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3 hours ago Braves News: Travis D’Arnaud Goes Deep Again, Ronald Acuna Jr. Sets New Stolen Base Record, More
Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports It was a historic night in Atlanta. Travis D’Arnaud delivered his fifth home run over his past three games. Bryce Elder went nearly seven shutout innings. But the fun part of the night in the Braves 3-0 win over the Marlins was the history that was made by a few long-time Braves. Ronald Acuna Jr. surpassed Rafael Furcal for the most stolen bases by a Brave in the Atlanta era of the franchise (since 1966.) Meanwhile, AJ Minter set a franchise holds record with the 108th hold of his career, proving how consistent he has been in his time in Atlanta. The calling card of the Braves over the past few regular seasons is that they keep winning and they keep making history. That trend seems to be continuing into 2024. Braves News The Braves will look to continue their winning ways on Tuesday in what should result in another series win against an NL East opponent. Drake Baldwin went deep on Sunday down on the farm. Sam Houston State catcher Walker Janek was projected to go 24th to the Braves in the latest Baseball America mock draft. Janek has been a fast riser up draft boards this spring. Mark Bowman looks at Bryce Elder’s day and taking advantage of his first opportunity in the majors this season. David O’brien looks at the success from D’Arnaud and Elder plus the Braves early season efforts to manage the starting rotation. A new documentary on Ozzie Albies will air this Thursday. MLB News Yankees manager Aaron Boone was ejected in a bizarre situation against the A’s on Monday. Ranger Suarez has now thrown 25 straight scoreless innings as the Phillies won their seventh game in a row. The Phillies and Braves have arguably been the best teams in the National League over the past two weeks. The Mets won yet again as well. Like the Phillies, the Mets’ pitching has been impressive as of late, especially their bullpen. Diamondbacks pitcher Merrill Kelly could be headed to the 15-day IL with a shoulder injury. Arizona will give today’s start to Tommy Henry. Reds starter Frankie Montas was placed on the injured list with a forearm contusion. Veteran starter Wade Miley of the Brewers will also go on the injured list due to an elbow injury. The Mets designated reliever Michael Tonkin for assignment. He has now been with the Mets for two separate stints this year.
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Photo by Kevin D. Liles/Atlanta Braves/Getty Images Atlanta and Miami are set to start another series against each other. The Atlanta Braves are on a solid run of form as of late, as they’ve won three straight series and only recently had a six-game winning streak get snapped. This run includes a successful trip to Miami that saw the Braves take two-out-of-three from the Miami Marlins at the stadium formerly known as Marlins Park. That was earlier in the month and now the Marlins are coming to town looking to set the record straight. They’ll be starting with Ryan Weathers on the mound tonight, while Bryce Elder is getting the ball for Atlanta. Elder will be looking to stake his claim as a regular in this rotation and a good performance tonight will go a long way towards making that a reality. Game Notes Preview Lineups
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18 hours ago The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences’ newest exhibit is a [pre]historic first
The landmark exhibit includes an intact triceratops and the world’s only 100-percent-complete skeleton of a T. rex in one piece of rock. The post The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences’ newest exhibit is a [pre]historic first appeared first on Atlanta Magazine.
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Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images The greatest quarterback in Falcons history rides off into the sunset. The Atlanta Falcons of 2007 were bereft, rudderless, and in rough shape. With no franchise quarterback after Michael Vick’s legal troubles and a carousel of Byron Leftwich, Joey Harrington, and Chris Redman in 2007, the team needed hope and direction. They needed to land a player who could lead them to better days. The choice was Matt Ryan. The Boston College product was not immediately embraced by many fans, including yours truly, and certainly there were quarters of the Falcons fanbase who always held him at arm’s length. Yet there’s no doubt whatsoever that Ryan was the right choice for the franchise, a man who elevated Falcons football and poured time, money, and soul into the community he lived and played in for 14 years, leaving as the team’s sole MVP, one of just two quarterbacks to pilot the team to a Super Bowl berth, and the all-time franchise leader in every single passing category worth mentioning. We said goodbye to Ryan when the Falcons traded him to the Colts for a third-round pick ahead of the 2022 season, but Ryan didn’t officially hang it up after a disastrous year in Indianapolis marred by Jim Irsay’s meddling. Ryan’s retirement only became official today, when he finally announced he’s hanging up his cleats for good and sticking to the booth, where he’s already proven to be the kind of high-end professional he always was on the field. LIVE: Matt Ryan speaks to the media as he retires from the NFL as a Falcon https://t.co/rpGX1yp3KK— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) April 22, 2024 He signed a one-day contract with the Falcons to ceremonially retire as a member of the team that drafted him. From: Matt Ryan To: Atlanta pic.twitter.com/JWhkNqHzdY— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) April 22, 2024 