Atlanta somehow won a divisional title while spending most of 2020 with a ramshackle rotation. The front office has done its part to fix things for 2021 in that department.
The Braves have a few high quality catching prospects with Shea Langeliers being arguably the best of the bunch.
ZiPS projects a monster season for Ronald Acuña Jr. in 2021.
Hale reunites with Terry Francona as Eric Young Sr. is expected to return to the Braves in 2021.
Ozuna switches agents again as he looks to cash in this winter.
Spencer Strider didn’t get to throw much over the past two seasons, but that didn’t stop the Atlanta Braves from drafting the righty in 2020.
The Braves have made a bit of news this offseason, but the really big decisions are looming large still.
The Braves top infield prospect spent the season at the alternate site
Vaughn Grissom was one of the youngest player in the Braves alternate site this year
The Braves shored up infield depth with a waiver wire transaction...although it does make one wonder if that move will help us predict some non-tender decisions.
From the MLB draft to the alternate site at Gwinnett, Jesse Franklin had quite the 2020. Let’s take a look at the newest Atlanta Braves outfield prospect.
While not considered a premier catching prospect in the Braves system Jonathan Morales still has an intriguing profile
Braves add Kyle Muller to 40-man roster before tomorrow’s Rule 5 deadline.
On the ballot for the fourth year, the 10-time Gold Glove-winning centerfielder remains a long shot for induction, but the resume has some HOF-worthy nuggets
The Braves farm system has thinned of late, but they still boast an impressive collection of prospects.
Acuña’s star continues to shine brighter.
The Braves acted quickly on the free agent market, locking down a target early just as they have the past two winters. Will they do the same with Marcell Ozuna?