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Atlanta Braves Organizational Charts: 2013 Team Payroll, Depth Charts + Rosters, (MLB + MiLB)

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The Braves are right up there with the St. Louis Cardinals, New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox for best run organizations over the last 25 years.  Some would say that Atlanta's brass is the king at organizational bang for the buck from drafting a trading. The team reeled off a professional record 14 straight Division Titles from 1991 - 2004.  They made it to 6 World Series, unfortunately only winning 1 of them.

The Braves are right up there with the St. Louis Cardinals, New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox for best run organizations over the last 25 years. Some would say that Atlanta’s brass is the king at organizational bang for the buck from drafting a trading. The team reeled off a professional record – 14 straight Division Titles from 1991 – 2005. They made it to 6 World Series, unfortunately only winning 1 of them in 1995.

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): and welcome Jeff Kleiner (Salary, Roster and Depth Chart Expert for the MLB) – visit his website  here  

You guys are all in for a treat.  Jeff Kleiner recently contacted me about a partnership merge for the website.  He has developed a site (prosportsrosters.com) that covers all organizational affiliates in the Minors for all of the Major League Baseball Clubs.  We are going to combine efforts to bring you the best look at salaries, current 25 Man Player Rosters and Depth Charts for all 30 teams. 

Jeff is going to provide the documents in form of spreadsheets and I am going to accompany the posts with deep analysis of what the numbers tell us from my perspective.  If you can’t wait for all of my assessments for each club, go and visit Jeff’s website over at http://www.prosportsrosters.com.

In Speaking with Jeff, he is one of the more passionate fans I have come across towards the game of baseball.  He spends enough time in updating his MLB Facts for it to be a Full-Time Job.  So after the usual Video Clip and READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY button, you will find some serious &*!@?!#!

Jeff updates this page below on a daily basis.  After you click on it….Bookmark it.  There is a 3 year salary forecast and stats not listed here on this page.  Jeff updates these pages daily and these changes include any Roster moves!

For a Full 3 year Salary Outlook plus last years Stats for every player in the Braves Organization click here

The Brothers Upton both were acquired in the offseason by the Atlanta Braves.  This was a risk for the organization - but with several rewards and benefits should the two play up to their potential.  Well 72 Games into this experiment, B.J. Upton is struggling to be consistent,. The man was signed to a 5 YR/$75 Million Dollar Deal.  Justin Upton had 3 YRS/$38.5 Million left on his contract when Atlanta traded for him.  The Upton boys will have a heavy say in the legacy of this decades Braves franchise.

The Brothers Upton both were acquired in the offseason by the Atlanta Braves. This was a risk for the organization – but with several rewards and benefits should the two play up to their potential. Well 72 Games into this experiment, B.J. Upton is struggling to be consistent. The man was signed to a 5 YR/$75 Million Dollar Deal. Justin Upton had 3 YRS/$38.5 Million left on his contract when Atlanta traded for him. This looked like a bargain – after smoking 12 HRs and 28 RBI in the 1st month.  He has since hit 3 HRs and 5 RBI only in the last 50 Days.  The Upton boys will have a heavy say in the legacy of this decades Braves franchise.

The Braves are playing the first season in the Majors since 1995 without long time Third Baseman Chipper Jones being a regular in the lineup.  The Switch – Hitter was the last key ingredient to winning the 1995 World Series.

The management was able to draft awesome talent in the 1980’s like:  Steve Avery and Tom Glavine, traded for John Smoltz and signed Free Agent Greg Maddux, It came on the heels of a brutal 10 year stretch of play prior to that.

In the last 8 years, the franchise has done a great job of maintaining a competitive balance – with also trading off the veteran influences at the right time before the asset fully diminished.  The 2013 Team Payroll is a respectable $91.5 MILLION.  This is a great feat considering the Roster assembled – and adding Free Agent B.J. Upton.

So what does the rest of the organization look like now??  check back with http://www.prosportsrosters.com often to check their progress.

All of the players in the Organization Minors and Majors:

PAYROLL
$MIL Signed
next 3 YRS
2013 Budget
$91,486,5252014 Budget
$44,600,0002015 Budget
$42,750,000
Braves (PRO)

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CEO- Terry McGuirk

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GM- Frank Wren

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MGR- Fredi Gonzalez

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PCO- Roger McDowell

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HCO- Greg Walker

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1BCO- Terry Pendleton

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3BCO- Brian Snitker

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BHCO- Carlos Tosca

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BPCO- Eddie Perez

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PITCHERS MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY

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SP1- Brandon Beachy 3 REH 27 $510,000

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SP2- Mike Minor 2 26 $505,000

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SP3- Tim Hudson 3 38 $9,000,000

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SP4- Paul Maholm 2 31 $6,500,000

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SP5- Julio Teheran 3 22 $490,000

