Blake Lalli

Blake Lalli

Height/Weight: 6' 1"/210 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: R
Born: Gibsonia, Pennsylvania
College: Gardner-Webb
Draft: Undrafted
  • The Herald

    NL East Preview: Braves, Phillies, Mets to duke it out again

    The National League East made a strong argument as the majors' toughest division in 2022 and lines up as perhaps even better this season. The NL East boasted two 101-win teams — the Atlanta Braves, who won their fifth consecutive division title, and the New York Mets. The NL East is poised for another strong run. FanDuel Sportsbook lists the Braves, Mets and Phillies among its top eight picks to win the World Series.

  • Drgnews

    Twins Lose Pair Of Split-Squad Spring Games To Braves

    The Twins began the last weekend of 2023 spring training with two split-squad losses to the Atlanta Braves Saturday. Atlanta 9, Minnesota 4 At Fort Myers, Florida, Bailey Ober pitched his longest start of the spring, going four innings, allowing three runs and four hits, including two home runs, while striking out three. Trevor Larnach hit his fourth home run of the spring for Minnesot and Jose Miranda hit his fifth. Atlanta 9, Minnesota 4 At Venice, Florida, Kylie Garlick hit his first spring home run, a two-run blast in the first inning for the Twins (11-15-3). Aaron Sanchez struggled again, allowing seven runs and eight hits in three innings.

  • Killeen Daily Herald

    Mark Bradley: The star-spangled Braves — good value for great talent

    ATLANTA — ESPN ranks eight Braves among MLB's top 74 players. Ronald Acuna is No. 14, Ozzie Albies No. 74. In between come Austin Riley, Max Fried, Michael Harris, Spencer Strider, Matt Olson and Sean Murphy. That's two pitchers, one catcher, three infielders and two outfielders. That's what you'd call comprehensive. We note that Freddie Freeman and Dansby Swanson, famous former Braves, are ranked No. 5 and No. 54, respectively. This tells us what we already knew: This club is willing to pay for big-time talent, but it isn't willing to pay just anything, not even for faces of the franchise. Maybe you hate that Freeman's a Dodger and Swanson's a Cub, but there's a greater lesson at play: You can