Nathaniel Wood
31 minutes agoDavid Schoenfield

Predictions: AL Rookie of the Year

To start some conversation over the 2015 season, let's predict the American League Rookie of the Year. And guess what? It's a wide-open race.

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2 hours agoRob Nelson

Biggest World Series risers, fallers

Rob Nelson breaks down the most significant changes in the 2015 World Series odds. The biggest risers have been the Chicago Cubs and the biggest fallers the Philadelphia Phillies.

1 day agoJim Caple and David Schoenfield

Ten ways to boost offense

Offense is on the decline. Can the trend be reversed? Here's how the hitters can strike back.

1 day ago

BBTN 100: Top 25 players

Who is No. 1? We concluded our countdown of the top 100 players in baseball with the top 25 and not surprisingly, Mike Trout leads the way.

2 days ago

Braves demote two more bullpen candidates

The Atlanta Braves have sent right-handers Arodys Vizcaino and Michael Kohn to the minors, trimming two more pitchers expected to contend for spots in the bullpen.

3 days ago

BBTN 100: Atlanta Braves

Check out which Atlanta Braves players were either ranked among the top 100 players or among the top 10 at their position.

5 days agoAJ Mass

Braves lineup takes shape

The gameplan for the start of the 2015 season seems to be set for the Atlanta Braves. According to Michael Cunningham of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the team is locked in at four positions with catcher Christian Bethancourt, first baseman Freddie Freeman, shortstop Andrelton Simmons and right fielder Nick Markakis.

5 days agoAJ Mass

Wandy on the market?

In a case of "what have you done for me lately" the Atlanta Braves may be reconsidering having Wandy Rodriguez as a member of their starting rotation this season.

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6 days ago

Veteran catcher Buck announces retirement

Former All-Star catcher John Buck, who played for seven teams over 11 major-league seasons, announced his retirement Thursday, the Atlanta Braves announced.

7 days agoAJ Mass

Markakis on track for opener

Since his debut in 2006, Nick Markakis has yet to play a major league game for any team other than the Baltimore Orioles. This season, however, he's with the Atlanta Braves and the outfielder says he'll be ready to start the next phase of his career right out of the gate on Opening Day.

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10 days agoChristina Kahrl

Five NL spring training battles to watch

How do Kris Bryant and Javier Baez fit into the Cubs' infield plans? Christina Kahrl breaks down the top five position battles in the National League.

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