WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the announcement last week that Major League Baseball is ready for a "vast expansion" of video reviews in 2014 has signaled the beginning of the end of umpires as we know them.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says even though the outfield on the big league level in Atlanta is loaded with talent, switching hitting Joey Terdoslavich, playing in Gwinnett, is making his case at getting a shot.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the Radisson Lackawanna Hotel in Scranton, Pa. has scared the daylights out of many minor league ballplayers through the years. Fact or fiction?
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says Brian McCann is ready to return to the Atlanta Braves starting lineup and the Gwinnett Braves are stepping up big to help the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing tragedy.
WSB Sports Directors spent the weekend watching Freddie Freeman rehab his strained oblique injury in three games with the Gwinnett Braves, and he says Freeman is ready to go.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says if the Atlanta Braves are still playing in October, it will be the arms, not the bats, that will lead them there.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the obscene amount of money made over this past Final Four weekend sheds new light on the "student athlete."
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says Thursday's second round of the NCAA Tournament was a shooter's nightmare.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone wonders why the schools from Georgia can't prosper in the post season in college basketball.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says he will NOT be in front of his television this weekend watching college basketball. Has he lost his edge as a sports guy?
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says in the midst of all this so-called "bad college basketball," we may have more than one bracket buster make it to the Final Four. And that would be fun.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the real fun of the Georgia win over Kentucky started on the way home from Athens.
WSB's Sports Director Tony Schiavone can't decide what was worse, seeing Dennis Rodman tell George Stephanopoulos, "Don't hate me," or watching Lauren Silberman set women athletes back 1,000 years.
Before you turn up your nose at the World Baseball Classic, here’s an argument in favor of it.
Not many weekends in the miserable month of February give us as much to cheer for (or against) like what transpired over the past few days.
Fans this weekend will get their first chance to see the "new" Atlanta Braves outfield of Up, Up and Hey. Yes, there is plenty of excitement in seeing B.J. and Justin Upton roaming the green along with Jason Heyward. And based on the numbers all three bring with them, the ...
The resignation of Pope Benedict XVI surprised a lot of Catholics on Monday morning. Father Frank McNamee, Pastor of Cathedral of Christ the King in Buckhead, tells WSB's Richard Sangster, the news stunned him, "This morning when I went down to make a cup of coffee, and Monseigneur Richard Lopez ...
Meteorologist Kirk Mellish says the severe weather today could not only bring heavy rain, thunderstorms and damaging winds, but the bad stuff could actually "sneak-up" on us without much warning. "Strong winds can come with downpours even without lightning or thunder, so you may not have the usual notice from ...
Hall County Sheriff's Office investigators have arrested 18-year-old Tiffani Torres of Flowery Branch in connection with a social media incident that occured at Flowery Branch High School Monday. According to the sheriff's office, officials were called into Flowery Branch High School on Monday when Torres allegedly posted on the social ...
The Braves have collected the final piece of their outfield puzzle for 2013 and beyond. The Braves and Arizona Diamondbacks have agreed to a deal to bring Justin Upton to Atlanta. In return the Braves will send Martin Prado, right-handed pitcher Randall Delgado, minor league infielders Nick Ahmed and Brandon ...