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11 hours ago Braves News: Paul Snyder passes away, MLB Winter Meetings near, and more
Photo by Paige Calamari/MLB via Getty Images Atlanta Braves news and notes from Friday The Atlanta Braves lost a legend in Paul Snyder, who passed away Thursday night at 88 years old. He spent the entirety of his professional baseball career in the Braves organization. The Atlanta Braves mourn the passing of Braves Hall of Famer Paul Snyder:— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) December 1, 2023 His tenure with the Braves began in 1958 as a player and wrapped up in 2007 after scouting, managing a minor league team, and assisting the general manager. Responsible for finding Tom Glavine, David Justice, Chipper Jones, and more, Snyder is best remembered for his role as scouting director. Each of us at Battery Power send our condolences to the family. More Braves News: The Braves have quite the workload as MLB’s Winter Meetings are set to begin Sunday in Nashville. The Braves have agreed to a minor league contract with reliever Tommy Doyle. Our 2023 season in review series continues with Ian Anderson and Jeremy Celedonio. Episode 64 of the Podcast to be Named Later discusses the upcoming Winter Meetings, Dylan Cease rumors, and more. MLB News: The Pittsburgh Pirates have signed catcher Ali Sanchez to a major league deal. The 26-year-old has played in just seven major league games. Rumors are cranking up for right-hander Shane Bieber, who is reportedly open to an extension, following a potential trade. The Cincinnati Reds have officially announced their two-year, $26M deal with RHP Nick Martinez. The club also formally announced its deal with reliever Emilio Pagan. The Miami Marlins have hired former San Francisco Giants manager Gabe Kapler as assistant general manager.
404area has new update 11 hours ago Falcons vs. Jets: How to watch, TV schedule, game time, streaming and more
Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Atlanta’s trying to create a win streak against the Fighting Tim Boyles. The Atlanta Falcons kept their season alive on Sunday against the Saints, and the win also put them back in the driver’s seat in the rickety jalopy that is the NFC South. Now they have to go out and build on that. Standing in their way? The New York Jets, a team that has seen its season slip away due to a rash of injuries, none more significant than the one that knocked Aaron Rodgers out early in the first game of the season. A loss here would likely put to rest any faint hopes the Jets have of hanging on, while a win for the Falcons would keep them atop the division another week and get us back to .500. Let’s see what happens! Here’s what you’ll need to know to watch the game. Schedule & TV information Date: Sunday, December 3 Time: 1 p.m. EST Channel: FOX Location: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey Announcers: Kenny Albert, Jonathan Vilma & Shannon Spake Radio: 92.9 The Game & affiliates locally with Dave Archer and Wes Durham on the call; Sirius XM nationally Online streaming Locally, you can use NFL+, Hulu, or YouTube if they carry FOX. Outside of the Atlanta area, you’ll need NFL Sunday Ticket, which is offered through YouTube, or if Falcons-Saints is the lead game in your region, you can use local television or the FOX Sports app on your streaming device or video game console. Odds from DraftKings Sportsbook Social media links Falcoholic Facebook: Click here for our page Twitter: Follow @TheFalcoholic Live Show: The Falcoholic on YouTube Podcast: Spotify | Apple Podcasts Falcons 2023 regular season schedule (5-6) Week 1: W vs. Carolina Panthers Week 2: W vs. Green Bay Packers Week 3: L @ Detroit Lions Week 4: L @ Jacksonville Jaguars in London Week 5: W vs. Houston Texans Week 6: L vs. Washington Commanders Week 7: W @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers Week 8: L @ Tennessee Titans Week 9: L vs. Minnesota Vikings Week 10: L @ Arizona Cardinals Week 11: Bye Week Week 12: W vs. New Orleans Saints Week 13: @ New York Jets Week 14: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Week 15: @ Panthers Week 16: vs. Indianapolis Colts Week 17: @ Chicago Bears Week 18: @ New Orleans Saints

