You will forgive me won’t you if I don’t detain you much longer with an account of this awful game. If you were able to watch it you already know how dreadful we were, if not you can guess, surely, … Finish Reading
We shall win, we shall win…and win we did after the most bizarre and wonderful game that ended in our favor with a magnificent defensive play at a quarter past midnight.
There was an excess of everything tonight – walks … Finish Reading
There was no irony in the juxtaposition of the grandeur that surrounded the State’s goodbye to a great man around midday today and our little baseball game to be played in Georgia a few hours later. The latter perfectly exemplifies … Finish Reading
Having no idea what to say about tonight’s repeat performance I just reread Painter’s effort on last night’s imbroglio and found some strength in it. It was short, to the point, got the job done and got out unscathed. As … Finish Reading
We are not at their level. When the hits must be produced, when the pitches need find their mark. 3/0 became 5/3 seemingly in a moment and there would be no comeback offered by us at the last throw of … Finish Reading
It’s not unreasonable to fear after last night’s heroics and scoring outbursts by the Braves middle order that to expect the same again was pushing it. We did indeed lose this game, late, having been ahead for most of the … Finish Reading
No, not tonight. After performing well to squeeze out close run victories in the first two games of this series we stumbled big time tonight and can have no quarrel with a three run loss and our score sheet blank. … Finish Reading
malaise. [ma-leyz, -muh-; French ma-lez] noun. a vague or unfocused feeling of mental uneasiness, lethargy, or discomfort.
Our Braves are now formulaic. Two games of a four game series are quite enough to predict the third. And … Finish Reading
Seneca 32 BC
Remember that pain has this most excellent quality. If prolonged it cannot be severe, and if severe it cannot be prolonged.
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Editor’s note: Once again adding lines to make the post long
You said it Rob, a few minutes ago. The pair of you need get off your obsession with age and simply use your eyes. Strange, rather odd really, that both the most recent two Editors of this fine epistle should … Finish Reading