ajc.com | Sports | Jordan demands trade from Dodgers I’m sure he’ll draw lots of interest from teams looking to pay $19.5 million over the next two seasons for an ordinary player. And from Terrance Moore, of course.
ajc.com | Braves | Report: Brewers to hire Yost as manager I don’t think it’s a huge loss. Nor is it exactly a golden opportunity. Only the Devil Rays are a more pathetic organization than the Brewers. Both teams were built by ex-Scheurholz assistants, by the way. Hmm.
NY Daily News – Home Bill Madden of the Daily News reports that Scheurholz is confident that he can re-sign both Maddux and Glavine. Then he quotes a moronic “source” who says that they can’t win in the postseason so nobody wants them. Leaving aside that just getting to the postseason is a tall order … Continue reading “Good news from a bozo”
ESPN.com: MLB – Baker great, but not the greatest Rob Neyer says that Bobby Cox is “clearly” the greatest manager in the game today. Commence shouting. This should have been up a couple of days ago except I have strained my back and until today couldn’t sit for more than a couple of minutes.
ajc.com | Sports | TERENCE MOORE Moore has gone bananas… Though Grissom wouldn’t be a bad pick at fourth outfielder at that.
It’s under the links to the right, that’s just how things got arranged here. It’s “Which retired ex-Brave most deserves to be in the Hall of Fame?” The eight candidates are all either currently on the ballot, are long-retired players with some constituency, or are players the Hall lists as appearing on upcoming ballots.
October 22, 2002 – Prospectus Q&A: Dr. Mike Marshall (Part Two) “There’s only one really great manager of pitching that I’ve seen thus far in the time I’ve followed baseball, that knows the pitcher should be removed after the third time through the lineup, except in rare circumstances. That’s Greg Maddux.”
Rapid City Journal: Indians to Interview Skinner Not much Braves news — there never is much news during the Series, MLB frowns upon teams drawing attention away from the Fall Classic — but there is this. Fredi Gonzalez, the manager of the Richmond Braves, is interviewing for the Cleveland Indians’ major league job. I think … Continue reading “Fredi Gonzalez, too”
globetechnology.com: News I thought I’d post this. It’s mostly about the Angels and Disney but touches on the Braves’ situation with AOL/TW as well.
You probably noticed that things look a little different than they used to around here. I have changed my publishing software from Blogger to Movable Type. There are several advantages I won’t go into here, but for now let’s just say it’ll be easier on me. All my recaps and the rest of my writing … Continue reading “Hi folks!”