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1 day ago Braves vs. Diamondbacks game thread
Photo by Chris Coduto/Getty Images The Braves will look to secure a series win Thursday night behind Max Fried The Atlanta Braves will try to secure a series win Thursday night when they wrap up a four-game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Braves won the first two games of the series but dropped a 7-5 decision Wednesday to snap a four-game winning streak. Max Fried will get the start for Atlanta while Arizona will go with right-hander Brandon Pfaadt. Game Info Thursday’s Preview Thursday’s Lineups
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1 day ago The first building in DeKalb County to have electricity will soon go solar
When it was built in 1891, Agnes Scott College’s Main Hall was an instant spectacle. It wasn’t for the High Victorian Gothic architecture, the bell tower, or the steam-heated interior corridors. The hall made headlines because it was the first building in DeKalb County to have electricity—described as “startling” to the town. The community would often gather at the building’s base, simply to see the lights come on. Fast-forward 133 years, and Agnes Scott Hall, as it’s formally called, will soon draw the majority of its electricity from solar power. The post The first building in DeKalb County to have electricity will soon go solar appeared first on Atlanta Magazine.
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1 day ago Keith Law projects prep shortstop Carter Johnson to Braves in latest mock draft
Photo by David J. Griffin/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Johnson is committed to play college ball at Alabama We are three days away from knowing for sure who the Atlanta Braves will pick at 24th overall in the 2024 MLB draft, but for now we can only accept speculation and prediction as subjects to talk about. Keith Law at the Athletic dropped his third mock draft of the year, with the Braves going a new route in this one and picking up Oxford High School shortstop Carter Johnson with their first pick. Carter Johnson isn’t a name I have seen floating around for Atlanta, and it is interesting to see this pick projection with North Carolina outfielder Vance Honeycutt and prep pitcher Braylon Doughty still on the board. Johnson is a good prospect in his own right, with a relatively safe projection for a prep hitter with what is seen as a high floor for contact and some raw power to grow into. Johnson’s ultimate question mark is his defense, with most projecting him to move off of shortstop in the future, though Atlanta hasn’t been afraid of taking chances on hitters with defensive questions in the past. Law brings back up the idea of Atlanta’s connection to Iowa pitcher Brody Brecht, seeing them as the floor for Brecht but having him (along with Benge, Waldschmidt, and Cijntje) going ahead of 24th. There was also an interesting connection made recently by Kiley McDaniel of ESPN, who mentioned the Braves as potential suitors for Theo Gillen, though both McDaniel and Law believe Gillen goes well ahead of Atlanta. Law reiterates Atlanta’s seeming interest in Braylon Doughty, while also mentioning Ryan Sloan, Kash Mayfield, and William Schmidt as other prep pitching options.

Saturday Specials in Atlanta

3135 Piedmont Road, Atlanta GA, 30305
$15 Bottomless Mimosas until 3PM.
Hudson Grille Downtown
120 Marietta St NW, Atlanta GA, 30303
Night Brewing beers and $2.50 High Life 16-ounce cans throughout the week.
DBA Barbecue
1190 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta GA, 30306
Brunch, Bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys

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