New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – August 31, 2010 – ESPN. Ah, the Mets. The game stayed scoreless through three, as despite any number of baserunners neither team could get a hit with a runner in scoring position. In the fourth, that changed, as Martin Prado led off the inning with … Continue reading “Braves 9, Mets 2”
Now, I’m not saying that Jeffy won’t play in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area next year. He’ll look great in a road uniform in Gwinnett.
New York Mets vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – August 30, 2010 – ESPN. It would appear that Jason Heyward is fully recovered from his injuries. Beware. Despite the final score, this one was in doubt most of the way. The Braves took the lead in the first on singles by Infante and Heyward, … Continue reading “Braves 9, Mets 3”
Do you realize that this could be the very last series that Jeffy plays in Atlanta? I mean, even if anyone wants him to play for them next year, it would probably be the Royals.
Florida Marlins vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – August 29, 2010 – ESPN. What’s the word? Oh, yeah… RESILIENT. The Braves got off the bat after another disaster start — oh, heck, let’s call it a catastrophe start — this one by Derek Lowe. At least with his other starts, Lowe has been giving … Continue reading “Braves 7, Marlins 6”
Seriously, was anyone surprised that the Marlins have been basically running a con game, crying poverty to get what amount to kickbacks from the local governments while at the same time pocketing millions in revenue-sharing money? First off, this is what the owners do. They always lie about how much money they’re losing, and they … Continue reading “Surprised game thread: August 29, Grifters at Braves”
Florida Marlins vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – August 28, 2010 – ESPN. Keep doing that, and we’ll be fine. Well, you don’t have to score 12 runs every game, but score some, okay? Infante led off the bottom of the first with a double. For a change, this time, Heyward walked and then … Continue reading “Braves 12, Marlins 3”
If you know how my mind works, you know how I’d react upon learning that Reggie Jackson was almost cast as Geordi LaForge on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Yes, it’s the (male) characters on ST:TNG as played by seventies baseball players. Picard: Johnny Bench (bald) Riker: Greg Luzinski (big guy who later grew a … Continue reading “To Boldly Go Where No Game Thread Has Gone Before: August 28, Marlins at Braves”
Florida Marlins vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – August 27, 2010 – ESPN. God, this sucks. Why am I recapping this? Why am I not out enjoying myself? It’s Friday night, for Pete’s sake. It’s not worth it. I’m certainly not going to put a whole lot of effort into this, I’m telling you … Continue reading “PURE EVIL 7, Braves 1”
Imagine what it would be like if neither of the 1993 expansion teams existed. Isn’t that nice?