to a series

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MLB: MAY 23 Dodgers at Braves

Braves make several roster moves ahead of series versus Nationals

The Braves made a plethora of roster moves ahead of their series against the Nationals. Most notably, Sean Murphy rejoins the team as Ronald Acuña has been formally placed on the IL with an ACL injury. The #Braves today returned C Sean Murphy from his rehabilitation assignment and reinstated him from the injured list, and

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MLB: JUN 30 Marlins at Braves

Braves: Ronald Acuña Jr. tears ACL, out for the season

A frustrating start to the season for the Atlanta Braves got exponentially worse on Sunday when Ronald Acuña Jr. went down in severe pain following a non-contact injury to his left knee. Immediately, it brought back flashbacks of 2021, and the worst fears of baseball fans around the country were realized tonight. Following some tests

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Max Fried Braves

Max Fried looks better than ever, and it will cost the Braves

The Braves were able to bounce back nicely following a frustrating series with the Padres, wining two out of three at Wrigley Field. There were several notable storylines, but nothing stood out more than the brilliance of Max Fried. The 30-year-old left hander tossed a complete game on Tuesday night, one in which he carried

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Ian Mejia

Under the radar Braves prospect promoted to Gwinnett

The Braves arms on the farm have been nothing short of dominant early in the season, much like the big-league club. Fans got their first glimpse of top prospect AJ Smith-Shawver yesterday afternoon, who tossed 4.1 scoreless innings against the Cubs. The Braves #2 prospect, Hurston Waldrep, has a sub-1.00 ERA for AA Mississippi over

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AJ Smith-Shawver, Braves

AJ Smith-Shawver shines, another homer for Sean Murphy

After a brief onslaught on Wednesday night from the Braves offense, they were back to their dormant ways on Thursday afternoon, mustering only three runs. However, as has been the case nearly every game, Atlanta’s pitching staff was brilliant, led by AJ Smith-Shawver. Last year, it seemed like it didn’t matter who came to the

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Spencer Schwellenbach Braves hat Ray Kerr

Braves most MLB ready prospect could be a surprise

The Braves’ top prospect AJ Smith-Shawver returns to the major-league squad tonight to face the Cubs. It will be the first time he’s pitched for Atlanta since Game 3 of last year’s NLDS. The hope is that Smith-Shawver can show some promising stuff and become a permanent fixture in the Braves rotation; however, there might

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Braves AJ Smith-Shawver

Top Braves prospect to make his 2024 debut

Following last night’s game, Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Justin Toscano reported that Braves top prospect AJ Smith-Shawver will toe the rubber against the Cubs on Thursday. AJ Smith-Shawver will start for the Braves Thursday — Justin Toscano (@JustinCToscano) May 23, 2024 The Braves need two new starters for today and tomorrow. One to fill Bryce Elder‘s

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