Top Moments in MLB Opening Day History

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MLB Opening Day is like New Years Day for baseball. Significant events, memorable events, and bizarre events have all occurred on baseball’s annual rebirth. For instance, the 1923 New York Yankees season was a special one. Not only did they open the original Yankee Stadium, but it ended with the Yankees winning the first of 27 World […] READ MORE


Braves by Decade: 1970s Braves

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The 1970s. An era of flashiness, yet also an era of subtlety. In politics and world history, the Cold War raged forward. The United States did battle with the Soviet Union in a number of rather unconventional ways. In society, the disco world was in full force. Shiny objects were the name of the game. […] READ MORE


Reliving History: Barry Bonds Number 756

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Reliving History: Barry Bonds Number 756 The Plaque At Oracle Park there is a plaque that is hung on a brick facade in the right-center field bleachers. The six-foot-tall plaque is the shape of a badge that one would typically find on a police officer. Written on it is the last name of arguably that […] READ MORE


Braves by Decade: 1960s Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves

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The 1960s was a time of revolutionary thinking. For better or worse, people the world over were changing their views. In 1963, a man named Martin Luther King, Jr. gave a legendary speech that sparked massive racial change. In the latter part of the decade came a radical movement for peace in Vietnam. The revolution […] READ MORE


Braves by Decade: 1950s Boston/Milwaukee Braves

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The 1950s. A decade of overall prosperity for the United States. Times were beginning to change. By the end of the decade, the country would see the first steps towards racial equality. Music was changing as well, as Elvis Presley and Bill Haley swept around the nation. The rapid evolution was not lost on the […] READ MORE


Top Five Moments in Atlanta Braves History: Part Two

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The history of the Atlanta Braves is rife with moments. Some, such as last year’s NLCS, fans don’t particularly enjoy but can accept and move on. Others, such as the infamous 2012 NL Wild Card Game, fans want to forget. Then, there are those discussed in the first part of this list. Those moments brought […] READ MORE


Jose Abreu, Freddie Freeman Win Hank Aaron Award

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Jose Abreu of the Chicago White Sox and Freddie Freeman of the Atlanta Braves were named winners of the 2020 Hank Aaron Award in the American and National leagues, respectively, on Tuesday. The award goes to the player in each league with the most outstanding offensive performance. It is the first time either player has […] READ MORE


Albert Pujols Ties Willie Mays on All-Time Home Run List

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Albert Pujols moved into a tie with Willie Mays for fifth place on the all-time home run list. His home run Sunday in the eighth inning of Carlos Estévez of the Colorado Rockies was the 660th of his career. 6️⃣6️⃣0️⃣!!! pic.twitter.com/O31nUhiqWu — Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) September 13, 2020 Career Milestones The home run is […] READ MORE


All-Time Great National League Team Hitters

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Since 1933, the American League and National League have squared off in arguably sport’s most popular exhibition game. The Major League Baseball All-Star Game has been host to literally hundreds of the games greatest players. But, of all of the all-stars in the history of the game, who would be considered the best? Let’s go […] READ MORE


MLB The Show 20: Legends We Need to See

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MLB The Show 20: Legends We Need to See Thursday was a devastating day for baseball fans, as the league suspended the season until mid-April at the earliest. Many fans have wondered what they would do in the meantime. Quietly in the background, however, the release date for MLB: The Show 20 showed up. Those […] READ MORE