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Ronald Acuna (Prev. Rank: 3) Kolby Allard Kevin Maitan (Prev. Rank: 1) Ozzie Albies Mike Soroka (Prev. Rank: 6) Luiz Gohara (Prev. Rank: 8) Kyle Wright (Prev. Rank: NA) Joey Wentz (Prev. Rank: 10) Ian Anderson (Prev. Rank: 7) Kyle Muller (Prev. Rank: 9) Alex Jackson Austin Riley Bryse Wilson (Prev. Rank: 15) Lucas Sims (Prev. Rank: 16) Touki Toussaint (Prev. Rank: 18) Max Fried (Prev. Rank: 14) Brett Cumberland (Prev. Rank: 24) Drew Waters (Prev. Rank: NA) Cristian Pache (Prev. Rank: 21) Travis Demeritte (Prev. Rank: 13) Patrick Weigel (Prev. Rank: 17) Freddy...Continue reading »

Last night, the Braves got shutout at Coors Field after a pitching duel from both starting pitchers. They lost 3-0 after taking a no-score ballgame into the eighth inning. It was just the fourth time in Coor’s Field history that a game had went scoreless into the eighth since opening in 1995. Julio Teheran looked sharp last night, lasting seven innings and allowing only four hits while striking out six and gave up zero runs. Chad Bettis, who made his first start of the season after having surgery to help him recover from testicular cancer, pitched a gem as well,...Continue reading »

Atlanta Braves The Braves ended their losing skid last night with a 6-3 victory over the Cardinals, avoiding a three-game sweep. This ended a five game losing streak as well as an eight game winning streak for the Card’s, as R.A Dickey silenced the bats of the red birds which has been quite impossible to do as of late. R.A. Dickey dominated on the road, which is unusual, and the Braves were able to do all of the little things right to pickup a much-needed win. It started with a solid outing from Dickey, who went seven innings, allowing one run on seven base-hits,...Continue reading »

Atlanta Braves The Braves lost their 4th game in a row last night after a late surge came up short in the end. Ozzie Albies continued to impress in another Braves loss, making it their 17th in their last 22 games. Mike Foltynewicz made his worst start of the season after getting pulled with two outs in the third inning, allowing six earned runs on seven hits and four walks. A week ago, Mike struck out a career high (11) in one of his strongest starts of the year and five days later struck out just one in a horrific start for the Braves. Of his six hits, five were extra...Continue reading »

Amidst the chaos in last night’s ballgame, the Braves made a deal with the Seattle Mariners. They shipped one of their hottest pitchers in Triple AAA to Seattle for cash considerations. Don’t get too worked up though…It was not as bad of a trade as it sounds. Andrew Albers posted a 2.61 ERA in Gwinnett with a record of 12-3 in 17 starts and was given away for just some cash. Even though it sounds like a bad trade considering his numbers and what the Braves got in return, it was actually a smart move by John Coppolella. Albers has made a few starts in...Continue reading »

It has become a popular trend among sites, experts, and whoever else you want to throw in there, to put the Hawks in the cellar of the NBA when forecasting the 2017-2018 NBA regular season. On paper, it makes sense. Atlanta has regressed over the last two seasons, moving from the first overall seed in the East to the fifth and a first-round exit last season. That led to the Hawks relieving Coach Budenholzer of his President of Basketball Operations title and handing over the reigns to Travis Schlenk as general manager. In Schlenk’s first month on the job, he got...Continue reading »

Atlanta Falcons On a night where many teams opt to not even send out their starters, the Falcons marched out most of their record breaking starting offense for the first series, and boy did it send some chills up the arms of the Atlanta fans. They picked up right were they left off, marching down the field on the Dolphins defense. And when Miami was finally able to get Atlanta on fourth and one, Quinn reminded all of the NFL of his aggressive nature, by going for it on the very first preseason drive. It paid off too, as the new offensive coordinator Steven Sarkisian,...Continue reading »

Atlanta Falcons at New England Patriots Chase Irle: Ah, the moment we are all waiting for as Falcons fans. The rematch of last year’s Super Bowl that the Falcons undoubtedly blew against a lesser Patriots squad. Yes, I said it, and now they get their chance at revenge in Foxbourough, where Tom Brady has been nearly unbeatable over his career. The two teams will both look different than they did in the Super Bowl. The Patriots will have Rob Gronkowski back, and the Falcons will feature Desmond Trufant this time on defense. Beyond that, both teams had terrific offseasons...Continue reading »

Willson Contreras may be the hottest hitter in baseball right now. The Chicago Cubs catcher has hit .324 with five homers and 13 RBI in August alone. He is one of the hardest commodities to come by, a solid defensive catcher who can hit, and for power. Unfortunately, during the process of writing this article, he actually a sustained an injury. We wish him a speedy recovery. The catcher position looked to be the Braves biggest weakness organization-wide going into the 2017 season. However, Tyler Flowers and Kurt Suzuki have surprisingly given the team some of the best...Continue reading »

Atlanta Falcons Football is back, baby! This is the moment all of us Atlanta fans have been waiting for ever since last season ended so sourly. Even if it is preseason, it is going to be fantastic to see our Falcons running around at full speed in the always spectacular red and black uniforms. They will take on the Dolphins tonight a 7 ET in Miami. This game will mostly feature players on the cusp, as the roster begins to shrink week by week. Wide receivers Julio Jones and Taylor Gabriel will miss the game as a precaution, as will the recently signed Jay Cutler for the...Continue reading »