4:29 AM EDT, Tue April 24, 2018
Stewart outrighted to Triple-A, Suzuki returns to lineup

Stewart outrighted to Triple-A, Suzuki returns to lineup

Veteran catcher Chris Stewart was outrighted by the Braves to Triple-A Gwinnett on Friday, accepting the assignment rather than opting for free agency after clearing waivers.
Tomahawk Take Apr 4, 2018

Atlanta Braves DFA’d catcher Chris Stewart, meaning Kurt Suzuki is good to go?

Braves DFA’d Stewart, Suzuki ready to return? Prior to the afternoon game with the Washington Nationals, the Atlanta Braves announced that they have decided to designate for assignment veteran catcher Chris Stewart.  The news caught me, as well as a lot of others, off guard. The catcher position has been a hot topic so far […] Atlanta Braves DFA’d catcher Chris Stewart, meaning Kurt Suzuki is good to go? - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - An Atlanta Braves Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
TalkingChop Apr 4, 2018
Braves call up Luke Jackson, designate Chris Stewart for assignment

Braves call up Luke Jackson, designate Chris Stewart for assignment

The Atlanta Braves made another roster move in advance of Wednesday’s series finale against the Washington Nationals. Atlanta has selected the contract of reliever Luke Jackson from Triple-A Gwinnett and designated catcher Chris Stewart for assignment. The #Braves today selected the contract of Luke Jackson from Triple-A Gwinnett and designated C Chris Stewart for assignment. Jackson will wear No. 64.— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) April 4, 2018 Jackson was dropped from the spring roster after allowing seven hits and five earned runs in 5.1 innings. He appeared in 43 games for the...

Chris Stewart thrust into action as injury bug strikes Braves catchers

Chris Stewart is the last Braves catcher standing just two games into the season.
TalkingChop Mar 31, 2018
Suzuki hopes to return early next week from hand injury

Suzuki hopes to return early next week from hand injury

As of now, Kurt Suzuki is day to day after being hit in the hand by a pitch on Friday For the time being, it appears that Kurt Suzuki will avoid a DL stint which would have made the Braves’ catcher position very, very thin. On Opening Day, the Braves’ Tyler Flowers went down with a strained oblique and could miss as much as a month of the season as he recovers. This made Kurt Suzuki the de facto starting catcher with Chris Stewart serving as the primary back-up. As a result, when Suzuki was plunked hard in the hand by a pitch in Friday night’s game, Braves fans everywhere were...

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