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The key home games you will want to have buy Braves tickets for in 2014:
- Eastern Division rival Washington Nationals
- NL champion St. Louis Cardinals
- World Series champion Boston Red Sox
- NL West champion LA Dodgers
- AL West champion Oakland A’s
Latest Atlanta Braves Ticket Updates:
Atlanta Braves tickets are still available for the Hall of Fame Poster Giveaway game against the San Diego Padres on Saturday, July 27. Find 2014 Braves tickets with 755 Club access on this site. The Braves are giving away a Evan Gattis Bobblehead to the first 20,000 fans Wednesday, August 13 against the Dodgers.
- 7/21/14: After taking two of three games from the Phillies, Atlanta opens a four-game series against the Miami Marlins. All-Star starting pitcher Julio Teheran will face Tom Koehler of the Marlins. Braves catcher Evan Gattis will be activated today from the disabled-list. Before his DL stint, Gattis was hitting .290 with 16 home runs in 2014.
- 7/15/14: The Braves return to Turner Field after the All-Star Break. Ervin Santana will start for the baseball team Friday. Manager Fredi Gonzalez has not announced his starting pitching rotaton following the break.
- 6/13/14: Atlanta baseball tickets are still available for the Father's Day Weekend series against the Los Angeles Angels. Find 2014 Braves tickets with 755 Club access on this site. The Braves are giving away a Greg Maddux Bobblehead to the first 20,000 fans Tuesday, June 17 against the Phillies.
- 6/9/14: The Braves return to Turner Field on Friday after a seven-game road trip. Inter-league play continues as the Atlanta baseball team faces the Los Angeles Angels at home. The Father's Day game has been rescheduled to 8:00 pm EST. Great 2014 Atlanta Braves tickets are still available for this weekend series starting as low as $13. Look for the best seats with 755 Club access and premium parking passes.
- 6/6/14: The Atlanta Braves baseball club selected power-hitting OF/1B Braxton Davidson with their first round pick in the 2014 MLB Draft. The scouting report on Davidson is that he posses a strong bat and below average defense. With Freddie Freeman locked up at first base, he will likely see more playing time as a corner outfielder. Front Row Seats has the cheapest prices online for 2014 Atlanta Braves baseball tickets.
- 6/21/14: The Atlanta Braves entered their series against the Brewers, losers of four of their last six game. The offense has heated up and the pitching has been remarkable. The team is averaging 6 runs a game during the stretch. Winners of three straight games, the club looks for their first series win since facing the Cubs at Turner Field in early May. You can purchase last minute tickets for all upcoming home games - even on gameday. Orders can be picked up at will call at the Braves stadium. Group seats for 8+ people are also on-sale for the Memorial Day game against the World Champion Boston Red Sox.
- 5/19/14: Jordan Schafer's key at-bat in the ninth inning lead the Braves to a two-out rally against the Cardinals. The team went on to win the game 6-5 after scoring two-runs in the top of the ninth. Atlanta returns to Turner Field to play the Brewers. Tickets to Memorial Day weekend are still available.
- 5/15/14: Evan Gattis' first career triple put the Braves on the board first Tuesday night against the San Francisco Giants. Mike Minor and the team went on to shutout the Giants 5-0. Despite putting up five runs, the hitting woes continue. Slumping second basemen, Dan Uggla, has not started since May 6 against the Cardinals. He was left off the 2013 post season roster and his future with the team remains uncertain.
- 5/9/14: The Atlanta Braves close out their home trip against the Chicago Cubs. Since returning to Turner Field, the club has dropped five of their last six games. The baseball team faces some tough pitching matchups this weekend against the CHC rotation. Tickets start on sale as low as $14. Group tickets for 10 or more seats, start at $22. Exclusive seats to these games include 755 Club Access and a 33% food and non-alcoholic beverage discount.
- 5/2/14: Third baseman Chris Johnson and the Atlanta Braves agreed to a 3-year/$23.5 million contract extension. The deal includes a club option in 2018 for $10 million. CJ was packaged in the Justin Upton trade with Arizona last year. He is currently batting .255, with 1 home run and 4 runs batted in.
- 5/1/14: Celebrate good times, come on! Award winning '70s group Kool & the Gang will perform at Turner Field this Saturday, May 3 following the Braves and Giants game. There are a limited number of seats remaining to see one of the greatest funk bands of all time.
- 4/29/14: Iconic rock band Weezer, announced that they will perform following the Braves games on Tuesday, August 12. The group is known for hit songs, "Buddy Holly" and "Say it aint So."
- 4/24/14: Braves catcher Evan Gattis continues to soar in the month of April. In Wednesday's game against the Marlins, he came off the bench to pinch-hit in the eight inning and doubled in the winning runs. Gattis is hitting .321 with five home runs and 11 RBI's during the month of April.
