ATLANTA - There's nothing more inspiring than watching a video staring Samuel L. Jackson preaching to the fans about "rising up," as he's surrounded by a choir singing "rise up."
So Chipper Jones is hurt again - that's a surprise to no one. But this time, he didn't "tweak" or "pull something" that will keep him out just long enough to not go on the disabled list. Against the Astros on Tuesday night, while making a brilliant stop and twisting across his body to throw out Hunter Pence at first, he said he felt something in his left knee "pop."
For two preseasons, all Paul Johnson heard were questions.
ATHENS - His work ethic is thought of as polished. Teammates already want to run through a brick wall for him. And he seems to say all the right words.
I've been putting off making these picks.
LAWRENCEVILLE - The International League is more than a week removed from its All-Star break, and with the return of Triple-A baseball action, the Gwinnett Braves find themselves in the midst of playing 20 consecutive games without a day off.
Change, for better or worse, is part of life. Someone smarter than I once said the only consistent thing in life is inconsistency, or change.
Wonder what Arthur Blank thinks of his football team?
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