Seriously, for the first time, I thought that maybe they really were lying down. I mean, I’m sure they’re not, but they don’t seem to be nearly as … Finish Reading
See, Mets? We just can’t beat them! Sorry!
Shutout through two. Then Klinger Parr finally gave up some runs, three of them to be precise, but the Braves … Finish Reading
The Mets led 4-2 entering the ninth, and lost, because their bullpen is collapsing, and they are on the verge of another late season swan dive. … Finish Reading
Sad, really. Jo-Jo Reyes (again, he’s not pitching well enough to be called “Joseph”) only went two innings, in which he gave up four runs and two homers. … Finish Reading
Yes, the Braves won a one-run game on the road! I know!
The Mets took a 2-0 lead in the fourth inning, but it could have been worse; … Finish Reading
Poor Rockies, they must really be hard up if they lose a series to us.
The Braves, as usual, took an early lead, 2-0 in the second, only … Finish Reading
The win rule? Still stupid. Jamie Parr went out there and went six scoreless innings, giving up five hits and not walking anyone while striking out five. I … Finish Reading
So, how do the Braves win after losing the last two games? On a balk. A balk. I guess I’ll take it, but it just goes to show … Finish Reading
You see, I would have brought back the Miserable Braves Loss Type-Index, but they keep coming up with new ways to lose. The going out to a 4-1 … Finish Reading
I just don’t know. Recapping these games is a real chore, and I’ve been backsliding, but what’s the point?
Hampton gave up four solo homers in the first … Finish Reading