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First Time In Years: Braves Healthy Heading into Spring Training

First Time In Years: Braves Healthy Heading into Spring Training

By Kevin McAlpin For the first time in years, the Braves are reporting to Spring Training a healthy group. Brian McCann, Josh Donaldson, Mike Soroka and Dansby Swanson were among a number of players that missed time last year due to injuries. But as pitchers and catchers reported on Friday, one of the big topics…More

Big Expectations For the 2019 Braves

Big Expectations For the 2019 Braves

The 2018 Braves not only took home accolades for their accomplishments as a team, but Brian Snitker (Manager of the Year), Ronald Acuña (Rookie of the Year) along with Freddie Freeman, Ender Inciarte and Nick Markakis (Gold Glove) were all recognized for individual accomplishments as well. Oh yeah, Nick Markakis also took home his first…More

Spring Is In the Air and Pitchers Are Everywhere!

Spring Is In the Air and Pitchers Are Everywhere!

By Kevin McAlpin Braves Radio Network Ahhhh, baseball weather. Ok, maybe not quite, but believe me, Spring is in the air here in Central Florida. While Braves pitchers & catchers will officially report on Friday, this morning the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex was buzzing as 15-20 pitchers were already out playing catch in…More

Column: Woods, Mickelson still going strong

Column: Woods, Mickelson still going strong

By DOUG FERGUSON LOS ANGELES (AP) — The 144-man field at Riviera has 88 players who have combined to win 496 times on the PGA Tour. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson account for 25 percent of those victories. No one should be surprised. While too one-sided to be a rivalry, they have been a powerful…More

Atlanta’s Jeremy Lin gets bought out, plans to sign with Raptors

Atlanta’s Jeremy Lin gets bought out, plans to sign with Raptors

By TIM REYNOLDS MIAMI (AP) — Jeremy Lin is on the move again, with the veteran guard getting waived by the Atlanta Hawks and intending to sign later this week playoff-contending Toronto Raptors. The Hawks waived Lin on Monday and Jim Tanner, one of his agents, confirmed Lin’s plan to join Toronto, which was first…More

Mickelson beats everyone but the dark at Pebble

Mickelson beats everyone but the dark at Pebble

By DOUG FERGUSON PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Phil Mickelson had everything go his way Sunday in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. He just couldn’t beat the darkness. On a wild day of weather even by Pebble Beach standards, sunshine gave way to a hail storm that covered the greens in a sheet of white…More

Spurrier returns to sideline, wins AAF opener over Atlanta

Spurrier returns to sideline, wins AAF opener over Atlanta

By FRED GOODALL ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The Head Ball Coach is back, lighting up the scoreboard and selling the Alliance of American Football. And fans — at least those in Orlando, Florida, who showed up in the rain for Steve Spurrier’s debut in the new league Saturday night — are eager to buy. The…More

HIVE FIVE: Swarm vs. Bandits Preview

HIVE FIVE: Swarm vs. Bandits Preview

5 Quick Stings for the Swarm’s fourth annual Native Heritage Night   by Ty Merrow The Georgia Swarm’s season is half over. Can you believe it? Nine games down, and only nine left to go. While it feels like we got here quickly (we did), that doesn’t mean things can be taken easy. The Swarm…More

Brett Daniels – COO of the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee

Brett Daniels – COO of the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee

http://images.tritondigitalcms.com/1453/sites/2/2019/02/07113613/Southern-Company-Call-In-BNK-020619-COMPRESSED.mp3  The Superbowl was an unmitigated success for the City of Atlanta, and Kincade has decided to turn this episode of “Business of Sports” into a victory for the city of Atlanta and for Brett Daniels – COO of the Atlanta Super Bowl Host Committee!  Well done and congratulations to all involved with making the…More

Florida State, Miami try to flip narrative on signing day

Florida State, Miami try to flip narrative on signing day

By RALPH D. RUSSO Florida State and Miami were hoping signing day could help put to the negativity of 2018 to rest and provide a push toward better times. Coming off a 5-7 record in their first season under coach Willie Taggart, the Seminoles landed a top 20 class but struck out on a much-needed…More

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