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2022 MLB Awards: Fried Headlines Group of Gwinnett Alums Honored

Former Stripers pitcher Max Fried named All-MLB, finishes second in Cy Young voting
December 6, 2022

Major League Baseball has wrapped up its awards season for 2022, and four former Gwinnett players (and one manager) were among winners or finalists. Following an All-Star campaign with the Atlanta Braves, pitcher Max Fried was the most decorated of the Gwinnett alums, earning a Gold Glove Award®, selection to

Spencer Strider selected to Atlanta Braves roster

Strider struck out 94 batters over 63.0 innings and 14 starts for M-Braves
October 1, 2021

PEARL – The Atlanta Braves on Tuesday selected the contract of former Mississippi Braves pitcher Spencer Strider, making the right-hander Mississippi's 152nd player to be promoted to a major league roster since 2005. On Tuesday, Strider, 22, was promoted to Triple-A Gwinnett following Sunday's victory in Game 5 of the

Langeliers, Strider promoted to Triple-A Gwinnett 

September 28, 2021

PEARL – The Atlanta Braves announced today that Mississippi Braves catcher Shea Langeliers and starting pitcher Spencer Strider, have been promoted to Triple-A Gwinnett. The Stripers have five games remaining in the 2021 season. Langeliers, 23, just named the Atlanta Braves 2021 Hank Aaron Award for Minor League Player of

Top Braves Prospects Langeliers, Strider Join Stripers

Catcher Shea Langeliers and pitcher Spencer Strider set to make Triple-A debuts
September 28, 2021

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – Catcher Shea Langeliers and pitcher Spencer Strider, two of the top prospects in the Atlanta Braves organization, have joined the Gwinnett Stripers for the final five home games of 2021. Langeliers (No. 2) and Strider (No. 10), both ranked on the Braves’ Top 30 Prospects list by

2021 MiLB playoffs preview: Double-A

Wichita set to experience its first taste of postseason action
September 21, 2021

The Double-A playoffs begin with three best-of-five series featuring the top two teams in each league. Montgomery and Mississippi face off in the South, Wichita wrestles with Northwest Arkansas in the Central and Bowie battles Akron in the Northeast. All three series are set to run from Sept. 21-26.