It was, it really was. It had been like watching a prize fight all afternoon. Some knockdowns but as many recoveries until the final round was near and we seemed to be out of it, tired and looking it. … Finish Reading
Game time: 4:05. Bryse Wilson vs. Nick Pivetta.
Snowshine got our predictions going, and 86 wins was the average of the (realistic) win predictions.
High total: 93 wins (Snowshine
Low total: 77 (Dusty)
Pitcher wins were all over the place, … Finish Reading
had a magical season in 2018. To this
old hand, it was as much fun as all but a handful in the history of the Atlanta
Braves. Much of the fun of the team was the youth and … Finish Reading
Kyle Wright – The 2017 first round pick has earned a spot in the rotation earlier than most had envisioned. He’s a good bet to at least be a serviceable 4th/5th starter this year, but he could surprise some … Finish Reading
A lot has been made of what the Braves did not do with the rotation, whether it was landing a front of the rotation starter or even re-signing Anibal Sanchez, the Braves return lots of starting pitching from last … Finish Reading
The days are short and my workload is long, so just for the sake of variety, here’s a new thread.
But, yes on Kimbrel, no on Keuchel, in one man’s opinion. Kimbrel probably signs a shorter-term deal than already envisioned, … Finish Reading
With the Braves doing, frankly, very little this offseason, and the other 3 NL East contenders making wholesale changes to their roster, I decided to take a different approach to projecting each team. Instead of doing overall unit comparisons (offense, … Finish Reading
The 2018 National League Rookie of the Year is a younger, better version of Ozzie Albies, at least offensively. We have a limited sample to evaluate the 21 year old on, but what a sample it is, and it’s not … Finish Reading