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2 hrs ago | Philadelphia Phillies
A short walk beyond center field at Champion Stadium, on a side field at the Braves baseball complex, Rich Dubee surveyed the action in front of him.
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7 hrs ago | Philly.com
The National League East has been stricken with pitching woes before the 2014 season has gotten underway.
11 hrs ago | Amazin' Avenue
In the "Jenrry Mejia's hair deserves its own edition" edition, Rob and Jeffrey talk about Jenrry Mejia's hair, natch'.
Atlanta Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez could not recall which expletive he used Sunday when his No.
Fantasy owners can ignore a lot of what happens in spring training. Your stance in the Mike Trout vs. Miguel Cabrera debate probably shouldn't change based on a handful of plate appearances in March.
2014 will not be their year but they are certainly making strides to greatness. 29.) Minnesota Twins : The Twins brought in two mediocre pitchers in Phil Hughes and Ricky Nolasco this offseason in an attempt to ameliorate one of the worst rotations in baseball last season.
Braves pitcher Kris Medlen left in the fourth inning with a strained forearm, and the New York Mets went on to beat Atlanta 8-2 on Sunday.
Matt Williams is trying to get the Washington Nationals' backups and bench players as many at bats as possible early in Grapefruit League action knowing that soon the regulars will start to play every day.
The Atlanta Braves won 96 games in 2013 en route to the National League East crown in their first season since 1995 without future Hall of Famer Chipper Jones at third base.
The second weekend of Spring Training games wraps up with another full slate of action in both the Cactus and Grapefruit Leagues, including 10 games on MLB.TV that will feature division rivalries, star power and a number of starting pitchers hoping to lock down roster spots.
Tigers scheduled pitchers: LHP Drew Smyly, RHP Justin Miller, LHP Phil Coke, RHP Bruce Rondon, RHP Al Alburquerque, RHP Jose Valdez, RHP Jhan Marinez Tigers lineup: Kinsler 2B, Carrera LF, Hunter RF, Martinez 1B, Kelly 3B, Castellanos DH, Fields CF, Holaday C, Lombardozzi SS.
The big news out of the morning's pregame meeting with Washington Nationals' manager Matt Williams concerned Doug Fister's right elbow, but the Nats' skipper provided updates on Ross Ohlendorf and new lefty Mike Gonzalez as well when he spoke to reporters.
A familiar face, from a happy time in the Nationals ' history, returned to the clubhouse on Friday morning.
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This is the third post in the series from us here at TomahawkTake.com where we analyze the Braves' players and how they stack up against their competition in the National League East.