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2/5/2016 | Aaron documentary premieres on 82nd birthday

Hank Aaron was serenaded as he walked into the National Center for Civil and Human Rights early Friday evening. A cozy crowd had gathered within this downtown Atlanta museum for the premiere of a documentary that celebrates the undaunted determination that carried Aaron into uncharted lands of accomplishment.


2/4/2016 | Wisler eager to learn from Glavine

Braves right-hander Matt Wisler is looking forward to taking advantage of a couple opportunities to discuss his changeup with Tom Glavine, who supposedly knows a thing or two about the offspeed pitch .


2/3/2016 | Around the Horn: Bullpen

As the Braves near Spring Training with a few open spots in the bullpen, they are comforted by the depth they have compiled in an effort to avoid experiencing a repeat of the late-inning frustration they felt far too often last year.


2/2/2016 | Garcia brothers reunite at Caribbean Series

Adonis Garcia and his little brother, Jose Adolis Garcia, will share the field for the first time as professionals on Thursday afternoon, and they'll do it from opposite dugouts at the Caribbean Series.


2/2/2016 | Inbox: Was trade for Olivera a wise move?

Was the Braves' trade for Hector Olivera the worst trade the team made last season? Mark Bowman answers this question and more in the latest Inbox.


2/2/2016 | Source: Braves making push for 'Lazarito'

Cuban prospect Lazaro Robersy Armenteros Arango, known as "Lazarito," is expected to sign with a Major League team next week, and the Atlanta Braves are among the teams making a strong push to acquire the teenage outfielder.


2/2/2016 | Hart revisits '98 trade talk for Big Unit

John Hart helped lead the Indians to six division titles in seven seasons, but there's one trade scenario from 1998 that he wishes could have a Groundhog Day redo.


2/1/2016 | Foltynewicz patient in recovery from blood clot

Braves right-hander Mike Foltynewicz endured a sedentary September that became downright frightening when he was diagnosed with a potentially fatal blood clot, which likely will limit him through the early portion of the upcoming season.