I break my silence to praise the Lord: After today, I won’t have to watch the 2006 Braves ever again.
I was going to go with “Not Fade Away” but it was unavailable.
I write this Tuesday afternoon. At the time of this writing, it’s possible that the Astros still have something to play for. Knocking them out of the playoffs isn’t much, but it’s the least those bastards deserve. Let’s keep playoff baseball out of that joke stadium for 2006.
ESPN.com – MLB – Box Score – Mets at Braves So, what’s Kyle Davies’ deal? Is he still hurt, or does he just suck? It was 3-0 before he recorded an out last night, and it was 5-0 when he left in the fourth. Joey Devine came in and pitched well; as his ERA lowers … Continue reading “Mets 7, Braves 4”
ESPN.com – MLB – Box Score – Mets at Braves At a certain level, this makes me angry. I know that the Mets don’t care, but why couldn’t we do something like this when it mattered? The Braves took over the game in the sixth, scoring six runs in the inning to take a 7-0 … Continue reading “Braves 13, Mets 1”
Can we please end this? Special bonus video: Only to ask — it’s not my imagination, Elton really does look like the lead in “Capote! The Musical” in this video, right?
Yeah, that’s just what I needed right now. Anyway, this blog officially endorses the Minnesota Twins in the American League playoffs.
ESPN.com – MLB – Box Score – Braves at Rockies Wow. I just realized, I completely don’t care that the Braves lost a game they once led 7-0 and that Kali Yates, yet again, blew a game. It’s his fifth “blown save” — really, blown hold — which is pretty remarkable considering that before the … Continue reading “Rockies 9, Braves 8”
Maintain radio silence.