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2014 Atlanta Braves Tickets - The Last Bat of Bobby Cox
Atlanta Braves tickets will see the end of an era as Bobby Cox looks to ride off into the sunset. Braves tickets holders are hoping it’s going to be a great sendoff as they anticipate the Braves winning the National League East with a strong season. Based on the strong late season performance of the Braves have a good shot at it. It’s been awhile since Atlanta baseball fans have felt this good about their team. The 2014 MLB season looks to be one of the better ones in Turner Field as Bobby Cox and the fans with Atlanta Brave tickets gear up for another round under the old master.
If the Braves are looking for improvement it's in the hitting game. Long time Brave Chipper Jones struggled all season and even contemplated retirement. Jones doesn't have to set any records but he does have to return to his old reliable self. Braves fans and management are banking on newcomer Jason Heyward, a top ranked rookie, to come in and light a fire on the Atlanta hitting lineup. With steady hitting from Martin Prado and a little power from Troy Glaus, Atlanta Braves tickets should be set to provide entertainment for the summer and possibly into October.
The Atlanta Braves are just learning to win again under Bobby Cox so the road to the playoffs won't be easy. They'll have to get out of the NL East so those key games against the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets will be high tension contests. Try and score Braves tickets for home stands with the San Diego Padres and Cincinnati Reds also as the Atlanta Braves fight for a place in the National League.
In baseball it all begins with pitching. The Atlanta Braves have the benefit of fielding one of the better pitching staffs in the MLB. Tim Hudson should be a force. Coming back from an injury that kept him in the dugout in 2009, Hudson is now healthy and ready to go. He got some work late in 2009 and appeared to be picking up right where he left off. A solid showing in 2010 will be a big boost for the Atlanta Braves. It’s no small thing that Derek Lowe is on the roster. Lowe is billed as a potential 20-game winner and will certainly play a major role in 2010. Then there’s second year man Tommy Hanson, who posted 11 wins in his rookie year and has earned the confidence of Bobby Cox and Braves ticket holders with his consistency.
Feeble offense likely costs Braves a playoff spot
ATLANTA – The Atlanta Braves watched another team celebrate at Turner Field. Barring a remarkable turnaround, they'll be watching the postseason at home. After spending a good part of the year in or near first place in the NL East, the Braves faded from ...
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Preview: Mets at Braves
Atlanta resides six games behind Pittsburgh for the final National League wild-card spot with just 10 games remaining, and Teheran tries to snap a three-start losing streak as the Braves desperately cling to their faint postseason hopes. The Mets have lost five ...
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Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets preview: Julio Teheran vs. Zack Wheeler
Atlanta All Day
The Atlanta Braves (gasp) got back into the win column on the back of Alex Wood and a brief offensive outbreak on Wednesday night, and after an off day to quell any momentum (insert laughter here), the New York Mets arrive in Atlanta for a weekend set.
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Attorney says fire retribution for blasting Braves' stadium deal
Atlanta Business Chronicle
An east Cobb attorney who has been critical of Cobb County's financing of the Atlanta Braves new $672 million stadium says a fire burned in her yard on Thursday was retribution. Susan McCoy says someone burned sections of a plastic fence and several ...
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TBT: Atlanta Braves John Smoltz Lets One Out On Air
John Smoltz had a 21 year career in the MLB, 20 seasons with the Atlanta Braves and his final with the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals. He collected 213 wins during that span as well as 154 saves, eight All-Star appearances and won the Cy ...
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