Final 11 days will make or break these clubs
Indians, Cardinals among clubs with challenging home stretch
The postseason chase has reached its most critical stage. With a little more than a week remaining in the regular season, the time has come for contenders to finish strong and punch their tickets to October baseball.
For some, the road looks a bit more difficult. That’s because of the
Teheran optimistic despite rocky stretch
Righty's postseason role in flux as homers abound
ATLANTA -- While the focus remains on clinching the National League East as early as possible, the Braves can use these final days of the regular season to determine whether it truly would be wise to give Julio Teheran a playoff start.
Teheran’s postseason rotation candidacy took another hit as
Pursuit of 40/40 may be wearing on Acuña
All-Star outfielder shows flashes (double, walk, steal) in loss
ATLANTA -- As Braves hitting coach Kevin Seitzer talked about a mechanical adjustment Ronald Acuña Jr. recently made in the midst of his month-long skid, he changed gears by saying, “I just wish he’d hit one more homer. I think that will alleviate a lot of what’s going on.”
Braves cautiously optimistic for Ender's return
Injuries give Atlanta tough roster decisions to make for postseason
ATLANTA -- While the Braves are hoping to activate Ender Inciarte before next week’s two-game set in Kansas City, which begins on Tuesday, manager Brian Snitker remains cautiously optimistic regarding the return of his Gold Glove Award-winning center fielder, who has been sidelined since straining his right hamstring on Aug.
Inbox: Do Keuchel, Donaldson figure into future?
Beat reporter Mark Bowman answers fans' questions
Does a successful postseason run make it a priority to bring Dallas Keuchel and Josh Donaldson back for 2020? -- @gaaaronkirby
In no way, shape or form should we ever compare Keuchel and Donaldson to Nathan Eovaldi or Steve Pearce. But I’ve mentioned Eovaldi and Pearce to provide yet another
Culberson (facial fractures) avoids surgery
Utility man out for season after HBP; Rodney shaken by incident
WASHINGTON -- Charlie Culberson will miss the remainder of the season with multiple facial fractures. But the Braves utility man received good news on Sunday, when he learned none of the fractures were of the displaced type.
“There’s no surgery required, which is really good,” Braves manager Brian Snitker said.
Braves clinch postseason berth with Folty's gem
Right-hander finds All-Star form as Atlanta routs Nationals
WASHINGTON -- Mike Foltynewicz has put himself in the thick of the postseason roster decisions, which became even more pressing when the Braves secured a playoff berth with a 10-1 win over the Nationals on Saturday afternoon.
Postgame thoughts focused on Charlie Culberson, who was struck under the right eye
Baby Brave chases ERA title; magic number at 6
Soroka outpitches Scherzer in rematch, allows 1 hit over 6 innings
WASHINGTON -- Nick Markakis might not be a man of many words, but he said all you need to know about Mike Soroka when he said, “Braves fans should be excited to have this guy on their side for a while.”
Soroka’s results have earned him consideration for both the