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G-Braves win on Bethancourt's walk-off HR

It looked like Gwinnett had wasted a strong start by Zach Stewart. Then the Indianapolis bullpen faltered, just like the G-Braves’ had.

G-BRAVES NOTES: Boggs rejoins Gwinnett from Atlantic League

There wasn’t a spot for outfielder Brandon Boggs on the Gwinnett Braves roster coming out of spring training, but that changed six weeks into the season.

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Grizzlies on way to NAIA World Series

GGC completes four-game comeback with two wins

Georgia Gwinnett College is heading to the NAIA World Series in just its second season and the Grizzlies certainly didn’t do it the easy way.

White Sox drop Parkview's Keppinger

Jeff Keppinger is in limbo after the Chicago White Sox designated the former Parkview and Georgia standout for assignment.

Grizzlies win to stay alive, second game halted

Although Southeastern University has been around nearly 60 years longer than Georgia Gwinnett College, each baseball team is in the same situation.

Furious rally keeps Georgia Gwinnett College baseball season alive

Host Georgia Gwinnett College rallied for a big victory to stay alive in the NAIA tournament

Braves regain mojo with sweep of Cubs

Gattis, Heyward homer to back strong outing by Harang in series clincher over Cubs

Santana, Atlanta Braves blank Cubs

Hard-luck Chicago Cubs pitcher Jeff Samardzija is still winless and the Atlanta Braves are a victory away from a weekend sweep.

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Bethancourt helps lead G-Braves' 4-3 victory

Catcher helps lead G-Braves’ 4-3 victory

The right-handed hitter was 2-for-4 and drove in a run Thursday as the G-Braves’ defeated Buffalo 4-3 at Coolray Field.

G-Braves’ La Stella drawing attention as G-Braves win

Martin stymies Buffalo in 5-0 victory

Atlanta Braves snap seven-game skid

Right-hander Gavin Floyd pitched seven strong innings in his Braves debut and third baseman Chris Johnson drove in the tie-breaking run in the eighth inning as Atlanta snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 2-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals.

Atlanta sends pitcher Schlosser down to Gwinnett

Atlanta optioned Gus Schlosser to Gwinnett to make room for Mike Minor

Martin roughed up in Gwinnett Braves loss

Braves pitching prospect sees run of solid starts end in loss to Lehigh Valley

MINOR LEAGUE NOTES: Ex-Parkview pitcher headed to Japan

Anthony Carter had his contract sold by the San Diego Padres to the Nippon Ham Fighters.

Another setback for Tampa Bay Rays prospect Garvin

Ex-Wesleyan pitcher goes on DL again

When Grayson Garvin had to leave a start for Class AA Montgomery in the first inning on Wednesday, it wasn’t good news for the Wesleyan graduate or the Tampa Bay Rays.

G-Braves slugger Mejia off to Japan

Gwinnett first baseman Ernesto Mejia had proven that he was one of the best power hitters in Class AAA, but that wasn’t good enough to get him a shot in Atlanta.

Santana not quite as sharp, but still picks up third win as Braves top Reds

Atlanta hung on Friday night to defeat the visiting Reds as Santana earns another victory

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Gattis' pinch double helps Braves beat Marlins

Gattis delivered his second game-winning hit of the series, this time producing a two-run pinch double with two outs in the eighth inning to give the Braves a 3-1 victory at Turner Field.

Gattis delivers walk-off home run as Braves keep Marlins winless on the road

The Atlanta Braves defeated the Florida Marlins in extra innings Monday night thanks to the heroics of Evan Gattis

Gwinnett Braves snap skid, earn first home victory of 2014

The G-Braves avoided a dubious distinction thanks to Monday night's victory over the visiting Norfolk Tides

Durham spoils opening Gwinnett Braves home series with sweep

Durham defeated Gwinnett 3-1 on Sunday, spoiling the G-Braves' first home series of 2014

Bulls take first two games of opening home series

Gwinnett Braves battle Durham in second of four games

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Braves drop first home series of season to Mets

Left fielder Eric Young Jr. was the perfect table-setter at the top of the New York Mets lineup on Thursday night.

