Snitker signs two-year extension with Braves

A little more than two years after being named Atlanta's interim manager, Brian Snitker can proudly say he remains the man tabbed with the responsibility of leading the Braves into the next decade.… Read More
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Snitker expresses desire to continue with Braves

Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos will wait until early next week to announce his coaching staff for the 2019 season. But he and his top aides spent most of Tuesday meeting with manager Brian Snitker and the coaches who helped the team exceed all expectations on the way to winning the National League East.… Read More
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Missed opportunities halt Braves’ surprising run

Though overmatched by the powerful Dodgers during this year's National League Division Series, the Braves hope to benefit from the experience if they are fortunate enough to live up to their expectation to be annual postseason participants over the next few years.… Read More
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Braves’ ahead-of-schedule run ends in Gm 4

The Braves' remarkable 2018 season came to its end Monday night at SunTrust Park, where the Dodgers rallied against Atlanta's bullpen and held on to win the best-of-five National League Division Series in four games.… Read More
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Snitker prepared to call on Vizcaino in Game 4

Arodys Vizcaino managed to escape potential ninth-inning disaster while helping the Braves claim a 6-5 win over the Dodgers in Game 3 of the National League Division Series on Sunday night at SunTrust Park. Will he'll be physically capable of handling his role as closer in Monday afternoon's Game 4?… Read More
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Folty gets call with Braves’ season on the line

As Mike Foltynewicz enjoyed his 27th birthday on Sunday afternoon, he figured the best gift he could receive would be the opportunity to make at least one more start this season. He got it when the Braves staved off elimination by beating the Dodgers, 6-5, in Game 3 of the NLDS Sunday night, as the right-hander will start Game 4 on Monday afternoon at SunTrust Park.… Read More
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Move over, Mantle: Acuna youngest to hit playoff GS

Ronald Acuna Jr. passed Mickey Mantle to become the youngest player to hit a grand slam in the postseason, leading the Braves to a 6-5 win over the Dodgers in Game 3 of the National League Division Series on Sunday night at SunTrust Park.… Read More
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Freeman’s HR keeps Braves alive in NLDS

Sitting on the brink of elimination and having already blown a five-run lead gained on Ronald Acuna Jr.'s historic grand slam, the Braves received the jolt they needed when Freddie Freeman connected on a go-ahead homer that ensured the National League Division Series will go to a fourth game.… Read More
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