Braves 5, Giants 4 (11 innings)

Atlanta Braves vs. San Francisco Giants – Box Score – October 08, 2010 – ESPN. So, that’s baseball for you. Rick Ankiel and Kyle Farnsworth come through big, with the assistance of a guy playing the position for the first time all year, and the Braves get off the mat (resilience!) and head back to … Continue reading “Braves 5, Giants 4 (11 innings)”

Braves 8, Phillies 7

Philadelphia Phillies vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – October 03, 2010 – ESPN. So, the Braves fell behind the Phillies early, then went out to a massive lead, and then tried to blow the whole thing. This time, unlike the season, they didn’t. Quite. Tim Hudson went seven innings and allowed just two hits. … Continue reading “Braves 8, Phillies 7”

Phillies 7, Braves done

Philadelphia Phillies vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – October 02, 2010 – ESPN. Look, right now this team doesn’t belong in postseason. It’s nobody’s fault — except Melky‘s, of course — but ever since Chipper went down they haven’t had enough to win, and when Prado first started to lose effectiveness due to injury … Continue reading “Phillies 7, Braves done”

Braves 5, Marlins 1

Florida Marlins vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – September 29, 2010 – ESPN. Derek Lowe continued his exceptional work of late, and the Braves actually managed enough runs early enough to make the game somewhat comfortable. Not too comfortable. Lowe escaped a jam in the first inning after allowing a single to the leadoff … Continue reading “Braves 5, Marlins 1”

Braves 3, Marlins 2

Florida Marlins vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – September 28, 2010 – ESPN. Eric Hinske sticks an epi pen into the heart of the season! For six innings, the Braves were a completely different team than last night, in that they were losing 1-0 behind a brilliant pitching performance and they weren’t getting any … Continue reading “Braves 3, Marlins 2”

Braves 2, Marlins 1 (11 innings)

Florida Marlins vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – September 27, 2010 – ESPN. Omar Infante rescucitates the season! After the usual ten innings of either not hitting with runners on base or not mounting any threats at all, the Braves rallied in the eleventh inning — having apparently managed enough distance from Tommy Hanson … Continue reading “Braves 2, Marlins 1 (11 innings)”