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SPS- Kris Medlen 4 28 $2,600,000

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RHMR- Cristhian Martinez 8 OOO 15 31 $749,750

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LHMR- Luis Avilan 5 24 $491,250

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RHSU- Luis Ayala 3 15 35 $1,000,000

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RHSU- David Carpenter 5 OOO 28 $500,000

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RHSU- Jordan Walden 4 15 26 $541,500

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RHSU- Anthony Varvaro 5 OOO 29 $490,000

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RHSU- Cory Rasmus 5 26 SIGNED

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RHSU- Cory Gearrin 4 27 $491,250

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LHSU- Jonny Venters 6 15 28 $1,625,000

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LHSU- Eric O’Flaherty 5 15 28 $4,320,000

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CL- Craig Kimbrel 3 25 $655,000

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$30,468,750

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POSITION PLAYERS MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY

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C- Brian McCann 3 29 $12,000,000

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1B- Freddie Freeman 4 24 $560,000

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2B- Dan Uggla 4 33 $13,146,942

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SS- Andrelton Simmons 1 24 $491,250

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3B- Chris Johnson 5 29 $2,287,500

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LF- Justin Upton 2 27 $9,958,333

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CF- B.J. Upton 3 29 $13,050,000

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RF- Jason Heyward 2 24 $3,650,000

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C- Gerald Laird 5 34 $1,500,000

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C- Evan Gattis 1 27 $490,000

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1B-

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3B- Juan Francisco 7 OOO 27 $496,250

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UTL- Blake DeWitt 6 15 28

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UTL- Paul Janish 5 32 $725,000

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UTL- Ramiro Pena 5 OOO 26 $550,000

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OF- Jordan Schafer 6 OOO 27 $512,500

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OF- Reed Johnson 5 37 $1,600,000

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7 $61,017,775

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AAA Gwinnett Braves (INT)

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CEO-

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GM- North Johnson

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MGR- Randy Ready

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PCO- Marty Reed

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HCO- Jamie Dismuke

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PITCHERS MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY

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SP1- Yohan Flande 6 27 SIGNED

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SP2- Sean Gilmartin 0 23 SIGNED

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SP3- Daniel Rodriquez 0 29 SIGNED

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SP4- David Hale 2 7 26 SIGNED

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SP5- Omar Poveda 5 26 SIGNED

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SP6- Cole McCurry 4 28 SIGNED

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SPS- Wirfin Obispo 0 29 SIGNED

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RHMR- Kameron Loe 10 32 SIGNED

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LHMR- Juan Cedeno 7 30 SIGNED

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RHSU- Tim Corcoran 13 35 SIGNED

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RHSU- Billy Bullock 2 RES 25 SIGNED

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RHSU- Pat Egan 5 29 SIGNED

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LHSU- Ryan Buchter 5 26 SIGNED

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LHSU- Robert Fish 5 7 25 SIGNED

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CL-

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POSITION PLAYERS MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY

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C- Matt Pagnozzi 8 31 SIGNED

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1B- Ernesto Mejia 8 2 SIGNED

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2B- Alden Carrithers 3 29 SIGNED

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SS- Tyler Pastornicky 3 24 $500,000

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3B- Joe Leonard 1 25 SIGNED

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LF- Jose Constanza 8 30 $500,000

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CF- Corey Wimberly 6 30 SIGNED

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RF- Stefan Gartrell 7 29 SIGNED

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DH-

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C- Jose Yepez 10 32 SIGNED

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1B-

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3B- Joseph Terdoslavich 1 25 SIGNED

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UTL- Sean Kazmar 8 29 SIGNED

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UTL- Paul Janish 5 32 $725,000

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OF- Todd Cunningham 1 24 SIGNED

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OF- Brandon Boggs 9 30 SIGNED

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AA Mississippi Braves (SOU)

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CEO- Stan Kasten

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GM- Steve DeSalvo

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MGR- Aaron Holbert

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PCO- Dennis Lewallyn

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HCO- Garey Ingram

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PITCHERS MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY

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SP1- Gary Moran 1 7 28 SIGNED

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SP2- JR Graham 0 23 SIGNED

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SP3- Aaron Northcraft 2 23 SIGNED

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SP4- Gus Schlosser 0 25 SIGNED

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SP5- Alex Wood 0 23 SIGNED

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SP6- Mike Lee 3 27 SIGNED

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SP7- Cody Martin 0 24 SIGNED

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SPS-

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RHMR- Ryne Harper 0 24 SIGNED

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LHMR- Chasen Shreve 1 24 SIGNED

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RHSU- Jason Rice 6 7 27 SIGNED

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RHSU- Brett Cammons 4 7 27 SIGNED

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RHSU- Andrew Russell 0 29 SIGNED

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LHSU- Ian Thomas 0 26 SIGNED

