First-Quarter Grades for Atlanta Braves

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First-Quarter Grades for Atlanta Braves
John Bazemore/Associated Press

It's hard to believe, but one quarter of the 2014 MLB season is in the books.

What a first quarter it's been for the Atlanta Braves (22-16).

The Braves have overcome some major injuries to their starting rotation to lead the majors with a 2.59 ERA from the pitching staff.

Meanwhile, the offense has struggled mightily with only the San Diego Padres (118) scoring fewer runs than the Braves (122).

With all that said, the Braves still sit six games over .500 and hold a 2.5-game lead over the Washington Nationals in the NL East.

Will the rotation continue their torrid start? Will the offense be able to rebound the rest of the season?

We will find out over the course of the season, but for now, let's look back on the first quarter of the season and grade every member of the Atlanta Braves.

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