1. Caribbean Cool: Atlanta Braves Preparing For Life After Chipper Jones

    A rather subtle move occurred this week concerning the Atlanta Braves' future. The move in question is the signing of 18 year old prospect Edward Salcedo of the Dominican Republic...

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  2. Our History Part II: A Look at Atlanta Braves' Top Ten Moments

    The following is the second part of five in a special series. A fortnight ago we embarked on a top ten list counting down to the greatest Atlanta Braves moment...

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  3. Our History Part I: A Look at the Atlanta Braves' Top 10 Moments

    The following is the first part of five in a special series. Baseball is a sport where grown men will fall to their knees and cry...

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  4. Call Me Owner: Why the Braves Need Ted Turner Back

    In Sam Raimi's For Love of the Game , adapted from Michael Shaara's novel, Detroit Tigers 19-year veteran pitcher Billy Chapel is pitching in his last game...

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  5. Opening Day Outlook: Starting Lineup for Your Atlanta Braves

    Baseball is now what we call a ‘yearly sport,’ as in players, managers, front office execs, and owners are perpetually finding ways to make their teams progressively better...

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  6. Long Remember: The 2009 Atlanta Braves

    Like some others, I will remember this year as a turning point. I will remember how at this time last year the Braves were devoid of any semblance of a pitching rotation...

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  7. The Case for Atlanta Braves P Javier Vazquez and the NL Cy Young

    Like Rodney Dangerfield, Braves pitcher Javier Vazquez gets no respect. For the entire 2009 season Vazquez has gone largely under the radar and unnoticed by media and fans alike...

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  8. The Team That Simply Will Not Die: The 2009 Atlanta Braves

    The 2009 Atlanta Braves live to die another day. Throw whatever James Bond cliche you can at the Braves, this team is still very much alive in both the wild card and division races. Last Friday it appeared all hope was lost for Atlanta...

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  9. A Night to Remember: Martin Prado Steals the Show

    Remember back to that one game in Little League where everything just clicked for you. The ball appeared to you like a big beach ball when you took a swing and drove it to the outfield gap...

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  10. Clinging to Life: Atlanta Braves' Chances for 2009 Are Slim, but Alive

    It's make-or-break time for Atlanta. Interleague play and an outbreak of injuries has crippled many NL East teams. Interleague play didn't shake up the division as badly as it could have, but ...

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  11. SCHISM: FOTA to Launch Breakaway Series

    The inevitable has now crashed down upon us like Thor's hammer Mjolnir. Autosport.com's Jonathan Noble has reported that after a four hour meeting Thursday night, the eight teams of FOTA will form a breakaway series...

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  12. Parting of the Ways: Is It Time for the Atlanta Braves to Release Bobby Cox?

    In 1990, the Braves were the worst team in baseball, posting up a 65-97 record. Throughout the first half of the season, Russ Nixon was the manager, but he was replaced midway through the year by a man named Bobby Cox...

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  13. Do or Die: How Interleague Play Will Decide Atlanta Braves' Fate

    The next few weeks may prove to be a pivotal point for the Braves to jump ahead or fall behind in ultimately winning or losing the division...

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  14. Braves Bottom Half Needs Tweaking in Order To Stay Alive

    The Braves' offense is going down by the stern; they are dying from the ground up. However you put it, Atlanta's bottom four (excluding pitchers) aren't producing the numbers they should be...

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  15. The Heretic's Rebuttal: Why Turning Left Has Become Boring

    There are two things that I would like to get straight right off the bat. The first order of business is that I am only ticked off about NASCAR in its present form of development...

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  16. All Too Human

    Coming into the Formula One season of 2007, Fernando Alonso expected nothing less than a third consecutive championship, a feat that was only completed by two men: Juan Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher...

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  17. All Things Green For IndyCar Series

    Ethanol is not the only thing right now that is green in the IndyCar series. In less than half of a year and in only nine races, North America's premier open wheel series has grown stupendously...

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  18. Codemasters Acquires F1 Racing License, "F1 09" to Be Released Next Year

    Codemasters, the British game developer that brought us Colin McRae: DiRT and is soon to bring us the highly anticipated Race Driver: GRID has recently acquired the license from Formula One Management to develop F1 video games...

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  19. The New Era of Formula One

    The sport of Formula One is always in perpetual motion, as is evidenced by the teams always testing future setups, the FIA and their regulations, and also Formula One Management’s ...

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  20. Ayrton Senna: Fourteen Years Later

    “If I ever happen to have an accident that eventually costs me my life, I hope it is in one go. I would not like to be in a wheelchair. I would not like to be in a hospital suffering from whatever injury it was...

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  21. In Retrospect: 2008 Spanish Grand Prix

    Three weeks have passed since the Bahrain GP, and during this time period, all of the F1 teams have gone back to their bases in Europe to further juice their machines to get every possible millisecond out of their cars...

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