Braves 2014 Player Performance Projections

B.J. Upton

B.J. Upton

Which Atlanta Braves players will tear it up this season and who are the ones that will disappoint?

Projecting what major league baseball players will do in the regular season is one of the more intriguing crap shoots in sports.  There are hundreds if not thousands of websites out there that put out projections for fantasy league players and many pundits and “experts” who take their shot.

As I’ve mentioned before, I put the most stock in the projections put out there by the sports books , as they have a major vested interest in the numbers.  Bovada Sports Book has put out their 2014 Atlanta Braves player projections and I really don’t disagree with any of their numbers.

Dan Uggla is projected to hit .220 and B.J. Upton, .230.  Are those of you who think they are going to bounce back in a good way getting your flights to Vegas lined up so you can head to a casino and set up your retirement fund?

Bovada’s Atlanta Braves Player 2014 Projections:

Freddie Freeman – BA in the 2014 Regular Season|
Over/Under .305

Freddie Freeman – Total HR’s in the 2014 Regular Season|
Over/Under 25½

Freddie Freeman – Total RBI’s in the 2014 Regular Season
Over/Under 103½

Jason Heyward – Total HR’s in the 2014 Regular Season|
Over/Under 21½

Jason Heyward – Total Runs in the 2014 Regular Season
Over/Under 94½

Justin Upton – BA in the 2014 Regular Season
Over/Under .279

Justin Upton – Total HR’s in the 2014 Regular Season
Over/Under 26½

Evan Gattis – Total HR’s in the 2014 Regular Season
Over/Under 23½

Chris Johnson – BA in the 2014 Regular Season
Over/Under .299

B.J. Upton – BA in the 2014 Regular Season
Over/Under .230

Dan Uggla – BA in the 2014 Regular Season
Over/Under .220

Julio Teheran – Total Wins in the 2014 Regular Season
Over/Under 13½

Mike Minor – Total Wins in the 2014 Regular Season
Over/Under 13½

Ervin Santana – Total Wins in the 2014 Regular Season
Over/Under 9½

Craig Kimbrel – Total Saves in the 2014 Regular Season
Over/Under 46½

About Jim Hart

Jim has covered the Atlanta Braves since 2008 for local and national broadcast news organizations. He also appears regularly talking Braves baseball on WCCP-FM in Clemson, South Carolina, and the ESPN Radio affiliate, 1420 Sports in St. Augustine, Florida.

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