Atlanta traveled to Denver to face Colorado in the Rockies’ home opener. After a two+ hour snow delay, a 24 degree first pitch temparature, and the ceremonial first pitch by the corpse of Sir Ernest Shackleton, the Bravo’s bats wasted … Finish Reading
So I retired on February 1st and shortly thereafter, in an attempt to “give back,” agreed to provide recaps of Wednesday games. Appropriately enough, the first of these turns out to be a “Businessman’s Special,” a 12:10 get-out-of-town start that, … Finish Reading
A few quick notes before we get deep into this thing. First, I am currently on the road for work. Specifically, I am in visiting my company’s home offices in Boston this week. So, ya know? You want a recap … Finish Reading
I guess the theme for this year will be quotes and statements from the famous, the infamous, and, occasionally, the barely known.
Today’s quote to summarize our game last night comes from a noted American philosopher of the late 20th … Finish Reading
Editor’s Note: Frequent reader and first-time contributor Kirk H. covers our off-day with memories of the first baseball game he saw in-person. Perfect way to pass an off-day.
In all the excitement of opening day, you may not have noticed … Finish Reading
You bet we are. Don’t mess with the Braves on a Saturday night at home.
We spotted them 2 -it seemed to matter then – but soon we were off to the … Finish Reading
Well, the Cardiac Kids of Cobb County (and, no, I will not get all cutesy and spell those with K’s instead of C’s, thankewverimuch), almost pulled out another late inning comeback win, before falling to the Phightin’ Phillies in 11 … Finish Reading
So far so good.
Along about the middle of the sixth, some among us despaired. After all, how often have the Braves ever come back from 5 runs down on Opening Day? Never, apparently, at least according to Mark Bowman.… Finish Reading