Braves 101 is the Atlanta Braves section of Sports Media 101. We obsess over your favorite sports team so you don't have to! Braves 101 is committed to bringing up-to-date sports coverage for Braves fans everywhere.
Readers of Braves 101 can expect the latest news, game reviews, and editorials. Readers can also comment on the articles written by our writers and interact with other Braves fans. For fans all over the world, Braves 101 is the key to all of your Atlanta Braves baseball coverage.
About the Authors
Cody Fields Editor
Cody Fields is a lifelong Atlanta Braves fan and freelance journalist. He was the sports editor at North Greenville University from 2006-2009 and has worked with Greenvillescene.com, Examiner.com and Hubpages.com. Also a youth baseball coach, Cody’s Braves dedication runs deep. He wears the number 6 while coaching in honor of Bobby Cox.
Andrew Auman Writer
Andrew Auman is an avid Atlanta Braves fan, following the team from a very young age. After receiving a B.S. in Communications from the University of North Carolina - Greensboro, he chose to use his skill set to cover the Atlanta Braves; with a penchant for memorizing and reciting statistics. He is also active in local softball leagues, wearing the number 10 in honor of Chipper.
Dave Batson Writer
David Batson grew up an Atlanta Braves fan and comes from a strong lineage of baseball followers. His grandfather Curtis Williams, a centerfielder for Batson’s alma mater, Presbyterian College, was named to PC’s All-Century baseball team. Mr. Williams also attended the 1933 World Series and saved his ticket stub, which Batson now keeps in memory of his grandfather. Batson also has experience working in group sales and behind the camera for minor league baseball's Charlotte Knights, the Triple-A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox. An avid fantasy football player, Batson has also played various other fantasy sports during his “fantasy career.” He describes himself as one of the best fantasy athletes in history and challenges anyone to test his ability. Aside from the Sid Bream slide on Wednesday, October 14, 1992, Batson credits the births of his two children, Cash and Georgia, as the most memorable moments of his life. Batson currently resides in his hometown of Travelers Rest, South Carolina.