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The Atlanta Braves finished last in the National League East behind the MetsPhilliesMarlins, and Nationals in the 2016 MLB season. The Braves capped off the year with 66 wins but missed the MLB playoffs for another year. The Braves are moving to SunTrust Park in the 2017 MLB season. Look for the Braves to make a run at the 2017 MLB Playoffs.

About the Atlanta Braves
Fans of the Atlanta Braves have seen many historical moments over the years. From three World Series wins (1914, 1957, 1995), to fourteen consecutive division titles from 1991 to 2005, to some of the best player’s professional baseball has to offer in Hank Aaron, Chipper Jones, Dale Murphy, and manager Bobby Cox. Thousands of Braves fans have bought tickets over the years to see these All Stars in action.

The "Braves" name originates from a term for a Native American warrior. It was first used in the 1912 season. They are often referred to as "America's Team" in reference to the team's games being broadcast nationally on TBS from the 1970s until 2007, giving the team a nationwide fan base and high season ticket holder number.

One of the greatest ballplayers to ever wear an Atlanta Braves uniform was “Hammerin’” Hank Aaron. Aaron started off in the Negro League and eventually made his way to the Milwaukee Braves. While hitting an average of .305 over his career Aaron went on to be baseball’s “Home Run King”. Aaron broke the record on April 8, 1974, against the Los Angeles Dodgers. He finished his career with 755 home runs and represented the Atlanta Braves in the All-Star Game for 21 consecutive years. 

The Braves move into SunTrust Park in Cobb Country, GA in 2017, and tickets will go fast to see this historic ball club in action. Check out the Atlanta Braves MLB schedule above and use for all your Atlanta Braves ticketing needs this year. 

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Atlanta Braves vs. the NL East in 2017: Washington Nationals.
The Braves has gone in perhaps a surprising direction for 2017, but one that should win some games.  But what has the rest of their division done? Admit it:  when the off-season began, you weren’t thinking about R.A. Dickey or Bartolo Colon for the majoe additions of the Atlanta Braves, right? Well, after a full […] Atlanta Braves vs. the NL East in 2017: Washington Nationals. - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - An Atlanta Braves Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Atlanta Braves News: The Morning Chop, What To Do With Mallex Smith? Happy Birthday Ronald Acuna!
MLB Braves Winter leagues roundup: Acuna, Garrett, Padlo growing Down Under Tomahawk Take Editor’s Note:  First off…Happy Birthday Ronald Acuna!! He turns 19-years-old today!! Yes, Acuna was announced to the Australian Winter League All-Star game a few days ago, but it seems like everyone is still talking about this/him.  Acuna just continues to rake and […] Atlanta Braves News: The Morning Chop, What To Do With Mallex Smith? Happy Birthday Ronald Acuna! - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - An Atlanta Braves Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Talking Chop Roundtable: Was hiring Brian Snitker the right choice for the Atlanta Braves?
The Braves made a manager switch and it wasn’t the one that many were expecting. When Brian Snitker was named as the interim replacement for Fredi Gonzalez, many thought that he was just a place holder until Bud Black was named as the full-time replacement. While the Braves did consider Black, they opted to stick with Snitker after the team’s strong finish to the 2016 season. Was this the correct choice? Scott Coleman: I’m fine with it given the contract the Braves gave him. It’s not like they locked him up through 2022. If the team is dead in the water by July, a change can easily be made. If they’re still in the hunt come August, you hand Snitker a fat contract extension. He’s been with the organization for 40 years; he’s not going anywhere. Demetrius Bell: Well, the players like him and have proven that they’ll literally go to bat for him so I can’t complain about the choice they made. He’s on a short-term deal so it’s not like the Braves have anchored themselves with Snitker ...
Talking Chop’s 2017 Pre-season Braves Prospect Rankings: 1-5
We have reached the conclusion of our preseason prospect rankings. These players are really, really good. Well folks, this is it....the final 5 of our 2017 pre-season Braves prospect list. Here is how we got here (also known as the rest of the list). 6) Kevin Maitan 7) Mike Soroka 8) Ian Anderson 9) Touki Toussaint 10) Austin Riley 11) Travis Demeritte 12) Joey Wentz 13) Patrick Weigel 14) Alex Jackson 15) Dustin Peterson 16) Cristian Pache 17) Kyle Muller 18) AJ Minter 19) Lucas Sims 20) Derian Cruz 21) Ricardo Sanchez 22) Rio Ruiz 23) Ray-Patrick Didder 24) Braxton Davidson 25) Brett Cumberland The final five players on the list are well-known to those who follow the Braves minor league system, although the order may surprise some of you. Before we get to the top 5, we just wanted to thank each and every one of you for reading both this list as well as all the drivel we put up on Talking Chop, For us, this is a labor of love and you all have made it both rea...
Atlanta Braves Could Have 4th Outfielder Waiting In The Minors
Braves In Search Of Outfielder? With the holiday’s just around the corner, pitchers and catchers reporting just under two months from today (February 14) and meaningful games under four months away (April 3), the Atlanta Braves have a lot of decisions to still make.  One of which is what to do with Mallex Smith. Rumblings of […] Atlanta Braves Could Have 4th Outfielder Waiting In The Minors - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - An Atlanta Braves Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Talking Chop Roundtable: Do the Braves have another big move left in them?
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Bartolo Colon owns offseason again with great workout video
A terrific video hit the Internet Thursday showcasing Bartolo Colon putting in an impressive workout at his baseball academy in his native Dominican Republic. While not boasting the physique of a devout workout warrior, the video clearly demonstrates that Colon is willing to put in the offseason work. The video, posted by’s Jesse Sanchez, is everything one would expect out of a Colon workout, which of course means it’s awesome. Bartolo Colon is getting after it in the Dominican Republic. He's chasing Marichal for the most wins by a pitcher from the DR. #Braves — Jesse Sanchez (@JesseSanchezMLB) December 15, 2016 Impressive, indeed. Although the video would have been so much better had Olivia Newton-John’s “Physical” been  playing in the background. Perhaps the best part of the workout, though? Colon is rocking a shirt that celebrates his memorable first career home run last season that touts himself as “Bartbino.” And if you think Colon’s dedic
Ageless Julio Franco makes it onto ‘Jeopardy!’ as clue
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Braves agree to minor-league contract with LHP John Danks
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2017 ZiPS Projections – Atlanta Braves
After having typically appeared in the very famous pages of Baseball Think Factory, Dan Szymborski’s ZiPS projections have been released at FanGraphs the past few years. The exercise continues this offseason. Below are the projections for the Atlanta Braves. Szymborski can be found at ESPN and on Twitter at @DSzymborski. Other Projections: Arizona / Chicago NL / Detroit / Houston / San Diego / Toronto / Washington. Batters If one were to calculate the compensation practices of Major League Baseball merely by examining Atlanta’s roster, he or she might arrive at the conclusion that players are rewarded for producing as few wins as possible. Consider: at $21.8 million, Matt Kemp (601 PA, 0.6 zWAR) possesses the club’s highest salary, but is also projected to record the lowest WAR among Atlanta’s starting field players. Ender Inciarte (596, 3.4) and Dansby Swanson (580, 3.3), meanwhile, are likely to receive just over $3.0 million together — and yet Dan Szymborski’s computer suggests t...

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