Chase Pittman

Chase Pittman

I'm a life long Atlanta sports fan (through the good and the bad) who was born in raised in Georgia. Currently enrolled at Furman University majoring in Economics. I mostly write about the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Hawks and fantasy football.
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There is still a lot to like about the Hawks moving forward

The article you are about to read is going to be a very selfish one. The reason I say that it is because its sole purpose is so that I have digitized prove of this statement that yes, I am, and have always been, a fan of the Atlanta Hawks. Why would I need to

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Fantasy Football: Start ’em and Sit ’em Week 3

A lot happened last week in the NFL. Jalen Ramsey is looking to get traded, Big Ben goes down with a season-ending injury, Drew Brees hurt his hand, and the Saints are looking to change the rules again. Obviously, those have significant fantasy implications: Michael Thomas may no longer be a WR1; the same with

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Braves: Ronald Acuña and his race for MVP

Ronald Acuña is sprinting in the MVP race, and honestly, he has a chance to blow past the competition a hair before the finish line. Now before you start telling me how it is impossible because Bellinger and Yelich are too far ahead to be caught, let’s take a deep dive into the statistics. The

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The Unsung Hero of the Braves’ Rotation

The Unsung Hero With the trade deadline soon approaching I – like most Braves fans – hope to see another starting pitcher added to the rotation. Having a big arm to help out the core of this group would exponentially improve the team’s chances of advancing far into the postseason. However, if the Braves strictly

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Braves: Ozzie’s bat has been off the chain

Despite being snubbed from this year’s All-Star game, Ozzie Albies has been swinging his bat at well above an elite level, significantly improving upon the numbers that allowed the 22-year-old a starting selection in this prestigious game last season. The Curacao native, as expected, spent the majority of his at-bats last year from the left

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Charlie Brown Jr: The Atlanta Hawks’ Summer League MVP

NBA summer league basketball 2019 has officially come to a close and was one that will be remembered by many people as uneventful, uninspiring and flat out boring. This year’s action did not include the Atlanta Hawks’ number ten overall pick Cam Reddish, and a majority of the 2019 top selections didn’t see the court

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An interview with the Braves’ Patrick Weigel

I was recently allowed to ask Atlanta Braves RHP prospect, Patrick Weigel, a few questions. The rising star was drafted in the 7th round of the 2015 draft (thank you Brian Bridges) and has become one of the top upcoming pitchers for this organization. So far this year, the righty out of Houston has put

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The Bargain of Bruno Fernando

June 20th of 2019 will be a day that is forever celebrated by the Atlanta Hawks as Travis Schlenk showcased his wizardry, grabbing two of the best forwards in the draft; the national champion out of Virginia, DeAndre Hunter, with the 4th pick and the 6’8” standout from Duke, Cameron Reddish, with the 10th pick.

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Braves have two prospects named to the Futures Game

Not only did the Atlanta Braves have two players recently selected to start in the MLB All-Star game –with Freddie Freeman locking down first base and Ronald Acuna Jr. getting a spot in the outfield – but two of their top prospects were selected to play in the Futures Game. Ian Anderson (RHP) and Cristian

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