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15 hours ago Braves News: Michael Harris to miss significant time, offense turning a corner, more
Mady Mertens-USA TODAY Sports Atlanta Braves news and notes from Saturday Just as the offense seems to be finding it’s footing after an epic team slump, they lost another major piece to injury for an extended period, as Michael Harris has a grade 2 hamstring strain. The Braves have had brutal injury luck this season, with arguable the best batter and pitcher in the game out for the season, and missing significant time from Ozzie Albies, Sean Murphy, and now Michael Harris. Nonetheless, the team looks like it may be turning a corner on the offensive end, as they put up nine runs on the Rays Saturday. They hit four home runs and could easily have had another, as Ramon Laureano was robbed in his Braves debut. Michael should be back sometime this season, so hopefully the team can chug along with improved offense and more of the same stellar pitching they have gotten so far. This team still has the talent to be a force in October if the non-Acuna and Strider pieces can be healthy for the playoffs. Braves News Michael Harris II was transferred to the IL Saturday morning, with Ramon Laureano getting the call-up in his place. It was revealed after the game that he has a grade 2 hamstring strain and is expected to miss roughly 4-6 weeks, judging by the average for that particular injury. The Braves strung together their third straight complete team victory, with Charlie Morton putting together a strong start and the offense showing out with some power. MLB News Dodgers’ Yoshinobu Yamamoto exited his start early with a tricep injury. That’s a hit to the Dodgers’ pitching staff that already has some injury questions. Kris Bryant will continue to miss time with an internal oblique strain, continuing what has been a catastrophic free agent signing for the Rockies, and one that was already puzzling at the time of the deal. Pirates’ Henry Davis will hit the 7-day concussion IL, replaced by Jason Delay for the time being. The Phillies activated Brandon Marsh off the IL, after a roughly two week absence for the outfielder.
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19 hours ago Michael Harris II has Grade 2 hamstring strain
Photo by Matthew Grimes Jr./Atlanta Braves/Getty Images The Braves centerfield’s return to the lineup is uncertain. After today’s 9-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays, it was announced that Michael Harris II has a Grade 2 hamstring strain. The timeline for his return to the line-up is unknown according to Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker, who spoke with reporters after the game. Harris has a Grade 2 hamstring strain. Snit said he doesn’t know how long the CF will miss. He said it will just be a long time.— Mark Bowman (@mlbbowman) June 15, 2024 Harris II injured his hamstring going first-to-third in the first inning of yesterday’s win against the Rays. He was replaced by J.P. Martinez. Jarred Kelenic started in centerfield for Atlanta today and batted lead-off. Prior to the game, the Braves recalled outfielder Roman Laureano to take Harris II’s roster spot when Harris II was placed on the 10-day IL. Harris II had struggled this season - as have many of the Braves regulars - with a .250/.295/.358 slash line at the time of his injury. He had recently spent some time in the lead-off spot for Atlanta as the team looked to replace Ronald Acuna Jr.’s place in the line-up after Acuna Jr. was lost for the season last month. A 2019 study by published in the Orthopedic Journal of Sports Medicine found that the mean about of time missed for a Grade 2 hamstring strain by baseball players was 33-34 days, meaning that Harris could be looking at 4-6 weeks until he is able to be activated from the IL. “Grade 2 hamstring strain. They will treat him up and when he is ready to play, we will play him”Brian Snitker provides an update on Michael Harris II pic.twitter.com/3I76KOlB0c— Bally Sports South (@BallySportsSO) June 15, 2024
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22 hours ago Community Juneteenth celebration at Skyland Park, in Brookhaven, this Tuesday
The City of Brookhaven will celebrate Juneteenth with an event on Tuesday, June 18, 2024, from 5 to 8 p.m., in Skyland Park. This event aims to recognize and celebrate the heritage and resilience of the African American community. It is FREE to attend, and family-friendly. The event will include: A Juneteenth proclamation presentation 40+Double […] The post Community Juneteenth celebration at Skyland Park, in Brookhaven, this Tuesday appeared first on Atlanta on the Cheap.
404area has new update 1 day ago Falcons evidently passed on 4th round pick from Bears for No. 8 selection
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Why, you ask? Your guess is as good as mine. The 2024 NFL Draft was full of surprises, especially for the Atlanta Falcons, who shocked the world and took quarterback Michael Penix Jr. with the 8th overall selection. In case you somehow missed it, the surprise there was that the Falcons had recently signed quarterback Kirk Cousins to a four-year, $180 million contract with $100 million guaranteed. The team also found out shortly before the draft that they would likely be punished for tampering with then free agent Cousins, which would like cost the team a draft selection. Well, the draft came and went and the Falcons were docked a 2025 5th round pick. Definitely a slap on the wrist, but a pick is a pick. With the draft being in the past now, we can all move on, right? Wrong. It turns out the Falcons found yet another way to confuse the masses. The #Bears were open to trading a future 4th to the #Falcons to move from 9 to 8 to secure Rome Odunze.Seems like Atlanta wasn't interested. The Bears still got Odunze.But this feels noteworthy after Atlanta lost a future 5th this week for tampering.pic.twitter.com/cB2kAn7fmO— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) June 14, 2024 In case you don’t feel like reading the tweet above or watching the included video, let me explain. The Chicago Bears called the Falcons to see if they would swap their pick No. 9 with the Falcons pick No. 8, and throw the Falcons a likely 2025 4th round pick. Although we don’t hear Terry Fontenot’s voice, the answer was no. Now turning down a trade is fine; it happens all the time. Turning down a seemingly free future 4th round pick is the crazy part. Now perhaps the Falcons REALLY wanted Penix, and were worried Chicago would turn around and flip the pick to someone else. That’s fair. But if there was one team in the entire draft that you could bank on not taking Penix, it was the Bears who had taken Caleb Williams first overall. If the Falcons didn’t think they’d make a trade, turning down a selection with the loss of a draft pick looming is pretty baffling. If that’s not what the declined trade was about, it looks like the Falcons passed up draft capital they could have used this year. If that’s the case, make it make sense.

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Hudson Grille Downtown
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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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2149 Briarcliff Rd NE, Atlanta GA, 30329
half-off appetizers from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the bar. Share a dozen oysters for $7 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. every day of the week.

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