1. Carlos Gonzalez and the 10 Streakiest Hitters in MLB

    Carlos Gonzalez enjoyed one of the best seasons in recent years in 2010 but so far has gotten off to an inconsistent start in 2011. He is currently one of the streakier hitters in baseball...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 3,462 reads 4 comments

  2. Atlanta Braves: Late-Game Heroics Becoming the Norm for MLB's Hottest Team

    After struggling to get clutch hits throughout the month of April, the Atlanta Braves are back to doing what made them a playoff team in 2010: hitting in clutch spots and winning close games...

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  3. RA Dickey and the 9 Goofiest Pitcher Faces in MLB

    Despite what many people may think, all athletes are not clean-looking; in fact some look rather dorky. It of course doesn't detract from their skills, but through physical exertion ...

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  4. Julio Teheran: 5 Ways the Young Atlanta Braves Pitcher Will Be Better This Time

    In Teheran's first start of his major league career, the youngster threw 4.2 innings, gave up three runs on four hits and struck out one. Oh, and this was against a veteran Philadelphia Phillies lineup...

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  5. Jair Jurrjens: The Atlanta Braves Pitcher Is Becoming One of Baseball's Best

    Jair Jurrjens , just one of the Atlanta Braves ' great young arms, gained his fifth win of the 2011 season when Atlanta defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 5-3 Saturday afternoon...

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  6. NFL Power Rankings: Ranking the Top 10 QB-WR Combos in the League

    As the NFL continues to progress into more of a passing league, teams are looking for a franchise quarterback while also giving him at least one top target to throw to...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 248 reads 78 comments

  7. MLB Predictions: 5 MLB Stars Who Should Change Positions

    Long before Joe Mauer had troubles this year with leg fatigue, people have been saying that he may need to switch positions to save some years of his career later down the road...

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  8. NFL Free Agency 2011: The Top 10 Atlanta Falcons Signings over the Last Decade

    During the last 10 years, the Atlanta Falcons went from the laughingstock of the league to an Super Bowl contender, to a broken franchise following the Michael Vick fiasco, back ...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 1,890 reads 5 comments

  9. Julio Teheran: Looking at the Atlanta Braves Top Prospect's First Game

    It was a simple one-game cameo for the 20-year-old, but it was also a glimpse of the future for Atlanta Braves fans. Julio Teheran was, depending on who you ask, baseball's top pitching prospect or very close to it...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 2,577 reads 9 comments

  10. Nate McLouth: The Atlanta Braves Centerfielder Is Playing Like It's 2008

    Everyone knows the story. In 2008, Nate McLouth went from a no-name player to an All-Star when he hit .276 with 26 homers, 94 RBI, 23 stolen bases and an OPS of .853...

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  11. Atlanta Falcons: Why the Dirty Birds Should Pursue Ray Edwards

    The Atlanta Falcons went 13-3 in 2010 but were quickly knocked out of the playoffs by the eventual Super Bowl-champion Green Bay Packers . It was a disappointing ending after they won the NFC South and earned the top spot in the playoffs...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 2,202 reads 6 comments

  12. Dan Uggla: How May Will Get the Atlanta Braves Second Baseman on Track

    Almost every blog I read in April had comments from Braves' fans on how trading Omar Infante and Michael Dunn for Dan Uggla was already a no-doubt bad deal...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 684 reads 12 comments

  13. Bud Selig and MLB Doing Enough to Address the Concussion Problem in Baseball?

    MLB.com announced on October 21, 2010 that Major League Baseball was looking to add a seven-day disabled list to give concussed players a week to get their bearings back in hopes to be cleared to play...

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  14. NFL Draft 2011: 5 Things Julio Jones Brings to the Atlanta Falcons

    After trading up to the sixth overall draft pick, the Atlanta Falcons decided to draft wide receiver Julio Jones from Alabama. The buzz that this trade may happen really started to heat up Thursday morning and continued to do so throughout the day...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 2,188 reads 28 comments

  15. 2011 NFL Mock Draft: Atlanta Falcons, a Last Look at Potential First Round Picks

    Well, draft day is finally here. After having a fantastic regular season that would give them the number one seed in the playoffs, the Atlanta Falcons were vastly overpowered by the Green Bay Packers and their quarterback Aaron Rodgers ...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 286 reads 0 comments

  16. MLB Predictions 2011: 7 Hitters Most Likely to Make a Run at 50 Home Runs

    In 2010, Jose Bautista became the first player since 2006 to hit at least 50 homers in a season, hitting a total of 54...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 787 reads 3 comments

  17. Atlanta Hawks: Joe Johnson Leads the Team to a 3-1 Lead Over Orlando Magic

    The Atlanta Hawks have done it again. After being absolutely dominated last year in the postseason by the Orlando Magic, Joe Johnson and the squad have gone ahead in the opening round series 3-1...

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  18. Freddie Freeman: Why Atlanta Braves Rookie First Baseman Will Be Just Fine

    For those of you that have ESPN Insider, it is likely that you may have seen Eric Karabell's article yesterday going over some early performances among the league's rookies...

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  19. Barry Bonds: Will His Trial Help or Hurt His Hall of Fame Candidacy?

    There may not be a more polarizing athlete in America's history than Barry Bonds. The longtime left fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants was one of the Sporting News' Top 100 players of the 20th century, coming in at No...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 310 reads 16 comments

  20. Atlanta Braves: Previewing the First Series With the Florida Marlins

    Of all the series to start the season, I think Braves ' second baseman Dan Uggla and new Manager Fredi Gonzalez probably looked for and circled this one first...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 341 reads 3 comments

  21. Chipper Jones: Statistically Comparing Him to Eddie Murray and Mickey Mantle

    Last night Chipper Jones continued his hot start to his 18th major league season by going 2-4 with a double and a single, including three RBI. His second hit was also Jones' 2,500th of his career, adding another stat to his Hall of Fame career...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 2,023 reads 7 comments

  22. Atlanta Braves: A Closer Look at the First Seven Games of the Season

    We now have a week's worth of games to critique the 2011 Braves. While the team's record currently stands at 3-4, there are a good number of things to like so far, as well as some things to not like...

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  23. Atlanta Braves: Brandon Beachy's First Start Makes Team Look Smart

    There were some unhappy people whenever it was announced that Brandon Beachy had beaten out Mike Minor for the Atlanta Braves ' fifth and final starting spot in the rotation...

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  24. MLB's Dying Breed: Why We May Never See 300 Wins, 60 Home Runs Ever Again

    Three-hundred wins by a pitcher makes you a virtual lock for the Hall of Fame (unless you are Roger Clemens, with the steroids issue clouding your career)...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 1,293 reads 14 comments

  25. Atlanta Braves: Opening Day Is Just the Beginning of a Long Journey

    Jason Heyward started off his second season much like his first one. He is penciled in as the sixth hitter in the lineup, playing right field and wearing his now fan-favorite No...

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