Atlanta Hustle vs. Dallas Roughnecks
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Dallas VS Atlanta Tailgate Party
Event on 2017-11-12 13:00:00
Come out and spend the day with us in Atlanta, GA!! Rep your team!! We will be leaving out from Anderson, Greenville and Spartanburg at 10am on November 12, 2017. Kickoff is @ 4:25pm Tailgate Party is from 1pm-10pm Includes: Transportation Luxury Motor-Coach to and from game; Food and Drinks at Tailgate Party; TV to watch game on **BRING YOUR TAILGATE CHAIRS** **WEAR YOUR COWBOYS AND FALCONS GEAR** **Game Tickets NOT INCLUDED!!*** 5 total per person per person deposit due by August 31, 2017 0 final payment due by October 1, 2017 per person for tailgate party ONLY due by October 1, 2017 Email email@example.com with your group size and if you would like to add game tickets, hotel, etc. **NO REFUNDS**
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The Atlanta Braves have been in first place in the NL East since May 31, but they have a losing record against the last-place Washington Nationals.
The Braves will try to change that Tuesday night when rookie Mike Minor makes his home debut in the opener of a three-game set.Watch Washington Nationals v Atlanta Braves live stream major league baseball online broadcast august 17
Atlanta (69-49) is 4-5 against Washington (51-67) thanks in part to the struggles of its RBI leaders. Troy Glaus is 4 for 32 with two of his team-high 69 RBIs against the Nationals while Brian McCann is 6 for 27 with two of his 63 RBIs.
Glaus is 2 for 14 against Nationals starter Scott Olsen (3-4, 5.11 ERA) while McCann is 6 for 23, but the focus on the mound Tuesday will be on Minor (0-0, 4.50).
Minor made his major league debut last Monday at Houston and allowed four runs in six innings in a 10-4 loss. The 22-year-old left-hander — the seventh overall pick in the 2009 draft — was starting in place of Kris Medlen, who is on the disabled list with a right elbow injury.
“There was excitement, nerves, but not too much,” Minor said. “I felt pretty comfortable out there. I know there are good guys out there and a really good guy behind the plate. After that first pitch, I was good.”
Minor went 4-1 with a 1.89 ERA in six starts with Triple-A Gwinnett before being called up.
Atlanta increased its lead to 2 1/2 games in the division over Philadelphia with a dramatic victory Monday. Melky Cabrera’s two-run single off Octavio Dotel with the bases loaded in the ninth inning capped a three-run rally in a 4-3 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
“We don’t give up,” shortstop Alex Gonzalez said. “We’ve got a good offense. All those guys took great at-bats.”
Rookie Jason Heyward returned after missing a game with swelling in his right knee. Heyward went 0 for 3 to drop to 6 for 46 over his last 13 games.
The Braves lost both of Olsen’s starts against them this year, with the left-hander going 1-0 with a 2.03 ERA. Those contests were at Nationals Park, and Olsen is 1/3 with a 7.15 ERA in seven career outings at Turner Field.
Olsen turned in his shortest outing since July 8, 2007, on Wednesday by allowing seven runs over 1 2/3 innings in a 9-5 home loss to Florida.
“I made terrible pitches. You make bad pitches, they hit ’em. That’s what happened,” Olsen said.
The Nationals took two of three at home over the weekend from Arizona, winning 5-3 on Sunday after entering the series with five straight losses.
“We needed to win a series,” outfielder Josh Willingham told the Nationals’ official website. “It has been a while. So we hope to keep that going in Atlanta.”
Shortstop Ian Desmond is 9 for 26 with three homers and six RBIs against the Braves this year. Desmond leads the majors with 27 errors.
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Question by mex2166: Can my car make the trip from Atlanta to Dallas?
I drive a 1998 Honda Accord. Around 7 months ago, the timing belt broke and my head gasket was damaged. However, the car still runs ok. It shakes a little bit but it does fine on the freeway. I am planning to move from Atlanta to Dallas for college but I’m not sure if my car will make it. What could happen?
Answer by monkey 8675309
Your car should make it. I have a friend that moved form New York, New York to Chicago in a Honda Accord. I think her car is about 10 years old and has been used with a lot of miles on it. While she was driving she forgot to get the oil changed before she left. So they had to tow it and then change the oil. Everything else was fine. You really don’t need to worry so much, Honda’s are very reliable. Just go to the repair shop..have them check everything. Including the axles, tires, tire pressure, the engine, you know….anti freeze and what not. Then you’ll be good to go! unless they find a very bad problem.
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Question by Sarah: What are your favorite kid friendly restaurants in Atlanta?
No fast food places please. We’re in the Buckhead area but go all around the city. It would be nice to find more restaurants that have healthier kid menus.
Answer by Meredith
There are two things to consider when talking about kid-friendly restaurants:
1) places where your children won’t bother other patrons, and
2) restaurants that serve healthy fare
My daughter is grown, but when she was younger, I often took her to buffet-type places like Ryans Golden Corral or Sweet Tomatoes. I also found that I could keep her busy and quiet by giving her something like spareribs in Chinese restaurants. Japanese hibachi places with entertaining chefs, always held her interest as well.
When S. was a little older, I started taking her to the ethnic restaurants on Buford Hwy. Penang became a favorite. What was a treat — and something we still often do — is go to the farmers market across the street. S. was intrigued by the live fish and frogs, being sold for food. We’d also often bought single-serve portions of Asian cakes — things we weren’t familiar with — and have for dessert. It became a ritual — something S. looked forward to!
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