As you’d anticipate, Arthur Blank and former teammates were in the mood to remember his time in Atlanta fondly. A statement from Arthur M. Blank on the retirement of Matt Ryan pic.twitter.com/7FMWfC4c39— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) April 22, 2024 Words can’t explain what @M_Ryan02 meant to the @AtlantaFalcons Organization…In a DARK PLACE the year of 2007, #MattRyan came & saved the Franchise in 2008…Thank you #deuce #MattyIce …It was an honor to be your draft-mate & teammate … https://t.co/a8M3NK0F75— Harry Douglas (@HDouglas83) April 22, 2024 With Ryan retiring and the Falcons importing Kirk Cousins to try to give themselves Ryan-caliber play at quarterback again, it’s worth reflecting on his remarkable career in Atlanta. You have to remember how low the expectations were in 2008—I was urging fans to be patient with Mike Smith and Ryan even though I was not overly optimistic about the young quarterback’s fortunes—and how immediately Ryan, Roddy White, Michael Turner, and John Abraham helped flip those expectations around. The Falcons would post five straight winning seasons with Ryan at the helm after never posting back-to-back winning seasons in the prior 40-plus years in franchise history, doing so despite the rise and fall of coordinators, Turner, and an ever-changing defense. The common denominators were Ryan’s quiet excellence, Smitty’s sorely missed steady hand at the tiller, and Roddy’s work as a force of nature, with some tremendous additions in Julio Jones and Tony Gonzalez along the way. Ryan’s next three seasons were spent toiling away on losing teams, including the most forgettable non-Colts season of his career in Year 1 with Kyle Shanahan, when he threw just 21 touchdowns against 15 interceptions. But Ryan bloomed anew in the second year with Shanny, winning league MVP and throwing 38 touchdowns against just seven interceptions and getting the Falcons all the way to the Super Bowl, where he played very well despite the team’s heartbreaking loss. Ryan would endure another good-but-not-great year in 2017 with Steve Sarkisian’s offense before once again picking it up in 2018, putting together a 35/7 touchdown-to-interception ratio on a tragically bad team. Ryan played well on three more bad football teams until the Falcons pursued Deshaun Watson, failed to land him, and shipped Ryan away. His career in Atlanta wrapped up with, as I mentioned above, the franchise’s only MVP award, all the major passing marks in franchise history, and numbers that are generally in the top 10-15 of all NFL quarterbacks, period. Ryan was a durable, reliable quarterback in even his worst years—he missed just three games for the Falcons—and at his best he was among the greatest quarterbacks in the league in an era where some of the most legendary players ever at the position played alongside him. He did all of this quietly, steadily, while on a franchise where quietly steady excellence has been consistently difficult to come by. Off the field in that span, Ryan became known for the money and time he poured into helping local youths in particular, including spearheading a donation drive for Atlanta’s Black community that raised over $1 million and donating $500,000 himself toward that goal. He’s remained active in that regard even after the trade, and has been in Atlanta enough and around the team that there was blessedly very little question of whether he’d not just retire with the franchise, but remain a part of the city. By the time he was done, Ryan had undeniably made his mark on the Falcons and Atlanta, with the team achieving a level of success and consistency they had never managed before (and, though it has been just a couple of years, since). He left his mark on the NFL, too, as he’s 7th in NFL history in passing yards, 9th in passing touchdowns, 8th in yards per game, 13th in completion percentage, 4th in fourth-quarter comebacks, and tied for 19th in passer rating. By any objective measure, Ryan left the Falcons ranking as one of the 20-to-30 best quarterbacks in NFL history, depending on how you want to slice and dice the data. As a visible, affable face and voice for CBS Sports, he’ll likely gain a new appreciation from NFL fans who previously knew him solely as a Falcon. For Falcons fans, he should be remembered as one of the all-time franchise greats, because he is. We wish Ryan well in retirement and in the booth, where he’ll no doubt thrive, and we’ll fondly remember the great moments in Atlanta.
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I've been dealing with so many issues at One12 Courtland that have made my living situation a nightmare. Where do I even begin? First, my roommate has been vandalizing my personal belongings and verbally threatening me. This has created an extremely unsafe and uncomfortable environment to live in. The parking garage door was also left broken for weeks, leaving the area insecure. I was very concerned about the safety of myself and my property. There is also only 1 hour guest parking, so if you ever want to have a guest over longer than an hour, then you have to park across the street and pay. Then, my car parked IN the garage had its wiring harness chewed up by rats. The complex needs to address this rodent problem to protect residents' vehicles. This is most likely due to the uncleanliness of this place due to the constant sticky floors and the reeky smell of trash and weed. You can see in the images attached the GRIME on the stairs (it was recently power washed due to some recent reviews to cover their tracks). There was also a 3-day water outage due to a burst pipe, and the complex only provided 2 water bottles per resident per day. I had to go elsewhere just to shower a

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