MUST WATCH: Braves Outfielder Fakes Out Runner For Double PlaySometimes people might look at the 8-24 Atlanta Braves and think they are a minor league team. But they are in fact a major league baseball team. On Tuesday night, Braves center fielder Ender Inciarte dupped Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz on a flyball to center field. Straight from the Little League playbook of trick plays Inciarte acted like he couldn't see the fly ball hit towards his left. All the while tracking the can of corn towards right center. Ruiz who was on first saw this and kept moving towards second base. But as the ball fell towards Inciarte he snagged it and threw a rocket to first base to double off the catcher.
Astros 1960's Programs Are Horribly InsensitiveThe people at @Uniformcritic on twitter dug up some old Houston Astros programs from the 1960's. These weren't the type of programs you see now with high quality images of the star players on the front. These contained different cartoons depicting the Astros upcoming match-ups and in some cases those cartoons are extremely insensitive.
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TTYM: Watch Will Ferrell Give The Masters A Makeover And A 'Mascot' Get ClockedIn this week's That Thing You Missed comedian Will Ferrell explains how he'd update The Masters, a college coach reveals interesting new uni's, a Braves' opening day fail and watch a what happens when a wannabe mascot loses his cool.
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Braves To Build Stadium That Opens In 2017 The Braves announced Monday they are leaving Turner Field and moving into a new 42,000-seat, $672 million stadium about 10 miles from downtown Atlanta in 2017.
Astros' Bullpen Blows It In The ATLThe Astros bullpen blew up again, and it was the same Braves player sabotaging their hopes of avoiding a sweep in Atlanta
Preview: Astros Face Braves After Announcement Of New OwnerThe Astros, buoyed by today’s announcement that the team is being sold to Houston businessman Jim Crane, hope to avoid a low water mark for the season as they open a two game series in Atlanta.
Norm Miller- "I'm glad Drayton is selling the team."