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April 4, 2012
Leila Denmark, 114, the world's oldest practicing physician when she retired at age 103, died Sunday in Athens, Ga. Dr. Denmark became the first resident physician at Henrietta Egleston Hospital for Children in Atlanta when it opened in 1928, said her grandson, Steven Hutcherson of Atlanta. She also admitted the first patient at the hospital, now part of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. She loved helping children, and it showed in the way she would turn to the next family waiting to see her, Hutcherson said.
SPORTS
November 12, 2012 | Associated Press
NEW ORLEANS - The Atlanta Falcons can forget about perfection, thanks to their resurgent rivals from the City that Care Forgot. Of all the teams to end Atlanta's unbeaten run, it had to be the New Orleans Saints. And it had to be a memorable, drama-filled game that left the Falcons frustrated by the 1 meager yard they could not get to take a lead inside the final 2 minutes of a 31-27 loss Sunday. "It's very frustrating," said Falcons coach Mike Smith, who is 2-7 against the Saints and 49-15 against the rest of the NFL in his four-plus regular seasons as Atlanta coach.
SPORTS
April 16, 1994 | Daily News Wire Services
The Atlanta Braves didn't take batting practice outdoors yesterday at Wrigley Field. So they waited until the game started. The Braves hit five homers, including three straight in the first inning, had 24 hits and set team records with 19 runs and 46 total bases. The result: a 19-5 victory over the Chicago Cubs, Atlanta's 10th victory in 11 games. "It was a windy day at Wrigley Field. I've been there before," Atlanta manager Bobby Cox said. "An eight-run lead with the wind blowing out is not much.
SPORTS
November 30, 2012 | Associated Press
ATLANTA - The Atlanta Falcons raced to a 17-0 lead, and the defense made it stand up, picking off five of Drew Brees' passes and ending his NFL-record touchdown streak with a 23-13 victory Thursday night. The Falcons (11-1) moved to the brink of clinching the NFC South and dealt a big blow to the Saints (5-7) and their fading playoff hopes. William Moore had two of the five interceptions, which were the most of Brees' career. Brees had thrown a touchdown pass in 54 consecutive games.
SPORTS
September 5, 2014 | BY RYAN LAWRENCE, Daily News Staff Writer rlawrence@phillynews.com
ATLANTA - David Buchanan was born in Atlanta and went to high school in Fayette County, 21 miles from Turner Field. Buchanan's first pro game in his home state was not one of the better games of his young career. Buchanan served up a two-out, two-run homer to Braves centerfielder B.J. Upton on an 0-2 pitch in the second inning of the Phillies' 7-4 loss yesterday afternoon. The start, Buchanan's 16th of the season, was the shortest of his career. The rookie righthander was pulled after four innings, having allowed three runs on four hits and four walks.
SPORTS
January 18, 2013 | by Ed Barkowitz, barkowe@phillynews.com
Who: San Francisco (2) at Atlanta (1) When: Sunday, 3 p.m. TV: Fox29 (Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver & Erin Andrews) Radio: WIP 94.1-FM (Dave Sims, James Lofton, Tony Boselli) Point spread: 49ers -4 Over/under: 49 Last meeting: Matt Bryant kicked the game-winning field goal as the Falcons beat the visiting 49ers, 16-14, on Oct. 3, 2010. The most memorable play was Roddy White forcing a fumble after Nate Clements made what seemed like a game-sealing interception.
SPORTS
May 14, 2011
ATLANTA - As a part of the ceremonies for Civil Rights Game weekend, the Phillies and Braves will wear throwback uniforms for two consecutive days. On Saturday, the Phillies will wear gray Philadelphia Stars jerseys with navy blue caps to honor the Negro League team. Then on Sunday, it's the powder-blue uniform with maroon hats from 1974. That was the year Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth's career home run record. - Matt Gelb
SPORTS
October 2, 2002 | By Ray Glier FOR THE INQUIRER
Perhaps you've heard. Barry Bonds has been barely noticeable when it comes to the postseason. He's hitting .196 in 27 playoff games. So the day before Bonds and the San Francisco Giants were to meet Atlanta in Game 1 of their best-of-five series, it was left for Giants manager Dusty Baker to discuss Bonds' history. Bonds wasn't available to reporters. At first, Baker said "not really" when asked if he had any idea why Bonds had flopped in the postseason. The miserable statistics include one home run in 97 at-bats.
SPORTS
June 17, 2014 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Columnist
Had the Phillies shown up on Father's Day and played like men intent on having some say in the National League East race, this would have been a good time to point out that they are about to begin a brutal sequence of games against a lot of good teams and some great pitchers. There is no reason to do that, however. None whatsoever, because it was obvious after the offense's latest disappearing act that this team has no chance to be anything but dead and buried by the end of the 35-game stretch that begins Monday night against the first-place Atlanta Braves.
SPORTS
October 12, 2012 | By Sam Donnellon, Daily News Columnist
IN ATLANTA last Friday, Braves fans littered the field after a bad call, forcing a long delay while groundskeepers cleaned the field not once, but twice. In Kansas City last Sunday, Chiefs fans - estimates range from 700 to 70,000 - cheered when their own quarterback, Matt Cassel, left the game with a concussion. In June, two Dodgers fans were ordered to stand trial for brutally assaulting a Giants fan. In July, Seattle fans cheered as Alex Rodriguez lay in the batter's box writhing in pain, his wrist broken by a pitch.
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