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- Offseason Transactions
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- Positives & Negatives
- Atlanta Braves Pick & Prediction: Under 91.5
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Last season was the ultimate success for the Atlanta Braves, as they won the NL East and followed that up by winning the World Series. Atlanta managed to take out the Milwaukee Brewers and Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League to get to the World Series. They then took down the Houston Astros with everything on the line to claim the championship.
This season, the road to the title might be harder for the Atlanta Braves based on the personnel they are preparing to put on the field. A couple of key pieces of their championship team are gone, and the Braves will have to figure out a way to replace the production and leadership of those players. Either way, this is a season where Braves fans can expect another strong year out of their team.
2022 Over/Under Season Win Total Odds
Atlanta Braves Futures Betting Odds
|BaseRuns Run Differential||+105 (4.82/4.17)||+74 (5.95/4.72)|
|Record in One-Run Games||26-31||11-6|
Atlanta Braves Picks, Predictions & Betting News
Key Additions: Matt Olson, Collin McHugh, Kenley Jansen
Key Departures: Freddie Freeman, Jorge Soler
The top story out of the Braves this offseason was the fact that Freddie Freeman left the team to play in Los Angeles. As if the Dodgers needed more talent, the addition of Freeman has made them a convincing favorite to win the 2022 World Series. However, the Braves did make some positive moves to help offset the losses of Freeman and Jorge Soler.
They brought in Matt Olsen, a first baseman who should be able to take that position over for the foreseeable future in Atlanta. Perhaps more importantly, the Braves really prioritized their bullpen by bringing in Collin McHugh and Kenley Jansen. McHugh was one of the better relief pitchers in baseball last season, while Jansen has big game experience thanks to his time as the Dodgers’ closer. Both should help a bullpen that was already strong a year ago.
|2021 (Rank)||2020 (Rank)|
|Batting Average (BA)||.244 (T-11th)||.268 (2nd)|
|On-Base Percentage (OBP)||.319 (12th)||.349 (1st)|
|Slugging Percentage (SLG)||.435 (5th)||.483 (2nd)|
|Weighted On-Base Avg (wOBA)||.323 (9th)||.355 (1st)|
|Weighted Runs Created Plus (wRC+)||98 (T-12th)||120 (3rd)|
|Batting Avg on Balls In Play (BABIP)||.288 (19th)||.322 (1st)|
|Strikeout Percentage (K%)||24.0% (T-8th)||24.4% (21st)|
|Walk Percentage (BB%)||9.1% (10th)||10.2% (9th)|
Offensively, the Braves were strong last season and got even better as they made their way into the postseason. But a decline feels inevitable offensively this year, with both Freeman and Soler off to other teams. Olsen is a solid replacement at first base for the Braves, but is not enough to counter the loss of two key players at the plate.
Fortunately for the Braves, the rest of the NL East remains very hittable coming into the 2022 MLB season. Outside of the Mets’ upgrades to their pitching staff, the Phillies and Marlins prioritized improving their hitting at the expense of their pitching. And with the Nationals not improving much of anything, Atlanta should still be able to put up decent numbers in their division.
|2021 (Rank)||2020 (Rank)|
|Earned Run Average (ERA)||3.89 (8th)||4.46 (15th)|
|Fielding Independent Pitching (FIP)||4.09 (10th)||4.42 (13th)|
|Adj. Fielding Independent Pitching (xFIP)||4.09 (12th)||4.63 (19th)|
|Strikeout Percentage (K%)||23.8% (13th)||22.2% (23rd)|
|Walk Percentage (BB%)||8.7% (T-16th)||9.7% (18th)|
|Left On Base Percentage (LOB%)||74.4% (T-6th)||70.6% (18th)|
The Braves were solid as a pitching staff last season, finishing in the top-10 in ERA on the year. They did a really nice job of stranding baserunners last season, finishing in sixth in Major League Baseball by stranding just over 74% of them. And the pitching for the Braves could get even better this year, as the bullpen has been upgraded for this team.
The starting staff for the Braves is also an area that should do well this season. Max Fried, Ian Anderson, and Charlie Morton are all solid rotation options, while Touki Toussaint should enjoy some growth as he gets more settled in as a major league pitcher. And with a bullpen that is better equipped to help those starters, the efficiency of the pitching staff should only improve.
Positives & Negatives
The pitching depth for this Braves team is its biggest strength, as they have several starters who can win them a big game. They also have a nice stable of relievers to help them take care of business late in games. Combine that with a solid lineup, and the Braves should be contenders in the National League again this year.
But there is a negative for the defending champions, with that being the task of replacing Freeman and Soler in their lineup. It might be too much to ask to replace the value of a player like Freeman, who meant so much to the Braves both on the field and off of it. That kind of ask could really drag down the title defense of the Braves in 2022.
Atlanta Braves Pick & Prediction: Under 91.5
It is appealing to take the over on the Braves here, based on the fact that they won the World Series a season ago. But this team got worse offensively in the offseason when compared to a team last year that failed to win 90 games. It should not take 90 wins to win the NL East this year, and the Braves should be closer to the 85 win mark.