Three players -- Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Frank Thomas -- were elected Wednesday to the Hall of Fame, but the voters still have no idea how to resolve the fate of many of the greatest players of all time.
There's still a long, long way to go, but here's what we've learned from the first 30 games or so.
Could this be the final season of Chipper Jones' career? It's possible, and the veteran third baseman won't fight it if he feels it's time to walk away from the game.
For those still clinging to 2008, the Braves and Phillies offered up evidence that, yes, this isn't last year anymore.
Ken Griffey Jr. has been sending signals -- some subtle, some not so subtle -- that he'd love to be a Brave.
The Braves are finding it hard to get used to a clubhouse without John Smoltz in it.
With his shoulder aching at age 41, John Smoltz knows his only choice toward helping the Braves in 2008 is to return to the bullpen.
While the Mets and Phillies have engaged in a war of words, the Braves have quietly built a team with a mind-set to win it all in 2008.
After sitting on the sidelines for 2.5 years thanks to injuries, Mike Hampton is back in spring training with a baseball in his hands. And he's loving every minute of it.
Tom Glavine is a man who looks like a Brave, feels like a Brave, even sounds like a Brave. Always has. Always will.
He grew up idolizing the Maddux-Glavine-Smoltz holy trinity. Now, Tim Hudson is part of Atlanta's fabled rotation.
From "unhittable" pitchers to very "hittable" pitchers, the numbers offer the cold, hard facts.
From blown out knees to sneezing attacks, the 2004 season had its share of ridiculous injuries.
The National Pastime is also the sport of reincarnation. How else do you explain Ruben Sierra's season?
The players' union isn't for continuing the present All-Star Game format, but favors changes to the playoff system.