DWTG: Braves 7 – Cubs 9

So I didn’t watch the game (DWTG). That’s the consequence of the day game (the supposed “Business Man Special” I believe Chip is always yammering about), and so it goes that without having seen a single pitch of this one in conjunction with the score and the named perpetrators (Wilson, Tomlin) that I think we … Continue reading “DWTG: Braves 7 – Cubs 9”

Braves Sweep Pirates – Win Streak extends to 7

The Braves concluded a four-game sweep against the visiting Pirates on Thursday afternoon with a 6-5 win. The win extends their current winning streak to 7 games, and for the time being Braves country enjoys a 1.5 game lead on the NL East. The Pirates sent the game 1 starter, Joe Musgrove (4-6, 4.40 ERA), … Continue reading “Braves Sweep Pirates – Win Streak extends to 7”

So Long Cardinals: ATL 10 – STL 2

The Braves moved to within 1.5 games of the Phillies after smiting Adam Wainright and the Cardinals last night. This may have been the last time we’ll see Wainright pitch in Atlanta (Talk about feeling old…). The Braves scored early and stayed after the Cards in this one. They led by 5 after 3 innings, … Continue reading “So Long Cardinals: ATL 10 – STL 2”

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves – Braves 2 – DBags 3

I wanted to start out with something clever, because our group of writers are all very good and witty, but the team is just uninspiring right now. In fact, in the time I should have spent writing this recap, I found myself watching Rick and Morty clips, because that’s how I feel right now. I … Continue reading “The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves – Braves 2 – DBags 3”

This Loss is No Disaster; Padres 11 – Braves 2

The art of losing isn’t hard to master; so many things seem filled with the intent to be lost that their loss is no disaster. Through the first four innings, it seemed this one was destined to wrap up in under 2.5 hours. That is… until I tuned in! I was late getting this one … Continue reading “This Loss is No Disaster; Padres 11 – Braves 2”