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2015 Schedule
54-77, 3rd in NL East
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Braves call up Cuban defector Hector Olivera

The Atlanta Braves have called up Cuban defector Hector Olivera. Acquired from the Dodgers before the trade deadline, Olivera is batting sixth and playing third base.

Miami Marlins @marlins

Dee Gordon and the #Marlins take on the Braves in Game 2 of the series. First pitch is at 7:10 ET. #LetsGoFish


Gordo is back! Alex and newest member of the #Royals, Jonny Gomes, speak to the media. #ForeverRoyal

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Royals activate Gordon (groin) off disabled list

Good luck finding a team that got a bigger boost when rosters expanded than the Kansas City Royals, who along with the usual September call-ups welcomed Alex Gordon back from the disabled list an

Atlanta Braves @braves

Lineup change for tonight vs. Miami. Hector Olivera will make his Major League debut at third base.

Braves rise in Power Rankings

Despite being pounded by the Yankees over the weekend, Atlanta climbed a spot in our rankings. Where is the team slotted now? Find out here


#Royals acquire veteran OF Jonny Gomes from Atlanta for minor league SS Luis Valenzuela.

Marlins blank Braves for sixth straight loss (0:42)

Miami Marlins @marlins

Justin Bour has homered in 2 straight games. He aims to stay hot in the #Marlins series opener with the Braves.

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Shelby Miller's start moved up

Miller will pitch tonight instead of Tuesday because Mike Foltynewicz (illness) was scratched from the 7:10 p.m. start vs. Miami. Miller is 0-10 in his last 18 starts despite a 3.24 ERA.

Braves fan's death ruled accident

Gregory Murrey fell during the 7th inning of Saturday's game. The medical examiner ruled the death was caused by blunt force injuries to Murrey's head and torso. Murrey's family released a statement today, which read in part: "The night Greg passed away, he was doing one of his favorite things -- watching the Braves."

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Grantland: The 30: When the Road to Failure Comes, Well, on the Road

This week’s four featured teams have all played a lot better in their own friendly confines than they have on the road this season. The plummeting Braves own the biggest home/road split in the National League; the White Sox’s always-leaky defense has looked even worse away from the Cell; the loaded Blue Jays have been on fire since their trade deadline shopping spree but still own a sub-.500 road record; and the Orioles’ road losses have prevented them from making headway in the crowded race for the AL’s second wild-card spot ... and Baltimore manager Buck Showalter has some thoughts about that.

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25217th
On Base Percentage.31417th
Slugging Percentage.36330th
Earned Run Average4.4426th
Quality Starts022nd

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