Flying Julio’s 4, Pads 2

Good Julio showed up to bust the streak. After losing six straight, this game was really about a dominant pitching performance by Julio Teheran. He pitched eight innings for the first time this year, giving up two runs and collecting eight strikeouts. The problem for Julio at this point have been the gopher balls. In … Continue reading “Flying Julio’s 4, Pads 2”

Red Sox 9 – Barves 4

The Good –Freddie Freeman hit a home run, snapping a seemingly endless drought of home runs by the Braves. –John Gant ate some innings, and kept the game from getting embarrassing. –AJ Pierzynski got his 2,000th hit. –Hunter Cervenka pitched a scoreless inning. -We may have seen the last of Bud Norris. That’s about it. … Continue reading “Red Sox 9 – Barves 4”

Dodgers 5, Braves 3

It’€™s pretty brutal out there. In the month of April, the Braves drew the short straw on scheduling. The Braves play 28 of their first 31 games against likely playoff teams. Games where you have your best vs. not-their-best still result in a frustrating loss. Tonight had Julio Teheran against Ross Stripling, so you like … Continue reading “Dodgers 5, Braves 3”