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We take a look at Atlanta Braves prospect Braden Shewmake and how he could help out the big league team as soon as this upcoming season.

As I continue to hunt for ways to improve Custom Atlanta Braves Jerseys the depth of that Atlanta Braves bench in 2021, I stopped to consider the possibility that Braden Shewmake could play a role.

The 23-year-old shortstop was the 21st overall pick by the Braves in the 2019 MLB Draft out of Texas A&M.

He only has 65 games of professional baseball under his belt, but he did move from Single-A to Double-A in that first year after being drafted because his bat is so advance.

However, he did struggle at Double-A — granted a small sample size of 14 games — with his K% shooting up to 21.2% from just 12.8% in A-ball.

Shewmake was part of the alternate site camp during the 2020 season so he at least got some reps there to help continue his progress.

Had it been a normal 2020 season, Shewmake likely spends the entire year at Double-A and is knocking on the door of the big leagues in 2021.

I’m not nearly as high on Shewmake as a lot of prospect evaluators are. Some think he has the ability to be an everyday guy, but I see him more as a super-utility player who mostly comes off the bench and can fill in at multiple infield spots to give guys a rest.

My history of watching Shewmake is extensive as I can remember him as a freshman with A&M and looking like a potential first-overall pick when he hit .328 with 11 home runs in 64 games.

However, the power didn’t progress like many thought it would, and his numbers just kind of remained the same, which were still really good numbers.

His left-handed swing looks a little awkward. He kind of comes around the baseball with his hands, which causes a lot of pull-side groundouts (reminiscent of Jason Heyward’s swing when he’s struggling).

Of course, it’s been nearly two years since I’ve seen him swing a bat, and perhaps some adjustments have been made. That’s certainly something I’ll be looking out for in Spring Training — if we get to see much game action.

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Playing in the SEC, you’re essentially playing in Single-A. Shewmake is a very mature hitter, and if he makes some decent strides with his swings it would not be surprising if he gets called up later in the year and becomes a big part of the Braves bench.

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For the kids and families participating in the North Metro Miracle League, it’s meant the disabled kids who are often the most vulnerable to the virus have had to stay at or near home, with their only connection often being limited to video calls.

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That’s where the Young Men’s Service League, a Milton-based, non-profit, mother-son organization stepped in to help keep the Miracle Leaguer’s connected. Their yearly “Camp Momentum” summer camp was canceled leaving many kids unable to interact with their friends and volunteers.

In order to keep the kids involved and in touch, the YMSL arranged a series of “face time buddies” Zoom calls between the Miracle Leaguer’s and their volunteer friends.

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Teenager Jason Dorn has, according to his mom Andrea, struggled with the pandemic restrictions because he loves to hang out with his friends. Jason has cerebral palsy and several other conditions making him highly susceptible to COVID-19 and has kept him very close to home.

Dorn got paired up with Rachel and Braden Yatteu as face time buddies. The three made Zoom calls a regular occurrence and it was during those chats when the Yatteu’s found out Jason’s favorite baseball player and idol was former Atlanta Braves pitcher John Smoltz.

The most recent call between the Yatteu’s and Jason had a surprise guest. None other than Smoltzie himself.

Getting to talk with John Smoltz is something Jason will never forget. Smoltz promised Dorn he’d get a shoutout during one of the MLB Network segments the Hall of Fame pitcher and baseball analyst appears on during the week.

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ATLANTA — More than a quarter-century later, Chipper Jones and Greg Maddux remain thankful they can still laugh about the first Opening Day they spent together.

As the Braves opened the 1995 season against the Giants at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, Maddux was gunning for a fourth straight Cy Young Award and Jones was an eager third baseman, making his much-anticipated first start at the big league level.

Maddux ended the first inning by getting Barry Bonds to hit a popup that would have seemed quite routine … had an eager Jones not collided with the veteran pitcher as first baseman Fred McGriff was securing the catch on the right side of the mound.

“I think I called him a piece of [expletive] rookie and said something like, ‘You know, we have 161 more of these to play, so relax,'” Maddux said.

Fortunately for the Braves, this was just the first of the many season openers Jones would play while wearing their uniform. The Hall of Fame third baseman had a knack for getting off on the right foot. He batted .351 (20-for-57) with two homers and a .955 OPS over 16 career Opening Day games.

As Jones remained a regular in Atlanta’s lineup from 1995-2012, he was present for a few of these Top 5 Opening Day moments in Braves history:

1. April 5, 2010: Heyward’s first swing
A standing-room-only crowd packed Turner Field to celebrate the Major League debut of Jason Heyward, a suburban Atlanta native who stood as baseball’s top prospect. Heyward sent the hometown faithful into a frenzy when he homered on the first swing of his career. The three-run shot off Carlos Zambrano created what is considered to be one of the loudest roars heard during the history of the Braves’ former stadium. The Braves beat the Cubs, 16-5, in their 2010 opener.

2. April 3, 2000: Galarraga’s grand return
After missing the 1999 season while undergoing treatment for lymphatic cancer, Andres Galarraga opened 2000 with a bang. His seventh-inning home run broke a scoreless tie and propelled the Braves to a 2-0 Opening Day win over the Rockies.

“Today is something special,” Galarraga told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “It’s like a movie. Believe me, I don’t have the words to say how happy I am.”

3. March 29, 2018: Markakis’ Opening Day walk-off
Nobody predicted the 2018 season would include the Braves winning the first of three consecutive National League East titles. But Nick Markakis may have provided a slight hint when he concluded an 8-5 Opening Day win over the Phillies with a three-run homer off Hector Neris.

The Phillies led 5-0 before manager Gabe Kapler opted not to allow Aaron Nola to face Freddie Freeman with one out in the sixth. Freeman greeted Hoby Milner with a two-run homer and later drew a two-out walk against Neris in the bottom of the ninth. This set the stage for Markakis, who responded by drilling his first career walk-off homer into the right-field seats.

4. April 12, 1966: Memorable beginning
The first game in Atlanta history proved to be quite memorable for a few different reasons. The Braves didn’t get the result they were seeking. But while taking a 3-2, 13-inning loss to the Pirates, they created instant excitement for their new hometown fans.

Tony Cloninger went the distance for the Braves. He limited the Pirates to one run until Willie Stargell scored Roberto Clemente with a two-out, two-run homer in the 13th inning. Joe Torre accounted for all of Atlanta’s offense, hitting a pair of solo home runs, including one with one out in the bottom of the 13th.

Torre had also enjoyed a two-homer performance for the Braves to start the 1965 season. Eddie Mathews (’54 and ’58) is the only other player in franchise history with at least two multi-homer performances on Opening Day.