The Texas Rangers (64-50) and Los Angeles Angels (51-61) will close out a three-game American League West series Wednesday night at Angel Stadium, with the first pitch scheduled for 10:05 p.m. ET

Texas Rangers vs. Los Angeles Angels 

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The Atlanta Braves (71-53) and San Francisco Giants (69-55) will open up an important four-game National League series on Thursday night at AT&T Park, with the first pitch scheduled for 10:15 ET

Atlanta Braves at San Francisco Giants 

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The Miami Marlins (47-54) and Atlanta Braves (57-44) will open up a four-game National League East series on Monday night at Turner Field, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:10 ET

Miami Marlins at Atlanta Braves 

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The Atlanta Braves (50-41) and Washington Nationals (53-37) will continue a three-game National League East series on Friday night at Nationals Park, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:05 ET

Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals

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The Atlanta Braves (44-39) and Philadelphia Phillies (37-48) will continue a National League East series on Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:15 ET

Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies 

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The New York Mets (6-3) and Atlanta Braves (5-4) will open up a three-game National League East series on Monday night at Turner Field, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:10 ET.

New York Mets at Atlanta Braves

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The Atlanta Braves and Colorado Rockies close out a four-game series Thursday afternoon at Coors Field

Atlanta Braves at Colorado Rockies

Atlanta Braves 2B Dan Uggla is starting to swing the bat

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The Colorado Rockies and Atlanta Braves leave interleague play behind and open a four-game series Monday night at Turner Field

Colorado Rockies at Atlanta Braves

Colorado Rockies OF Carlos Gonzalez will likely miss Monday's contest with a wrist injury

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The Braves picked up a dramatic victory in the opening game of this series and now turn to one of their best pitchers in Game 2.

Atlanta Braves at Chicago Cubs

Atlanta picked up a 5-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs to open this three-game set at Wrigley Field on Friday afternoon.  Braves outfielder Rick Ankiel cleared the bases with a two-out triple in the ninth inning in order for the club to move 22 games over .500 on the year.  “It’s like there’s something in the water around here,” Ankiel said.  “It’s fun.  It’s like no matter what, we’re never out of it.  It’s fun to be a part of it.”  The win also gave the club its 37th comeback victory of the season, which leads all of baseball.  Atlanta is 23-16 in day games this season (+450) and 70-66 over the last three years (-320).  The club is also just a game over .500 versus southpaws (22-21, -490) and the total is 20-21 O/U in those contests.

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The Braves handed the Dodgers their worst defeat in three years on Sunday afternoon and now look to capture the series at Turner Field.

Los Angeles Dodgers at Atlanta Braves

Los Angeles suffered a 13-1 blowout defeat in Sunday’s contest against the Braves at Turner Field and have lost 13 of 16 on the road.  “We had opportunities, couldn’t get the big hit, nothing you can do about it,” manager Joe Torre said.  The loss was the largest margin of defeat this year, as the team is without regulars Casey Blake, Jamey Carroll, Manny Ramirez, Rafael Furcal and Russell Martin.  The three runs the Dodgers have scored in the last two games have come on outs, as they are 0-for-20 with runners in scoring position in the series.  Los Angeles has posted a 6-5 record after allowing 10 or more runs in a game this season (-90) and are 9-17 in this situation the last three years (-1,340).  The club is a disappointing 4-10 as a road underdog of +125 to +150 and the total is 5-9 O/U in those contests.  As this series ends, Los Angeles is assured of returning home without consecutive second-half road wins, as they last accomplished this feat on July 3-4 in Arizona.

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