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The Braves have been quiet since November http://www.rockiesfanproshop.com/authentic-chad-bettis-jersey , and angst is growing within the fan base. Did the club executives do enough to calm the masses on Wednesday?"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Talking Chop User’s GuideTalking Chop PodcastAround the NL EastBaseball Analysis PrimerBraves News: Transparency from the front office?New,186commentsThe Braves have been quiet since November, and angst is growing within the fan base. Did the club executives do enough to calm the masses on Wednesday?ESTShareTweetShareShareBraves News: Transparency from the front office?Adam Hagy-USA TODAY SportsBRAVES NEWSAlex Anthopoulos and Terry McGuirk pressed on payroll, offseason moves in Q&AJeff Schultz and David O’Brien of The Athletic sat down with Braves GM Alex Anthopoulos and President Terry McGuirk to discuss team payroll and offseason moves, or lack thereof, on Wednesday. With the club being almost perfectly silent since November, fans are understandably restless with the amount of talent being imported to the NL East by Washington, New York, and Philadelphia. Read some of the responses elicited by the two writers, who to their credit asked very poignant questions in the interview.The Braves are betting on their young talent to keep them on top in the NL EastOur own Demetrius Bell addresses some of the issues being raised by the fan base, examining the club’s decision to remain quiet on both the trade market and free agent market this offseason. As Demetrius writes, the choice largely centers on the front office’s desire to patiently allow their prospects to be given an opportunity at the major league level. That decision may not put them alongside the other three contenders in the division on paper, but youthful rosters have the potential to surprise with unexpected growth by young players.Atlanta Braves Spring Training Preview: CatchersKris Willis continues a rundown of the Braves roster, this time focusing on the catching tandem that will handle the young pitching staff this season. Despite missing on JT Realmuto, the Braves should be in good hands this season, which buys more time for top prospect William Contreras to ascend toward the big leagues.Acuna set to smash records this seasonAs beat writer Mark Bowman writes, Braves left fielder Ronald Acuna has an opportunity to etch his name alongside some very distinct company this season. With a combination of tools and health in 2019, Acuna could be ready to push for a 30-30 season, or better.MLB NEWSNola inks 4-year, $45 million extension The shrouds are beginning to be removed, revealing more of the project."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Chicago Cubs recapsChicago Cubs minor leaguesChicago Cubs essaysChicago Cubs game threadsWrigley Field renovationsFull archiveLibrary Bleed Cubbie Blue Community GuidelinesCurrent time in ChicagoBCB Specials & Site InfoWinter 2019 music threadsCubs StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Cubs newsYahoo Cubs team pageYahoo Cubs reportYahoo Cubs depth chartYahoo Cubs transactionsYahoo Cubs photosOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁旵hicago Cubs photosWrigley Field renovationsWrigley Field construction update: March 10New http://www.rockiesfanproshop.com/authentic-chad-bettis-jersey ,62commentsThe shrouds are beginning to be removed, revealing more of the project.CDTShareTweetShareShareWrigley Field construction update: March 10 Grid View Left field corner, on Waveland AvenueDavid Sameshima Left field corner, on Waveland AvenueDavid Sameshima West side of the ballpark, from Waveland AvenueDavid Sameshima Left field corner, on Waveland AvenueDavid Sameshima Gate J/K, on Waveland AvenueDavid Sameshima Gate J/K, on Waveland AvenueDavid Sameshima Left field corner, on Waveland AvenueDavid Sameshima Left field corner, on Waveland AvenueDavid Sameshima New addition between the bleachers and the left field grandstand, on Waveland AvenueDavid Sameshima Left field corner, on Waveland AvenueDavid Sameshima Left field corner, on Waveland AvenueDavid Sameshima Forklift making the turn from Sheffield Avenue onto Waveland AvenueDavid Sameshima Work taking place under the scoreboardDavid Sameshima Sign at Murphy’s BleachersDavid Sameshima The right field corner, on Sheffield