Taking a look at Charlie Culberson’s career numbers, the casual baseball fan probably won’t see anything special. Career .249 hitter, 23 Home Runs, 110 RBIs over the span of 7 years. To the naked eye, he’s pretty average. Braves fan know Charlie...
by: Ashley Varela — NBC Sports 15h
Fiers exited Saturday’s outing with a case of right arm nerve irritation, though it’s not clear how long he might be sidelined.
by: Chelsea Howard — Sporting News 19h
Culberson reportedly has a fracture in his right cheekbone, but seems to have avoided a concussion or an eye injury.
by: Marissa Credle — Mets Merized Online 21h
Good morning, Mets fans!Saturday, the Mets defeated the Dodgers 3-0 in the second game of their three-game series at Citi Field. Jacob deGrom had another marvelous start, lasting seven innin
by: Kris Willis — SB Nation: Talking Chop 21h
Braves clinch a spot in the playoffs but may have lost another key bench piece.
by: The Associated Press — Wisconsin State Journal 15 Sep
Atlanta Braves (93-57, first in the NL East) vs. Washington Nationals (81-66, second in the NL East)
by: Associated Press September 15, 2019 — Sports Illustrated 15 Sep
The Braves reduced their magic number to win the NL East to four.
by: Ashley Varela — NBC Sports 11h
The Braves utility player was squaring to bunt when he was inadvertently struck in the face by a pitch.
by: Mark Bowman — MLB: Braves 15 Sep
Though the Braves are anxiously awaiting the chance to celebrate a second straight National League East title, they secured a postseason spot with Saturday’s 10-1 win over the Nationals. What’s Next? The Braves’ magic number to clinch a division...
by: Ellen J. Horrow — USA Today 15 Sep
Braves' Charlie Culberson was struck directly on the right cheekbone by a 91 mph fastball in the seventh inning by Nationals reliever Fernando Rodney.
by: Associated Press — Daily Herald 15 Sep
by: Associated Press — Sportsnet 15 Sep
Ronald Acuna Jr. ignited a four-run rally with the go-ahead, two-run double, as the NL East-leading Atlanta Braves clinched a playoff berth with a 10-1 victory over the Washington Nationals on Saturday.
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