ATLANTA — The Atlanta Braves avoided arbitration with one of their cornerstone players on Tuesday, agreeing to a two-year deal with outfielder Jason Heyward. Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reports the deal is worth $13.3 […]
ATLANTA – It won’t be long until the moving trucks will be departing from Turner Field bound for the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. But before the exhibition games begin, the Atlanta Braves and […]
The Atlanta Braves avoided arbitration with four players on Friday, but the team still has more work to do. Among those to reach agreement were pitchers Kris Medlen and Mike Minor, third baseman Chris Johnson […]
Well we all new it was going to happen at some point. Baseball is no longer going to be the fast-paced game we’ve come to enjoy. Lest you think I am crazy, I’ll go ahead […]
ATLANTA — The Atlanta Braves released a list of 22 players who will be attending 2014 Spring Training as non-roster invitees on Monday. Among those invited to camp are highly touted pitchers J.R. Graham and Jason Hursch […]
Put’em Up So Anthony Bosch, the founder of the Florida anti-aging clinic (hint, hint), Biogenesis came clean. Last night in a “60 Minutes” interview where he said that Alex (A-Fraud) Rodriguez paid him $12,000 per […]
The baseball world was set abuzz by the announcement that Yankees star third baseman Alex Rodriguez has been suspended for the entire 2014 season (including the postseason). It is the largest suspension ever handed out for […]
Some of the best American sporting events worth traveling for are the Daytona 500, the Masters Tournament, the Super Bowl the U.S. Open and the World Series.
Chris Rose joined Rick and Jamie from the Baseball Winter meetings. Chris talked about Frank Wren needing to go get better, replacing leadership, getting a pitcher and the drama going on with the Redskins.
The argument for the deal is simple, says Cobb County Commission Chairman Tim Lee and other supporters. Almost $400 million in county bonds and immediate infrastructure improvements, with debt payments approaching $600 million over 30 years — will generate enough economic activity and, thus, tax revenue to justify the spending.