Kevin Millwood had another strong outing, striking out seven in 6 2/3 innings. He also had two hits. The offensive stars were Matt Franco, with three doubles, and Keith Lockhart, with three … Finish Reading
The Braves (finally out of the godawful bowling shirt throwback jerseys) won, in a game that was kind of a reversal of pattern. They fell behind early in the … Finish Reading
Site notes on an off day
I want to allow myself a certain amount of sillyness here, so bear with me. Skip over this post if you don’t want to deal with it.
I don’t really have any general Braves … Finish Reading
Sigh. Just one of those games. The Braves lost 7-1. They fell behind 2-1 early and had a ton of chances to tie or take the lead in the … Finish Reading
Well, back to normal, except for the uniforms. The Braves won 5-3, getting four early runs (two on a Chipper homer, giving him a mere 11 on the season) … Finish Reading
The Braves lost, 3-2. Kevin Millwood had what I call a “Bad Maddux” start, seven innings, three early runs, eight hits, one walk, and a loss. It’s a good … Finish Reading
I got sick of the Albie Poll, so I went to a Vinny poll. I don’t know if these are as creative as the reader-suggested ones of the last poll, but they’re probably meaner.
If Wes Helms (starting against a lefty) has four hits, and comes up just the triple short of the cycle, you know the Braves are having a good day. … Finish Reading
The Braves got back to their winning ways, 5-3, in a game that to me shows some of the problems in the way pitchers are evaluated. In the first … Finish Reading