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1 day ago 2023 Braves Season in Review: Ian Anderson
Photo by Mike Carlson/MLB Photos via Getty Images The one-time top prospect and postseason hero struggled in 2022 and lost his entire 2023 to injury. Unfortunately, it’s largely been a downhill slide for Ian Anderson since his MLB debut season. His brief debut season and postseason were brilliant, followed by a solid sophomore season with some postseason magic and an unfortunate shoulder injury. His third season in 2022 was a struggle, involving some time in the minors, and this all set the table for what was a very short 2023 season. How Acquired The Braves drafted Anderson third overall in the 2016 MLB Draft. Despite the underslot bonus, he was a promising prep arm from New York. What were the expectations? Coming off of a rough 2022 that saw him battle injuries, ineffectiveness, and a demotion to the minors, Anderson headed into the 2023 season expected to compete for a spot in the Opening Day rotation. Given his career to date, it seemed like he should’ve had an inside track, as a 96 career xFIP- suggested he could probably pitch like a fourth starter even if nothing improved. Even if projected to only be healthy for about 90 innings, Anderson was projected to generate around 1 WAR in that span, which is a decent-enough rate. 2023 Results Anderson played a key role in a surprising Spring Training development, where both he and Bryce Elder were optioned in mid-March, paving the way for an Opening Day rotation that included both Jared Shuster and Dylan Dodd. While Elder ended up ascending to the rotation and playing a key role for the Braves, Anderson had one disastrous start at Triple-A where he retired two of the nine batters he faced, and then promptly hit the shelf in a way that rapidly necessitated Tommy John Surgery. That was it for Anderson’s unfortunate 2023 season. What went right? The only thing good that can be said about Anderson’s 2023 is that he struck out nine batters over his eight innings of work across Spring Training and Triple-A. The rest of his season didn’t really materialize, but when it did, it was pretty nasty, as he was potentially pitching hurt in those 2/3rds of an inning at Triple-A. What went wrong? Essentially everything. At the top level, he had one bad Triple-A start and then went down with Tommy John Surgery. Even if you want to read into Spring Training stats, then it appeared that Anderson had not shaken his 2022 struggles, as he issued more than a walk per inning and allowed five home runs in eight frames. 2024 Outlook Injury timelines can vary from player to player, especially for major surgeries, so there’s a lot of uncertainty. Still, Anderson’s timetable seemingly suggests a return sometime in 2024. Of course, there are a lot of questions surrounding Anderson’s recovery and eventual effectiveness. The best-case scenario for the Braves is going to involve him coming back healthy to pitch the way he did before the shoulder injury derailed him in 2022. If that takes all of 2024 and gives him a way to make the rotation in 2025, then so be it. He still projects as something like a fourth starter that could stay healthy enough to pitch 80 innings or so when he returns, but that’s a very centralized estimate that takes into account all sorts of possible paths for him going forward.
404area has new update 1 day ago Falcons vs Jets NFL Week 13 game preview with Rami Lavi
Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The Falcons (5-6) travel to take on the Jets (4-7) in a pivotal game for the playoff hopes of both teams. Host Kevin Knight is joined by Rami Lavi (In Flight Snack Podcast) to break down the matchups for both teams on offense and defense. Fellow Falcoholics, welcome to another episode of the Dirty Birds and Brews podcast! The Atlanta Falcons (5-6) travel to take on the New York Jets (4-7) in a pivotal game for the playoff hopes of both teams. Host Kevin Knight is joined by Rami Lavi (In Flight Snack Podcast) to break down New York’s injury report, the potential return of Aaron Rodgers, and the matchups for both teams on offense and defense. Watch the stream below or on YouTube You can also listen to all of our video shows in an audio-only podcast format, available on all your favorite podcast platforms or by using the player below. If you’re interested in supporting the show, check out our Patreon page to unlock access to exclusive perks including Patron Q&A sessions, Discord perks, live shout-outs and more! Be sure to check out the new community Discord server here! Come chat with your fellow Falcons fans about the show, the team, the NFL draft, and more. You can watch the show here on The Falcoholic, but we recommend watching on YouTube for the best experience—including full 1080p HD video and access to the live Q&A in the chat. You can also access the show using your smart TV or device using the YouTube app for the real big-screen experience! We hope you enjoy the show! If you have comments, we’d love to hear them. Send them to us on Twitter (@FalcoholicLive), leave them below, or e-mail the show at Thanks for watching!

Saturday Specials in Atlanta

Bulla Gastrobar
Bar & Restaurant
60 11th Street Northeast, Atlanta GA, 30309
Bar patrons can order $5 small plates of ham croquettes, potato tortillas, or gazpacho. Larger bites starting at $8 include sautéed garlic shrimp and kale salad as well as cheese and charcuterie boards to pair with a glass of wine or a cocktail from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m
Hudson Grille Downtown
120 Marietta St NW, Atlanta GA, 30303
Night Brewing beers and $2.50 High Life 16-ounce cans throughout the week.
Bar & Restaurant
2277 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta GA, 30309
Cocktails, wines by the glass, and beer specials along with $1 oysters and snack deals can be had at Holeman & Finch every weeknight from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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