- 4/20/14: The Atlanta Braves visited Philadelphia earlier this week and took two of three games from the Phillies. Their road trip continued onward towards New York. Despite a shaky ninth inning Saturday evening, the Braves defeated the Mets 7-5. Resulting in another series win. Baseball returns to Turner Field on Monday, April 21 as the Miami Marlins come to town. Mike Minor threw 60 pitches in a rehab session over the weekend. The starting pitcher may be ready to return in mid-May.
- 4/17/14: Julio Teheran was remarkable against the Philadelphia Phillies tossing a 3-hit shutout. The only run of the game came off an Evan Gattis solo HR that barely cleared the wall.
- 4/16/14: After dropping their home opening series to the New York Mets, the Atlanta Braves swept the Washington Nationals at Turner Field. On Monday, they smashed five home runs against the Philadelphia Phillies. Evan Gattis and Dan Uggla each homered twice in the game.
- 4/9/14: The Atlanta Braves and MLB honored the 40th anniversary of Hank Aaron's 715th home run Tuesday. Commissioner Bud Selig spoke at the ceremony and hinted that Aaaron is still baseball's true home run king. Turner Field hosted a sell out crowd of 47,144 fans. Braves tickets to Opening Day were some of the highest priced tickets in baseball.
- 4/6/14: The Braves return to Turner Field Tuesday, April 8 for Opening Day against the New York Mets. Starting pitcher Julio Teheran pitched seven-innings of two-run baseball Friday night. He is now 1-1 on the season. The Atlanta Braves expect Ervin Santana to be activated from Triple-A this week.
- 4/2/14: First baseman Freddie Freeman hit two solo home runs to lead the Atlanta Braves to a 5-2 win against the Brewers. Alex Wood pitched seven-innings of one-run ball. Opening Day Atlanta Braves tickets are still available. The average price of outfield seats at Turner Field are $68. Braves dugout seats are limited and the current average price is $168.
- 3/30/14: The Atlanta Braves are sending another pitcher to Tommy John specialist Dr. James Andrews. This time, it is a relief pitcher, Cory Gearrin. According to General Manager Frank Wren, Gearrin may need surgery on his right elbow. He has a damaged UCL and the team will know how to proceed early next week. The side armer has a career 4.28 ERA and 2.06 strikeout to walk ratio. He was expected to play a key role in the bullpen as a middle reliever. After placing Gearrin on the disabled list, the Braves added Gus Schlosser and Ian Thomas to their Opening Day roster.
- 3/25/14: With preseason baseball nearing an end, the Atlanta Braves named Julio Teheran their Opening Day starter. The font office was forced two sign two starting pitchers to replace Kris Medlen and Brandon Beachy. The revamped rotation now features Ervin Santana and Aaron Harang. Gavin Floyd and Mike Minor could return in May, both players were placed on the disabled list earlier this week.
- 3/17/14: First baseman Freddie Freeman left Saturday's Spring Training game early with a thumb injury. Braves fan gained a sigh of relief when they learned that the team pulled their Opening Day starter as precautionary measures. No X-Rays were taken.
- 3/12/14: The Atlanta Braves signed starting pitcher Ervin Santana to a 1-year/$14 million deal. Heading into Opening Day, the team need to add depth to the starting rotation. The Braves need to move quick to get Santana some starts in Spring Training.
- 3/7/14: Outfield prospect Matt Lipka is turning heads in Atlanta Braves Spring Training with his speed. He turned a bloop single into a home run after a throwing error. Drafted as a wide receiver from Texas, Lipka brings a lot talent and is still transitioning into his role as a baseball player.
- 3/3/14: Cuban catcher Yenier Bello agreed to a minor league contract with the Atlanta Braves. The deal includes an invite to Braves Spring Training. This move was likely made to add depth to the organization. The team already has Evan Gattis, Gerald Laird, and prospect Christian Bethancourt competing for roster sports to catch. Manager Fredi Gonzalez suggested "El Oso Blanco" will start 125 games behind the plate.
- 2/25/14: The Braves announced that they will induct former catcher Javy Lopez into the franchise's Hall of Fame. The ceremony will be held before the game against the Rockies on Friday, May 23. Lopez was a member of the 1995 World Series team.
- 2/21/14: The Atlanta Braves agreed to a 7-year/$58 million extension with shortstop Andrelton Simmons. The second year infielder received his first Gold Glove in 2013.
- 2/19/14: The Braves extended General Manager Frank Wren and skipper Fredi Gonzalez. Both deals were set to expire after this season. The franchise did not want their contracts to be an issue. Wren has been with the team since 2007 and Gonzalez rejoined in 2011.
- 2/16/14: Frank Wren and the Atlanta Braves continue to extend their young players. Closer Craig Kimbrel agreed to a 4-year/$42 million deal with a fifth-year option worth $13 million. He can earn an additional $3 million in bonuses. The team has spent $222 million over the past few weeks by extending players - and their spending habits do not appear to be complete. The organization suggests they want to sign other players to long-term deals. Mike Minor is another candidate, though some believe he wants to test free agency.
