There’s been a lot of discussion lately in these parts and elsewhere on the interwebs about improving the current Braves’ roster through a trade or trades. That’s what happens when you find yourself in first place in mid to late … Finish Reading
So in 1966 most of the games were on Facebook, but there was only one computer powerful enough to receive it, an Al Gore homebrew deal, and he was really short of friends back then.
So if you wanted to … Finish Reading
Apparently the Blue Jays’ pitching meeting before last night’s game ended something like this:
“…and that’s how you retire Freddie Freeman.”
“But coach, what about the other six guys after him?”
“Oh. We have no … Finish Reading
Last thread is creeping into triple digit comment count, so here’s a new thread. Feel free to use it to continue drastically over-emoting about not getting that one reliever from Tampa Bay, or that one time we didn’t sign Mike … Finish Reading
Well, well. Saturday afternoon in the world of sport with everyone getting ready to switch off the US Open and the World Cup, so they could concentrate exclusively on the Braves bullpen. has developed high drama before we even get … Finish Reading
At the beginning of this homestand, we had 14 games in front of us against seemingly inferior opponents, and 12 of those games were at home. We’re 4-0 so far. Taking care of business against the bad teams is something … Finish Reading
Sometimes 1966 is intrinsically more interesting than 2018, so I’ll dwell on 1966 a bit more than usual today.
Sixty six games into the 1966 season, the Braves were now in full reversal of the current pleasant surprise: 28-38, a … Finish Reading
Braves hosted IWOTM’s. It was Hank Aaron Appreciation Night, which I think means we’ve cycled through yet another generation and have to remind whatever comes after Millennials that The Hammer existed. So, ya know. That happened. They also played a … Finish Reading