The Mariners have scored an AL worst 208 runs this season. They were shut out again on Thursday. That story and more is in this edition of Eye on MLB.
Braves rookie catcher Christian Bethancourt notched walk-off homer against the Pirates on Saturday night.
The struggling Blue Jays need pitching and tried to land Cole Hamels. They also are sticking behind manager John Gibson. These details and more news from around Major League Baseball.
In the midst of what appears to be a rebuilding process, the Atlanta Braves enter 2015 with low expectations. Let's preview the season.
Here are three things we like and three things we dislike about the Atlanta Braves heading into the 2015 season.
Updates on the injured Victor Martinez, Jacoby Ellsbury, Alex Gordon, Homer Bailey, Garrett Richards, Tim Lincecum and Brady Aiken headline Thursday's news recap.
Atlanta deconstructed its roster over the offseason, but what's left for Fantasy purposes? Our Scott White takes a closer look at the Braves in 2015.
Manager Fredi Gonzalez said Tuesday that as things currently stand, Evan Gattis would be the everyday catcher with B.J. Upton being the full-time center fielder.
Though the minor-league catcher pool isn't as stocked with Fantasy-relevant talent these days, Scott White highlights a few of the prospects who could make an impact in 2015 and beyond.
The Braves say they aren't shopping those three players. But rival teams suggest Atlanta is listening.

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