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6d

Braves give Ozuna $18 million contract for 2020

Outfielder Marcell Ozuna, who hit 29 home runs for the Cardinals last season, will play for the Atlanta Braves in 2020 on a one-year contract worth $18 million.

Jeff Passan ESPN 

Outfielder Marcell Ozuna and the Atlanta Braves are in agreement on one-year, $18 million contract, sources familiar with the deal tell ESPN.

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7d

King Felix gets minor league deal with Braves

Longtime Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez reached a minor league deal with the Atlanta Braves on Monday that includes an invite to big league spring training.

Jeff Passan ESPN 

Infielder Adeiny Hechavarria and the Atlanta Braves are in agreement on a one-year, $1 million contract, a source familiar with the deal tells ESPN. Good utility option who played second, short and third while with the Braves last season.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

MLB.com reports that Josh Donaldson has agreed to a four-year deal with the Twins, giving the Twins -- who set the single-season record with 307 home runs in 2019 -- another slugger while improving their defense at third base as well. The Twins had a record five players hit 30-plus home runs and now add Donaldson, who hit 37. It's a huge loss for the Braves as they lose their cleanup hitter in a lineup that now looks very thin once you get past Ronald Acuna Jr., Ozzie Albies and Freddie Freeman.

Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports
14d

Braves unveil Truist Park as new stadium name

Truist Park is the new name of the Atlanta Braves' stadium and team president Derek Schiller said he expects the new branding to endure for the "next 20-plus years."

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18dESPN.com

2020 MLB arbitration tracker

Friday was the deadline for teams and arbitration-eligible players to agree on salaries or exchange desired numbers for 2020. Recapping a hectic day of contract decisions.

21d

BBTN: Latest Signings And The Future Of The Catcher

Before analyzing the changing nature of the catcher position with Padres front office assistant AJ Ellis (16:10), Buster and Tim Kurkjian discuss sneaky Nationals signings, the Josh Donaldson market and how the White Sox's moves will affect the 2020 AL Central race. Plus, ESPN's Eduardo Perez explains how Juan Soto can get even better (29:44) before Buster asks Hembo a very tough question (41:46).

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40d

Source: Teheran, Angels agree to one-year deal

Julio Teheran, who made six straight Opening Day starts for the Braves and went 10-11 with a 3.81 ERA in 2019, has reached a one-year deal with the Angels, a source told ESPN.

40d

BBTN: How The Gerrit Cole Deal Affects The Rest Of Baseball

In what will likely be the final podcast of the decade, Buster welcomes Tyler Kepner of The New York Times to talk about the Yankees' potential for next season, the latest research on the baseball and MLB's investigation into the Astros. Then, The Boston Globe's Alex Speier discusses how the Gerrit Cole signing impacts Boston's rebuilding process (30:26). Plus, Hembo evaluates the NL East (30:26) and Rena Banena makes her return (38:45).

42d

BBTN: Kluber Trade And Bumgarner Assessment

With Troy's Rangers finally making moves, Buster and Dave Schoenfield analyze the Corey Kluber trade and its impact on the AL West (32:29). But before that, Tim Kurkjian discusses Madison Bumgarner's deal with the Diamondbacks, the league's decision to alter drug testing and Anthony Rendon's comments about the Dodgers. Plus, Sarah Langs on remaining free agents and why her mom is angry (32:29).

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.1910th
Quality Starts767th
WHIP1.3619th
BAA.25619th
Runs8557th
Batting Average.2589th
On Base Percentage.3367th
Slugging Percentage.4528th