WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone was on hand at Dodger Stadium during the heartbreaking loss in game four of the 2013 NLDS. He says unfortunately this was probably the last time for Brian McCann in a Braves uniform.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone, reporting from Los Angeles, says the Dodgers not only whipped the Braves in Game Three of the NLDS, but the Dodger fans made a mockery of the team and the "chop."
WSB's Tony Schiavone says it's too early to tell if David Hale, who makes his Atlanta Braves debut Friday night at Turner Field, will be a great Major League pitcher. But he says, Hale's future will not depend on how he throws a baseball.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone has been witness to hundreds and hundreds of live versions of the Star Spangled Banner. And, he says, most have been horrible.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the years covering and watching Chipper Jones with the Atlanta Braves were an unforgettable pleasure, but hopefully Chipper's not completely done with baseball.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the most dangerous person alive is not who you might think. It just might be your next door neighbor.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the fastest growing sport in the country, by far, is lacrosse. This weekend, metro Atlanta will see first hand how big it has become, and how much bigger it can be.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone goes back in time to relive some of his memories of calling play by play of minor league baseball. And some memories are so thick you can smell them.
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.