It’s difficult to summarize the Braves’ rise from worst to first in a way that does justice to the size of the feat. I mean, sure, there was the 1991 team that inaugurated the Great Run, which was presaged … Finish Reading
Our team is back where they belong, tied for first place in the NL East. It hasn’t been pretty, but the offense and starting pitching seem to be rounding into form. The bullpen still needs some tinkering, but we’ve already … Finish Reading
Over the past three Wednesdays, I’ve taken advantage of this platform to remind everyone that it’s a long season, that we shouldn’t draw conclusions based on anything that happens in April, and that we need to avoid moods that are … Finish Reading
What, us worry?
Hard to believe that just a couple of days ago, the Braves couldn’t hit water falling out of a boat; today, basically everyone just did the same boringly good job. Only two ohfers in the regular lineup, … Finish Reading
The Braves were an unfortunate victim to a small sample yesterday. For the most part, Atlanta dodged some pretty rough storms yesterday and many were wondering why the Braves cancelled its game. Well…James Spann has that answer:… Finish Reading
That was a satisfying win. Behind an excellent start from Ian Anderson, the Braves defeated the Yankees 4-1. Aqualung went 6 2/3 scoreless innings, surrendering only four hits. He looked like the Ian Anderson of 2020; all three of his … Finish Reading