Grant has spent the last 12 years covering and working in baseball as a broadcaster, reporter and writer. He is currently the station’s Braves and baseball reporter and the host of “Around The Big Leagues,” which can be heard on Sunday evenings from 6-8 p.m. on The Game and on iTunes. Prior to his time with 92-9 The Game, Grant spent four years as a producer/writer with the Atlanta Braves Radio Network from 2005-2008. That was followed by four seasons in the Tampa Bay Rays organization in Port Charlotte, FL, where he was the play-by-play voice and director of media relations for the Charlotte Stone Crabs of the Florida State League from 2009-2012.
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Atlanta Braves left fielder Hector Olivera was arrested and charged with one count of count of misdemeanor assault and battery stemming from an alleged incident at the team’s hotel in Arlington, Va., on Wednesday morning.
The Atlanta Braves announced the 25-man roster that will head north to begin the 2016 season.
Grant McAuley and Brian Jordan embark on a Braves Spring Training Special. Hear from John Coppolella, Fredi Gonzalez, Jason Grilli, Jeff Francoeur and more…
In the latest episode of Around The Big Leagues, I was joined by Zach Dillard of Fox Sports South to discuss the early returns from Braves Spring Training.
Freddie Freeman is on the road back from a wrist injury that cost him a significant chunk of playing time last season. If he is healthy and productive, the Atlanta Braves expect its 2016 lineup to rebound from a league-low showing.
92-9 The Game’s Grant McAuley provides his first ever Braves Top Prospects List, featuring 30 of Atlanta’s top young talents for 2016.
The Atlanta Braves bring a multitude of arms to camp this spring in hopes that their bullpen woes of 2015 will not follow them into this season.
The Braves enter 2016 with no shortage of candidates to fill out the starting rotation. There is also no shortage of questions surrounding each man. Some are seeking to rebound in 2016, while others are simply hoping to establish themselves at the major league level.
The Braves outfield got an injection of talent with Ender Inciarte. Flanked by Nick Markakis and Hector Olivera, Atlanta is hoping to have a productive trio in 2016.
A healthy Freddie Freeman and a handful of veterans will be asked to solidify the Atlanta Braves infield in 2016.