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An Evan Gattis foul popup near home plate landed directly in an unsuspecting vendor's drink tray, triggering a huge splash-landing during Tuesday's Brewers-Braves game at Turner Field. Even Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy stopped and did a double-take when the ball sent beverages flying.
The slightly soaked vendor refused a fan's offer of the wayward ball and instead laughed it off to high-fives and cheers from the surrounding crowd
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A foul popup by Atlanta Braves left fielder Evan Gattis splashed down as it landed right in a drink vendor's tray during Tuesday night's game at Turner Field.
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It happened in the bottom of the second inning as Gattis fouled the first pitch behind home plate. The drink vendor was a couple of rows back and couldn't see the ball...
When you have already clinched the division and there are still games to play things like this happen. The Atlanta Braves have a new video out, a parody of Robin Thicke’s hit song ‘Blurred Lines’ titled Baselines. In the video Aaron Chewning, a comedian from Atlanta, plays the role of Thicke. Of course the part that will catch the eyes of Brave fans is the awesome cameo of...
Milwaukee Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez ignited a bench clearing brawl with the Atlanta Braves in the first inning of Wednesday night's game at Turner Field when he took a bit too long to admire his home run before jogging the bases.
Gomez hit the ball deep to left and watched it for a few seconds before one of the Braves (either catcher Brian McCann or first baseman...
The Atlanta Braves have released a parody of "Blurred Lines," starring Javy Lopez and titled "Baselines." Enjoy October, Braves fans.
Andrelton Simmons' single to the gap in right-center drove in Justin Upton with two outs in the ninth inning to give the Atlanta Braves a 3-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night.
Upton led off the ninth by hitting the first pitch from Donovan Hand (0-5) for a single to left. Freddie Freeman hit a fly ball to deep center for the first out before Evan Gattis, who had...
With the Atlanta Braves resting a handful of regulars, Marco Estrada carved through an Atlanta lineup appearing to be suffering from a division-clinching hangover.
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Simmons is hitting .247/.295/.397 with 17 home runs this season.
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The Brewers' Carlos Gomez and the Braves' Reed Johnson have each been suspended one game after a benches-clearing argument between their teams.
Both were also fined an undisclosed amount Thursday.
In the top of the first inning Wednesday in Atlanta, Gomez homered off Paul Maholm, still furious the Braves starter hit him with a pitch three months earlier.
Gomez stood in...