Now that we enter January and are less than two months from Spring Training starting, we look at what is left for the Atlanta Braves this offsesaon.
But as time has passed by and we begin 2020, we are six weeks away from pitchers and catchers reporting for Spring Training.
Even though it seems like an eternity, this offseason is starting to fly by and before we know it our favorite teams will be tossing the ball around under the Florida and Arizona homes.
Atlanta will begin its tenure in their new Spring Training home in Sarasota County at CoolToday Park.
MLB.com recently put out some key dates for the Braves, which include pitchers and catchers reporting on February 12 and the first game being played 10 days later.
But before we get too excited about the fun under the sun, there is still some work to be done this offseason for Alex Anthopoulos and the Braves.
They’ve taken care of the bullpen by signing Darren O’Day, Will Smith, and Chris Martin. Catcher has been upgraded with the signing of Travis d’Arnaud. And you could argue the starting rotation has been upgraded with the signing of Cole Hamels.
However, I don’t think many would say this team is greatly improved over the 2019 version and there are still some questions to be answered before Spring Training.