Arlo Guthrie must have been proud. Boxcar Wino is showing some pretty good stuff this early in the year. 6 IP (his career high), 10 K’s (his career high), 1 BB, 3 hits, .67 WHIP, I run (earned, a home … Finish Reading
We have a new writer here at Braves Journal. His name is Alec Bohm. He dropped me a line yesterday and then told me he’d touch base later. Yeah…I’m still bitter.
Game 1 of this series features Sandy Alcantara vs. … Finish Reading
A whole lot went right yesterday and Ronald Acuña Jr. continues to be the talk of the town. However, it might be time to turn our attention to Sean Newcomb, who I see “ace reliever” in his future wiki description. … Finish Reading
Think about how much planning went into Joe Girardi’s night for the Phillies.
He made a change from his usual lineup by inserting backup catcher Andrew Knapp in for JT Realmuto; Knapp hit a home run off Ian Anderson last … Finish Reading
Last night was fun. Personal story, I traveled to my hometown to see my folks and got to do one of my favorite things in life and that is to watch a full Braves game with my dad. Thank you, … Finish Reading
When did it first hit you that there were fans in the building?
During player introductions? The booing for Bryce Harper? The crowd pop when Ronald Acuña Jr. launched a ball into orbit that put the Braves up for good? … Finish Reading
It seems early for a rematch, yet here we are, Game 7 of the season and Morton vs. Wheeler again.
We did have some Braves related news in the last few days:
Two wins, but two very different games. Game 2 was a classic pitchers’ duel. Strassburg held the Hammers to one hit and no runs through six. Fortunately, new Folk Hero Kung Fu Panda came through with his second pinch homer … Finish Reading
The first four games of this season force me to bring out the old Earl Weaver chestnut: “This ain’t a football game. We play every day.”
When you are a long time baseball fan, you … Finish Reading