- 2/14/14: SP Julio Teheran and the Atlanta Braves agreed to terms on a six-year contract extension. The Colombian pitcher will have a 7th year option for 2020. He will earn $32.4 million. General Manager Frank Wren also discussed his desire to sign shortstop Andrelton Simmons to a long-term deal.
- 2/10/14: The Braves unveiled a new Spring Training hat. Pitchers and Catchers report on Thursday. The position players are due in next Tuesday and the first full workout is next Wednesday. Last year, several position players reported to camp early.
- 2/2/14: The Atlanta Braves agreed to an eight-year contract with first baseman Freddie Freeman. The team also signed outfielder Jason Heyward two a two-year deal.
Adam LaRoche's first home run against a left-handed pitcher since May 28, 2013, came at the perfect time for the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night. The first baseman's three-run shot in the seventh off Rex Brothers broke a 4-4 tie and gave the Nationals a 7-4 win over the Colorado Rockies, who lost their seventh consecutive game. Third baseman Ryan Zimmerman strained his right hamstring while running hard to first to avoid a double play in the sixth. The Nationals are 33-19 with Zimmerman in the lineup, averaging 4.9 runs per game.
Chase Headley came through in his fourth at-bat as a Yankee, hitting a game-winning single in the 14th inning as New York outlasted the Texas Rangers for a 2-1 victory Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium. The switch-hitting third baseman entered the game as a pinch hitter for Zelous Wheeler in the eighth and was hitless in his first three at-bats. With runners at first and third in the 14th, Headley singled into left field against Nick Tepesch (3-6). Yankees second baseman Brian Roberts easily scored, ending the 4-hour, 51-minute marathon.
The Miami Marlins haven't had much success in Atlanta over the past five seasons, but clinching a four-game series with one to play would be a step in the right direction. The Marlins can secure just their third series victory at Turner Field since 2010 with a victory over the Braves on Wednesday night. Miami (47-52) is 2-10-1 in series at Atlanta since the start of that season, resulting in a 15-26 record. The Marlins haven't won three straight there since a streak of four victories that began with a three-game sweep in April 2009.
Jacob Turner is sticking in Miami's rotation for at least one more start. Turner allowed two runs in his first start in six weeks and the Marlins knocked Mike Minor out of the game early in their 6-5 win over the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday night. Turner (3-6) made his return to the rotation after eight relief appearances and performed just as manager Mike Redmond hoped. He ended the inning when Evan Gattis hit into a double play.
To get back in the National League East race, the Miami Marlins must play better on the road and within the division. Despite a late scare from the Atlanta Braves, the Marlins are doing just that at Turner Field. Second baseman Donovan Solano had a career-best four hits, Jacob Turner was successful in his return to the rotation, and the Marlins held on for a 6-5 victory Tuesday night. Solano, hitting .405 in his last 13 games to raise his average to .261, a double and a walk in a 4-for-4 game as the Marlins (47-52) assured themselves of at least a split of the four-game series.
Marlins' Fernandez on track to make next start
Braves' Simmons turns in another stunning defensive play
(Adds later games) July 21 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of Monday's Major League baseball games - - - Orioles 4, Angels 2 Adam Jones hit a pair of two-run home runs to give the Baltimore Orioles a victory over the Los Angeles Angels. Right-hander Bud Norris (8-6) induced nine groundouts and eight strikeouts in six 2/3 innings while allowing two runs (one earned), eight hits and two walks. The Orioles' (54-44) third victory in five games enabled them to expand their lead over the New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays to four games in the American League's East. ...
At this point, it's not news that Andrelton Simmons did something impressive on a baseball field. The Atlanta Braves shortstop has already established himself as a Gold Glover and one of baseball's elite defenders . But just because we're used to seeing Simmons pulling off wonderful defensive plays doesn't mean we can't sit and appreciate his wizardry each time he puts it on display again.
Look at what Simmons did Monday night against the Miami Marlins . It was the top of the fourth inning and the Marlins had leadoff man Christian Yelich at first base. He took off running on the pitch, a hit-and-run attempt that sent Simmons to cover second base. Jordany Valdespin hit the ball to the left of Simmons, which generally would make for a successful hit-and-run. But not with Simmons on patrol.
He hit the brakes, dove the other direction and grabbed the ball. He then jumped to his feet for a split second and changed directions again to tag second base for the force out. He had very little time to do all this, of course, because Yelich was nearly to second when Simmons fielded the ball.
To get the out, this play needed to happen in one weird but beautiful moment, and Simmons was just the man for the job.
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The Miami Marlins couldn't take advantage of a bases-loaded opportunity with no outs in the ninth inning. Garrett Jones drove in two runs with a bases-loaded single in the 10th inning, lifting Miami to a 3-1 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Monday night. It was an important win for a Miami team trying to retain its fading playoff hopes. ''It's a huge series,'' said Marlins starter Tom Koehler, who allowed one run in 6 2-3 innings.