If Bud Norris bounces back from a rough 2015 season, he could prove to be the low-risk, high-reward starting pitcher that the Braves are seeking. The Braves announced they signed Norris to a one-year, $2.5 million deal Wednesday afternoon.
As Braves prospect Lucas Sims and his loved ones look back on 2015, they can be appreciative of the steps he took toward realizing his dream to one day be a part of Atlanta's starting rotation. But they'll forever be most thankful of the fact that he and the rest of his Class A Advanced Carolina teammates proved quite fortunate to avoid serious inj […]
David Carpenter received an unwelcome surprise at the start of this year, when he learned the Braves had traded him to the Yankees. Nearly 11 months later, the right-handed reliever is thrilled to have an opportunity to rejoin the Braves.