Travis d'Arnaud

Travis d'Arnaud

#16C,
AVG
.368
HR
1
RBI
7
R
2
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 2"/210 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Long Beach, California
College: None
Draft: 2007 Sandwich pick by the
  • Markakis drops to sixth for opener in Philadelphia
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    Markakis drops to sixth for opener in Philadelphia

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    Braves place Chris Martin on injured list with esophageal constriction, claim Robbie Erlin off waivers

    The tenure of Chris Martin with the Braves has been largely good with a couple notable exceptions. Last year in the playoffs, Martin was injured early in the series against the Cardinals while warming up and a lot of people think that if he had been healthy for that series, the Braves would have moved on to the next round. Such is life.

  • Braves diamonds in the rough: The 2018 MLB draft class
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    Braves diamonds in the rough: The 2018 MLB draft class

    Talking Chop continues its stroll down NCAA Division II memory lane with a look at the 2018 MLB draft class. In case you are new to the series, here’s a quick look at what you’ve missed: The 2020 NCAA DII baseball free agent signings Ralph Garr Evan Gattis The DII-heavy 2016 MLB draft class We ‘ll go ahead and skip over the 2017 MLB draft class, because there wasn’t much of a success story. The selection of Bruce Zimmermann in the fifth round was interesting to say the least.