Craig Kimbrel is currently a counted upon, highly important mainstay at the back of the Braves'…
Bullpen workload improving
There are certain times in a baseball season you can look at stats and make some numerical projections. One is near the halfway point, or even at the All-Star Break. But we're right around the one-quarter mark for the Braves, so there are a few things that stand out. It's good to see, for example, Martin Prado on pace for a bounce-back season, and that Freddie Freeman is on pace for 28 home runs and 128 runs batted in. Tommy Hanson and Brandon Beachy are on schedule to win near 20 games, and that's pretty good. Plus, the fact the Braves have played like a team on pace for 100 wins is pretty impressive, especially considering the 0-4 start in April. But the most important stat of all is games pitched. Yes, forget about how many saves Craig Kimbrel has, or how low an ERA may be so far. The most impressive...
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