The All-Time Leader in Lost Wins
It’s amazing the number of times I go to the Internet to find the exact phrasing of some quote I want to use, only to discover that I’m completely wrong about who said it. …
If you need to catch up, here are our first 3 parts to the series:
After a 2020 season that saw a possible MVP year from Freddie Freeman …
If you’re behind in this series, here’s a link for
part 1 and part 2.
As fresh as the wound of being bounced from the postseason still is, the band-aid of getting to talk about constructing the 2021 roster …
This is part 2 of 6 in our “Where Do We Go From Here” series. For those that need to catch up, you can find
Part 1 here. Into the blue again
This is not a tale of endings, but …
The 2020 Atlanta Braves team was the most exciting and jubilant team that I’ve ever witnessed in my 35+ years of fandom. Luckily for the Braves, most of the core is under control for 2021. However, not so lucky for …
The Dodgers didn’t go 43 – 17 for nothing.
Cody Bellinger‘s solo homer in the bottom of the 7th was the difference in the game and the series.
The Braves had a couple of chances to break it open …
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Well, here we are. Game 7 of the NLCS against the best team in MLB. That’s a pretty good place to be and
Ian Anderson will take the ball vs. Dustin May and the bullpen. I’ll … Finish Reading
You watched. You don’t need to relive the game.
Are the Braves really about to do this again?
Are the Braves really about to move to the doorstop of a historic breakthrough, only for the …
It’s cliche, yes, but every single Braves fan out there would’ve taken the current scenario if asked about it a month ago. Despite the fact
Mike Soroka tore his achilles, Felix Hernandez opted out, Mike Foltynewicz became a skeleton, Sean … Finish Reading