If you’re like me — well, then, I’m sorry — but you like weird stat lines. Here’s one. Pete Rose, 1980: 42 doubles, one triple, one homer. He’s the only player in major league history with a season 40 or … Finish Reading
Name that player:
35 career homers, 1816 career at-bats as a Brave.
22 HR in 1379 AB for the Braves, 6 HR in 740 AB for everyone else.
Name this player: 58 homers/.477 SLG as a Brave, 78 homers/.384 SLG for everyone else.… Finish Reading
I just needed to sit & look at the entire roster of current options to get a feel.
Royce Ring* (assuming we don’t get another … Finish Reading
This should be easy if you’ve been on the site for a couple of years…
Hank Aaron only became the Braves’ career home run leader in 1968, passing his longtime teammate Eddie Mathews. The question: Whose team record did Mathews … Finish Reading
Name this pitcher: Fifth in career wins by an Atlanta Brave. (Numbers 1-4 are pretty easy.) Extra points if you can do this without looking it up. I mean, looking stuff up, that’s easy.… Finish Reading
“He took steroids and HGH.”
Open thread.… Finish Reading
Name this hitter:
160 career homers with the Braves.
155 career homers with everyone else.
In unrelated news, if you haven’t heard by now the Nationals have signed both Willie Harris and Pete Orr. Apparently, … Finish Reading