Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Bobby Cox made their mark over a decade and a half with class and a penchant for winning baseball games.
Legendary managers Bobby Cox, Joe Torre and Tony La Russa will be inducted into the Hall of Fame together, and rightfully so.
By leaving Turner Field after the 2016 season for a new ballpark in nearby Cobb County, the Braves will put themselves in a much better situation financially.
The Braves have had a great regular season, but the postseason could be a totally different story.
For the Braves, Kris Medlen seems like the logical choice. For other teams, however, the decision might not be so easy under baseball's new postseason format.
Chipper Jones couldn't keep it a secret any longer. The longtime Braves third baseman announced Thursday that the 2012 season will be his last.
The recent Jorge Posada fiasco brings to mind other instances in which once prominent players had a bad ending with their respective teams.
Chipper Jones is returning to a whole new world this year as he comes back from a season-ending ACL injury, from Bobby Cox's exit to Dan Uggla's arrival to a complete makeover of the NL East.
What has enabled Cliff Lee to be so good in October? Other pitching coaches cite his flawless mechanics and supreme confidence.
Lining up Cole Hamels, Roy Halladay and Roy Oswalt in succession certainly makes facing the Phillies a daunting challenge.
Athletically gifted Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright has three major awards in his sights: a Cy Young, a Gold Glove and a Silver Slugger.
Zack Greinke, who struggled with his emotions and nearly quit the game, is at ease with himself and finding comfort in making hitters uneasy at the plate.
At the age of 23, rookie right-hander Tommy Hanson offers the Braves promise for not only the present but also the future.
While the Blue Jays and Phillies continue to haggle over prospects, Starting 9 revisits some trades involving highly touted minor leaguers who became major league busts.
Tom Glavine reached agreement on a one-year contract with the Atlanta Braves that could pay him $4.5 million if he attains all his incentives.
Sources tell ESPN.com that Ken Griffey Jr. has decided to sign with the Mariners.