Heads not held high: The story of the 2014 Braves. (David Goldman/AP photo)

Have the Braves quit on Fredi G. and themselves?

8:04 am Sep. 22, 2014

One week ago, the Atlanta Braves opened a 10-game homestand against Washington and Stephen Strasburg, a team and a pitcher they’d come to own. They weren’t in great shape, playoff-wise, but they had a chance:

"I find this ejection unacceptable." (Curtis Compton/AJC)

The .500 Braves are facing change. But how much?

9:24 am Sep. 16, 2014

On the night of Sept. 15, the Atlanta Braves completed their downward journey to break-even. After 150 games, they’re where they were on April Fools’ Day. Then they were 1-1. They’re now 75-75. They’re no

Kind of says it all, doesn't it? (Alex Brandon/AP)

Meanwhile, back at the Braves: Is all hope gone?

8:19 am Sep. 10, 2014

Can’t you just see it? Fifteen days from now, the Atlanta Braves will have swept four games from Pittsburgh to clinch the second wild card and the champagne will be flowing in the home clubhouse