Kyle Lobner of Brew Crew Ball contacted me to ask me to answer five questions about the Braves. So I returned the favor. Here are his answers to my questions about the team we’re about to face:
Question: The Brewers … Finish Reading
The Mets are a very generous organization. For example, they gave Tom Glavine a jet ski in an elaborate ceremony for his 300th win — a pitcher who earned 242 of them (up to that point) for another team.
They … Finish Reading
This is a post I never wanted to write, but I knew that I would have to. Mac Thomason passed away on Saturday, September 1, following a three-and-a-half-year battle with testicular cancer.
Mac was an unusual Alabaman. He was a … Finish Reading
It’s a great time to hate the Marlins right now, as long as you don’t mind kicking a man when he’s down. The Marlins are … Finish Reading
The Braves flashed some serious leather and continued to hit, while Tommy Hanson lucked out again, and that combined for a relatively easy extension of the winning streak.
Meanwhile, Frank Wren addressed issues in the rotation and on the bench … Finish Reading
Another one-run game, but this time we had the correct result. The Braves should have had a lot more than four runs — Mark Buehrle was all over the place (partly … Finish Reading
I didn’t see this game; I’m just putting this up for a new thread. The Braves played the PURE EVIL Marlins on a Monday with Josh Johnson versus Mike Minor on … Finish Reading
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“That’s why,” said Azaz, “There was one very important thing about your quest that we couldn’t discuss until you returned.”