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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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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The best options to fix the Braves closing situation

By now it’s no secret closing out games is going to continue to be a glaring issue for the Atlanta Braves. For a while, Luke Jackson filled the void; however recent appearances – namely against the Phillies on June 15th and the Nationals on Sunday – have shown that he does not have the electric

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Braves: Interview with former Director of Scouting Brian Bridges

Brian Bridges was a part of the Atlanta Braves staff from 2007-2019 and is credited with drafting future Hall of Famer Craig Kimbrel, 5x gold glove winner Jason Heyward, former All-Star Alex Wood and Mike Minor who currently has a 2.52 ERA with the Texas Rangers. Brian Bridges should also be recognized for a lot

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Braves: Mike Foltynewicz leads to Nightmares

In 2018, Mike Foltynewicz kept me up late at night full of excitement. His 97-mph fastball was cooking, and his slider had NASTY movement. That breaking pitch became the best in all of baseball with a 40.1% chase rate, 17.9% whiff rate, and 41.8% strikeout rate. (Not to mention opponents were only batting .177 when

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An interview with an Atlanta legend: Bob Rathbun

Bob Rathbun is a well-admired, longtime broadcaster who began his career in 1973 working for WSTP Radio in Salisbury, North Carolina. He was the play-by-play announcer for the Atlanta Braves from 1997 to 2006 and is currently serving in the same role with the Atlanta Hawks and the Atlanta Dream. His voice is a staple

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Power Ranking the Baby Braves in 2019

We are a little over a third of the way done with the MLB season. The Braves are 32-27; which could look a lot worse if not for the emergence of their rising stars. The modern-day “Baby Braves” have Atlanta just a game back of the Phillies for first place, resembling a team that could

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Game 2 Preview: Braves vs. Tigers

After a horrendous outing (an understatement) in Game 1, the Braves look to rebound against a Detroit Tigers team that is 4-6 in their last ten but riding a 3-game win streak coming into the matchup tonight. The Braves, however, are on a 3-game losing slump and look to regain some momentum especially after last

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Three bullpen options the Braves should consider

The Braves bullpen in May has looked significantly better than they did in April. They have found a ragtag bunch of arms capable of doing the job, and Luke Jackson continues to thrive as Atlanta’s full-time closer – now up to seven saves on the season. Sean Newcomb has also revived his value to the

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