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Love My Bravos:
I love Twitter, don't you?
Mas nerviosoooo y me mato ...!
— luis armando avilan (@lavilan70) September 20, 2012
Thats why im a rookie twitter.com/Julio_Teheran/…
— Julio Teheran (@Julio_Teheran) September 20, 2012
— randall delgado (@RandallDelgado) September 20, 2012
It wasn't that bad after all. Kinda fun twitter.com/Andrelton/stat…
— AndreltonSimmons (@Andrelton) September 20, 2012
1 of many twitter.com/PeterMoylan/st…
— Peter Moylan (@PeterMoylan) September 20, 2012
Avilan: Super Hoops
Gearrin: Scooby Doo
Teheran, Chipper, Delgado: Pimps
Constanza: ...Bavarian guy?
Whoever decided Tyler should be Tink is now my #2 favorite Brave.
— Lauren T. (@BravesLove) September 20, 2012
If you run across any more photos, please share! Wish we'd seen pics every year (*ahem* JHey as Big Bird).
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Atlanta Braves third baseman Chipper Jones appeared on the Kiss Cam during Wednesday night's game at Marlin Park in Miami, so teammate Freddie Freeman planted one on Chipper's cheek. Your browser does not support iframes. Although it was a bit awkward, it also seemed appropriate in a way, with Jones playing his final game at Marlin Park before he retires at the end of the...
There's no slowing Kris Medlen.
In pregame warm-ups.
Running his mouth in the clubhouse.
And especially on the mound.
He's a constant blur of motion and energy, which he's harnessed to become the best starter in the majors right now.
Atlanta's boyish right-hander remained hotter than a Miami summer, adding to his unbeaten streak and growing legend on Wednesday...
The Great Big Good Bye Farewell Tour of one Chipper Jones keeps on churning, as the Atlanta Braves made a stop this week in Miami for a three-games series with the Marlins. On the final game of the series on Wednesday night, the Marlins organization paid its respects to Chipper and his marvelous, Hall of [...]
Were beginning to see the signs, ever so slight.
A single here.
A double there.
There were two ninth-inning hits to tie Tuesday nights game before the Braves lost 4-3 in the 10th.
Braves hitters seem to be waking from the comatose state theyve stumbled around in with runners in scoring position, but they continue to have the worst average in the majors with their teammates standing...
We don't really want to, do we? I guess we have to...
Chipper Jones continues his farewell tour to Major League Baseball tonight with his last stop in Philadelphia as the Phillies take on the Braves. According to the Inquirer's Matt Gelb, the Phillies will honor Chipper Jones prior to tonight's series opener at Citizens Bank Park:
The Phillies will present...
@kolbiclynn @braveslove @uscfox @braveslove don't know how she got blocked. I haven't blocked anyone.
— Kris Medlen (@KrisMedlen54) September 21, 2012
1. Love my friends going to bat for me.
2. Love Meds, glad I can fully cheer for him again.
3. Now I can be more excited about going to next Tuesday's game. If the rotation holds he'll be pitching!
When it comes to the Kiss Cam, no one is safe. Back in July, President Barack Obama learned the lesson. During Wednesday's game against the Marlins, Braves third baseman Chipper Jones was the latest one to suffer embarrassment via the Kiss Cam. And it was as a result of his teammates. In the seventh inning of the game, the Kiss Cam shifted to Jones and teammates Freddie Freeman...
When Kris Medlen moved from the bullpen to make a start against the Miami Marlins seven weeks ago, the Atlanta Braves weren't sure exactly what to expect.
Every time he takes the mound now, they expect a win.
The Braves go for a 21st straight victory in a start by Medlen in Wednesday night's series finale in Miami.
Atlanta's four-game winning streak was snapped Tuesday...
I often like to say that success is the result of talent meeting opportunity. That’s what makes Kris Medlen‘s breakout so surprising.
The talent has always been there. After a late start to his pitching career (he was converted to the position in college), Medlen has quickly mastered his craft. His control has always been impeccable, walking just 2.13 batters per nine innings...
Legends of baseball come and go. Certain players forever leave a legacy. Ken Griffey Jr.'s and Roberto Clemente's legacy will always be, "what could have been". For two totally different reasons. Lou Gehrig left a legacy with his on-field performance as well as his farewell speech(click link to see speech) where he declared himself," The luckiest man on the...
As the Chipper Jones farewell tour continues through Major League Baseball, the Miami Marlins decided to give Chipper the ultimate tribute by putting him on the kiss cam.Watch as teammate Freddie Freeman notices the opportunity to plant a kiss on Chipper thanks to the cam and goes for the cheek kiss.To give credit to Chipper, he didn't shy away from it:Your browser does not support iframes.
Chipper Jones has feasted on the Marlins throughout his career. Through 244 games against the club, the Braves third baseman unloaded 40 home runs, 165 RBIs while hitting .299. He's notched the most games, blasts and RBIs against the Marlins than any other player. So it was only fitting the Marlins gave Jones a rod, a reel and fishing gear as a parting gift for his retirement...
We have reached the end: this is the last Phillies homestand of the 2012 season. The Atlanta Braves open the homestand tonight for the first of a three-game series. Being Atlanta's last visit to Citizens Bank Park and with the impending retirement of Chipper Jones, he will be honored by the Phillies before tonight's game. Kyle Kendrick takes on Braves starter Tommy...
The Atlanta Braves have the chance to clinch a playoff berth this weekend. The Philadelphia Phillies simply hope they'll still be in contention following these three games.
The Braves will try to move closer to securing an NL wild-card spot Friday night when they begin this road series against the Phillies.
With 12 games remaining, Atlanta (86-64) has a six-game lead atop the...
JONESBORO (9/19/12) – Arkansas State University Chancellor Dr.?Tim Hudson announced Wednesday that Terry Mohajir, a 20-year veteran leader in collegiate athletics with a diverse background as an administrator, coach, student-athlete and city government participant, has been named A-State’s 11th Director of Athletics.