Atlanta Braves Offseason Moves: What to do with McCann and Hudson?

Although the Atlanta Braves finished the 2013 season 96-66, which put them in first place in the National League East, they suffered a heartbreaking lose to the Lost Angeles Dodgers in the Division Series. This is certainly not the first time that the Braves have fallen out of the playoff run early in October. They […]

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Former UGA Pitcher Making a Quick Start to a Long Journey

Alex Wood Profile r Former Bulldog, Alex Wood, found out what it feels like to make it to the show in just a very short amount of time. The twenty-two year old Charlotte, North Carolina native was the second round pick by the Atlanta Braves in the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft. Ever since the […]

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Are the Braves for Real?

The new-looking Braves are seriously turning heads this year. Right now they are on pace to being the best team in the last 30 years. With the loss of Chipper Jones to retirement, the Braves have needed to find a new identity, and they have found that in rebranding themselves as youthful. With players such […]

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How Chipper is Retirement?

By Rachel Nevil When former Braves third baseman and legend Chipper Jones dropped by spring training (video), one would think he would be itching to throw back on the uniform and play some. Jones is positive about the whole retiring experience and isn’t regretting his choice. Jones has been keeping busy starting up business ventures, […]

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Crossing the Line from Fan to Foe

By Anelise Cimino Sports fans are passionate people. Even the casual fan will get into a game and live and die for that team in that moment. This behavior is a daily lifestyle for many fans out there. People dedicate whole rooms, cars, wardrobes and even their bodies to their beloved sports teams (see Dedicated […]

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Breaking Down the 2012 Atlanta Braves Prospects

I’ve never been much of a football fan. Until I came to the University of Georgia, the thought of devoting my Saturdays to college football never crossed my mind. I played soccer through high school, but it’s hard to really cheer for a sport that exists 95% outside the United States. Being 5’3” and lacking […]

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