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Talking Chop has new update
20 hours ago Travis d’Arnaud homers three times as Braves take down Texas 8-3
Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports Solid pitching and explosive offense helps the Braves to their fifth straight win Travis d’Arnaud homered three times and Chris Sale turned in another solid performance on the mound to help the Atlanta Braves to an 8-3 win over the Texas Rangers Friday night at Truist Park. The Rangers jumped out to an early lead as Marcus Semien homered off of Sale to leadoff the game. Atlanta’s offense responded quickly though in the bottom half of the inning. Ronald Acuña Jr. and Austin Riley both drew walks to put runners at first and second. Marcell Ozuna came through with a line drive single to tie the game at 1-1. Stay hot, Marcell!#BravesCountry— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) April 19, 2024 Atlanta notched another run in the second as Travis d’Arnaud launched his first home run of the season to put the Braves in front 2-1. d'inger probability = #BravesCountry— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) April 20, 2024 d’Arnaud struck again in the fifth as he connected on another solo home run to push Atlanta’s lead to 3-1. HE d'ID IT AGAIN!#LocalFordDealer | #BravesCountry— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) April 20, 2024 The 3-1 lead would not stay intact long as the Rangers’ offense got things going in the sixth. Semien and Wyatt Langford both singled and then came around to score on a one-out double by Adolis Garcia that tied the game. Sale recovered and retired Jonah Heim on a fly out and then struck out Ezequiel Duran to end the inning. The Braves offense got back to work in the home half of the inning. Matt Olson walked and then moved to second on a walk by Ozuna. With two outs, Michael Harris singled to right to load the bases. That would set the stage for d’Arnaud who connected on his third homer of the game for a grand slam to put the Braves in front 7-3. GRAND SLAM!#BravesCountry— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) April 20, 2024 Sale came back out for the seventh and retired the side in order. He would exit having allowed five hits and three runs over seven innings. He struck out seven while throwing just 89 pitches. Tyler Matzek held the Rangers scoreless in the eighth and then the Braves’ offense added another run with a solo home run by Harris to push the lead to 8-3. Pay day @MoneyyyMikeee | #BravesCountry— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) April 20, 2024 Harris’ homer got d’Arnaud to the plate with a chance to make history, but he grounded out to end the inning. Pierce Johnson retired the side in order in the ninth to close things out. With the win, the Braves improve to 13-5 on the season. They will go for another series win Saturday with Charlie Morton matching up against Texas righty Nathan Eovaldi.

