The Major Baseball League action continued this past weekend with a great deal of games in different cities throughout the United States. For example, in Atlanta-Georgia at the Turner Field the Braves welcomed the Washington Nationals managing an outstanding win of 3 – 6.
What we can say about the Braves is simply – team work! Atlanta´s manager Freddy Gonzalez had high hopes on Justin Upton who was up to the task as he helped Freddie Freeman carry the load and the pressure on the team.
Since the start of last year the Braves have won a total of 24 to 17 games against the Nationals. “Any time we can get us all clicking at the same time, it can be pretty fun to watch,” said B.J. Upton.
On the other hand, the Nationals were unsuccessful to stop the Braves keeping Washington scoreless for a large part of the game.
In the city of Anaheim, California the Angels faced off the New York Mets at the Angel Stadium. The Mets pulled a close victory of 7 – 6 adding up to the scoreboard.
This past weekend the NBA games had a special feel as the playoffs will be starting shortly and there are no that many spots left. We could sense tons of positive energy on the courts, but time is running out for those in need to score and lock a place in the conferences.
Here is a good example of what is happening as the video shows how the Suns try to make a crazy playoff win: http://hangtime.blogs.nba.com/2014/04/14/suns-cinderella-season-on-the-brink/
In New York the Chicago Bulls lost to the New York Knicks for a final score of 80 to 100 at the Madison Square Garden dropping to the fourth position of the Eastern conference standings right below the Toronto Raptors.
The following is a quick 2014 projected postseason 1st ound games for the Playoffs:
No. 1 Indiana Pacers
No. 8 Atlanta Hawks
No. 2 Miami Heat
No. 7 Charlotte Bobcats
No. 3 Chicago Bulls
No. 6 Washington Wizards
No. 4 Toronto Raptors
No. 5 Brooklyn Nets
No. 1 San Antonio Spurs
No. 8 Memphis Grizzlies
No. 2 Oklahoma City Thunder
No. 7 Dallas Mavericks
No. 3 Los Angeles Clippers
No. 6 Golden State Warriors
No. 4 Houston Rockets
No. 5 Portland Trailblazers
Finally, there is the 2014 Golf Master Tournament at Augusta, Georgia as Bubba Watson wins his second green jacket in the last 3 years while competing against co-leader Jordan Spieth in Sunday´s grand finale.
Watson managed to set a new record among golfers becoming the fastest golfer in history to win his 2nd jacket as his maiden win was just in 2012.
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