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KFFL | Apr 22nd, 2:30pm
The Pirates' stopper may have some issues. At least the understudy to grab is crystal-clear. Plus, is something still wrong with Craig Kimbrel?
KFFL | Apr 22nd, 11:02am
Atlanta Braves CL Craig Kimbrel blew his first save of the season Monday, April 21, ...
news | Apr 22nd, 3:09am
After Craig Kimbrel suffered his first blown save, and a bases-loaded threat was squandered during Monday night's ninth inning at Turner Field, Evan Gattis saved the day with a two-run home run that gave the Braves a 4-2, 10-inning win over the Marlins.
Fangraphs | Apr 21st, 3:36am
Craig Kimbrel was removed from the ninth inning tonight with Jordan Walden closing out the game for his first save of the year. Kimbrel has struggled with shoulder fatigue recently and although he was iffy tonight, it doesn't seem to be injury related as his fastball was still reaching 97-98 mph. I would attribute tonight's outing due to rust over any huge injury concerns but would still keep an eye on the situation. - Benjamin Pasinkoff
Roto Professor | Apr 21st, 3:33am
He had not been used for a week due to shoulder issues and then struggled against the Mets in a non-save situation (2 ER on 3 H and 1 BB, striking out 1, over 0.2 IP) and had to be replaced by Jordan Walden. It's a situation that needs to be monitored. - Eric Stashin
KFFL | Apr 20th, 5:20am
Atlanta Braves CL Craig Kimbrel allowed three hits, two runs, one walk and a hit ...
news | Apr 20th, 4:38am
When Craig Kimbrel was removed during the ninth inning of Saturday night's 7-5 win over the Mets, he visibly expressed his displeasure toward Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez. But approximately 20 minutes later, the dominant closer contritely apologized for his on-field actions.
ESPN | Apr 20th, 3:27am
Jordan Walden got the final out with the bases loaded after Atlanta manager Fredi Gonzalez pulled star closer Craig Kimbrel, and the Braves held off the New York Mets 7-5 Saturday night.
Roto Authority | Apr 20th, 1:31am
Bravos fans and Craig Kimbrel owners held their collective breath when a sore shoulder shut the reliever down for the past few days. However, Kimbrel should not hit the DL and will be back to action soon after experiencing no discomfort in a recent bullpen session. - Luckey Helms
The Fantasy Fix | Apr 18th, 2:50am
Shoulder soreness is always worrisome, but the Braves claim that Craig Kimbrel's shoulder soreness is normal. His fastball is down is down a tick, but everything else seems okay. - Rich Migliorisi
Razzball | Apr 17th, 7:00pm
So, everyone can give a complete exhale that two save-category standard bearers were not shut down with shoulder problems. Craig Kimbrel and Koji Uehara both threw bullpens yesterday, and are all systems go for the rest of the week.  Not like any of you have them, because we don't and shouldn't overpay for saves on draft day.  So if either of these guys fell to ya, good on...