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1 day ago Braves vs. Rangers Game Thread
Thomas Shea-USA TODAY Sports Sale and Atlanta’s lineup look to take game one of a three game set against the Texas Rangers The Atlanta Braves will look to extend their win streak to five tonight as they will kick-off game one of a three game home set against the Texas Rangers. Chris Sale has received the starting nod for the Braves tonight, while the Rangers will send out Andrew Heaney to start things out on the mound for them. David Fletcher will make his first start of the 2024 season at second base tonight for the Braves as he will also bat in the nine spot. Adam Duvall will get the start in Left and bat sixth tonight due to a lefty being on the mound to start things out.
404area has new update 1 day ago Offseason Mailbag: High-ceiling vs. high-floor debates & a new Falcons draft connection
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports You asked. We answered. The draft rumors are flying at full tilt with less than a week remaining until the first round kicks off on April 25. The newest connection for the Falcons is Texas defensive tackle Byron Murphy. NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah, who is as plugged in on the draft as virtually anyone, tossed Murphy’s name out as a surprise Top-10 candidate during his media call recently. “It’s a league that’s placed an ever-more premium on defensive tackles,” Jeremiah said. “I was talking to a general manager this morning and I said when you look around the league and we asked who are the true impact, dominant defensive tackles? Maybe about seven or eight of them. Edge rushers, it goes a lot deeper than that. And when you look at the draft, to me, there’s some other interesting names you could after outside the first round at the edge rusher position. It falls off pretty quick at defensive tackle.” The term “positional value” is often used to describe the most important positions on the field—quarterback, edge rusher, left tackle, etc. However, the actual finances involved with each position are a crucial part of the calculus for teams as well. Because rookie contracts are significantly cheaper than second contracts, selecting a position that commands top dollar in free agency maximizes the contractual value if the player hits. Defensive tackle has become an increasingly expensive position with 16 players currently set to count for at least $10 million against their team’s cap in 2024, according to Spotrac. Just two years ago, only eight defensive tackles met that threshold. In fact, there are more defensive tackles at that $10 million mark than left tackles or cornerbacks, which illustrates how teams view the impact of that position. Both Grady Jarrett and David Onyemata are among that group of 16, but that might not be sustainable for long. The No. 8 pick is projected to receive a rookie contract of about $22 million, which would equate to $5.5 million per year, significantly lower than the upper echelon of contracts at the position. If Murphy is the selection there—and these are all hypotheticals at this point—and he becomes the player people expect, it’s a pick that would pay off in more ways than one. I believe we aren’t talking enough about Fontenot’s apathy to address the EDGE position in this offseason. Should this influence the #8 pick? Clearly Odunze is higher on consensus than Turner, and the need at WR is very evident in my opinion. – Falcons Play Action (@FalconsPlayBR) Apathy is certainly a word choice. My hunch is that addressing the quarterback spot was at the top of the list, and they were committed to investing as much as they needed to accomplish that goal. But the contract for Kirk Cousins was significant and probably hindered the team’s ability to spend at a high level at other positions. We don’t know if that means they didn’t try, though. Looking back at each draft of the Fontenot era, Micah Parsons is the only edge player the Falcons would probably like a redo on. But few expected him to become the All-Pro player he’s become now. So, the BPA approach at each point in the 2021, 2022 and 2023 drafts likely did point to the player they selected. This year, however, I think the need for an edge and the BPA approach will line up nicely. They should have their pick of the top defensive player, and even if Rome Odunze (who I absolutely love, FWIW) is on the board, I’d expect them to target defense. If anything, Odunze being there makes a trade back a bit more likely, because he’s a player a team might trade up for. Let’s not forget, though, that the general manager isn’t the only person making this decision. Arthur Smith was an offensive head coach, they went offense all three years. Raheem Morris is a defensive coach, so I think that’s another reason that a defender makes sense. You’re not wrong about the need at receiver, but the drop-off in this draft between the first, second and third rounds is far less significant at that position than it is at edge or even corner, which is also loaded. When picking a player do you prefer High ceiling and risk a low floor or High floor knowing the Player doesn’t have Superstar potential? – K (@StealthFalcon82) Great question! I believe it depends on the round in question and the position targeted. Knowing that most players in the first round should have a relatively high ceiling based on the types of traits that define a first-rounder, I would focus on a player’s floor. A Day 1 pick is going to play significant snaps from the jump, so I want someone I trust to come in and play at a high level early on. On Day 3, I’m really looking for one or the other. Either a player who has the ceiling of a first-rounder but has fallen for some reason or another, because the investment in that player is far less significant, or I want a player who may be limited athletically but checks all the intangible boxes and is simply a good football player. Think of your team captains in college who don’t run a 4.4 in the 40-yard dash or have maximized their tools. The tricky part is Day 2, which is where drafts can be won or lost. I think I still lean towards making sure the player I’m drafting has superstar athletic traits, even if they are still carrying a bit of risk. But the key thing I’d try to identify is how a player was utilized in college and if they relied on others to a higher degree. George Kittle and Stefon Diggs are perfect examples of these types of players. Kittle was a fifth-round pick out of Iowa in 2017, but I believe a large part of that was because of how Iowa used him—or, rather, how they didn’t use him. Kittle had just 42 catches combined over his final two seasons, but his tape showed a lot of potential as both a receiver and blocker at the next level. Diggs was also a fifth-round pick because he had just one season of production due to a pair of season-ending injuries. He was a five-star recruit, though, and looked electric when he did touch the football. The lack of production makes each of those picks “risky,” but a close examination of why they didn’t produce at a high level in the past shows that there were extenuating circumstances. Now, I’m well aware not every pick turns out to be Kittle or Diggs, but as the draft goes along, you feel better about investing in that risk. In this draft, I think a player like Xavier Leggette fits that bill. He’s being discussed as a borderline first-round pick, but I would gladly scoop him up on Day 2 feeling like his best days are ahead of him. Thanks to everyone who submitted questions for today’s mailbag! If you’d like to submit a question for the future, leave it in the comments below or send to @willmcfadden on Twitter.
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1 day ago The 2nd annual Conyers Book Festival is happening this Saturday
The second annual Conyers Book Festival takes place on Saturday, April 20, 2024 in Olde Town Conyers. Hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and it is FREE to attend. The festival is held on the grounds of The Book Cellar (located at 951 Rail Road Street) and in the Elm Street Parking lot.  You’ll […] The post The 2nd annual Conyers Book Festival is happening this Saturday appeared first on Atlanta on the Cheap.
Bianca Parra on One12 Courtland
Review 2 days ago

One12 Courtland

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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

Pros: Walkability

Cons: Forgot to mention roaches

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