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Uggla, Prado power Braves' win over Marlins

Uggla, Prado power Braves' win over Marlins

ESPN.com Updated Sep 17, 2012
Dan Uggla hit a three-run home run in the first inning, Martin Prado tied a career best with four hits and the Braves beat the Marlins 7-5 on Monday night.
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  • Braves jump out early, hold on for Hudson

    Braves jump out early, hold on for Hudson

    MLB.com Sep 17, 2012
    After jumping out to an early six-run lead, the Braves held on for a 7-5 win against the Marlins in front of 23,308 at Marlins Park. The victory extended Atlanta's win streak to four games and pulled the club to within five of Washington, which was off …
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  • Chipper reflects on 'epic battles' in Miami

    Chipper reflects on 'epic battles' in Miami

    MLB.com Sep 17, 2012
    Earlier this month, Chipper Jones bid a final farewell to Citi Field, and in August, he made his last regular-season trip to Nationals Park. On Monday, Jones kicked off his final trip to Miami to face the Marlins.
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  • Spacious home both a pro and con for Marlins

    Spacious home both a pro and con for Marlins

    MLB.com Sep 17, 2012
    Depending on your point of view, Marlins Park plays either too big or it's just right. The Marlins' flashy new home also is one of the most difficult places to hit a home run.
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  • Stanton sits out series opener with sore side

    Stanton sits out series opener with sore side

    MLB.com ESPN.com Sep 17, 2012
    As a precaution, Giancarlo Stanton wasn't in the Marlins' lineup on Monday night due to a sore left intercostal muscle.
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  • Video - Braves Win 4th Straight 00:32

    Braves Win 4th Straight

    Sep 17
    Martin Prado collects four hits in Braves' 7-5 win over Marlins.

Sports Columnists

  • Peter King: Shoddy, inconsistent officiating making the game hard to enjoy

    Sep 17
    Last week I thought the replacement officials were adequate. Watching football Sunday, I felt like a passenger in a car going 20 miles an hour too fast on a mountain road with hairpin turns; we weren't going to die, but it was going to be a dicey ride.