Freddy Garcia

Atlanta Braves #50 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 10/06/76
  • Age: 37
  • Height: 6-4
  • Weight: 250
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Another year, another Yankee farewell tour

Derek Jeter's career against the White Sox hasn't been particularly memorable, but it'll still be commemorated somehow

Freddy Garcia close to signing in Asia

The 37-year old appears headed to Asia after being released by the Braves at the end of spring training.

Freddy Garcia signs with Braves for $1.25 million

Garcia will provide veteran pitching depth in Atlanta this season.

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Juan Uribe, the favorite teammate

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Crawford all smiles after big night

Crawford hit one home run in his final 87 games of the regular season, and doubled that in Monday's win over the Braves.


Dodgers, Braves still tied

Through six innings in Los Angeles, the Dodgers (at least the ones not named Carl Crawford) and Braves aren't displaying a whole lot of offensive fireworks.

NLDS Game 4 GameThread: Braves At Dodgers


A 13-6 win in Los Angeles on Sunday night gave the Dodgers a 2-1 advantage in their five-game set with the Atlanta Braves, who look to avoid elimination tonight with Freddy Garcia on the mound...

Monday Bird Droppings


The playoffs roll on with a full slate of games today. For my money, the A's/Tigers series has been the most enjoyable so far. You have to feel for Braves fans, as Freddy Garcia is tasked with...

Clayton Kershaw on 3 days rest? Not 'right now'

The Dodgers say they won't turn to Clayton Kershaw on three days rest in Game 4, sticking with Ricky Nolasco, but their backs aren't yet against the wall.

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