Ryan asked me to do this, and I hope I don’t screw it up:
It’s really hard to win a baseball game when you commit four errors, but I almost can’t even get mad about it. Not only was it a mostly inconsequential post-clinch game, the weather was brutal.
There was enough rain to … Finish Reading
On Tuesday night you went to a place you have been many times before, but also somewhere you never thought you would end up in.
You remember the division titles from the last two seasons and 2013; most of you … Finish Reading
Lots of things annoy me about Chip, some of which annoy many of you (‘Ynoa still needs two more outs to qualify for the win’) and some of which are unique to me (‘Let’s see if Josh can induce a … Finish Reading
Imagine that it’s the middle of February 2020. You are happily reading news of spring training, and you are optimistic about the Braves’ upcoming season. You’ve seen some news accounts about a new virus in Asia, but you see no … Finish Reading
If the Braves beat the Marlins tonight and the Phillies lose at least 1 game in their doubleheader, the Braves will have clinched the division for the 3rd straight year. With eyes on the prize, which is a World Series … Finish Reading
Huascar, Boxcar, where for art thou Huascar? I think “eephus” hit it well last night. Boxcar has some things to work with and might end up pretty good. Last night, he did a reverse Ian Anderson. Instead of letting 3 … Finish Reading
The baseball was bad, but the broadcast was so much worse.
What takes more mental fortitude to suffer through: Three straight walks to start the game, or a painstakingly on-field interview with Adam Duvall.
Which one made you want to … Finish Reading
It’s tough to say that the Atlanta Braves’ offense needed a “get right game,” considering the team had scored five runs or more in five its last eight games.
Yet, that’s exactly what Friday’s 15-2 series-opening win felt like for … Finish Reading