AvenueDavid Sameshima The right field corner, on Sheffield AvenueDavid Sameshima Gate Q, on Sheffield AvenueDavid Sameshima Gate Q, on Sheffield AvenueDavid Sameshima The right field corner, on Sheffield AvenueDavid Sameshima The new addition between the bleachers and the right field grandstandDavid Sameshima The new addition between the bleachers and the right field grandstandDavid Sameshima The right field corner, on Sheffield AvenueDavid Sameshima The new addition between the bleachers and the right field grandstandDavid Sameshima The new addition between the bleachers and the right field grandstandDavid Sameshima The right field corner, on Sheffield AvenueDavid Sameshima The Wintrust Gate/Gate D, at Addison and SheffieldDavid Sameshima The Wintrust Gate/Gate D Wade Davis Jersey , at Addison and SheffieldDavid Sameshima The south side of the ballpark, along Addison StreetDavid Sameshima Elevator shaft, above the Wintrust Gate/Gate DDavid Sameshima The Wintrust Gate/Gate D, at Addison and SheffieldDavid Sameshima Pedestrian barricades set up along Addison Street for the upcoming St Patrick’s Day celebrationsDavid Sameshima Lucky Strike Social signs now up on the Addison Clark project buildingDavid Sameshima View from Addison and SheffieldDavid Sameshima The south side of the ballpark, along Addison StreetDavid Sameshima The south side of the ballpark, along Addison StreetDavid Sameshima The elevator shaft above the Wintrust Gate/Gate DDavid Sameshima The south side of the ballpark, along Addison StreetDavid Sameshima The south side of the ballpark, along Addison StreetDavid Sameshima The elevator shaft above the Wintrust Gate/Gate DDavid Sameshima Clark and AddisonDavid Sameshima Clark and AddisonDavid Sameshima Clark and AddisonDavid Sameshima Upper deck, above the marqueeDavid Sameshima Upper deck, above the marqueeDavid Sameshima Clark and AddisonDavid Sameshima The west side of the ballpark, along Clark StreetDavid Sameshima The west side of the ballpark, along Clark StreetDavid Sameshima The west side of the ballpark, along Clark StreetDavid Sameshima The west side of the ballpark, along Clark StreetDavid Sameshima The west side of the ballpark, along Clark StreetDavid Sameshima The west side of the ballpark, along Clark StreetDavid Sameshima Equipment backing into the construction site, on Clark StreetDavid Sameshima Hydraulic crane moving out onto Addison StreetDavid Sameshima Hydraulic crane backing up eastbound traffic on Addison StreetDavid Sameshima Hydraulic crane maneuvering into the work gate at Addison and SheffieldDavid Sameshima Eastbound Cornelia Street blocked at the Red Line tracks, due to the CTA construction projectDavid SameshimaBCB’s David Sameshima visited Wrigley Field Sunday afternoon. He says the photos mostly speak for themselves, and added, simply:As you can see (especially in the left-field corner) there is quite a bit of work remaining, including painting of steel that’s now white. It will no doubt be painted to match the green paint of the rest of the 1060 Project. The dormers that were removed to build the upper-deck patio and were being rebuilt are nearly complete. One of the things the Cubs wanted to do with the 1060 Project was to restore the look of the ballpark in its “heyday http://www.rockiesfanproshop.com/authentic-chad-bettis-jersey ,” considered to be the late 1920s through the late 1930s, when the team won four N.L. pennants. If you look at the photos that show the Addison Street side of the park and compare them to these 1938 World Series films, you can see that the team has accomplished that goal:Yes, there are some differences, but the look is quite similar. You’ll also note that in the 1938 films, Wrigley gates are numbered instead of lettered, as they have been since at least the 1980s. It’s my understanding that the team is also going to restore these numbered gates, beginning at the Addison & Sheffield gate, which will be “Gate 1,” and go around the ballpark west, north, then east, to “Gate 10,” the bleacher gate number which has been there since the latest bleacher renovation in 2015.The home opener against the Pirates is four weeks from today, April 8. Some things (particularly in the right-field corner area) won’t be ready for that, but most everything else will be.Now we just have to get the weather to cooperate, something that did not happen last year.