Category: 2022 Season

Phillies 8, Braves 3

I feel crapshot. The Phillies put up 3 runs in the bottom of the 2nd and never looked back, eliminating the Braves 3 games to 1 and moving on to the NLCS. Charlie Morton was nailed in the pitching elbow by Alec Bohm leading off...

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Braves 4, Mets 2

(We) don’t give a damn about any trumpet playing band.Mark Knopfler Dansby Swanson’s 2 run homer in the 5th put the Braves ahead for good 3 – 2, and led the Braves to a 1 game lead in the division and a tie of...

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Braves 6, Phillies 3

The Braves jumped out to a 6 – 0 lead to help Kyle Wright to his 20th win and cut the Mets division lead to 1.5 games. The Braves opened the scoring in the top of the 2nd, after a Travis d’Arnaud double and a Vaughn...

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Braves 4, Phillies 3

Ronald Acuna Jr. crushed a 2-run homer to right in the bottom of the 3rd and doubled in 2 runs in the 4th to give the Braves a 4 – 0 lead over Aaron Nola and clinch the weekend series for the Braves. But wait,...

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Mariners 3, Braves 1

I regret to inform you that the Braves are not going to finish the regular season on a 32 – 0 run. George Kirby and the Mariners bullpen shut down the Braves and ended their 8-game winning streak, dropping them 1/2 game...

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A Braves Checkup: Outfield

Ronald Acuna Jr., Adam Duvall, Eddie Rosario, Marcell Ozuna, Orlando Arcia, William Contreras, Alex Dickerson, Guillermo Heredia, Travis Demeritte, Phil Gosselin. Restlessness hovered over this outfield for the first 2 months of...

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A Braves Checkup: Infield

The Braves check in at 56-38 at the All-Star Break, 2.5 games behind the Mets in the division, up 6 games in the Wild Card race, and own the 3rd best record in the National League. In today’s piece, we will evaluate each...

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Nats 7, Braves 3

After our spectacular run through June and the first half of July, today landed with a bit of a thud in terms of ways to end the “first half” of the season. Strider wasn’t great and the offense wasn’t great en route to a...

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Braves 8, Natspos 4

The Braves won their 13th straight game in Nationals Park on Friday, defeating the hapless gNats 8-1. 8-4. (Edit–Just noticed that I wrote this score in the top of the ninth and forgot to correct it when I completed the...

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Braves 4, Mets 1

It was a frustrating game until it wasn’t. On Monday, Atlanta could only produce one run after a brilliantly pitched game by Max Scherzer. And last night, it looked like more of the same. But then Matt Olson had his moment....

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