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Braves prevent Giants’ sweep

By   /  August 27, 2012  /  Sports  /  Comments Off

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Tweet Staff Reports San Francisco, Ca. – The Braves needed a win, down 2-0 in their series against the San Francisco Giants.  Boy, did they get it.  Atlanta’s Jason Heyward, Freddie Freeman, and Juan Francisco all homered to give the Braves a 7-1 win.  Martin Prado and Brian McCann picked up RBI’s to help with [...]

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Braves stop skid, prevent sweep in 5-1 win

By   /  August 23, 2012  /  Sports  /  Comments Off

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Tweet Staff Reports The Atlanta Braves needed a win Wednesday night.  A loss would have not only been a sweep of the series by the Washington Nationals, but would have put them eight games behind the National League East leaders.  Luckily, Kris Medlen understood that perfectly well and delivered as he improves his record as [...]

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Big night from Chipper lifts Braves over Padres

By   /  August 17, 2012  /  Sports  /  Comments Off

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Tweet Staff Reports Atlanta, Ga – It may be Chipper Jones’ final season, but last night’s performance has some fans wondering if he should play a couple more seasons.  After all, when a play knocks two homers and brings his batting average up to a team leaning .315, those questions are bound to surface.  Especially [...]

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Braves smack Padres, keep pace with Nationals

By   /  August 16, 2012  /  Sports  /  Comments Off

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Tweet Staff Reports San Deigo, Ca – Dan Uggla had been slumping.  Past tense, it seems.  The All-Star second baseman’s three run shot in the third, coupled with Paul Mahom’s five hit, one run pitching performance, gave Atlanta all the dominance a fan could ask for as the Braves kept pace with the Washington Nationals [...]

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Braves rebound in a big way

By   /  August 15, 2012  /  Sports  /  Comments Off

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Tweet Staff reports Things weren’t looking up for the Braves.  Two straight losses are never a good thing, and losing the last one to the Padres was just insult to injury.  Atlanta needed to rebound, and rebound big.  Thankfully, right-handed pitcher Tim Hudson agreed.

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Braves belted by Padres

By   /  August 14, 2012  /  Sports  /  Comments Off

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Tweet Staff Reports Atlanta Braves’ starting pitcher Mike Minor (6-9) allowed three runs and a staggering nine hits in six innings as the San Diego Padres smacked the Braves, 4-1.  That’s not to say that the Braves weren’t in this one, but the Padres’ Eric Stults threw a great game, allowing just five hits and [...]

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Late rally not enough for Braves

By   /  August 13, 2012  /  Sports  /  Comments Off

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Tweet Staff Reports It was a heroic effort, but four runs in the ninth just weren’t enough for the Braves to catch up to the New York Mets, losing 5-6.  With two outs in the ninth, the Mets’ Frank Francisco walked two batters with the bases loaded, then gave up a two run double to [...]

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Braves smack Phillies

By   /  August 7, 2012  /  Sports  /  Comments Off

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Tweet Staff Reports For some, Mondays are horrible.  Last night it seems, Mondays are A-OK for the Atlanta Braves as Jason Heyward homered and Ben Sheets pitched into the eighth inning as Atlanta beat the Phillies 6-1.  Atlanta is 11 for 13. Dan Uggla had two hits, Freddie Freeman knocked in two runs, and Brian [...]

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VINTAGE ALBANY- Baseball and Albany

By   /  May 21, 2012  /  Betty Rehberg, News, Vintage Albany  /   Comments

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Tweet   The game of baseball became a craze in the US by the mid 1850’s when it was introduced in New York. Baseball has a long history with Albany as well. Going back at least to the 1870’s when Albany had the D. E. Smith ball club.  One of Albany’s early baseball parks was [...]

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