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Pete Orr, left, hit a career-low .200 in just 65 at-bats this past season for the Braves.
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After an uneventful Major League phase of the Rule 5 Draft in which no Braves players were taken, the Arizona Diamondbacks selected right-handed pitcher Mike Lee from Mississippi's roster in the Triple-A phase of the draft.
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As Frank Wren stated, much of the Braves focus this offseason will be on ancillary parts.
For Atlanta Braves shortstop Tyler Pastornicky, the potential to play in the big leagues was always in his blood, and in 2008, that destiny became his reality.
Aug 30, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Atlanta Braves second baseman Dan Uggla singles against the Miami Marlins during the seventh inning at Turner Field.
Torre, La Russa and Cox will be celebrating their Hall of Fame induction this fall.
The Atlanta Braves won the National League East last season rather handily over the second place Washington Nationals.
When the National Baseball Hall of Fame welcomed three new managers this week, Ron Gardenhire's dugout longevity became even more notable.
One week after the Braves were eliminated by the Dodgers in a four-game division series, Braves general manager Frank Wren met with the team's beat writers and discussed the 2013 season and the team's needs going into the offseason.
The Braves struggled all year in finding consistent production in the leadoff spot.
The GOP establishment in Cobb County, Georgia wants to spend upwards to $600 million in local tax dollars to help the Atlanta Braves move north of downtown Atlanta.
Despite running away with the NL East by winning 96 games, the Atlanta Braves were not without issues in the 2013 season.
Sep 27, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Cliff Lee pitches in the third inning against the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field.
Miami Marlins first baseman Logan Morrison reacts to getting picked off at first in the third inning against the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field.
One of the more intriguing "what-if"'s of American politics is to wonder what the Tea Party would have looked like if it hadn't been bought and paid for by Dick Armey and the Koch brothers.
"I don't see, necessarily, a front-line move," Wren said. "I see more support moves, where you are adding a bench bat that can give you power off the bench.