ESPN.com – MLB – Recap – Braves at Giants – 10/06/2002 Well, the Braves couldn’t surmount the Giants’ insurmountable lead. Big surprise, and the final score was 8-3. If there were any assurance he’d ever pitch for the Braves again, I’d be worried about Glavine. As it is, the Braves will have to win tomorrow … Continue reading “ESPN.com – MLB – Recap”
And just to show you that the Braves still had a shot if Bobby had pulled the trigger… It’s now 8-3 Giants. If he’d made the move earlier, it might be something like 5-3.
I just wrote a long piece (more about that later) praising Bobby Cox. But he’s made some major mistakes tonight that perhaps cost the team any chance of winning. With the score 4-0, Tom Glavine led off the third inning. He should have been pinch-hit for. That’s an obvious move, to me anyway; he was … Continue reading “I just wrote a long”
Sickening. Glavine walks Bonds intentionally, then walks Benito Flipping Santiago to force in the fourth run of the game, all of them scored by the Giants. The Braves don’t have a hit yet.
CBS.SportsLine.com – GameCenter I don’t believe this! Glavine just gave up two singles, then walked Kent to load the bases for Bonds. We’re doomed.
The Bullpen I’ve set up a new page for baseball things that didn’t fit on this one. It’s the Bullpen, and starts off with a little essay about the two recently concluded Division Series. No comments yet; I’ll set those up eventually. The idea here is that I’ll have some longer pieces, maybe about the … Continue reading “The Bullpen I’ve set up”