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Atlanta Braves Week 3: What Have We Learned? - Atlanta All Day

Atlanta Braves Week 3: What Have We Learned?
Atlanta All Day
The third week of baseball saw a two city road trip, Philadelphia and New York, with the Braves winning each of the series, and only dropping one (the final game) in each. And, again, while it is still incredibly early here in the 2014 season, with every game we ...

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Morning Chop: Atlanta Braves News 4/21 - Tomahawk Take

Morning Chop: Atlanta Braves News 4/21
Tomahawk Take
Tomahawk Take's Editorial Notes: In a game that seemed to never end, the Atlanta Braves walk away the losers after a Curtis Granderson walk-off sac fly in the 14th inning. The New York Mets improved to 9-9 and the Braves currently sit at 12-6.

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Yankees, Mets prospects visiting Lakewood this week - www.app.com

Yankees, Mets prospects visiting Lakewood this week
www.app.com
The Lakewood BlueClaws — the Philadelphia Phillies' affiliate in the South Atlantic League — will host Class-A affiliates of both the New York Yankees and the New York Mets for a total of eight games over the next seven days. The homestand begins at 6:35 ...

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Farnsworth Named Mets Closer - WPRO

Farnsworth Named Mets Closer
WPRO
(NEW YORK) -- New York Mets skipper Terry Collins announced Sunday that Kyle Farnsworth is the team's new closer. The 38-year-old Farnsworth, who didn't make the team out of spring training, takes over for Jose Valverde, who has allowed four home ...

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One Trade Every MLB Team Should Already Be Thinking About - Bleacher Report

Bleacher Report

One Trade Every MLB Team Should Already Be Thinking About
Bleacher Report
That was made clear by the recent swap between the New York Mets and the Pittsburgh Pirates, which saw Ike Davis head to the NL Central in exchange for Zach Thornton and a player to be named later. Between now and the July 31 trade deadline, general ...

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