Mallex Smith

Atlanta Braves #83 - Center Field

  • Born: 05/06/93
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 5-9
  • Weight: 170
  • Bats/Throws: L/R

This Day in Braves History: Atlanta acquires Justin Upton from the Diamondbacks

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Thank you to Baseball-Reference and NationalPastime.com for helping provide the background information for these articles. This Day in Braves History: January 24 1973 - Warren Spahn becomes just...

40 in 40: Sam Haggerty

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The speedy utility man has the inside track to a bench spot after a solid 2020 showing - and also has the inside track to my heart

40 in 40: Jake Fraley

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It hasn’t gone as planned for Jake Fraley. Nearing his 26th birthday in May, the 2016 2nd round pick (77th overall) made it to the major leagues in late August of 2019, a week ahead of his 2020...

Talking Chop 2021 Preseason Top 30 Braves Prospects: 25-30

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We begin the arbitrary ranking of prospects with some familiar faces as well as a pair of new faces.

The Rafael Montero trade means something, but what?

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What to expect from the Mariners after their first ~win-now trade in a few years.

Mets Morning News for November 5, 2020

Your Thursday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

Mets sign eleven players, including Arodys Vizcaino and Mallex Smith, to minor league deals

The Mets have signed eleven players to minor league deals, a group that includes former Braves reliever Arodys Vizcaino, outfielder Mallex Smith, and infielder Jose Peraza. The other eight players...

Construction of a pennant winner: Rays

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When it comes to constructing a team, the Dodgers and Rays don’t have drastically different approaches. After all, while you can’t exactly say that the Rays are a result of Andrew Friedman’s...

2020 Mariners Exit Interviews: Outfielders

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The future is bright. The present was, well, SOME of it was a gift.

Mariners Moose Tracks, 10/1/20: Mallex Smith, Carlos Correa, and the Minnesota Twins

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The Mariners may not be the most inept team in baseball over the last two decades, depending on how you measure success.

Mariners Moose Tracks, 9/12/20: Shed Long, Zack Wheeler, and A.J. Puk

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A tale of three very different injuries.