1. Atlanta Braves Season Schedule Analysis: Excitement of the New Season

    1. Introduction   Buster Olney of ESPN wrote an interesting article about the analysis of each team’s schedule and how tough it is for those teams...

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  2. Defending the Reputation: A Pitching Analysis of Derek Lowe

    1. Introduction   I am very tired of hearing about the snap judgment about Derek Lowe; an ace pitcher that Atlanta Braves signed him for a four-year, $60 million deal...

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  3. Five Reasons the Atlanta Braves Can Win NL East

    Time flies and very quickly, there are less than 30 days to the first spring training game. My dear favourite team, the Atlanta Braves, made a few interesting deals to fill up holes and increase ...

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  4. Should Atlanta Braves General Manager Frank Wren Reconsider His Style?

    As a long time Braves fan, I am always fascinated about how well Braves management handles their players and make great signings and turn players career's around. However, since Mr...

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  5. Atlanta Braves: Why They Will Be The NL's Best in 2010

    The Braves season ended in disappointing fashion after getting swept by the Nationals at home and seeing low attendance in the Marlins series...

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  6. 2009 Atlanta Braves Season Review: How Can They Improve in 2010?

    I understand the season is not over yet and the Braves still have a small chance, to get in the playoffs in 2009. However, there is no way to improve the current team, so I think it is fair to ...

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  7. The End is Near for the Atlanta Braves!

    Ever since the beginning of last week, there is only one word for the Braves. Pathetic. The ever-proud pitching staffs were far from dominating, the hitting was as bad as it gets...

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  8. The Most Important Fortnights for the Braves' 2009 Season, Do or Die?

    The Braves are playing very well after the All-Star break. So far they have won two straight series against the New York Mets and the San Francisco Giants and beat up some good pitchers such as Pelfrey and Lincecum...

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  9. After a Mediocre First Half, What Can the Atlanta Braves Do From Here?

    The Braves was one of the most active team in the offseason by acquiring Derek Lowe, Javier Vazquez and Japanese import Kenshin Kawakami, who enjoyed the same level of fame and reputation as Dice-K, the Red Sox star...

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  10. Tommy Hanson, the Ultimate Pitching Prospect! His Debut Analysis

    The long wait was finally over. The most herald pitching prospects of this decade in the Braves’ usual prosper farm system had his debut on Sunday and, just as anticipated tuner ...

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  11. Disappointing Atlanta Braves Team in Their Bad Stretch!

    Atlanta Braves had high hope after they boost their rotation and form a quality bullpen and aiming for division title. I always believed in them with their strong starting pitching, and reasonably high OBP, can get them somewhere in the division...

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  12. Atlanta Braves Early Season Analysis

    It is the second week in the season and Braves are doing pretty well before they were sadly beaten by the Marlins . It is a unexpected result but it is not as shocking as everyone thinks...

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  13. Atlanta Braves' Batting Analysis

    After my pitching analysis for 2009 Braves, I hold a very high hope for the Braves rotation. If Braves can have any kind of surprising record in toughest division in National League, it is because of their pitching...

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  14. Atlanta Braves Should Eye These Five Objectives

    After making several acquisitions this offseason and welcoming a few injured players back, the Atlanta Braves are once again feeling good about their team and are ready to pursue another "long-awaited" division title...

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  15. Atlanta Braves Spring Training Analysis

    It is about the middle of spring training, and this longer spring training caused by WBC is actually making the managers trying to simulate regular-season games now even though there are still about 20 days to go for the opening day...

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  16. Can the New York Yankees Win the AL East?: Yes They Can, Here Are 26 Reasons Why

    This is intended as a counter argument to thoughts expressed by Mr. Todd Civin. I think his comments about the Yankees' weaknesses are actually very thorough, and obviously he did some good research and has a very good knowledge about baseball...

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  17. Atlanta Braves Pitching Analysis

    After the several great additions from the off-season, the Atlanta Braves has greatly improved their starting rotation and some upgrades in their bullpen. Even though, the pursuit of Jake Peavy and A...

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