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Braves Press Releases

Thursday, October 30, 2014

  • Atlanta Braves named 2014 Excalibur Awards winner

    In a ceremony last Friday, the Atlanta Braves were named a winner of the 2014 Excalibur Awards by the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) for their use of the customizable in-venue features in the MLB.com At the Ballpark® mobile app. The Excalibur Awards celebrate Georgia companies that demonstrate the best use of technology to solve complex business problems.

  • Braves name two hitting coaches to staff

    The Atlanta Braves announced today that Kevin Seitzer has been named as hitting coach for the 2015 season, while Jose Castro has been tabbed as the assistant hitting coach.

  • Braves Name John Hart as President, Baseball Operations

    Atlanta Braves president John Schuerholz announced today that, effective immediately, John Hart has been named as President, Baseball Operations.

  • Braves announce new hires to Baseball Operations Department

    Atlanta Braves interim general manager John Hart announced today that the club has made several hires and promotions and has also re-aligned the Baseball Operations Department.

  • Braves Manager Fredi Gonzalez to Return for Fifth Season in 2015

    Atlanta Braves interim general manager John Hart announced today that manager Fredi Gonzalez will return for his fifth season with the Braves in 2015. Gonzalez is under contract through the 2015 campaign.

  • Braves hitting coach Greg Walker resigns

    ATLANTA, Ga. - Atlanta Braves hitting coach Greg Walker officially informed the club today that he is stepping down from his current position with the organization.

  • Atlanta Braves moving their Advanced-A team to Zebulon, North Carolina

    The Atlanta Braves today announced that the Club's Advanced-A team, the Lynchburg Hillcats, will move from Lynchburg, Va., to Zebulon, N.C., beginning in 2015. The city of Zebulon and the Braves have reached an agreement on a two-year Player Development Contract.

  • Atlanta Braves Foundation awards more than $300,000 in grants

    Standing by its mission to serve community organizations in and around Braves Country, the Atlanta Braves Foundation awarded grants to local nonprofit organizations prior to Tuesday's game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

  • Braves Dismiss General Manager Frank Wren

    Atlanta Braves president John Schuerholz announced today that executive vice president and general manager Frank Wren has been dismissed. Schuerholz has named former Major League executive and MLB Network analyst John Hart as the club's interim general manager.

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