Atlanta Hawks announce throwback jerseys and alternate court

The Atlanta Hawks have announced that they will be wearing their 1968 jerseys as their throwback jerseys this season. In 1968, the St. Louis Hawks moved to Atlanta so this will be an homage to their inaugural season. This jersey was worn most famously by Hawks great Lou Hudson for

The Bad News Broadcasters: Keith Hernandez Edition

Keith Hernandez has a history of saying dumb things. Earlier this year, he commented on Atlanta's bullpen while starting a series against them. The Mets' bullpen proceeded to blow that game, and Atlanta's 'pen was riding a hot streak of retiring batters effectively while posting a very low ERA. A few

Ronald Acuña HBP On 1st Pitch of the Game

Jose Urena, a pitcher in the Miami Marlin's organization, hit Ronald Acuña on the first pitch of the game. He threw a 98 MPH fastball right at Acuña. This led to the benches clearing and the ejection of Braves Manager, Brian Snitker, but not before he convinced the umpires that

Today In The A: August 15th

Today in the A   Recapping yesterday’s finish between the Braves and Marlins, Ronald Acuña continued to stay hot as he sent two more over the walls yesterday. Including his 3rd straight lead of homer. He also became the the youngest player in MLB history to hit a homerun in 5 straight

Braves Unveil Player’s Nickname Jerseys

Dansby Swanson/Ozzie Albies (AJC) Braves release nicknames on jerseys for series in August The Player's Weekend in MLB was a hit last year with the player's nicknames on the back of the jerseys. So for that reason, MLB has decided to bring back the nicknames for series between August 24th and August

BREAKING: Lindsay Whalen has announced her retirement from the WNBA

Minnesota Lynx point guard Lindsay Whalen has announced her retirement from the WNBA after 15 seasons. Following her retirement, it is reported that she will take on a coaching role at the University of Minnesota. She played for the Connecticut Sun and Minnesota Lynx in her storied career. She will go