ATLANTA (AP) Having dealt with plenty of injuries this season, the Atlanta Braves vowed to move on after losing Jason Heyward. The outfielder had surgery Thursday on his broken right jaw after being struck by […]
ATLANTA (AP) Only days after being told he would be the Braves’ starting second baseman for at least two weeks, Tyler Pastornicky’s season has ended. The Braves announced Friday Pastornicky will have surgery to repair […]
ATLANTA (AP) Braves second baseman Dan Uggla said he finally realized he could not wait any longer to have Lasik eye surgery and was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday. Uggla, hitting only […]
WASHINGTON (AP) Atlanta pitcher Julio Teheran insisted he didn’t mean to plunk Washington’s Bryce Harper with a pitch two innings after the 2012 NL Rookie of the Year homered. Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said after […]
Keith says the last couple of days of sports has been filled with negativity due to the A-Rod story so today’s theme: POSITIVITY. Keith and Dave talked about the Tiger-Phil rivalry and the mutual respect […]
WASHINGTON (AP) The calendar says it’s August and, thanks to Justin Upton’s tiebreaking homer Monday night, the Atlanta Braves are 13 1/2 games ahead of the Washington Nationals in the NL East. “I thought,” Braves […]
PHILADELPHIA (AP) Alex Wood didn’t want to be the one to stop the Atlanta Braves’ winning streak. Chris Johnson drove in two runs and Wood pitched six strong innings to lead the Braves to their […]
Madison Bumgarner struck out a season-high 11 over seven innings, Gregor Blanco entered in the fifth as a pinch hitter and drove in four runs, and the San Francisco Giants routed the Atlanta Braves 10-1 Saturday.
Andrelton Simmons is a good bet to win several gold gloves during his career, and he’s shown the ability to stay within himself and make adjustments at the plate.
MLB analyst and former pitcher John Smoltz was on the show with Jason as the season is coming to a close. Smoltz talked about the playoff races in the NL and AL, the one-game wild […]
Kirk Gibson asked Ian Kennedy if he could keep going, and Arizona’s ace delivered with a career-high 122 pitches.
After winning it all in 2010, the early end to the Giants’ season was disheartening, but fans can take solace in the fact that other teams had it worse.