As the Braves continued to savor the National League East championship they clinched the day before,...
by: Reuters — Yahoo Sports 18h
Atlanta starter Mike Foltynewicz opened the game with six no-hit innings and the Braves survived a late Philadelphia comeback for a 5-3 win, clinching the National League East title and sending them back to the playoffs for the first time since 2013....
by: Brad Rowland — SB Nation: Talking Chop 24 Sep
Let’s celebrate a bit.
by: Mark Polishuk — MLB Trade Rumors 24 Sep
The latest from Toronto... Russell Martin reflects on a tough year in an interview with Sportsnet.ca's Jeff Blair, and needless …
by: atlmalcontent — Rowland's Office 24 Sep
The biggest game in five years — the cherry on top of one of the most interesting teams the Braves have fielded since moving from Milwaukee — didn’t sell out. Attendance was annou…
by: Alan Carpenter — Fansided: Tomahawk Take 23 Sep
The history of the Braves will record a 5-year hiatus between division titles - 2013 until 2018. Hopefully there was a smile yesterday on the face of som...
by: Kit Anderson — Fansided: ATL All Day 23 Sep
The Atlanta Braves are National League East Champions! Sweeping the Phillies and eliminating them from contention the Braves have put themselves in a great...
by: @usatoday — USA Today 23 Sep
Lane Adams homered and drove in two runs, Anibal Sanchez won for the first time in nine starts and the Atlanta Braves used a lineup of reserves to win their fifth straight game, 2-1 over the Philadelphia Phillies
by: AP — Fox Sports 23 Sep
Reserves lead Braves to 5th straight win, eliminate Phillies
by: David O'Brien — The Athletic 23 Sep
Few outside the team believed the Braves could win this year. "We liked our chances just as good as anybody else out there," said Nick Markakis after the clinching win. "And here it is. We showed it."