Atlanta Braves rumors
The World Series champions add one of the greatest closers in history to top off their offseason.
Morton amazingly was able to get three outs after breaking his leg, but he’s done for the rest of the Fall Classic.
A strong 2021 season earns the 37-year-old another lucrative deal with the Braves.
d’Arnaud will earn $16 million over the next two seasons.
The Braves boosted their bullpen and added another outfield piece.
The Braves continue rebuilding their outfield with none of their Opening Day starters on the active roster.
The Braves take a college right-hander with their first pick.
Awful news for the Braves and for baseball as a whole.
The former top prospect will provide the Braves with some extra infield depth.
In a stunning turn of events, MLB holds Georgia accountable for new laws suppressing voting rights.
The Braves lose one of baseball’s most impactful players for at least the next week.
The Ozuna signing slightly lessens the impact of Josh Donaldson’s loss after he signed with the Twins.
Atlanta’s offseason shopping spree continues.
d’Arnaud will replace Brian McCann as Tyler Flowers’ new timeshare partner in 2020.
The veteran infielder, recently released by the Mets, joins a serious contender in August for the second straight season.
The Braves add some catching depth prior to the deadline.
The Braves give up a former No. 14 overall pick in order to upgrade their bullpen.
The run on shortstops continues.
The Braves take a polished defensive catcher with the ninth overall selection.
The Braves take on a reclamation project as they look to boost their inconsistent bullpen.
MLB trade rumors and news: Chris Davis breaks his historic hitless streak, the contract extensions continue
Davis gets a hit after 54 attempts, Ozzie Albies signs a monster deal, and baseball is alive and kickin’.
MLB trade rumors and news: Ozzie Albies, another young star, signs team-friendly extension with Braves
The second baseman inked a seven-year, $35 million deal that includes a pair of club options.
Having Camargo on the bench would be a fantastic luxury, but should the Braves instead trade their displaced third baseman in order to address other needs?
McCann returns to the team that he grew up rooting for and began his professional career with.
From unwanted to World Series MVP, follow your dreams and you could Steve Pearce yourself too. Also, remember this nice calm time fondly once the trade deals start flying.