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Braves ace pitches against texting and driving

Atlanta Braves starting pitcher Tim Hudson appeared at East Coweta High School recently, warning students against texting and driving as a part of AT&T’s “It Can Wait” campaign. Hudson’s appearance was thanks to ECHS student Adriana Williams, who signed up for AT&T’s no texting and driving pledge at a recent Braves’ game and won the visit. Photo/Special.

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