Chase Irle

Chase Irle

Founder and writer for SportsTalkATL.com. 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 chase@wpideas.com
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The heroes through the Braves first 20 games

Through 20 days of the 2020 MLB season, the Braves are one of just three teams to have played 20 games. That’s a challenging stretch in the middle of a regular 162-game season with a healthy rotation, but it’s especially brutal when it’s to start the season after a shortened Spring Training with a rotation

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Braves: Ozzie Albies and Matt Adams not close to a return

Over a week ago, the Braves placed both Matt Adams and All-Star second baseman Ozzie Albies on the 10-day IL, which would allow them to return this weekend. However, according to Brian Snitker, don’t expect that to happen anytime soon. The Braves manager doesn’t think either will be ready over the next week. Snitker said

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Falcons bring back Luke Stocker

The Falcons made another signing on Wednesday, bringing back veteran tight end Luke Stocker. Update: Luke Stocker is expected to sign with the #Falcons, source said. So both Jernigan and Stocker are slated to land jobs https://t.co/uovOA3SnA7 — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 12, 2020 Stocker appeared in 15 games for the Falcons last year, catching

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Braves: Acuña will miss at least the next three games

Following the Braves loss to the Yankees on Wednesday, Brian Snitker informed us of the diagnosis of Acuña’s wrist, which caused him to be scratched from Tuesday’s lineup. The 22-year-old superstar has inflammation in his wrist and will miss this weekend’s series against the first-place Marlins, which begins on Friday. Acuña will then be re-evaluated. Snit says

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The Braves have no choice but to throw their prospects into the fire

Through twenty games, the Braves have been understandably hesitant to throw their best prospects into the fire in less than ideal circumstances. Most of these guys I’ll be mentioning have had limited time in AAA; they haven’t seen much live-action since there is no minor league season; and on top of that, they’ve had an

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