5 things to know about the Braves on Monday

Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker (43) makes a list to the mound for a pitching change against the Chicago Cubs Wednesday, July 19, 2017, in Atlanta. Chicago won 8-2.

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Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker (43) makes a list to the mound for a pitching change against the Chicago Cubs Wednesday, July 19, 2017, in Atlanta. Chicago won 8-2.

The Braves couldn't complete a sweep of the Phillies, wasting a strong start from Luiz Gohara in a 2-0 loss to conclude their first season at SunTrust Park. The Braves finished 37-44 in their new venue.

Atlanta hits the road to face New York and Miami to end the season. Notes from the weekend:

1. Brian Snitker may return as manager, but there will be several new faces on the 2018 Braves regardless. Snitker had a "positive meeting" with Braves management on Saturday.

2. The Braves officially signed Korean shortstop Jihwan Bae, whom they consider the best prospect in Asia.

3. The Braves extended catcher Kurt Suzuki for one season on Saturday. Suzuki is having a career-year and is excited to return.

4. With the first season at SunTrust concluded, Braves players call it "fair," with a slight edge to hitters.

5. After an impressive spot start Wednesday, Lucas Sims takes the hill today against the Mets.