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Photo by Alex Slitz/Getty Images The Atlanta Hawks (24-31) return to action following the week-long All-Star Break to take on the Toronto Raptors (20-36). Please join in the comments below as you follow along. Where, When, and How to Watch and Listen Location: State Farm Arena, Atlanta, GA Start Time: 7:30 EST PM TV: Peachtree TV (WPCH), Atlanta News First (WANF) Radio: Sports Radio 92.9 the Game (WZGC-FM), SiriusXM Streaming: NBA League Pass (out of market)
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23 hours ago Battery Power TV: It’s ‘World Series or bust” as Atlanta Braves open Spring Training
Photo by Matthew Grimes Jr./Atlanta Braves The Atlanta Braves opened Spring Training with one goal, winning the World Series. In fact, it’s World Series or bust. As that phrase echoed around the early days of camp, the team appeared focused on doing the work to turn that goal into a reality. How does newcomer Chris Sale fit into that equation? Elsewhere, Atlanta does not have many position battles to speak of in camp this year, but the competition for the fifth starter’s spot should provide some intrigue. It should also give the Braves a good look at the depth they may need to navigate the long season. Meanwhile, Ronald Acuña Jr. may not be hitting free agency any time soon, but his future with the club was a talking point in the opening week of Spring Training. The NL MVP made clear his hope is to remain a “Braves for life.” How soon could a deal like that get worked out and what would it even look like? Grant McAuley and Kris Willis of Battery Power discuss the early going on at Braves Spring Training.
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Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images The Falcons are on the cusp of another busy free agency period, but how much salary cap space do they really have to spend? Kevin Knight breaks down the numbers and explains the rules to bring you a detailed look at Atlanta’s salary cap heading into 2024. EDITOR’S NOTE: With the NFL electing to set the official salary cap number at $255.4M immediately after this published, please add $13M to the following cap space calculations to get the most up-to-date figure. Fellow Falcoholics, welcome to another episode of the Dirty Birds and Brews podcast! The Atlanta Falcons are on the cusp of another busy free agency period, but how much salary cap space do they really have to spend? Host Kevin Knight breaks down the numbers and explains some of the rules governing the cap to bring you a detailed look at Atlanta’s salary cap heading into 2024. 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. I didn’t have time to work up a full article for our readers with all the NFL Combine prep, but I did make this handy table to reference if you don’t have time to watch or listen to the show: 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 falcoholiclive@gmail.com. Thanks for watching!
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1 day ago This Day in Braves History: Atlanta signs Edward Salcedo
Photo by Ed Wolfstein/Icon SMI/Icon Sport Media via Getty Images Braves Franchise History 2010 - The Braves reached an agreement with 18-year old Dominican shortstop Edward Salcedo to a reported $1.6 million deal. Salcedo will spend six seasons in the minors and will never reach the major leagues. 2012 - Mike Minor tells the Braves that he wants to be traded if he is not in the team’s starting rotation. MLB History 1934 - Casey Stengel signs a two-year deal to manage the Dodgers replacing Max Carey. 1960 - Demolition of Ebbets Field begins. 1974 - The California Angels trade Vada Pinson to the Royals in exchange for minor leagueer Barry Raziano. Pinson retired at the end of the 1975 season. 1976 - Major League Baseball owners announce that Spring Training will not open until a new labor contract is agreed to. 1986 - Wade Boggs loses his arbitration case but is still awarded a $1.35 million contract which is the largest ever through arbitration. 1988 - A committee votes to allow the Cubs to install lights and Wrigley Field and play up to 18 night games a year. 1995 - Former NL MVP Kevin Mitchell signs with the Daiel Hawks of the Japanese Pacific League. 2010 - Major League Baseball announces that it will begin testing minor leaguers for human growth hormone. 2015 - The Red Sox agree to a deal with Cuban defector Yoan Moncada to a contract that includes a $31.5 million signing bonus. Information for this article was found via Baseball Reference, NationalPastime.com and Today in Baseball History.
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Saturday Specials in Atlanta

DBA Barbecue
Restaurant
1190 N Highland Ave NE, Atlanta GA, 30306
Brunch, Bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys
Bar
437 Moreland Ave NE, Atlanta GA, 30307
Meet up at "Atlanta's Favorite Dive Bar" for $5 margaritas, $4 well drinks and shots, $3 16-oz. PBRs and $2 PBR drafts all day Monday through Saturday.
Hudson Grille Downtown
Restaurant
120 Marietta St NW, Atlanta GA, 30303
Night Brewing beers and $2.50 High Life 16-ounce cans throughout the week.

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