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Express-Times 5 hours ago
Cole Hamels, three Philadelphia Phillies relievers combine for no-hitter against Atlanta Braves

Cole Hamels, three Philadelphia Phillies relievers combine for no-hitter against Atlanta Braves

Relievers Jake Diekman, Ken Giles and closer Jonathan Papelbon each pitched a hitless inning to finish off the fourth no-hitter in the majors this season.
Los Angeles Times 5 hours ago

Four Phillies pitchers combine to no-hit Braves

ATLANTA -- Cole Hamels and three Philadelphia Phillies relievers combined to pitch a no-hitter Monday, beating the Atlanta Braves, 7-0, to give a last-place team a rare reason to celebrate.
The Phillies Zone | Philadelphia Inquirer 8 hours ago

Sources: Phillies will promote prospect Maikel Franco to majors

The Phillies will promote prospect Maikel Franco, two sources said, to make him the team's youngest position player since Jimmy Rollins debuted in 2000. Franco, 22, could start Tuesday at Turner Field against Braves lefthander Mike Minor.
KFFL 15 hours ago

Braves | Four recalled

Atlanta Braves RP Juan Jaime, P Chasen Shreve, OF Jose Constanza and OF Joey Terdoslavich ...

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Miami Herald Aug 31, 2014
Wood whiffs 12 as Gattis, Braves nip Marlins 1-0

Wood whiffs 12 as Gattis, Braves nip Marlins 1-0

Alex Wood struck out 12 in eight dominant innings and Evan Gattis homered to help the Atlanta Braves beat the Miami Marlins 1-0 on Sunday.
Miami Herald Aug 31, 2014

Miami Marlins (66-68) at Atlanta Braves (71-65), 5:10 p.m. (ET)

The Atlanta Braves hope to bounce back in Sundays rubber match versus the Miami Marlins at Turner Field.
Miami Herald Aug 31, 2014
Braves lose 4-0 to Cosart, Marlins

Braves lose 4-0 to Cosart, Marlins

The Atlanta Braves have faced Jarred Cosart twice this season, and they are still looking for their first win against the young right-hander.
Miami Herald Aug 31, 2014
Jarred Cosart leads Miami Marlins in shutout win over Atlanta Braves

Jarred Cosart leads Miami Marlins in shutout win over Atlanta Braves

The Marlins came dangerously close to running out of time before they could finalize a deal for Jarred Cosart last month at the trade deadline.
Miami Herald Aug 29, 2014
Tough night for Miami Marlins’ Garrett Jones in loss to Atlanta Braves

Tough night for Miami Marlins’ Garrett Jones in loss to Atlanta Braves

Garrett Jones struggled offensively and defensively as the slumping Marlins fell farther behind in the wild-card race.
Miami Herald Aug 29, 2014

Miami Marlins (65-67) at Atlanta Braves (70-64), 7:35 p.m. (ET)

The Atlanta Braves are back home after their lengthy road trip and will begin a three-game series versus the Miami Marlins Friday night at Turner Field.

Rapid Reaction: Braves 6, Mets 1

NEW YORK -- The reality is that the 90-win goal died long ago for the New York Mets. All they're doing this week is making it official. The Mets lost their 72nd game of the season Thursday night, a number that only has significance because it's the most a team can lose and still win 90 games. So the Mets, who stand at 62-72 after Thursday's 6-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves, could theoretically win all 28 games left on their schedule and still get to 90 wins.

Thursday's Mets-Braves lineups

NEW YORK -- Here are the lineups as the Mets face the Atlanta Braves on Thursday at 7:10 p.m. in the series finale at Citi Field. David Wright (neck/shoulder) returns to the lineup, although Daniel Murphy (calf) remain sidelined. Mets Juan Lagares, cf Curtis Granderson, rf Wright, 3b Lucas Duda, 1b Travis d'Arnaud, c Eric Campbell, lf Wilmer Flores, 2b Ruben Tejada, ss Jonathon Niese, lhp Braves Jason Heyward, rf Emilio Bonifacio, cf Freddie F ...

Rapid Reaction: Braves 3, Mets 2

NEW YORK -- With even a little help, Zack Wheeler could have beaten the Atlanta Braves Wednesday night. He didn't get it. Wheeler, the 24-year-old New York Mets right-hander from Georgia, remained winless against his hometown team this season, despite turning in yet another strong start. Wheeler allowed just two earned runs in seven innings, but Braves starter Julio Teheran was better and the Mets lost, 3-2. The Mets had just three hits against Teheran, and scored only on Wilmer Flores' second-inning home run.

Wednesday's Mets-Braves lineups

NEW YORK -- Here are the lineups as the Mets face the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday at 7:10 p.m. at Citi Field. David Wright (neck/shoulder) and Daniel Murphy (calf) remain sidelined. Mets Curtis Granderson, rf Juan Lagares, cf Lucas Duda, 1b Travis d'Arnaud, c Eric Campbell, 3b Matt den Dekker, lf Wilmer Flores, 2b Ruben Tejada, ss Zack Wheeler, rhp Braves Jason Heyward, rf Phil Gosselin, 3b Freddie Freeman, 1b Justin Upton, lf Evan Gattis, c Tommy La Stella, 2b Andrelton Simmons, ss B.

Morning Briefing: Wheels up!

NEW YORK FIRST PITCH: Now that Zack Wheeler can beat anyone, can he beat the Atlanta Braves? The New York Mets right-hander had three wins over his hometown team last season. He doesn't yet have any this year. That's not entirely his fault. He pitched well against the Braves each of the last two times out, but got little help from his offense in either game. Perhaps the somewhat-revived Mets offense -- hey, they scored 11 runs just a few days ago -- can help Wheeler (9-8, 3.

Juan flashes power as Mets top Braves

John Minchillo/Associated PressJuan Lagares' two-run homer in the fourth staked the Mets to a 3-1 lead.NEW YORK -- Juan Lagares ended a 227 at-bat homerless drought Saturday. Now he has two long balls in his last three games. Lagares' two-run shot against Alex Wood proved the difference as the Mets beat the Atlanta Braves, 3-2, Tuesday at Citi Field. Terry Collins said hitting coach Lamar Johnson has been encouraging Lagares to pull the ball more.

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