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In 2017, we had the MARTA bus that blocked the Dome implosion. In 2021, we have the bus that floored it during the Atlanta Braves World Series victory parade.
This current crop of Atlanta Braves is very special to my family because we’ve enjoyed them long before they were famous, long before most diehard baseball fans had even heard of them. Ozzie Albies, Austin Riley, Adam Duvall, Freddie Freeman, Max Fried, Charlie Morton—before they were household names, they were Gwinnett Braves or Stripers.
World Series tickets are expensive, so we've rounded up the bars, restaurants, and other places hosting Braves World Series watch parties, food and drink specials, and more. Here's where to watch the Braves in the World Series in Atlanta.
Arthur Smith and Terry Fontenot certainly hear the whispers around the league. The Falcons front office knows there’s work to be done to get this team back to the playoffs for the first time in five seasons. But they appear ready for the challenge.
King is a typical wiggly, cuddly, energetic 12-week-old Labrador Retriever puppy with a big mission—to become a service dog for a veteran or first responder. He takes the mantle from Spike, who was recently released from the service dog program due to a minor medical issue.
When it was time to give a fresh take on the classic Adidas Forum shoe, L.E.A.D.’s youth ambassadors were all in. They embossed a map of Atlanta on the shoe’s heel overlay.
How a tumultuous summer and a partner’s encouraging words inspired Renee Montgomery to become an Atlanta Dream owner
"If there’s one thing Renee does, she takes an idea and she brings it to life.” As vice president of the Dream, Montgomery is the first former WNBA player to own part of a franchise.
"I was shocked to find that there were people out there that wanted to hear me again. I hear it all the time: 'You’re the voice of my childhood.' I’m flattered. I never expected that."
Atlanta Hawks legend Dominique Wilkins and current star point guard Trae Young talk about the game, Atlanta, and the toll of the pandemic.
"Fair access to voting continues to have our game’s unwavering support," said the MLB commissioner in a statement.