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Braves sign Markakis to 4 Two days after officials flew to Maryland to woo a suddenly available Nick Markakis, they got their man Wednesday. They signed the veteran right fielder and Woodstock High graduate to a four year contract for about $44 million, a person familiar with the situation said. Markakis, 31, is a two time Gold Glove winner who is expected to replace the traded Jason Heyward in right field and at the leadoff spot for the . Although he’s played his entire nine year career with the Baltimore Orioles, Markakis has a home in the Atlanta area and went to high school and college in Georgia (Young Harris College). After negotiations with the Orioles stalled and Markakis made it known he would consider other teams, manager Fredi Gonzalez and assistant general manager John Coppolella traveled to Baltimore on Monday and had dinner with him near his Maryland home. The Giants and Blue Jays had also pursued Markakis. Nick Markakis of the Baltimore Orioles hits a solo home run in the seventh to tie the game against drew stanton red jersey the Pittsburgh Pirates on May 1, 2014. (Photo by Mitchell Layton/Getty Images) Signing Markakis further increases the already strong possibility that the will trade corner outfielder Justin Upton or possibly Evan Gattis, the catcher who has been penciled in to move to left field next season. Trading Upton seems more likely, since he can be a free agent after 2015 while Gattis is under contractual control through 2018. He’s not as sensational defensively as Heyward and doesn’t have the speed, power or upside potential as the former right fielder, but the view Markakis as a steadier, more durable player who was far cheaper to sign over the next four years than Heyward, who can be a free agent after the 2015 season. Markakis is a .290 career hitter with the .358 on base percentage, 141 home runs and 658 RBIs in nine seasons. Last season he hit .276 with a .342 OBP, 27 doubles, 14 homers and 50 RBIs, and won his second Gold Glove in four years.
the proud father of a gay son." NCAA headquarters is in Indianapolis. UConn Men’s BasketballKevin OllieSee all related8 Many college basketball coaches go to the Final Four every year to attend the National Association of Basketball Coaches convention and other events in the host city. The NABC convention runs in Indianapolis from Thursday through Monday. Ollie, who won the championship last season, and his assistants had planned to attend before Malloy’s ban. Malloy, speaking to reporters outside his office Tuesday, said his travel ban makes exceptions where arrangements had already been made. "But if they don’t have to go, I hope they wouldn’t," he said. UConn officials and the Governor’s office discussed the options on Tuesday afternoon and evening before the decision was announced. Senior guard Ryan Boatright is going to Indianapolis to participate in the State Farm three point shooting contest at Butler University on Thursday night, but his travel expenses are covered by the event