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CL- Mark Lamm 0 25 SIGNED

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CL- Erik Hamren 2 27 SIGNED

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CL- Juan Jaime 6 26 SIGNED

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CL- Benino Pruneda 4 7 25 SIGNED

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POSITION PLAYERS MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY

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C- Braeden Schlehuber 3 25 SIGNED

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1B- Christian Marrero 5 27 SIGNED

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2B- Barrett Kleinknecht 1 25 SIGNED

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SS- Luis Nunez 7 27 SIGNED

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3B- Edward Salcedo 1 22 SIGNED

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LF- Dan Brewer 3 26 SIGNED

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CF- Jose Martinez 5 25 SIGNED

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RF- Kyle Russell 0 27 SIGNED

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DH-

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C- Christian Bethancourt 3 22 SIGNED

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1B-

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3B-

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UTL- Philip Gosselin 1 25 SIGNED

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UTL- Jamie Pedroza 4 27 SIGNED

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UTL- Tommy La Stella 0 24 SIGNED

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OF-

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OF- Mycal Jones 2 26 SIGNED

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A+ Lynchburg Hillcats (CAR)

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CEO- Rex Angel

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GM- Paul Sunwall

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MGR- Luis Salazar

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PCO- Derek Botelho

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HCO- John Moses

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PITCHERS MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY

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SP1- AJ Holland 0 24 SIGNED

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SP2- Navery Moore 0 23 SIGNED

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SP3- Greg Ross 0 24 SIGNED

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SP4-

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SP5-

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SPS- Ryan Weber 2 23 SIGNED

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RHMR- Jarrett Miller 0 24 SIGNED

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RHMR- James Hoyt 0 27 SIGNED

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LHMR- Ronan Pacheco 2 25 SIGNED

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RHSU- Wilson Rivera 4 24 SIGNED

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RHSU- John Cornely 0 24 SIGNED

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RHSU- Caleb Brewer 4 24 SIGNED

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RHSU- Ryan Woolley 2 25 SIGNED

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LHSU- Matt Chaffee 0 25 SIGNED

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CL- Nathan Hyatt 0 23 SIGNED

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POSITION PLAYERS MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY

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C- Cory Brownsten 1 7 25 SIGNED

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1B- Chris Garcia 2 7 26 SIGNED

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2B- Ross Heffley 0 23 SIGNED

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SS- Elmer Reyes 2 23 SIGNED

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3B- Kyle Kubitza 0 23 SIGNED

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LF- Will Skinner 0 24 SIGNED

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CF- Matt Lipka 1 21 SIGNED

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RF- David Rohm 1 23 SIGNED

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DH-

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C- Luis De La Cruz 5 24 SIGNED

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C- Shawn McGill 3 29 SIGNED

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1B-

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3B-

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UTL- Emerson Landoni 4 24 SIGNED

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UTL- Matthew Weaver 2 23 SIGNED

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UTL- Fernando De Los Santos 2 23 SIGNED

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OF- Robby Hefflinger 2 23 SIGNED

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OF-

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A Rome Braves (SAL)

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CEO-

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GM- Michael Dunn

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MGR- Randy Ingle

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PCO- Derrick Lewis

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HCO- Bobby Moore

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PITCHERS MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY

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SP1- Williams Perez 2 22 SIGNED

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SP2- Rafael Briceno 2 23 SIGNED

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SP3- Mauricio Cabrera 0 20 SIGNED

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SP4- Frank Lafreniere 1 23 SIGNED

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SP5- Wes Parsons 0 21 SIGNED

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SPS-

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RHMR- Lucas Sims 0 19 SIGNED

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LHMR- David Starn 0 7 23 SIGNED

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LHMR- Carlos Perez 2 22 SIGNED

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RHSU- Shae Simmons 0 23 SIGNED

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RHSU- Bryam Garcia 0 25 SIGNED

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RHSU- Zach Jadofsky 0 23 SIGNED

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RHSU- Alex Wilson 0 22 SIGNED

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RHSU- Patrick Scoggin 0 22 SIGNED

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LHSU- Brandon Rohde 0 24 SIGNED

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CL- Jean Carlos Gil 1 7 23 SIGNED

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POSITION PLAYERS MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY

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C- Tyler Tewell 0 220 SIGNED

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1B- Casey Kalenkosky 0 24 SIGNED

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2B- Ronald Luna 0 21 SIGNED

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SS- Jose Peraza 0 19 SIGNED

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3B- Carlos Franco 2 22 SIGNED

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LF- Josh Elander 0 22 SIGNED

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CF- Tony Mueller 0 23 SIGNED

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RF- Blake Brown 0 22 SIGNED

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DH-

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C- Chase Anselment 0 23 SIGNED

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1B-

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3B- Trenton Moses 0 24 SIGNED

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UTL- Levi Hyams 0 24 SIGNED

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UTL-

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OF- Felix Marte 3 23 SIGNED

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OF- Joey Meneses 0 21 SIGNED

