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Atlanta now 10 games back of 4th place Miami Marlins

The Braves continue to have abysmal records as they lose the first game of the 10-game road trip.

This information is through the game of Friday, May 13, 2016.

With the loss to the Royals on Friday, the Braves are now 8-26 (.235). They are 13.5 games out of first place in the NL East and 10 games back of the fourth-place Miami Marlins.

The Braves are now 6-9 on the road.

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 33-79 (112 games). That’s an embarrassing .295 winning percentage.

Since the start of the 2014 season, the Braves are now 154-204 (358 games), a .430 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 167-218 (385 games), a .434 winning percentage.

There are 128 games left in the 2016 season.

-If the Braves go 64-64 the rest of the way, they’d finish 72-90 on the season.
-If the Braves go 62-66 the rest of the way, they’d finish 70-92 on the season.
-If the Braves go 60-68 the rest of the way, they’d finish 68-94 on the season.
-If the Braves go 58-70 the rest of the way, they’d finish 66-96 on the season.
-If the Braves go 56-72 the rest of the way, they’d finish 64-98 on the season.
-If the Braves go 54-74 the rest of the way, they’d finish 62-100 on the season

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