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Why the Braves won’t trade Julio Teheran

If recent history has taught us anything, it’s that John Coppolella will trade anybody. I make this prediction knowing that, within 24 hours if not by Aug. 1, the Braves’ general manager could prove me as wrong as I’ve ever been, which would be saying something. But I make it nonetheless:

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Braves' top starter Teheran ready to 'do the right things'

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Julio Teheran will make a modest $3.3 million in this, the third year of a six-year, $32.4 million contract he signed before the 2014 season. While still being paid similar to what a back-end-of-the-rotation starter makes on some large-payroll teams, Teheran is the questioned ace of the Braves staff.

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Atlanta's stadium farewells: Fun and flops

We've entered the Year of Goodbye. The Braves and Falcons are set to depart their respective homes after their respective 2016 seasons. The Hawks may soon seek temporary housing while Philips Arena is reconfigured. Atlanta hasn't been very good at winning championships, but we lead the world in stadium-building.

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Five Braves positions that will be compelling in 2016

Barring injuries or other unexpected developments, the Braves plan to have Freddie Freeman at first base and Nick Markakis in right field for almost every game in 2016 and have newcomer Ender Inciarte as the primary center fielder -- at least until prospect Mallex Smith is ready, at which point they could possibly share the duties.

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Midland Farmers Market donates $1,200 to House of Heroes

The Men's Club of Midland United Methodist Church, who sponsors the Saturday morning market, uses the $5 vendor fee to make donations to charitable organizations. House of Heroes will use the money to kick start a campaign to raise funds earmarked to repair the home of Vietnam veterans in need of assistance.
Robin Trimarchi rtrimarchi@ledger-enquirer.com
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