What if the Braves drafted Todd Van Poppel instead of Chipper Jones? Tim Kurkjian imagines how it could have impacted the National League.
Through hard work, Tim Hudson has fought back from Tommy John surgery to become one of the most effective pitchers in baseball this season.
A lot has changed in Atlanta, but not Chipper Jones, who is still with the Braves and has no intention of going anyplace else.
What keeps John Smoltz coming back for more year after year? His insatiable appetite for competition.
It seems like an eternity since the Braves spent a summer out of playoff contention, but it's fast becoming a reality this year.
After 16 seasons as the Braves' pitching coach, Leo Mazzone finds himself in a new environment in Baltimore, writes Tim Kurkjian.
In his third season away from Coors, Mike Hampton finally has the confidence to pitch like the Hampton of old, says Tim Kurkjian.
J.D. Drew and the Braves face a fierce challenge from Roger Clemens, Roy Oswalt and the hot Astros.
With several closers out with injuries, bullpens on the whole are struggling to get those precious late-inning outs.