Jacob Webb

Atlanta Braves #71 - Relief Pitcher

  • Born: 08/15/93
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 6'2"
  • Weight: 210
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Brave Moves: January’s Transaction Roundup


Recent transactions and why they matter (or why they don’t)

Braves Roster Outlook: An unfinished product


The Braves solidified their rotation but there is still work left to be done.

2020 review: Matt Beaty

Matt Beaty had a reduced role in 2020, but still managed a perfect 1.000 on-base percentage in his three playoff plate appearances for the Dodgers.

2020 review: Corey Seager

Corey Seager had the best season of his career in 2020, culminating in MVP awards for both the NLCS and World Series, along with the Dodgers’ first championship in 32 years.

Atlanta Braves 2020 Player Reviews: Jacob Webb


Jacob Webb was supposed to play a real role in the Braves’ bullpen in 2020. Unfortunately, he lost a big chunk of his season.

The WAR Room: Tallying Up the 2020 Braves


How the Current Braves Rank Historically After The 2020 Season

Starting Nine: Marcell Ozuna stays, extensions galore and more bold predictions for Braves’ offseason


Alex Anthopoulos will bring in another blast from the GM’s past, Atlanta finds a new home for Ender Inciarte and a changing of the guard at catcher and closer

Braves 2020 Season in Review: The Bullpen


Through both expected and unexpected sources, the Braves bullpen emerged as an essential strength in 2020.

After early success, both the bats and bullpen struggle as Braves lose 7-3 to Dodgers in Game 5


Though A.J. Minter excelled, the rest of the Braves bullpen faltered on Friday Night.

Dodgers win battle of Wills to stay alive

Will Smith homered off Will Smith to give the Dodgers the lead, and Corey Seager homered twice to keep LA’s season alive with a win over the Braves in Game 5 of the NLCS.

Kyle Wright, Braves Bats Fry the Fish in NLDS series-winning 7-0 victory


Historic pitching and timely hitting help Braves reach NLCS for first time in 19 years.

Braves drop Davidson’s debut, 8-2


Tucker Davidson got just five outs in his debut and the bats were mostly absent in this one