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September 15, 2010
The Phillies will open the 2011 season at Citizens Bank Park against the Astros on Friday, April 1. They will end the season with a three-game series at Atlanta that concludes on Wednesday, Sept. 28. The midweek opening and closing is an attempt to end the World Series before November. 1-3: Houston 1-3: at Toronto 5-7 New York 4-6: at Florida 8-10: at Atlanta 8-10: Atlanta 12-14: at Washington 12: All-Star Game 15-17: Florida 15-17: at New York 18-20: Milwaukee 18-20: at Chicago 21-24: at San Diego 22-25: San Diego 25-27: at Arizona 26-28: San Francisco 29-1: New York 29-31: Pittsburgh 3-5: Washington 1-3: at Colorado 6-8: Atlanta 4-7: at San Francisco 9-11: at Florida 8-10: at Los Angeles 13-15: at Atlanta 12-14: Washington 16-17: at St. Louis 16-18: Arizona 18-19: Colorado 19-21: at Washington 20-22: Texas 22-24: New York 23-26: Cincinnati 26-28: Florida 27-29: at New York 29- 1: at Cincinnati 30-1: at Washington SEPTEMBER 3-5: at Pittsburgh 5-7: Atlanta 6-8: Los Angeles 8-11: at Milwaukee 9-12: Chicago 12-14: at Houston 14-16: Florida 16-19: St. Louis 17-19: at Seattle 20-22: Washington 21-23: at St. Louis 23-25: at New York 24-26:...
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September 27, 2013 | BY RYAN LAWRENCE, Daily News Staff Writer rlawrence@phillynews.com
ATLANTA - Ryan Howard walked out of the visitors' dugout at Turner Field, reached into the basket of baseballs and walked out onto the field to play catch with Jimmy Rollins. Howard, who hadn't worked out with his teammates in more than 2 months, rejoined the Phillies yesterday in Atlanta. Howard won't play in any of the final four games that remain in the 2013 schedule, but he will continue to take pregame hitting and fielding work with his teammates. After spending the majority of the 11 weeks since knee surgery rehabbing in Clearwater, Fla., Howard decided he wanted to finish the 2013 season "with the fellas.
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October 28, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
Braves rightfielder David Justice yesterday ripped Cleveland righthander Orel Hershiser and Atlanta's title-hungry fans. The rightfielder took exception to Hershiser's published feelings about the Braves having more pressure and talked about how another Series loss could result in the local loyalists "trying to burn our homes down. " Justice's remarks began without prodding as he offered a challenge to Hershiser, inviting him to take a swing at him. He was simmering over these words the pitcher used after beating the Braves, 5-4, on Thursday, tightening the Series to 3-2: "I think the pressure is on them because they definitely have something to lose, and they lost the last two World Series they've participated in. The Atlanta fans probably wonder what's going on. " Countered Justice, using a more colorful verb than allowed by good taste: "For Orel to say there's more pressure on us . . . bleep Orel.
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November 30, 2012 | Associated Press
ATLANTA - Drew Brees lost twice Thursday night. He and the New Orleans Saints fell, 23-13 to the red-hot Falcons (11-1), and the star quarterback saw the end of his NFL record streak of consecutive games with a touchdown pass. He had thrown a TD in 54 straight games, but was plagued Thursday night by five interceptions to an Atlanta team that was motivated by four straight losses in their NFC South rivalry with New Orleans. In the loss, Brees finished 28-for-50 for 341 yards as the Saints fell to 5-7. His Falcons counterpart, Matt Ryan, was 18 for 33 for 165 yards and one touchdown pass, a 17-yard pass to tight end Tony Gonzalez early in the second quarter.
NEWS
May 3, 2013
Oshgie Ehigianusoi Age: 24 Where ya from? 48th and Baltimore Where he grew up: Atlanta. Lived in Philly four years. What he does: DJ What brought him to Philly: "Records. I collect records. Philly's a great place for that because it's got a history of soul and funk. Those records been here for a long time, and lot of people in the area have a background of buying and keeping those records. So I come out here and purchase them and go spin. " What's different about life up here?
NEWS
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.
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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.
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March 1, 2013 | By Ryan Lawrence, rlawrence@phillynews.com
CLEARWATER, Fla. - It used to be the Phillies and Mets - sparring via sound bites across the state - that fueled the National League East preseason trash talk every spring. Then the Washington Nationals rose from the basement of the division and Jayson Werth, a longtime veteran of the division, took over Jimmy Rollins' old role as the NL East's primary provoker. Werth made waves when he called his Washington team the "most complete team" he has played on, and again this week when he said the Phillies, not the Braves, were the Nationals' chief competition within the division.
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.
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