The Braves beat the Red Sox on Monday, earning their first Grapefruit League victory of the new season. In doing so, Atlanta saw encouraging play from a number of young players, including Ronald Acuña, Huascar Ynoa, Cristian Pache, and William Contreras. The club looked impressive in all facets, but the start from Ynoa should only serve to boost the confidence of a young pitcher who has shown flashes of brilliance during his brief major league stints. Adding his powerful right arm to the rotation mix would make for an exciting competition this spring.
The Braves have their first win of the calendar year.
Does a slim Ronnie equal the best Ronnie? It certainly appears to equal the fastest Ronnie, so time will tell whether or not this slimmer version of the young phenom works out for the best.
The widespread assumption that fans would attend games in 2021 was confirmed by team CEO Derek Schiller on Monday. The capacity at which the stadium will be filled remains unannounced, though we should have clarity on that issue soon.
Mark Bowman examines five questions that need to be answered this spring.
Freddie Freeman has arrived. Johan Camargo was already in camp, getting a head start toward securing a bench role on Opening Day.
Two Braves are mentioned in this piece, meaning Freddie Freeman will be surrounded by plenty of firepower this season.
Video is included within the link. This is an absolute tank.
To be honest, yes, he probably can.