The Braves have named pitcher Julio Teheran as their Opening Day starter against Bryce Harper and the Phillies.
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From top prospects and rising young stars to bounce-back candidates, which players who missed the MLB Rank cut could soon find a place on the list?
Buster welcomes David Schoenfield to discuss the latest agreement between MLB & the players, Ronald Acuna Jr.'s hot spring and more (4:51). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (28:43) and Eduardo Perez on his biggest takeaways from the spring thus far (34:00).
A major shake-up brings a new crew of All-Stars to the forefront, with some of the game's biggest names on the outside looking in.
You picked who? Where? We break down some of the questions to come out of the rankings -- and ask you to weigh in as well.
Leading off our countdown of the game's best, youngsters duel with historic greats. Which players landed on the back half of our list?
The Braves have sent seven players to the minors, including left-hander Kolby Allard, who was competing for a spot in the rotation.
Just over two weeks before Opening Day, two prominent free agents remain available. We find realistic landing spots and outside-the-box fits for both pitchers.
Mike Foltynewicz won't be ready to start the season with the Braves as he works back from a sore elbow.
Josh Donaldson, who has been slowed by injuries the past two seasons and spent the first two weeks of spring training strengthening his legs, feet and toes, will make his exhibition debut for the Braves on Friday.
Atlanta Braves shortstop Dansby Swanson went 1-for-2 in three innings in his first game since surgery Nov. 5 on his left wrist.
Adam Duvall, who managed only 15 home runs last year, finally took a step in the right direction Sunday, homering twice for the Braves in their 6-5 victory over the Marlins.
From underappreciated stars to veterans who get taken for granted and up-and-comers to watch, here's a guy from each team worthy of your attention.
Brian McCann made his 2019 spring training debut with the Braves on Tuesday, returning to the team after spending three years with the Yankees and two with the Astros.
Buster talks with Mark Teixeira about Bryce Harper's free agency, Clayton Kershaw's shoulder, as well as a new idea to implement a pitch clock (4:27). Plus, David Schoenfield weighs in on Noah Syndergaard and Byron Buxton (16:50) and Sarah Langs delivers the Numbers Game (37:04)
From Paul Goldschmidt in St. Louis to Josh Donaldson in Atlanta, we tell you what to expect from some familiar faces in new places.
Before chatting with music legend Garth Brooks about his time with the Pirates (29:35), Buster and Boog Sciambi dish on projected win totals and much more (2:49). Plus, Coley Harvey with some "Inside Heat" on the Yankees (36:21) and we remember the life of the late Nick Cafardo.
Rockies star Nolan Arenado, who will be a free agent next winter if he doesn't reach an agreement on a long-term deal, says the current state of the free-agent market is "sad."
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