WASHINGTON — The Atlanta Braves celebrated another playoff berth with heavy hearts.
While the Rome Braves closed out their season with a loss Monday, the year certainly had some highlights that drew fans to State Mutual Stadium.
State Mutual Stadium has seen its share of big leaguers through the years, but it’s not every day that two MLB players are in town at the same time.
ROME, Ga. (AP) -- Greg Cullen hit a walk-off single with one out in the 10th inning, as the Rome Braves topped the Hagerstown Suns 5-4 on Tuesday.
KANNAPOLIS, NC — The Rome offense showed up in a big way on Sunday evening, smacking four home runs and smacking down the Kannapolis pitching staff in a 9-3 Braves win. Griffin Benson hit two homers and drove in four runs as Rome salvaged the final game of the series. The Braves finished the…
Rome pitcher Gabriel Noguera surrendered two early runs but settled down to give the offense a chance to catch up as the Braves came away with a rain-delayed 4-3 road win against Charleston on Wednesday afternoon.
It’s more than a thousand miles from Texas to Georgia, but the Lone Star State duo of Braden Shewmake and Shea Langeliers are making themselves right at home.
While the teams in Major League Baseball plow through a full 162-game schedule to determine playoff spots, teams in the minor leagues can get their slate wiped clean at their season's midpoint.
ATLANTA — Brian McCann capped Atlanta’s three-run ninth inning with a two-run single off Héctor Neris, and the Braves beat the Philadelphia Phillies 9-8 on Friday night for their eighth straight win.
Dallas Keuchel’s minor league career was pretty much complete in 2012 when he was called up to join the Houston Astros while playing for the Oklahoma City Redhawks of the Pacific Coast League.
Dallas Keuchel is technically starting his career with the Atlanta Braves with a demotion, but the 31-year-old pitcher thinks he’ll be making a start in the majors again soon enough.
ROME, GA — Recently signed southpaw and former Cy Young Award winner Dallas Keuchel is tentatively scheduled to start for the Rome Braves Monday night at State Mutual Stadium.
The final game of the Rome Braves’ long road trip through Maryland and South Carolina came to a stormy conclusion on Wednesday evening as severe weather forced a cancellation of the series finale at Segra Park between the Braves and Fireflies.
It was clear from his stats through the first two months of the season that Trey Harris was going to be rewarded for his performance at some point.
As much momentum the Rome Braves had prior to their series against the Asheville Tourists over the Memorial Day weekend, they were left grasping for what was left by the end of it.
A big boost was in store for Rome after its road series against the Augusta GreenJackets, and the Braves will have a chance to keep their momentum going in front of a home crowd.
Consistency is the solid foundation upon which many professional baseball careers have been built. Trey Harris is the first to admit it took some time and some trial and error for him to find it.
After winning two straight at home against Kannapolis, the Rome Braves were overpowered by the Intimidators on Saturday in a 12-5 loss at State Mutual Stadium.
In a game of little offense and even fewer mistakes, the Rome Braves outlasted the Lakewood Blueclaws on Wednesday and gave manager Matt Tuiasosopo a better feeling for how the team is coming along.
Rome will be the destination for some of the top high school baseball teams and their fans for the third year in a row thanks to the Atlanta Braves and the Georgia High School Association’s new partnership.
Starting out the season with a 1-5 road trip left the Rome Braves hoping for a turnaround when they took the field for their first homestand last Thursday. And that is what they got.
After facing some struggles on the road to start the 2019 season, the Rome Braves return home tonight in hopes of turning things around.
No city in the nation was more important to the African American civil rights movement than Atlanta. There’s no denying that the “city too busy to hate” was the de facto capital of the struggle for black equality in America.
KANNAPOLIS, NC — Justin Dean ripped an inside-the-park homerun on the first pitch of the game and the Rome Braves never looked back, opening the 2019 season with an impressive 9-1 win over the Intimidators in North Carolina on Thursday evening.
The field at State Mutual Stadium this week was once again the place to find some of the Atlanta Braves’ organization’s top young talent.
ROME, GA — The Rome Braves, Single-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, have unveiled its opening day roster for the 2019 season which begins Thursday on the road in Kannapolis. As ranked by MLB Pipeline, the Rome club features two of the Atlanta Braves top 30 prospects including Trey Riley (2…
The Rome Braves 17th season promises to be the best yet as the 2019 promotional calendar has been released. Highlighting this year's calendar are three fireworks nights, four bobblehead giveaways, three specialty jersey nights, a blanket giveaway, a Braves replica powder blue jersey giveaway…
Former Etowah High School star Drew Waters will get the chance to test himself against big league talent next month after receiving an invite to the Atlanta Braves’ major league camp earlier this week.
The Rome Braves field staff may have a somewhat new look for the upcoming season, but the Braves’ organization didn’t have to search far to find the most recent additions.
Finishing the 2018 season with a NL East championship and the National League Manager of the Year was more than enough to give the Atlanta Braves high hopes for the upcoming season, but they weren’t ready to slide by in the off-season.
CUMBERLAND – The first time Dansby Swanson said he felt discomfort in his wrist was during a cold, rainy marathon game the Atlanta Braves played against the Cubs last April in Chicago.
The Rome Braves are once again setting up a place for fans to come in out of the cold and get the conversation heated up about the upcoming baseball season.
Like the ever-changing rosters of minor league baseball teams, coaching staffs can also be subject to a shake up every now and then. Such is the case with the 2019 Rome Braves.
The Rome Braves came into Friday night’s game down 0-1 to the Lexington Legends in the South Atlantic League Southern Division Series, needing a win to stay alive in the best of three series. It wasn’t to be, however, as Rome’s bats couldn’t get going in a 6-0 loss.
The Rome Braves concluded their home regular season home schedule with a 5-1 win over the Greenville Drive Thursday evening at State Mutual Stadium before a crowd of 2,220. Rome wins the four game series.