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A- NONE

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CEO-

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GM-

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MGR-

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PCO-

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HCO-

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PITCHERS MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY

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SP1-

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SP2-

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SP3-

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SP4-

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SP5-

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SPS-

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RHMR-

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LHMR-

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RHSU-

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RHSU-

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LHSU-

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CL-

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POSITION PLAYERS MiL ST INJ AGE 2013 SALARY

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C-

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1B-

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2B-

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SS-

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3B-

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LF-

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CF-

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RF-

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DH-

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C-

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1B-

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3B-

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UTL-

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UTL-

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OF-

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OF-

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2013 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects

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1 Julio Teheran, rhp

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2 J.R. Graham, rhp

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3 Christian Bethancourt, c

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4 Sean Gilmartin, lhp

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5 Lucas Sims, rhp

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6 Mauricio Cabrera, rhp

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7 Alex Wood, lhp

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8 Evan Gattis, of/c

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9 Zeke Spruill, rhp

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10 Jose Peraza, ss

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2012 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects

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1 Julio Teheran, rhp

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2 Arodys Vizcaino, rhp

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3 Randall Delgado, rhp

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4 Andrelton Simmons, ss

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5 Sean Gilmartin, lhp

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6 Edward Salcedo, 3b/ss

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7 Tyler Pastornicky, ss

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8 Zeke Sprull, rhp

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9 Christian Bethancourt, c

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10 Brandon Drury, 3b

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2011 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects

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1 Julio Teheran, rhp

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2 Freddie Freeman, 1b

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3 Randall Delgado, rhp

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4 Mike Minor, lhp

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5 Craig Kimbrel, rhp

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6 Matt Lipka, ss

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7 Arodys Vizcaino, rhp

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8 Brandon Beachy, rhp

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9 Brett Oberholtzer, lhp

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10 J.J. Hoover, rhp

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2010 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects

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1 Jason Heyward, of

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2 Freddie Freeman, 1b

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3 Julio Teheran, rhp

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4 Mike Minor, lhp

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5 Craig Kimbrel, rhp

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6 Christian Bethancourt, c

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7 Randall Delgado, rhp

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8 Zeke Spruill, rhp

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9 Cody Johnson, of
The Braves have a great chance to pick up their 1st NL East Division Title since 2005 this season.  Entering play Wed night, they were 7 Games ahead of both of the Washington Nationals and Philadelphia Phillies - with a 42 - 30 record.  However, since jumping out of the gate at 12 - 1, they have only gone 30 - 29.  Struggles from many of their key players have contributed to this sub.500 mark the last few months.

The Braves have a great chance to pick up their 1st NL East Division Title since 2005 this season. Entering play Wed night, they were 7 Games ahead of both of the Washington Nationals and Philadelphia Phillies – with a 42 – 30 record. However, since jumping out of the gate at 12 – 1, they have only gone 30 – 29. Struggles from many of their key players have contributed to this sub.500 mark the last few months.  Last year, the team lost to the St. Louis Cardinals in the Wild Card play in game.

*** The views and opinions expressed in this report are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of mlbreports.com or their partners.***

Authors for this post:

Jeff Kleiner:  “I have been a sports fan since the first Baseball game I went to at Comisky Park in Chicago in 1959, when baseball for me turned from black and white to color. I have attended or watched thousands of games, always paying attention to statistics, rosters and salaries of all professional sports.

Luckily I had the advantage of watching WGN TV and seeing hundreds of games in the 60’s. Collecting Baseball Cards and then later dealing them gave me an extra sense of the sport, both good and bad.” For all of your Salaries, Roster and Depth Charts for all 4 Major Sports (entire organization – Minors and Majors) click here or Follow Me on twitter 

prosportsrosters.com is the best source for following entire organizations in all 4 Major Sports

prosportsrosters.com is the best source for following entire organizations in all 4 Major Sports.

Chuck Booth – Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner and author of the Fastest 30 Ballgames:   To learn more about my  “The Fastest 30 Ballgames Book” and how to purchase it, click here .

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About chuckbooth3023

I played competitive baseball until 18 years old and had offers to play NCAA Division 1 University Baseball at Liberty University. Post-concussion symptoms from previous football and baseball head injuries forced me to retire by age 19. After two nearly made World Record Attempts in 2008, I set a New World Record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks (from 1st to last pitch) in only 24 Calendar Days in the summer 0f 2009. In April of 2012, I established yet another new GWR by visiting all 30 Parks in only 23 Calendar Days! You can see the full schedule at the page of the www.mlbreports.com/gwr-tracker . In 2015, I watched 224 MLB Games, spanning all 30 MLB Parks in 183 Days. Read about that World Record Journey at https://mlbreports.com/183in2015/229sked2015/

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