Bench coach Terry Pendleton #9, third base coach Ron Washington #37 and trainer Jim Lovell of the Atlanta Braves help up Johan Camargo #17 after he fell to the ground running onto the field in the first inning to face the Philadelphia Phillies at SunTrust Park on August 8, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Sideline Report: Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Here are a few things to know on Wednesday:

1. Braves lose to Phillies, 5-2

The Atlanta Braves fell to the Philadelphia Phillies for the 10th time in 12 games with a 5-2 loss on Tuesday night at SunTrust Park. Pitcher Julio Teheran gave up five runs in five innings. The Braves play the two-game series finale against the Phillies on Wednesday at 7:35 p.m.

2. Dream fall to Lynx, 81-72

The Atlanta Dream lost to the Minnesota Lynx 81-72 on Tuesday night at McCamish Pavilion. The Lynx (21-3) have the best record in the WNBA and have beaten the Dream three times since July 28. The Dream will return to McCamish Pavilion on Friday to play the New York Liberty at 7:30 p.m.

3. Atlanta United trades for Boswell

Atlanta United traded a third-round pick in 2019 for D.C. United centerback Bobby Bosswell on Tuesday. More on the

4. Johan Camargo sustains bone bruise in Braves loss

In what is being called a "freak injury", Atlanta Braves shortstop Johan Camargo injured his right knee on Tuesday night. Camargo ran onto the field before the first inning in Tuesday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies and then collapsed. Dansby Swanson is expected to be promoted from Triple-A Gwinnett to take Camargo's place.

5. Georgia State to name football field after alumnus Parker H. "Pete" Petit

Georgia State announced the field inside Georgia State Stadium will be named after chairman and chief executive officer of MiMedx Group Parker H. "Pete" Petit. More on the

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