We haven’t been here in over 20 years. The Atlanta Braves are in the World Series. And they’ve somehow made it here without Ronald Acuna Jr., Mike Soroka, and Marcell Ozuna. How we made it here, we … Finish Reading
On Saturday night, the Braves defeated the defending World Champion Dodgers 4-2, thereby winning the NL pennant and stamping their ticket for their first trip to the World Series this millennium.
The victory continued their improbable second-half run of success. … Finish Reading
The seesaw of anti-momentum continues. Elation followed by despair followed by elation followed by despair. Me? I’m just watching baseball games.
Tonight, Max had little problem with the top of the order, but the bottom of the order was an … Finish Reading
Behind a terrific performance by the bullpen and a huge night from Eddie Rosario, the Braves defeated the Dodgers 9-2 to take a three games to one lead in the NLCS. And what a satisfying win it was. As you … Finish Reading
I’m writing this on my phone because I’m traveling; I “watched” by Gameday and phone. This recap will not be the most verbose or detailed I’ve written, nor the most informed or the most accurate or the most good-est. But … Finish Reading
It worked last time, so we’ll stick with the theme. No words, just links.
As most of you know, I was once an economist. Economics teaches the efficient use of resources, and last night the Braves were about as efficient as you can be. They got two guys into scoring position all night: … Finish Reading
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In a tense conclusion to this year’s California Bowl, the incumbent World Series champion Dodgers knocked off the division-winning Giants 2-1 in Game 5 to win the privilege of coming to Atlanta for the NLCS. The Braves will be boasting … Finish Reading