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The Daily Chop: Honoring Hank Aaron, Hall of Fame results and more

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The Atlanta Braves hosted a celebration of life for Hank Aaron Tuesday afternoon at Truist Park. The event brought back some of the team’s greats to honor perhaps the most important player and...

(Video) Braves hold celebration of life for Henry Aaron at Truist Park Tuesday

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Tuesday’s event will be carried live on MLB Network, FOX Sports Southeast and FOX Sports South

Braves Throwback Thursday: Worst offseason trades in Atlanta history

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The Braves have made some bad deals over the years

Starting Nine: No business is as deflating as the business of baseball

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Diving into the latest as the owners and union seem headed for another winter of discontent. Plus, the nine biggest stars the Braves have traded away since their move to Atlanta

Top 50 Orioles of All Time: #6, Mike Mussina

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One of the best pitchers in Orioles history, Mike Mussina was an understated righty ace whose greatness was finally recognized with a trip to the Hall of Fame in 2019.

The best MLB Centerfielders of the last 30 years

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According to me, based on things.

NLCS offers a chance for Braves to even playoff record against Dodgers

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These teams have only met in the postseason three times, and the last two have gone LA’s way

Friday Bird Droppings: Where the worst-case ALCS may well happen

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The unlikeable Astros have already advanced, and the hated Yankees could join them tonight. Yuck.

Tuesday BP: Vote for the Willie Mac Award

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It’s election season.

Starting Nine: Key to NL East three-peat, Face of the Braves in 2020 and more as season begins

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Plus, the evolution of Mike Soroka, expectations for Austin Riley and how we’ll eventually judge this shortened campaign

Tuesday BP: Buster Posey mulls opting out

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There may not be an MLB season, and if there is, it may be missing a lot of players.

Starting Nine: A study in No. 31, Greg Maddux

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The deep dive into the Braves’ retired numbers continues with one of the defining arms of the Expansion Era