How many Braves players are left from the 2021 World Series team?

The Braves World Series championship doesn't feel that long ago, but who's even still on the team as Atlanta starts Spring Training?

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Positions players from the 2021 Braves roster on the 2024 team

Austin Riley
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Travis d'Arnaud

d'Arnaud caught every single inning for the Braves during their World Series championship. Things were much different last season with the addition of Sean Murphy, as d'Arnaud played in three of the four games, starting two of them.

Ozzie Albies

Still here, still good, and somehow still underrated. Maybe if he hits 40 homers this year, MLB Network will put him in the top-5 2B in baseball. He's now the longest tenured current Braves player.

Austin Riley

Of the players on the 2021 roster, Riley's locked in the longest. The 3B's contract doesn't expire until 2032 at the earliest.

Orlando Arcia

Arcia's come a long way since the 2021 postseason, where he only appeared in six games and got five plate appearances during the run. Now with an All-Star game under his belt, the 29-year-old is in his second season as the starting SS. Jason Kipnis might still be bitter that Arcia was on the playoff roster, however.

The pitchers who are still with the Braves

Max Fried
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Max Fried

Fried's six shutout innings helped the Braves cruise to the championship in Game 6. He's still here, but he might not be for much longer, as the lefty is set to become a free agent after this season.

Charlie Morton

Now in his age-40 season, Morton's role on the team has changed. With the emergence of Spencer Strider and the acquisition of Chris Sale, Morton is now comfortably the fourth starter on the team.

Ian Anderson

Anderson is out until the summer, but he's looking to rebound this season after missing all of last season and after having a rough 2022.

Huascar Ynoa

Like Anderson, Ynoa is looking to rebound after missing all of last season and after having a rough 2022. The 25-year-old righty is somehow the sixth-longest tenured Brave.

A.J. Minter

One of the two remaining members of the Night Shift, Minter is entering his final year before free agency.

Tyler Matzek

Probably the guy most fans can easily remember from the 2021 playoff run. He's back after Tommy John Surgery. Watch the video above for good vibes.

Dylan Lee

Lee made more appearances for the Braves during the playoffs in 2021 than he did in the regular season. He made history in Game 4, where he became the first pitcher to make his first career start in a World Series. He had an excellent 2022, but a less-than-stellar 2023. He's competing for one of the few spots left in the bullpen this spring.

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