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Apr 3, 2020

A List of My Top Braves Home Openers Over Last 12 Years

With the Atlanta Braves home opener supposed to be on Friday, April 3, we take a look back at some of my favorites over the past 12 years. I’ve been fortunate enough to go to every Atlanta Braves home opener for 12 straight seasons, and I had tickets to go this year. Hopefully whenever baseball […] A List of My Top Braves Home Openers Over Last 12 Years - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Apr 3, 2020

Atlanta Braves: The trip that could have been

A trip to see the Atlanta Braves, the Masters, and the Final Four in a span of five days—it seemed too good to be true. Being that I live in Kansas, the opportunities to see the Atlanta Braves are obviously few and far between. They play the Royals in Kansas City once every three years […] Atlanta Braves: The trip that could have been - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Apr 2, 2020

Which Atlanta Braves players does the delay help and hurt?

Unprecedented times indeed are upon us. We should be getting into the flow of things in the 2020 schedule and the Atlanta Braves should already have swept the Arizona Diamondbacks and San Diego Padres, but here we are. We can do nothing but look forward to the day when Atlanta Braves baseball is once again […] Which Atlanta Braves players does the delay help and hurt? - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Apr 2, 2020

Braves History: One Great Season from Rogers Hornsby

We look back at the history of the Braves franchise and focus in on one of the best offensive seasons in the team’s history. How many of you knew Rogers Hornsby played for the Braves? If you raised your hand, put it down, no one cares. But if you did know, then you knew more […] Braves History: One Great Season from Rogers Hornsby - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Apr 1, 2020

Atlanta Braves: Powerful Story of “El Oso Blanco” Evan Gattis

The former Atlanta Braves slugger has announced that he is done with baseball. We take a look back at his run with the Braves. Former Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros slugger Evan Gattis has officially announced his career as a Major League Baseball player is finished. Some using this as an opportunity to joke about […] Atlanta Braves: Powerful Story of “El Oso Blanco” Evan Gattis - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Apr 1, 2020

What my Atlanta Braves and MLB schedule would look like

March 26th has passed, that was supposed to be one of the best, most beautiful day’s of the year as the Atlanta Braves were supposed to start off the season against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Yet we sit here with no baseball for at least the next six weeks. Obviously these are unprecedented times that many […] What my Atlanta Braves and MLB schedule would look like - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Apr 1, 2020

MLB Likely to Play Games Without Crowds And That’s OK

It’s becoming more and more clearer that if MLB is going to resume playing games, they’ll have to do so without people in the stands. Playing without fans is something MLB and other sports have considered already. We’ve seen several events already played without fans. And while it is certainly strange to watch an event […] MLB Likely to Play Games Without Crowds And That’s OK - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Mar 31, 2020

Atlanta Braves: Revisiting the trade that sent Adam Wainwright to St. Louis

With Atlanta Braves baseball on hiatus, we reflect back on a very famous trade involving a couple of big baseball names between the Braves and the Cardinals. What a wonderful time to revisit famous trades. Today we travel back in time to December of 2003. The Atlanta Braves were gearing up for a run at […] Atlanta Braves: Revisiting the trade that sent Adam Wainwright to St. Louis - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Mar 30, 2020

Atlanta Braves Right Field Position Preview: Ronald Acuna vs. NL East

This is our next installment in the 2020 edition of our annual series evaluating the Atlanta Braves’ position players against the rest of the National League East. Today we preview how the Atlanta Braves stack up against the rest of the NL East in right field. I’m going to utilize Fangraphs’ WAR projections to organize […] Atlanta Braves Right Field Position Preview: Ronald Acuna vs. NL East - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Mar 30, 2020

Atlanta Braves: is Touki Toussaint just in the wrong place?

Nobody is questioning the talent of Atlanta Braves starter Touki Toussaint.  The biggest question is how he can get back to the majors. Just after operations were shut down in Florida, the Atlanta Braves optioned right-hander Touki Toussaint to the Gwinnett Stripers.  This happened on March 19 as a ‘solo’ transaction. This wasn’t exactly a […] Atlanta Braves: is Touki Toussaint just in the wrong place? - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Mar 29, 2020

Atlanta Braves Podcast episode 14: a chat with Kiley McDaniel

How do you learn scouting?  How do you go from ‘no experience in baseball’ to be working for the Atlanta Braves?  We have a treat for you this week on the podcast. The MLB draft is going to change this year – we still don’t know exactly what form that will take, but we’re already […] Atlanta Braves Podcast episode 14: a chat with Kiley McDaniel - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Mar 27, 2020

Atlanta Braves and the new service time agreement for 2020

The Atlanta Braves could be watching the clock if this new 2020 labor adjustment agreement between MLB owners and players is exploited for service time reasons. Today, there was peace in the business world of baseball.  Players and owners both agreed to terms on how to handle a shortened season.  The result could have some […] Atlanta Braves and the new service time agreement for 2020 - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Mar 27, 2020

What expanded playoffs in 2020 could mean for the Atlanta Braves

The run to the World Series for the Atlanta Braves could get a little trickier in a shortened 2020 season if Major League Baseball decides to expand the playoffs. These are certainly weird times — that’s the phrase that keeps popping in my mind. On a day when the Atlanta Braves should be playing their […] What expanded playoffs in 2020 could mean for the Atlanta Braves - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Mar 26, 2020

Braves run to 2020 World Series should have started today

Today was supposed to be the best day of the year, and a season that was full of hope for our beloved Atlanta Braves. But for now, that journey is on hold. It’s Opening Day! Or it was supposed to be for the Atlanta Braves and every team in baseball. I’m going to be honest, […] Braves run to 2020 World Series should have started today - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community
Mar 26, 2020

An Atlanta Braves legend is remembered today for a sad reason

A long-ago Atlanta Braves franchise member was immortalized in a poem apt for this day, except that those words are now eclipsed by today’s non-event on what was to be Opening Day. At the time the ‘saddest of possible words’ were penned, Johnny Evers was a member of the Cubs.  Later on, he was a […] An Atlanta Braves legend is remembered today for a sad reason - Tomahawk Take - Tomahawk Take - Atlanta Braves News & Fan Community