While they're bats have been cold, they're pitching has been red hot as they boast one of the best staffs in all of baseball.
Read ahead as I peer through my crystal ball and make predictions about the end of the year.
Though Dan Uggla's offensive struggles are well documented, he's been showing signs of improvement.
Uggla is currently riding a seven game hitting streak and has raised his average eight points in that span.
He will continue to warm up and finish the year well above the Mendoza line.
Craig Kimbrel leads the majors in saves this season and shows no signs of slowing down.
His biggest competition will be from teammate Freddie Freeman, who's also having a stellar year.
Kimbrel's numbers are just too good.
After being dealt to the Braves at the trade deadline, Pence will pick up exactly where he left off in Houston.
He'll drive in 100 runs for the first time in his young career.
It will come down to the final series of the regular season, but the Braves will eek out the division title over the Phillies.
The biggest reason why?
See previous slide.
Chipper Jones has been one of the greatest Braves of all-time.
He's the only switch hitter with a career average above .300 whose also hit 400 homers, and a first-ballot Hall of Famer.