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Braves shut out by Mets in home opener

Bartolo Colon, who turns 41 in May, didn’t allow a runner past second bases over seven innings as the New York Mets spoiled the Atlanta Braves’ home opener and the Aaron festivities with a 4-0 victory Tuesday night before an announced sellout crowd of 47,144 at Turner Field.

MINOR LEAGUE NOTES: Francoeur has big first game with Chihuahuas

Jeff Francoeur hadn’t been a part of a minor league opening day since 2005 and he would have obviously preferred to still be in the majors this time.

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North's Blackmon sets MLB record in 6-for-6 performance

Don’t expect Charlie Blackmon to shave any time soon. The beard he grew over the winter has been pretty lucky so far.

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Williams responding to benching

Former South standout giving Hawks quality minutes again

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Blackmon building on 2013 with Rockies

A look at Gwinnett players in the big leagues

Gearrin on DL, Buchter brought back

More injuries for ravaged Atlanta Braves

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BRAVES PREVIEW: Braves try to put bad spring behind them

Team not conceding NL East to Nationals

Wood told he made Indians in unique way

Wood told on mound he made the bigs

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McCann settles in for life with Yankees

Duluth native ready for first season away from home

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Braves like second baseman of the future, if he can stay healthy

Braves prospect LaStella has hit at all levels throughout his career, but has struggled to stay on the field

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Braves prospect Graham hoping to make up for lost 2013 season

J.R. Graham was on a rapid rise through the Braves farm system until an injury shut down his 2013 season before it got going

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Top Braves prospect Bethancourt just a few hits from Atlanta

Offense continues to improve for Bethancourt, already considered ready for the major leagues defensively

Atlanta Braves top prospect rankings

A look at the current rankings of the Atlanta Braves’ top prospects

Son of Braves general manager Wren gets off to fast start in pro career

Georgia Tech product Kyle Wren is coming off an exceptional 2013 season in the Atlanta Braves minor league system

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Brookwood grad Sims ready to get back on fast track to Gwinnett, majors

Brookwood product Lucas Sims is ranked as the Atlanta Braves top prospect entering the season

Harang debuts as Braves drop Florida finale

Aaron Harang’s debut with the Atlanta Braves went well for four innings. Then it didn’t.

Teheran sharp in final tune-up for Braves opener

The right-hander struck out nine over six solid innings in his final tune-up for the Atlanta Braves, finishing spring training with a 1.80 ERA.

Parkview grad Francoeur, cut by Indians, quickly signed by Padres

Jeff Francoeur had a solid spring with the Indians, resulting in a new opportunity with the Padres

Braves send Constanza, Terdoslavich to Gwinnett

The Atlanta Braves sent two familiar players down to the Gwinnett Braves this week

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Garcia not pleased with Braves’ decision; Atlanta hopes Harang is the veteran answer

Atlanta making moves to boost its young pitching staff, especially early in the season

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Gearrin hurt as Braves rout Tigers 12-3

Injuries continue to pile up on Braves pitchers

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Teheran officially named Atlanta Braves' opening-day starter

Freeman, who hit .319 with 109 RBIs last season, was 4 for 4, Andrelton Simmons and Dan Uggla each homered and the Braves defeated the Boston Red Sox 6-3 on Saturday.

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Francoeur released from Indians

Jeff Francoeur had a solid spring with the Cleveland Indians, but not a good enough one to earn a major league spot.

G-Braves starting to take shape after cuts

The Gwinnett lineup used for an exhibition game against Toledo on Thursday could be fairly close to what the G-Braves will look like when they open the International League season at Durham on April 3.

Santana debuts, Beachy officially exits for Atlanta Braves

Ervin Santana made his spring debut on the day it was announced that Brandon Beachy had decided to have his second Tommy John operation performed by a different surgeon.

Hale shaky as Braves fall to Yankees 7-0

The Atlanta Braves dropped to 8-13-3 for the spring as they lost to the New York Yankees 7-0 on Wednesday at Champion Stadium in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

BRAVES NOTES: Uggla finding his groove at the plate

Spring training news and notes from the Atlanta Braves camp