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A second suspect charged in connection with a burglary at New
England Patriots player Rob Gronkowski's Massachusetts home has been arraigned.

Eric Tyrrell Jadeveon
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, of Foxborough, was held on $1,000 bail Wednesday
after pleading not guilty in Wrentham District Court to two counts of receiving
stolen property.

Prosecutors say Tyrrell sold rare coins that had been stolen from one of
Gronkowski's roommates. Court records show nothing belonging to Gronkowski was
stolen.

The Foxborough house was burglarized in February while the team was in
Minnesota to play the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl. Authorities have
recovered an Apple watch, a Rolex watch and the coins.

Tyrrell's attorney says there's no evidence his client was present during the
break-in.

Another suspect already hasbeen arraigned. Police are still seeking a
third.

This story has been corrected to fix the spelling of the suspect's
name throughout to Tyrrell instead of Tyrell.

ATLANTA — The Atlanta Braves are glad that their four-game series with the
San Diego Padres beginning Thursday night is at home rather than in San
Diego.

The Braves swept four games from the Padres in the opening series for new
SunTrust Park in April 2017 and have almost nothing but success against the team
in Atlanta.

It has been exactly the opposite in San Diego, though.

The Padres took two of three from Atlanta in San Diego last week, and the
Braves have dropped 16 of their last 19 games in the Padres’ home stadium while
being outscored 98-59 over the stretch of futility.

The Braves have lost eight straight series at San Diego dating to
2011 Zach
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, but own an all-time record of 186-122 against the
Padres in Atlanta.

The Braves (39-28) went 2-4 on their road trip against the Padres and Los
Angeles Dodgers, but returned home to sweep a two-game series from the New York
Mets and regain sole possession of first place in the National League East.

The Padres (33-37) have won five straight series after taking two of three at
St. Louis and own 11 wins in their past 15 games.

Anibal Sanchez (2-0, 2.37 ERA) will start the series opener for the Braves,
with fellow right-hander Tyson Ross (5-3, 3.43) going for San Diego.

Sanchez has made three starts since spending six weeks on the disabled list
because of a hamstring strain and is 1-0 with a 1.46 ERA in the past two,
allowing just five hits in 12 1/3 innings.

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best outing since signing a minor league contract in spring training after being
released by Minnesota.

In that game, Sanchez worked seven innings against Washington on June 3 and
allowed just two hits and two unearned runs while walking one and striking out
five.

“He’s got a great feel for pitching and knows what he’s doing,” Braves
manager Brian Snitker said. “I think his stuff is better than what I was led to
believe when we signed him. He’s sneaky. He knows what he’s doing. He can change
speeds and he locates the fastball well.”

Sanchez has made five career starts against San Diego, losing his only two
decisions but posting a 2.76 ERA.

The Padres have won the last six games started by Ross and are 10-3 in his
outings this season.

“When it’s your turn to take the ball, you have to believe that you’re the
ace,” Ross said. “It’s a rotation of five Tom
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, but when it’s your turn to go, you have to give
the team a chance to win.”

Ross won a combined 23 games for San Diego in 2014 and 2015, and was the
Padres’ Opening Day starter in 2016. That was his only outing of the season,
though, as thoracic outlet surgery forced him to miss the rest of the year as
well as the first part of 2017 after he signed as a free agent with Texas.

The 31-year-old California native made 10 starts and two relief appearances
for the Rangers last year, going 3-3 with a 7.71 ERA.

Ross has faced the Braves four times Brendan
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, with one appearance in relief, and is 0-1 with a
3.38 ERA.

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