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2019 Schedule
97-65, 1st in NL East

On October 11, 1992, Deion Sanders attempted to play two pro sports in the same day

On October 11, 1992, Deion Sanders attempted to play two pro sports in the same day

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Snitker: Getting over latest exit will 'take a while'

Manager Brian Snitker had no quick explanation for the Braves' record-tying 10th straight loss in a postseason round and says he will need time to "get over" the team's latest exit, capped with the lopsided loss to the Cardinals in Wednesday's Game 5.


BBTN: Roberts' Decisions, Kershaw's Legacy, ALDS Preview

After the Dodgers fall short in October once again, Buster and Keith Law talk about Dave Roberts' handling of the bullpen and how Clayton Kershaw's poor performance affects his career narrative (20:43). Plus, they discuss Stephen Strasburg's resilience and the Cardinals' thrashing of the Braves. Sarah Langs also plays "The Numbers Game" (38:47) and The Athletic's Jake Kaplan previews tonight's ALDS Game 5 between the Astros and Rays (45:22).

Freeman takes all the blame for elimination (1:57)
McCann announces retirement: 'This is it for me' (0:46)

This Just In  

Atlanta Braves catcher Brian McCann said following the team's Game 5 NLDS loss to the Cardinals that he's retiring. "This is it for me," he told reporters in the locker room, saying he made the decision about a month and a half ago. "I'm gonna go home, be a dad, and play with those kids." A seven-time All-Star and six-time Silver Slugger, McCann hit .249 with 12 homers and 45 RBIs in 85 games this season.

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So much for Game 5 drama in Atlanta. The Cardinals put up the first 10-run first inning in postseason history and are well on their way to celebrating a spot in the NLCS.

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Braves limit Tomahawk Chop in Game 5 of NLDS

The Braves took action to "reduce the Tomahawk Chop" during Game 5 of the NLDS out of respect for Cardinals pitcher Ryan Helsley, a member of the Cherokee Nation.

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Hot hand: Braves' Duvall to start Game 5

Atlanta Braves outfielder Adam Duvall will start Wednesday in Game 5 of the NLDS against the St. Louis Cardinals after coming off the bench in the first four games of the series.


BBTN: ALDS, NLDS Game 5's, Hembo Knows

With three winner-take-all Game 5's now set, Buster and Jon Sciambi break down Tampa's win last night, the Walker Buehler/Stephen Strasburg pitching matchup, Freddie Freeman's struggles and more (11:32). Plus, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post Dispatch discusses the compelling Braves/Cardinals series, the making of Jack Flaherty and the X-factors for tonight's game (28:38). And, "Hembo Knows" (36:02).

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Molina makes throat-slash gesture as Cards win

Yadier Molina made a throat-slashing gesture as he celebrated on the field after hitting the winning sacrifice fly in the 10th inning of the Cardinals' 5-4 victory over the Braves in Game 4 of the NL Division Series on Monday.


BBTN: Clutch Braves, LAD's Dominance, Cap Talk

The Braves pull off a stunning comeback and the Dodgers shell Patrick Corbin. Buster and Tim Kurkjian recap a wild divisional series weekend by discussing Atlanta's clutch gene, the Yankees' plate discipline, if the Rays can salvage a game against the confident Astros and more (14:22). Plus, ESPN's Alden Gonzalez previews tonight's Dodgers/Nationals Game 4 (34:04) and Todd Radom joins for a playoff-themed "Cap Talk" (42:56).

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2589th
On Base Percentage.3367th
Slugging Percentage.4528th
Earned Run Average4.1910th
Quality Starts76Tied-7th