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7/28/2015 | Road woes continue to hamper Teheran

Though there is certainly reason for the Braves to explore options to trade Julio Teheran, they do not necessarily want to do it now, when they would be selling low on him. But as the young pitcher continues to struggle, there is also reason to question whether his original value will return.

7/28/2015 | Regaining timing, Freeman launches homer

When Freddie Freeman successfully campaigned to conclude his brief rehab stint much earlier than expected, he subjected himself to the frustration he has felt while being reminded that it will take time for him to reacquaint himself and his swing to the speed of a Major League game.

7/28/2015 | Davis homers twice as O's cruise past Braves

Chris Davis homered twice and drove in five runs to lead the Orioles to their fourth consecutive victory on Tuesday night, a 7-3 series win over the Braves at Camden Yards.

7/28/2015 | Tillman, Foltynewicz to duel as O's, Braves wrap set

The Orioles and Braves will conclude their three-game set on Wednesday at Camden yards, with Baltimore looking for its first sweep of July.

7/28/2015 | Elbow inflammation shelves Braves' Banuelos

Though the Braves were concerned when they saw Manny Banuelos throw a few fastballs that registered between 86-88 mph during Friday's start in St. Louis, they did not decide to shut the left-hander down until he arrived at Camden Yards on Monday afternoon still feeling some discomfort in his pitching elbow.

7/28/2015 | Wood running smoothly after change in mechanics

Alex Wood shifted his position on the rubber to the first-base side, and on Monday, the results were terrific, as the young Braves left-hander held the Orioles scoreless for 7 1/3 innings.

7/27/2015 | Wieters walks off with Markakis' homecoming crown

Nick Markakis was the pregame focus as the longtime Oriole returned to Baltimore for the first time. But by the time Monday night's game was over, Matt Wieters was the story, homering in the 11th to give the O's a 2-1 win over the Braves.

7/27/2015 | As Markakis reunion continues, Jimenez faces Teheran

Nick Markakis, who made his return to Baltimore on Monday night, will still be there on Tuesday, when the Orioles' Ubaldo Jimenez takes on the Braves' Julio Teheran in the second of three games at Camden Yards.

7/27/2015 | After charmed time in Charm City, Markakis returns

Nick Markakis spent the first nine seasons of his Major League career in Baltimore. Then he signed with Atlanta this past offseason. On Monday night, the 31-year-old outfielder returned to Oriole Park for the first time, and he received a warm welcome

7/27/2015 | Maybin likely to stay put at Deadline

Cameron Maybin has been playing stellar ball for the Braves, so even though multiple teams are asking about him just before the Trade Deadline, it's unlikely he'll be leaving Atlanta.

7/27/2015 | Younger Games: 25-and-unders dominating

Here are our Top 25-and-Unders, our ranking of the top 25 players age 25 and younger. All players who were 25 and under as of July 1, 2015 -- their age-25 season or younger -- were eligible for votes, and the list was selected by a panel of and MLB Network analysts, including two former Major League general managers (Dan O'Dowd and Jim Duquette).

7/26/2015 | Wisler conquers jitters, beats baseball's best

The preamble to Matt Wisler's seventh Major League start and its beginning provided reasons for concern, but the results were impressive once again as the Braves' rookie picked up his fifth win in Atlanta's 3-2 victory over the Cardinals at Busch Stadium on Sunday.

7/26/2015 | Smoltz adds levity to solemnity in Hall speech

John Smoltz did not intend for his Baseball Hall of Fame induction speech to run as long as it did. But it only seemed fitting that the last man to wear No. 29 for the Braves' organization spent a little more than 29 minutes extending gratitude and drawing some laughs with that same sense of humor that made him such a beloved teammate during his legendary pitching career.

7/26/2015 | They said it: Quotes from HOF quartet

On Sunday afternoon in Cooperstown, N.Y., Major League Baseball welcomed four new members into its National Baseball Hall of Fame ranks. The 2015 class -- featuring greats Craig Biggio, John Smoltz, Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez-- was enshrined before thousands of fans at the Clark Sports Center. Here's some of what they had to say at their induction ceremony.

7/26/2015 | Garcia's first homer helps Braves stop Cardinals

A go-ahead home run by Adonis Garcia helped the Braves halt the Cardinals' five-game winning streak and avoid a three-game sweep with a 3-2 win at Busch Stadium on Sunday.

7/26/2015 | Former Oriole Markakis leads Braves into Baltimore

Nick Markakis returns to Camden Yards on Monday as the Braves and Orioles face off for the first time since 2012 in a three-game series between two teams looking to stay afloat in their divisions following rocky starts to the second half.

7/26/2015 | Historic group of greats inducted into Hall of Fame

The Class of 2015 was dominated by three of the greatest pitchers of their era, plus a versatile position player who ended his 20-year career, all with Houston, with 3,060 hits -- Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio.

7/26/2015 | Hall weekend a brilliant blur for four inductees

There have been words of encouragement from Tom Seaver and coffee with George Brett. There was a fireside chat with Gaylord Perry and a stroll down memory lane with Bobby Cox.

7/25/2015 | Cardinals strike late after Martinez-Miller duel

With an eighth-inning sacrifice fly off Braves reliever Luis Avilan, rookie Stephen Piscotty interrupted a pitchers' duel between former teammates and lifted the Cardinals to a 1-0 win over Atlanta. The victory, which came in front of a Saturday night sellout at Busch Stadium, gave the Cardinals their sixth five-game winning streak of the season.

7/25/2015 | Maddux, Glavine reunite with Smoltz in Cooperstown

Though they have long been etched together in baseball history, Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux and John Smoltz will be joined again in the immortalized world on Sunday afternoon, when Smoltz becomes the third member of this group to gain the distinction of being inducted as a first-ballot electee to Baseball's Hall of Fame.

7/25/2015 | Freeman likely back in lineup vs. Wacha, Cardinals

Freddie Freeman is expected to return to Atlanta's starting lineup on Sunday when the Cardinals and Braves conclude a three-game series at Busch Stadium. Freeman will try to help back rookie Matt Wisler opposite Michael Wacha.

7/25/2015 | John, Cox key to Smoltz's call to Hall

Had John Smoltz not received a call from Tommy John nearly 15 years ago, he might not have gained the distinction that awaits him on Sunday afternoon, when he will officially become the first player inducted into Baseball's Hall of Fame after undergoing Tommy John surgery.

7/25/2015 | Braves call up infielders Castro, Garcia

To fill the roster holes left by Friday night's trade of Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson to the Mets in exchange for a pair of Minor League pitchers, the Braves recalled Daniel Castro and Adonis Garcia from Triple-A Gwinnett on Saturday.

7/25/2015 | Hall weekend a brilliant blur for four inductees

There have been words of encouragement from Tom Seaver and coffee with George Brett. There was a fireside chat with Gaylord Perry and a stroll down memory lane with Bobby Cox.

7/25/2015 | Freeman back with Atlanta after brief rehab stint

After a rehab assignment lasting just one game, Freddie Freeman was activated from the 15-day disabled list and rejoined the Braves ahead of schedule in St. Louis on Saturday.

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