Chase Irle

Chase Irle

Founder and writer for Graduate from LSU with an addiction to sports. If you are interested in writing, contributing in any way, or have any questions or comments email me at
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Imagine if the Braves made these moves two offseasons ago?

Sometimes it’s just fun to look back at “what ifs” from past offseasons. Fans (including myself and many other writers) frequently think they know best, but more often than not, Alex Anthopoulos has pulled the right strings and kept the Braves in a position to win championships now and in the future. A few offseasons

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Falcons expected to sign Cordarrelle Patterson

According to Mike Garafolo, wide receiver and return specialist Cordarrelle Patterson is visiting the Falcons and a signing is expected to happen soon after. Veteran WR/returner Cordarrelle Patterson is visiting the #Falcons, sources say. The expectation is the sides will have a deal soon. So some sweet SkyCam angles coming your way in Atlanta.

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Braves: Is Yasiel Puig a legitimate option at this point?

It’s fair to say the Braves have already lost a game or two because of their lack of depth on the bench, particularly in the outfield. After yesterday, that group is getting even thinner following the announcement that Cristian Pache is headed to the 10-day IL with a groin strain. Guillermo Heredia, who is on the 40-man roster,

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Braves place Max Fried on the IL, recall Tucker Davidson

As if the beginning of the 2021 season couldn’t get any worse for Max Fried, after already surrendering eight runs last night, he injured himself while running the bases in the bottom half of the fourth inning and had an MRI on his hamstring after the game. It’s been ruled a strain, but rightfully, the

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Braves: Cristian Pache placed on the 10-day IL

Cristian Pache left yesterday’s blowout loss to the Marlins after four innings with a groin strain and did not return. The hope is that it was just precautionary, but it appears to be a little more than that. Following the game, the team announced that they have placed him on the 10-day IL. Pache update:

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The Braves won’t be moving Ronald Acuña Jr in the order

Brian Snitker shuffled up the lineup for their matchup tonight with the Marlins in hopes of jump starting the offense. Freddie Freeman, Marcell Ozuna, and Travis d’Arnaud all moved up a spot to where they hit for the majority of last season with much success. Of course, there is a distinct difference between this year

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Hawks: Cam Reddish still over two weeks away from returning

Of all the Hawks this season, nobody has been more disappointing than Cam Reddish. It hasn’t all been his fault. Injuries have cost him the last several months, but after the way he ended his rookie campaign, I thought there was a good chance he became one of the better second-year players in the league.

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Braves mix up their lineup against the Marlins

Outside of Ronald Acuña, nobody on the Braves has been hitting. Travis d’Arnaud is the only other starter that is batting above the Mendoza Line, and the result has been a sluggish 4-6 start. So in hopes of turning things around, Brian Snitker has decided to juggle the lineup, sliding Freddie Freeman back to the

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Should the Braves begin to mix things up at the end of games?

Last night, the Braves blew yet another game that they led after seven innings. This time it was A.J. Minter, who walked the first three batters he faced to begin the eighth before he was relieved by Nate Jones, who gave up a game-tying double to the very next batter. Fortunately, they escaped the inning without any

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One reason for optimism following the Braves slow start

Just when you thought things were beginning to turn around following the Braves 0-4 start, they lose two in a row in heartbreaking fashion. On Sunday, it was the missed call at home plate in the ninth inning that cost Atlanta the game, and yesterday, their bullpen couldn’t hold onto a two-run lead in the

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