1. “Mr. November” and the 10 Greatest Walk-Offs in World Series History

    The walk-off home run is the most exciting way to end a game in baseball, and the World Series has had its fair share of these memorable endings...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 781 reads 6 comments

  2. MLB Trade Rumors: Every Team's Top Trade Asset This Offseason

    The baseball offseason is often ruled by free agency, and this offseason will be no different with big names such as Prince Fielder and Albert Pujols on the market. There are always noteworthy trades as well, though...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 260 reads 1 comments

  3. Braves vs. Red Sox: Whose Wild Card Collapse Would Be Most Debilitating?

    The Atlanta Braves and Boston Red Sox came into September with the wild card spot in the playoffs seemingly locked up. They were both teams that had dominated at times, the Braves with pitching, the Red Sox with hitting...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 2,090 reads 12 comments

  4. MLB Power Rankings: How Far Have the Red Sox Fallen?

    The Boston Red Sox started off the year slowly, became the team we all expected them to be, and are again struggling as the year begins to come to a close...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 367 reads 0 comments

  5. MLB Trade News: 6 Best Post-Deadline Performances

    In 1998, the Houston Astros traded for Randy Johnson from the Seattle Mariners. Prior to the trade, Johnson was 9-10 with a 4.33 ERA. After being traded, Johnson went on a tear, going 10-1 with an ERA of 1...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 843 reads 6 comments

  6. MLB Power Rankings: Are the Brewers Creeping Up on the Yankees, Red Sox?

    There are six teams in baseball with at least 70 wins, those being the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Texas Rangers, Philadelphia Phillies, Atlanta Braves, and Milwaukee Brewers...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 570 reads 0 comments

  7. MLB Trade News: 4 Deadline Deals That Have Already Backfired

    Every year, teams make trades that are meant to help them make a playoff push. Some of these trades work out very well, others do not. The trades on this list are from the latter...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 957 reads 2 comments

  8. Jacoby Ellsbury and the 9 Most Amazing Straight Steals of Home in MLB History

    It's the most exciting play in baseball, yet it's one that we almost never see nowadays. The straight steal of home. It's a feat that Ty Cobb accomplished 54 times in his career, the most in the history of baseball...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 4,465 reads 0 comments

  9. Dan Uggla: The Atlanta Braves Second Baseman Has a 30 Game Hitting Streak

    For the first three-plus months of this season, Dan Uggla couldn't seem to buy a hit. Now Uggla is basically carrying the offense for the Braves . Coming into Tuesday night's game, Dan Uggla had a 29-game hitting streak...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 398 reads 3 comments

  10. Atlanta Falcons: Pleased to Perch Just Outside Top Five of ESPN Power Rankings

    ESPN released their first version of their power rankings today. The Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers are first in the initial rankings and I certainly can't argue with that...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 3,584 reads 6 comments

  11. NFL Free Agency 2011: The 6 Teams That Were Surprisingly Cunning

    This was perhaps the single craziest free agency period in NFL history. In basically two weeks, it seemed like the entire landscape of professional football was changed. Some teams did great, other teams not so much...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 227 reads 0 comments

  12. Atlanta Falcons: Bringing Back Jason Snelling Is More Important Than Many Know

    The last two weeks I've been pretty worried that the Atlanta Falcons wouldn't bring back Jason Snelling , one of the most important keys to the Falcons' success last year. Snelling is vital to the offense because he does so many different things...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 845 reads 1 comments

  13. Jair Jurrjens: Can the Atlanta Braves Pitcher Get Back on Track?

    It's one thing to have a bad outing or two in a row—because it happens to everybody not named Roy Halladay—but Jair Jurrjens is starting to get into pretty scary territory...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 482 reads 6 comments

  14. Atlanta Falcons: Rookie Julio Jones Brings Explosiveness to a Team in Need

    The Atlanta Falcons traded five picks to move up in the 2011 draft to select wide receiver Julio Jones from the University of Alabama...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 3,441 reads 7 comments

  15. MLB Trade Deadline Report Cards: Grading Every Seller's Prospect Acquisitions

    There were a few sellers during the trade deadline, from teams like Seattle to Houston. Over the past few weeks many sites, including this one, have been ablaze with all of the rumors ...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 286 reads 2 comments

  16. Atlanta Braves: How Getting Michael Bourn May Set Up World Series Run

    "The Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros announced today that the two clubs have completed a five-player trade...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 1,441 reads 42 comments

  17. Atlanta Braves Trade Rumors: The Team's Top Center Field Options

    Buster Olney of ESPN thinks the Braves will now go after a center fielder prior to the deadline, and he mentions Coco Crisp as a candidate...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 1,655 reads 10 comments

  18. NFL Free Agency 2011: Atlanta Falcons Sign Ray Edwards to 5-Year Deal

    Jay Glazer of Fox Sports is reporting that the Falcons have signed defensive end Ray Edwards to a five-year deal, but the numbers haven't been disclosed yet...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 1,887 reads 14 comments

  19. NFL Free Agency 2011: Atlanta Falcons' First Objective? Re-signing Brent Grimes

    After signing with the Falcons as an undrafted free agent prior to the 2007 season, Brent Grimes has become one of the better corner backs in the league...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 1,370 reads 3 comments

  20. David Ross: Why the Atlanta Braves Are in Good Hands with This Catcher

    David Ross is no Brian McCann. I'll just go ahead and get that out of the way. However, that doesn't mean that Ross is completely incompetent as the Braves catcher. This year, Ross has put up a slash of ...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 391 reads 1 comments

  21. Atlanta Braves Trade Speculation: 8 Bats to Help Mask Heyward, Uggla's Struggles

    The Atlanta Braves are 59-43 in large part because of their pitching staff. The Braves have struggled some in that department in the second half, but are still sixth in the league in ERA...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about 3 years ago 4,896 reads 3 comments

  22. Dan Uggla: The Atlanta Braves Second Baseman Has Found His Swing

    Dan Uggla was in a slump like nothing he had ever experienced. He was consistently rolling over outside pitches or was popping up pitches that he would normally crush...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 840 reads 6 comments

  23. MLB Rumors: Top 8 Blockbusters That Didn't Go Down Over Last Decade

    Every year, there are hundreds, maybe thousands, of trade rumors that are spoken of for a few hours and then quietly put aside and never heard of again. There are always going to be players that many expect to be trade, but it never happens...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 2,122 reads 4 comments

  24. MLB Trade Rumors: Should the Atlanta Braves Try and Get Alex Gordon?

    According to ESPN Insider Jason Churchill , the Kansas City Royals should be trying to trade away Alex Gordon to further their rebuilding efforts. There is a chance that an MLB team could deal a solid pitcher, such as a No...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 4,357 reads 63 comments

  25. MLB Trade Rumors: Why Atlanta Braves' Trading Jair Jurrjens Would Not Be Smart

    Along with some other websites, ESPN believes that the Atlanta Braves should trade away the guy with the lowest ERA in the National League, Jair Jurrjens ...

    Will Brown Written by Will Brown about over 3 years ago 1,513 reads 15 comments