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 [email protected]
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Braves lose yet another member of their staff to Orioles

The hits keep on coming to Brian Snitker and this Braves coaching staff, as yet another member is departing for greener pastures. Roch Kubatko of MASN Sports is reporting Drew French, the bullpen coach in Atlanta, is heading to Baltimore after receiving a promotion to become the Orioles pitching coach. The #orioles are hiring Atlanta

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NBA: NOV 11 Raptors at Clippers

Hawks reportedly monitoring Pascal Siakam’s situation

According to reports, the Hawks are monitoring the situation surrounding the Toronto Raptors Forward Pascal Siakam. The Atlanta Hawks are monitoring Pascal Siakam, per @MikeAScotto (Via — NBACentral (@TheDunkCentral) November 29, 2023 For nearly the entire offseason, the Hawks were considered among the favorites to land Siakam in a trade, but nothing came

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MLB: AUG 13 Brewers at White Sox

Report: Braves considered finalists for Dylan Cease

Earlier this week, Bob Nightengale of USA Today reported that the Braves are involved in trade negotiations with the White Sox for Dylan Cease. Now, MLB Network’s Jon Morosi is reporting those negotiations have really ramped up over the last couple of days, citing that the Braves are indeed “finalists” for the White Sox ace.

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MLB: OCT 03 AL Wild Card Rangers at Rays

Braves potential trade target emerges: Randy Arozarena

After a slow first month of the offseason, the hot stove is heating up on all fronts heading into MLB’s Winter Meetings. Most recently, All Star outfielder Randy Arozarena is rumored to be on the block. Big news regarding the outfielder market: The Rays are shopping OF Randy Arozarena, and there’s a good chance that

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NFL: OCT 22 Dolphins at Eagles

Did the Falcons mess up passing on Jalen Carter?

It’s normal for fans to want their professional sports team to draft players from their favorite college. In the Falcons’ case, that’s the University of Georgia. Over the last several seasons, nobody has produced more NFL players than the talent factory Kirby Smart has built in Athens. Countless number of impact pieces are roaming around

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MLB: JUL 22 White Sox at Twins

Who says no to this Braves trade hypothetical for Dylan Cease?

According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, the Braves are one of several teams engaged in trade conversations with the Chicago White Sox for Dylan Cease. Atlanta has joined the Dodgers and several others who are engaged in trade talks with the Chicago White Sox for ace Dylan Cease. — Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) November 27,

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MLB: AUG 23 Royals at Athletics

What do the Braves see in Jackson Kowar?

The Braves shocked the baseball world when they dealt Kyle Wright to the Kansas City Royals ahead of the non-tender deadline. Wright was set to miss the 2024 season after undergoing shoulder surgery, but he was still under contract through 2026 and was projected to earn less than $2 million in arbitration. After winning 21

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MLB: SEP 22 Orioles at Guardians

Braves trade hypothetical for Shane Bieber

The hot stove is cooking as December approaches. In recent days, several significant dominos have fallen and many more are expected as each day passes. The Braves are still in hot pursuit of another starting pitcher, and as the top free agents continue to fall off the board, many teams are beginning to turn to

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MLB: AUG 23 Brewers at Dodgers

Ranking the top 3 starting pitcher trade targets for Braves

With Aaron Nola and Sonny Gray off the market, it’s getting more and more likely that the Braves have to turn to the trade market if they want to land the frontline starting pitcher they desire. There are still several free agents available, but Atlanta’s unwillingness to get in bidding wars for starting pitchers isn’t

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NFL: SEP 17 Packers at Falcons

Falcons vs. Saints: What went right and what went wrong

The Falcons hosted the Saints in a virtual must-win game at home in Week 12. Coming off three straight losses, it would have been nearly impossible to chase down the Saints after falling to 4-7, even with one of the easiest schedules in the league. Fortunately, the Falcons avoided that nightmare scenario, pulling out a

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