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Interesting articles for your Saturday reading... MLB Players with College Degrees on FoxSports.com. No Braves in their slideshow, but I loved it anyway. Some of these guys have legit degrees. Braves Pitcher Tim Hudson warns East Coweta students on the dangers of texting and driving on CowetaSchools.org. The bottom picture of Homer trying to pep up the high schoolers and none of them reacting cracked me up. Pivotal year awaits for Brian McCann on ESPN.com. They chose a horrible picture, and people need to stop assuming Mac will be gone at the end of the season. The Braves never let Chipper walk, did they? Heyward, four other Braves avoid arbitration on MLB.com. (Those other four Braves are very important people: Cristhian Martinez, Kris Medlen, Eric O'Flaherty, and Jonny Venters.) Thinking about going to Spring Training but concerned about the travel costs? Here's a Groupon you might be interested in. Video of Simba discussing the 2013 Rookie Career Development Program: And...
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