How sweet it is. An evening when almost everything went right and the hated Cardinals were humiliated and dispatched in front of a sell out, stunned crowd. Max Fried in just his second ML start was the hero throwing a … Finish Reading
With a couple losses that were largely influenced by some poor bullpen play, fans in some circles are fairly perplexed and frustrated. Fortunately, there’s not so much of that here. But the pen has not been the weak link that … Finish Reading
We are two games shy of the halfway point of the season. After 79 games, the Braves are 45-34 and leading the NL East.
What have we learned so far? Freddie is the best hitter in the league. No surprise … Finish Reading
I’ve tried in these recaps to exactly parallel the 1966 season, but I have to make a small exception here.
The 2018 Braves are two games short of halfway, but at the halfway point in 1966, the 81st game on … Finish Reading
The Braves lost yesterday. It happens.
This morning, they called up Wes Parsons. Matt Wisler has been optioned, but a 40-man spot will have to be created for him.
Parsons is interesting. He was an … Finish Reading
Yes, yesterday I called a Braves win. I was tired of recapping losses, tired of the insults trying to tie me to other losses on other days of the week for which I had no responsibility, tired of being morose.… Finish Reading
This will be mercifully brief and bitty, for all our sakes. I was able to watch most of the game live while attending the Relay on one of those I Pads that has the cellular ability to zero in to … Finish Reading