1. Atlanta Braves: Musings on the Team With 31 Days Left Until Spring Training

    I'm beginning to realize how much I miss baseball; and sitting here snowbound, I'm beginning to realize how much disdain I hold for winter. (I say snowbound...there's really about a dusting of an ice/snow/slush crap melting on the ground...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about almost 4 years ago 1,128 reads 2 comments

  2. Atlanta Braves: The Top 5 Moments of 2010

    This past year presented Atlanta Braves fans with plenty of moments to relish. This was the first time the Braves had reached the playoffs since 2005 and was the final season for venerable manager Bobby Cox...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about 4 years ago 1,575 reads 10 comments

  3. Atlanta Braves Offseason Needs: Offense and an Old Guy

    When the Atlanta Braves 2010 came to a close a couple weeks back at the hands of the eventual National League Champion San Francisco Giants, there was a lot of mourning at the Britt (that's me) household...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about 4 years ago 2,598 reads 30 comments

  4. Atlanta Braves Take Loss in NLDS: 2010 Still Going To Be One To Remember

    It started with blasts of Jason Heyward in Spring Training and probably the most memorable Major League debut in recent history...

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  5. MLB Playoff Predictions: Brook Conrad's The Key To Atlanta Braves' Playoff Hopes

    For a guy that was signed as a Minor League Free Agent prior to the 2009 season, Brooks Conrad sure has accomplished a lot for the Braves in 130 games...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about 4 years ago 969 reads 9 comments

  6. Bobby Cox: Five Things Atlanta Braves Fans Will Miss Most About the HOF Manager

    With only four games remaining in the 2010 campaign, venerable manager Bobby Cox is making his last push for the postseason.We all know that.....

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about 4 years ago 4,819 reads 5 comments

  7. Atlanta Braves: Is It Time To Press the Panic Button in Hotlanta?

    Not too long ago, the Braves were basking in the glory of a fairly sizable advantage in the National League East...

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  8. Chipper Jones: With Veteran Sidelined for 2010, Who Should Step In?

    With the news breaking on Thursday that Chipper Jones was done for the 2010 season and, potentially, his career with a torn ACL, the Braves found themselves without some sense of certainty at the hot corner for the first time in nearly sixteen years...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 2,538 reads 20 comments

  9. Jonny Venters: The Atlanta Braves' New Closer?

    From the third week of May to the All-Star Break, when the Atlanta Braves were rolling, Billy Wagner was one of the best closers in baseball...

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  10. Atlanta Braves: Defensive Decline is Team's Newest "Biggest Problem"

    "I don't know which is more discouraging, [the Braves' defense] or Chickens."—EB White Okay. Maybe I took some creative liberties with that EB White quote (he was really talking about literature)...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 1,116 reads 2 comments

  11. MLB Trade Deadline: Braves Trade for Rick Ankiel and Kyle Farnsworth

    For Jesse Chavez, Gregor Blanco, and Tim Collins, the Braves acquired the now infamous converted-pitcher Rick Ankiel and an old friend (save the 2005 NLDS) in Kyle Farnsworth (as well as come cash from the Royals)...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 1,939 reads 29 comments

  12. To Trade or Not to Trade: The Atlanta Braves' Deadline Conundrum

    With the non-waiver trade deadline looming less than a week away (this Saturday), the Atlanta Braves are sitting in a pretty good spot. Granted, they just lost two of three in South Florida from the now-...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 1,732 reads 15 comments

  13. Yunel Escobar: No Surprise the Atlanta Braves Parted Ways

    I've been on record as saying that I'm a Yunel sympathizer. I've lauded his talent and said that his occasional lapses are just part of an incredible, high-upside, (overall) well-rounded Major League shortstop...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 1,955 reads 10 comments

  14. MLB: Two Potential Trade Targets for the Atlanta Braves

    I know, I know. The Braves are a first place team with good vibrations all around. They've been one of the best teams in the game since the beginning of May and really lack any substantial holes in their line-up...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 2,632 reads 28 comments

  15. Martin Prado vs. Chase Utley: Who Should Start at Second for the NL?

    It sounds funny, doesn't it? Chase Utley is being challenged for the starting job at second base for this year’s National League All-Star team. Up until this year, that was a preposterous thought, but seemingly out of the woodwork...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 79 reads 33 comments

  16. Life After Chipper Jones: Fast-Approaching but Not All That Sad

    While nothing is written is stone just yet, there is a pretty good chance that the Atlanta Braves will find themselves sans-Chipper Jones when the team reports to Spring Training in 2011...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 603 reads 12 comments

  17. Can the Atlanta Braves Keep Up Their Hot Streak?

    On April 30, the Atlanta Braves were sitting at 9-14—fresh off of a nine-game losing streak and five games behind the division-leading New York Mets...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 680 reads 13 comments

  18. Why Jordan Schafer Should be in Center for the Braves Before the All-Star Break

    Does anyone else remember the hype machine surrounding Jordan Schafer from about, say, 2007 up until 50 games into the 2009 season? The sky was the limit for this kid...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 2,820 reads 18 comments

  19. Is Roy Oswalt To Atlanta Braves a Pipe Dream or Possibility?

    It wasn't too much of surprise when 33-year-old Roy Oswalt requested a trade from the Astros last week. After all, the Astros and their awful offense aren't going anywhere in 2010 and the right-handed Mississippi native isn't getting any younger...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 1,783 reads 23 comments

  20. 2010 Atlanta Braves: Frustration Defined

    A crazy man once said "Just win, baby." It's short, simple, sweet, and to the point. It also defines perfectly what any professional team's mindset should be on a night-in, night-out basis...

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  21. Hinske, Conrad, Glaus Lead Braves To Sweep: Can the Offense Keep it Up?

    Talk about a turnaround. Just six games ago, the Braves were shut-out by the No. 2 man on the all-time homers allowed list...

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  22. Atlanta Braves Muddling in Mediocrity

    You know, I don't know if my title really tells the story. Mediocrity is really stretching itself as an adjective to describe the Atlanta Braves' recent play...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 469 reads 16 comments

  23. Now, That Wasn't So Hard, Was It?: Atlanta Braves Snap Nine-Game Skid

    That was rough, wasn't it? Count the layers of the L-sandwich: W-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-L-W. After a stretch of futility of nonagonal proportions (bad geometry joke), the Atlanta Braves ...

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  24. Atlanta Braves: No Breaks, No Consistency, No Wins

    The 2010 Atlanta Braves could best be characterized as a crying shame thus far. Floundering leadoff men, poor batting averages, atrocious RISP numbers, and a lack of fundamentals...

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  25. MLB: Bad Night for Atlanta Braves...but Not Totally Because of No-No

    Ubaldo Jimenez's no-hit bid was pretty impressive last night. After walking six through the first five innings, the Rockies' young right-hander went on to retire the remainder of Braves ...

    Cameron Britt Written by Cameron Britt about over 4 years ago 119 reads 1 comments