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Unbelievable! The Braves’ 1991 worst to first season
Who ever would have believed a baseball team could convince us eternity doesn’t last forever? Well, that actually happened back in autumn of 1991—the year October began to taste like honey, when leaves turned brighter shades of gold and crimson, and Atlanta nights felt fresh as mountain air.
Mark DeRosa joins MLB Network
This season our own Mark DeRosa joins the likes of Harold Reynolds and Al Leiter behind the desk of MLB Tonight, the MLB Network’s signature nightly highlight and analysis show.
Tweets of the Day: June 8, 2012—Smoltz Edition
As the Braves induct pitcher John Smoltz into their Hall of Fame, Twitter reacts:
Smoltz’s Hall of Fame induction, Sid’s slide celebrates 20 this weekend at Turner Field
Of course, the main reason to lose your voice screaming at The Ted this weekend is tonight's sure-to-be-tearful salute to John Smoltz as his No. 29 jersey is retired forever when the iconic pitcher is inducted into the Braves Hall of Fame during a pre-game ceremony at Turner Field.
One and Done
By any measure, John Smoltz’s twenty-two-year professional career was remarkable. A Cy Young winner and eight-time All-Star, Smoltz is the most recent pitcher to join the 3,000 strikeout club and the only one ever to top both 200 wins and 150 saves.