Garcia takes a pounding, Wood sharp, Minor returning
Julio Teheran wasn’t as sharp as he’d been in his first spring start, but he kept the Washington Nationals scoreless again.
The Atlanta Braves finally have a Grapefruit League victory, thanks in part to a gift by the National League East-rival Washington Nationals.
Dan Uggla was mad and embarrassed. How could he not feel that way? He wanted a chance to redeem himself in the postseason last year and didn’t get it.
Julio Teheran allowed a pair of two-out singles – both with two strikes — in the second inning to complete his scoreless outing.
Braves drop rain-shortened spring opener
Left-hander experienced soreness in shoulder, putting him behind in his spring preparation
Defensive standout rewarded with deal that keeps him through 2020
Kimbrel, 25, signs through 2017 with an option for 2018
Young right-hander given six-year contract
A look at the Atlanta Braves as they prepare to begin spring training
Heyward gets two-year deal
J.R. Graham impressed as a non-roster invitee to spring training last year with the Atlanta Braves and was considered on the fast-track to the majors.
Ernesto Mejia looks like he is headed back to Gwinnett for a third straight season, but the first baseman showed again this winter that he is capable of putting up big power numbers outside the majors.
The Atlanta Braves weren’t able to re-sign left-handed reliever Eric O’Flaherty as they hoped, but they are bringing back potential insurance for their rotation.