Nick Markakis finally got in a game for the Atlanta Braves, getting two hits Monday in a 14-10 win over the Houston Astros.
''You couldn't have scripted it any better,'' Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said. ''We got him his three at-bats, got him four innings. He ran the bases, and we got him out of there.''
Markakis had neck surgery in December after nine seasons with Baltimore...
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KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) Nick Markakis had two hits in his spring training debut with the Atlanta Braves, a 14-10 win Monday over the Houston Astros 14-10.
An outfielder recovering from December neck surgery after nine seasons with the Baltimore Orioles, Markakis led off the third inning with a double off Scott Feldman and singled in the fourth.
Former-Brave Evan Gattis hit his first...
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Back when Nick Markakis signed for $44 million over four years, a lot of us were left scratching our heads. After all, Nori Aoki is basically the same player, and it seemed like he was probably going to have to settle for a two or three year contract at a significantly lower valuation. I predicted […]
I don’t know what the Atlanta Braves are doing this winter. They just signed former Oriole Nick Markakis to a four-year deal worth $44 million.
Source: OF Nick Markakis agrees to four-year deal with Atlanta Braves. Dollars unclear, but sides discussed a deal in neighborhood of $44M.
— Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) December 3, 2014
When people hear the name “Nick Markakis”...
Over the last few days, rumors circulated that the Braves were pushing hard to sign Nick Markakis, so this morning, Mike Petriello wrote up a piece on Markakis’ value, questioning just MLB teams see in him that we don’t see. He didn’t find an answer, and besides durability, I don’t really have one either, but […]
There’s not a contract agreement yet or even an indication that one is close, but one thing seems clear about this particular baseball offseason: There might not be a larger gap between our perception and the conversations we’re hearing in the real world than in those regarding Nick Markakis. A few weeks ago, it seemed like the […]
Three key members of the Orioles playoff run in 2014 are in danger of leaving during this off-season. Nick Markakis, Nelson Cruz, and Andrew Miller are free agents who are already garnering interest from teams around the league.
These free agents will test the Orioles front office and their commitment to winning, as upcoming decisions on key players will give them the opportunity...
Your browser does not support iframes.After Baltimore Orioles first baseman Nick Markakis hit the game-winning single in Saturday night's 10-inning 3-2 walk-off win over Kansas City, he was rewarded with some cream pie - and not to the face. As Markakis was giving his postgame interview, teammate J.J. Hardy approached him from behind with the pie and a spoon, politely offering Markakis...
With Spring Training on the horizon, Orioles outfielder Nick Markakis has emerged from his offseason cave or deserted island to debut a new, “fluffier” look.
The usually well-groomed Markakis now has a curly fro with a pretty grizzly beard, making him look more like a 70s disco icon (or Raffi from ‘The League’) than a professional baseball player.
Maybe Nick watched the...
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Nick Markakis was the one player on the Baltimore Orioles in 2007 and 2008 that teams did not want to face at the plate. After a very good rookie campaign in 2006, Markakis became a star in the next two seasons and compiled 11.6 rWAR during those two seasons (10.6 fWAR). In 2013, this same Nick Markakis became one of the least valuable players in baseball with -0.1 WAR on both...