When the Atlanta Braves walked off the field for the 61st time in 2020, it was euphoric. Freddie Freeman had just delivered a walk-off single in game one of the wild card round against the Cincinnati Reds, putting the Braves … Finish Reading
Notice how many of Freddie Freeman’s at-bats this season result in hard-hit line drives, which are then immediately swallowed by the defense for a soul-crushing out? You can almost see the glimmer of hope die in Freddie’s eyes as he … Finish Reading
We have a saying in the law: res ipsa loquitor (the thing speaks for itself). I’ve been insisting to all the doubters and naysayers that of course the Braves are better than a .500 team. Until a few minutes ago, … Finish Reading
Tonight was a game in which numerous unsurprising things coincided with a surprisingly happy result: Drew Smyly performed about as expected, Ronald Acuna performed about as expected, the Braves bullpen performed about as expected — with new addition Shane Greene … Finish Reading
For the 3rd straight year (that it’s been available), I’ve subscribed to MiLB.TV. I’ve always had a passion for prospects, but felt as though I was just scouting a stat-line. While I’m hardly David Lee, I have been able to … Finish Reading
You are well within your rights not to believe. If I’m being completely honest, I don’t believe either.
First getting back to 4-4 was supposed to be the catalyst for this team, then it was dominating the Cubs for three … Finish Reading