Through Tuesday, September 1:
The Braves are 54-78 (.409). They are 19 games out of first place in the NL East.
There are 30 games remaining in the season.
If the Braves go 15-15, they’ll finish 69-93.
If the Braves go 13-17, they’ll finish 67-95.
If the Braves go 11-19, they’ll finish 65-97.
If the Braves go 9-21, they’ll finish 63-99.
The Braves are:
3-18 in their last 21 games
8-20 in August
0-1 in September
18-37 since July 1
29-53 since June 1
9-28 since trading Kelly Johnson and Juan Uribe
12-31 since the All-Star Break and since Fredi Gonzalez’s contract was extended
Since the Braves were 42-42 on July 7, they have gone 12-36 (.250).
The Braves have lost seven games in a row.
Here are the standings for the worst record in baseball (and draft order):
1. Philadelphia (53-80) - .398
2. Miami (54-79) - .406
3. Colorado (53-77) - .408
4. Atlanta (54-78) - .409 - 1.5 GB
5. Cincinnati (54-77) - .412
6. Milwaukee (56-75) - .427
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