A couple of people have

A couple of people have written regarding my post of last night (actually, early this morning) on the Braves leading the NL in double plays. Both Brian Jenkins and Michael McHenry have pointed out that while the Braves aren’t allowing a lot of baserunners, most of the baserunners they’ve allowed have been on singles or … Continue reading “A couple of people have”

ESPN.com – MLB – Recap

ESPN.com – MLB – Recap – White Sox at Braves – 06/23/2002 The Braves completed the sweep, jumping out to a 4-0 lead and winding up pounding Chicago 9-1. Jason Marquis pitched and pitched well, mimicking Damian Moss’ outing of last night; occasional bouts of wildness (three walks) mixed in with near-unhittability (only three hits), … Continue reading “ESPN.com – MLB – Recap”

Here’s something interesting… The Braves

Here’s something interesting… The Braves have turned the most double plays in the National League, by a pretty wide margin — nine more than the second-place Giants. This is interesting in part because the Braves haven’t had a lot of baserunners against them; their OBP allowed is tied for third in the league. And while … Continue reading “Here’s something interesting… The Braves”