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Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Nicola Luisotti - Brahms' Symphony No. 4
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22 hours ago Braves News: Acuña Jr. unavailable for tonight’s game, Braves bullpen strength, and more
Photo by Adam Hagy/Getty Images Ronald’s status comes after Thursday night’s 4-1 loss to the Phillies. After missing the last two matchups against the Philadelphia Phillies, Ronald Acuña Jr. will again be sidelined for tonight’s series opener against the Miami Marlins. Snit says Acuña won’t play tomorrow— Mark Bowman (@mlbbowman) May 27, 2022 Acuña’s injury was originally classified as a Grade 1 quad strain; he is day-to-day. Braves News: Despite missing Tyler Matzek and Luke Jackson, the Braves bullpen remains the best in the game, leading the league in strikeouts per 9IP, fWAR, and FIP. The Braves diminished their chances of a win streak after a 4-1 loss to the Phillies. It was a Wednesday to forget for the Braves minor league teams. MLB News: MLB teams will be allowed to carry 14 pitchers on their roster until June 19. Initially, teams could not carry more than 13 pitchers after May 30. The Marlins acquired utility player Luke Williams after the Giants designated him for assignment last week. Williams made his Major League debut last season, slashing .245/.315/.316 in 58 games. The Yankees signed INF Matt Carpenter to a major league deal, the club announced Thursday. The vet was released from his minor league deal with the Rangers last week. The Royals placed LHP Amir Garrett and OF Kyle Isbel on the IL. There was no context on their injuries, which suggests that they are headed to the COVID-related list. The White Sox placed RHP Joe Kelly on the 15-day IL with a strained left hamstring. Kelly has only tossed 5.2 innings this season and posts a 9.53 ERA. The Yankees signed righty Shane Greene to a minor league deal on Thursday. The former Brave has 24 career wins.
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22 hours ago /r/Atlanta Random Daily Discussion - May 27, 2022
What's on your mind, Atlanta? Links of Interest: Live Chat Weekly Events Thread How To Meet People Make sure to read our subreddit rules before posting or commenting. A further reminder that the buying or selling of any goods or services is prohibited in /r/Atlanta. Please report any offending comments so that the moderators can remove them. submitted by /u/AutoModerator [link] [comments]
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1 day ago Egyptian/Middle Eastern bakery in Atlanta?
I’m looking for basboosa , which is what it’s called in Egyptian Arabic. It probably exists in other Arab speaking countries and it may go by a different name. It’s basically a cake made of semolina, honey and maybe rosewater? Semolina and honey other two dealbreakers though. Does anyone know of a bakery in the Atlanta area that has this? submitted by /u/shans99 [link] [comments]
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1 day ago Aaron Nola prevents Braves from winning three straight as Phillies win 4-1
Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images The search for an actual winning streak continues. Aaron Nola usually saves at least one of his best starts of any given season for the Atlanta Braves. Tonight ended up being one of those nights, as the Braves were unable to get anything going against Nola in a 4-1 defeat against the Phillies. Kyle Wright was on the mound for 6.2 innings and aside from a huge wobble in the third inning and the end of his stint, Wright was right on the money. After retiring the Phillies in order over the first two innings, Wright immediately found himself in big trouble as he started off the third by giving up a home run to J.T. Realmuto. Wright then followed this up by letting the next three Phillies batters reach base, so he was in a deep conundrum with nobody out. Fortunately, Kyle continued what’s been a positive development for him this season, which is the fact that he’s figuring out how to pitch himself out of trouble. He struck out Alec Bohm to finally get the first out and then managed to get Bryce Harper to ground into an inning-ending double play to mitigate the damage to just one run. Usually, a moment like a team failing to score with the bases loaded and nobody out would be the impetus for the opposition to make a rally, but the Braves were unable to get anything going for themselves with Aaron Nola on the mound tonight. Nola delivered what was easily his best performance of the season. Dating back to 2017, Aaron Nola has had at least one start per year where he’s gone at least seven innings with one run allowed at the most against the Braves. Tonight was apparently time for the Braves to take their annual whooping from Nola, as they had no answer for what he was throwing their way in this one. Nola eventually finished with 8.1 IP, five hits allowed, 10 strikeouts, and no walks at all. Folks, that’s domination. Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images Welp! Even with Nola’s domination, Kyle Wright was able to keep the Braves in the game while he was out there. He eventually ran into trouble with two outs in the seventh, as a two-out walk followed by a hit-by-pitch ended Wright’s night. Will Smith was called upon to get the final out of the seventh inning. He did make it happen, but not before Odubel Herrera wasted no time giving Will Smith a rude welcome to the game. Herrera brought home Kyle Schwarber and J.T. Realmuto with a double and that made it 3-0 Phillies. All three of those runs were credited to Kyle Wright, which really spoiled what was actually a fine start from Wright. The Phillies added another run onto their lead in the eighth inning, as Guillermo Heredia was unable to complete what would’ve been a spectacular catch of a fly ball at the wall that would’ve kept it 3-0 Phillies. Instead, Schwarber ended up on second with a double and Bryce Harper crossed home plate to make it 4-0. Aaron Nola got the first out of the ninth inning, but his complete game shut out bid came to an end thanks to Matt Olson hitting his second double of the night in order to end Nola’s night. Corey Knebel got the call to finish off the game and in true Phillies bullpen fashion, he gifted the Braves a run. Knebel threw a wild pitch with two out that brought Olson home from third plate to ruin the shutout. That was all the Braves would get, as the game eventually ended 4-1 in favor of Philadelphia. It’s definitely a disappointing split, as the Braves were unable to bring the good vibes to the plate that they’ve had for the past two nights. It also continues their miserable trend of not being able to win three straight games this year. All you can do in baseball is try again tomorrow, as the Braves will be facing the Marlins for the second week in a row.

Saturday Specials in Atlanta

DBA Barbecue
Restaurant
1190 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta GA, 30306
Brunch, Bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys
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
Bar & Restaurant
4505 Ashford Dunwoody Rd Suite 32, Atlanta GA, 30326
Cerveza Saturday
$14.99 Buckets of Select Beers (5 Beers) Mix and Match

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