Another day has come and gone as the march towards the trade deadline progresses, and publicly, the story remains the same as far as Julio Teheran is concerned — the Braves are declaring that he isn’t for sale. Jon Heyman relayed the news in his latest column for Today’s Knuckleball, and although he did mention that the Braves are still taking calls on their top pitcher, they still aren’t budging on their steep price. Additionally, Heyman mentioned that the Braves are also battling perception problems as well. Teheran would be a major trade chip. But the Braves still won’t hear of it. “We have no intention of trading him,” a Braves official said for the third straight week. Braves higher-ups
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Mike Piazza had 2,127 hits -- including 427 home runs -- during his 16-year career. One of the them is more memorable than all the others produced by the soon-to-be Hall of Fame catcher. The Big Apple and entire country was reeling after the treacherous attack on Sept. 11, 2001. Everything stopped after the attack, sports and baseball included. More from FoxSports When the season resumed, Piazza and his Mets returned home for an emotionally charged evening against the Atlanta Braves on Sept. 21. "Forty, maybe fifty-thousand people here, and the wound was so open," Rose said in 2014. "The bleeding hadn't stopped. It hadn't even begun to scab. Who the hell knew what was gonna happen when 40-something-thousand