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Following Tuesday night’s horrifics, a Skipism was fresh in my mind as today’s game started: “And like lambs to the slaughter, the Braves take the field.” You kind of get the feeling that the Braves may have … Finish Reading
Seriously? I mean, seriously?!?
I shut down the television and went upstairs when it was 10-2. I checked back and it was something like 10-6 and I thought “they shouldn’t let it get that close.” Then I went to bed … Finish Reading
Gettin’ back to Atlanta
After ass whoop all over the place.
Eric Stults is going to the mound,
And depression seems to be our new face.
I guess this team is meant for 90 losses.
But Braves fans we couldn’t … Finish Reading
We should probably stop pitching to Ryan Howard. To wit, here are his numbers from 2012-2015:
Against Atlanta: 161 PA, .217/.304/.497, 12 HR, 32 RBI
Against all other teams: 1145 PA, .233/.307/.402, 39 HR, 170 RBI
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So, halfway through Sonny Stitt blowing some serious smoke on WABE’s jazz classics and half a glass of Buffalo Trace, it occurred to me I had the recap tonight. In a lot of ways I enjoyed the game in the … Finish Reading
Gonna be a long year.
I thought about stopping right there, but well, let’s look at the ugly truth.
Aaron Harang looked dominant, as he has most of the year so far. And … Finish Reading
Julio Teheran didn’t have it yesterday. He battled, and did a good job to escape with only four runs on his line; he walked five men and departed with the bases loaded with one out in the fifth inning, having … Finish Reading
ESPN Box Score
This game was not the total embarrassment that Game 1 was, but it all looks the same on the overall record so that is little comfort. After starting out 5-0, the Braves have gone 3-6 and have … Finish Reading
You might be tempted to blame last night’s game on Phil Gosselin, whose butcher job on a potential double-play ball opened the floodgates for the Mets’ four-run fifth inning, knocking the wind out of Trevor Cahill’s sails and transforming him … Finish Reading
Okay, I like the format so I’ll rip it off. Who are the NINE most important Braves in franchise history, going back to 1870 or 1871?
Anyone who has been employed by the franchise is eligible, no limitations; feel free … Finish Reading