Charlie Culberson is returning to the Atlanta Braves with a minor league contract, with an invitation to the big league camp in spring training.
SunTrust and BB&T have combined into a megabank with a new name, Truist, but the completion of their merger won't immediately change the name of the Atlanta Braves home field.
Hamels says the Braves were one of six teams he was following and rooting for in the playoffs
The Atlanta Braves hosted a special Thanksgiving dinner a week early for those who serve the community on the holiday.
In all the exciting news coming out of the Atlanta Braves front office this week, one major announcement seemed to have slipped through the cracks. Spring Training tickets are now on sale.
New Braves closer wasted no time after his new team introduced him this afternoon at SunTrust Park, getting back in the gym to get ready for 2020.
Chris Martin will be wearing a Braves jersey again next season. The Atlanta Braves announced the righty was picked up on a two-year contract worth $14 million.
The Braves are not promising Will Smith the closer's role.
The Atlanta Braves appear to have found themselves a closer.
Braves manager Brian Snitker finished third in National League Manager of the Year voting, a year after winning the award for the first time
The MLB announced the finalists for its annual superlatives Monday night, and two Braves were among the finalists.
The Braves have re-signed outfielder Nick Markakis and catcher Tyler Flowers to $4 million, one-year contracts for 2020 after declining their team options.
How many people can say they ran into the person they dressed up as for Halloween while trick-or-treating?
Neither of their teams is in this year’s World Series, but the New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves are the only teams that mattered for a Polk County couple.
Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman has undergone arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow after a nagging injury that limited him late in the season and into playoffs.
One day later, Brian Snitker had shed his uniform but was still wearing the pain of yet another one-and-done postseason exit for the Atlanta Braves.
A curse-filled clubhouse victory speech by St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Shildt that went viral after a player posted it on social media showed a different side to the usually mild-mannered skipper -- and while he was sorry Thursday that his colorful language got leaked, he did not feel bad about the gist of his message.
Atlanta Braves catcher Brian McCann is hanging up his gear. The 35-year-old from Athens, Georgia made the announcement following the Braves loss Wednesday to the St. Louis Cardinals in the NL Division Series.
With a stunning outburst their first time up, the St. Louis Cardinals scored 10 runs for the biggest opening inning in postseason history and dealt the Atlanta Braves another playoff heartbreak with a 13-1 rout in decisive Game 5 of the NL Division Series on Wednesday.
The Atlanta Braves are back home for the final game of the National League Divison Series against the Cardinals.