ESPN.com: MLB – Glavine’s best year may be behind him On the other hand, Tom’s demise has been predicted for about a decade now.
ajc.com | Braves | Glavine counters with 4 years, $45 million The Braves aren’t going to go higher than three years, and I don’t think the Phillies will either. The Red Sox seem to be on the sidelines. But the Mets are desperate and might bite. In further news, the Braves are supposedly talking to … Continue reading “It’s the Mets call now”
One thing I am going to do, eventually, is restart the Bullpen section of the website. My intent is that this will be for longer pieces and things that might not be Braves-related. The other is maybe a more traditional weblog, kind of like Baseball Primer’s Clutch Hits, with links to any Braves-oriented news, commentary, … Continue reading “Call for submissions”
I’m not saying Hampton — I’m still not sure this is the best idea. But someone who isn’t Albie Lopez wearing #32 for the Braves? That’s wonderful.
1991 Atlanta Braves Statistics – Baseball-Reference.com I’ve sponsored a couple of new pages, to go along with Glenn Hubbard; this one, and George Lombard. They’ll show up in the next couple of days.
Ben Rivera Statistics – Baseball-Reference.com I just read in Lee Sinins’ newsletter that Ben Rivera has been added to the Yankees’ 40-man roster. Remember Ben? Big guy, spent the early parts of the 1992 season sitting in the bullpen then wound up with the Phillies? He hasn’t pitched in the majors since 1994. His reemergence … Continue reading “Real name “Bienvenido””
I’ve got ESPN Insider; most people don’t, so occasionally I’ll post something of interest from there, at least until Disney sues me. Anyway, they moved Rumor Central to the pay part of the site for some reason. One of the rumors they’re reporting is that the Braves are interested in Japanese closer Takashi Saito. I … Continue reading “Content theft”
ajc.com | Braves | Schuerholz suggests possible infield shake-up John Scheurholz: “We know Furcal is going to be a shortstop, put it that way.” Everything else is up for grabs. Please, please, please get rid of Vinny. I don’t care how. Give him an anchor job on Headline News. Make him president of Cartoon Network. … Continue reading “Oh please oh please”
ESPN.com: MLB – If anyone can turn Hampton around, it’s Mazzone “I’m not going to argue that pitching coaches are as important as managers. But considering the importance of a good pitching staff, and the apparent influence that a pitching coach can have on a pitching staff, don’t you think there’s room in the Hall … Continue reading “Rob Luvs Leo”
November 18, 2002 – The Daily Prospectus: The Big Trade Dave Pease endeavors to explain just what the heck the Marlins are doing.