The Braves fall to 7-24 overall and 1-16 at home

Here's the bad news.. by the numbers. The Braves continue to lose at an alarming rate.

This information is through the game of Tuesday, May 10, 2016.

With the loss to the Phillies on Tuesday, the Braves are now 7-24 on the season. They are 13 games out of first place in the NL East and 9.5 games back of the fourth-place Miami Marlins.

The Braves have lost five in a row. The Braves are 1-16 at home. They are 6-8 on the road. The Braves have a -64 run differential, the worst in baseball.

The Braves were 42-42 after last year’s game on July 7. Since then, this team has been in a historic downfall, with a record of 32-77 (109 games). That’s an embarrassing .294 winning percentage.

Since the start of the 2014 season, the Braves are now 153-202 (355 games), a .431 winning percentage.

The Braves won the NL East in 2013, but in September the team struggled with a 13-14 record. Since September 1, 2013, the Braves are now 166-216 (382 games), a .435 winning percentage.

There are 131 games left in the 2016 season.
- If the Braves go (66-65) the rest of the way, they’d finish 73-89 on the season.
- If the Braves go (63-68) the rest of the way, they'd finish 70-92 on the season.
- If the Braves go (60-71) the rest of the way, they’d finish 67-95 (the 2015 record) on the season.
- If the Braves go (57-74) the rest of the way, they'd finish 64-98 on the season.
- If the Braves go (54-77) the rest of the way, they'd finish 61-101 on the season.
- If the Braves go (51-80) the rest of the way, they'd finish 58-104 on the season.

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