Bryce Ball Looks Like A 24th-Round Steal
The 24th-round first baseman showed impressive power in his first pro season between two minor league stops.
Young Outfield Duo Gives Braves Options
Top prospects Cristian Pache and Drew Waters could form two-thirds of the Braves' outfield of the future.
Braden Shewmake Exceeds Expectations
After a successful pro debut, the 2019 first-rounder could move quickly through the minors and supply depth.
More Young Arms On The Way To Atlanta
Tucker Davidson and Jasseel de la Cruz saw ample Double-A time and should factor for the 2020 Braves, especially now that they're on the 40-man roster.
Mike Soroka Rewards Braves For Defying Convention
The Braves don't believe that curtailing workloads for young pitchers is beneficial, and Soroka provided a point in their favor.
Braves View Austin Riley As Vital To Future
Riley won rookie of the month honors in May but struggled to produce consistently afterward.
Ian Anderson: Braves 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
The No. 3 overall pick in 2016, Anderson has cemented himself as the Braves' top pitching prospect.
Tucker Davidson Rises Up The Ranks
The Braves' newly minted top 10 prospect, Davidson had a 2.04 ERA through 92.2 innings with Double-A Mississippi.
Kasey Kalich Is Poised To Move Quickly
The Braves loaded up on college position players early in the 2019 draft, making the Texas A&M reliever their top pitcher drafted.
Patrick Weigel Once Again On The Cusp Of The Majors
After undergoing Tommy John surgery in June 2017, Weigel is back healthy and could be on the verge of his major league debut.