Where Do We Go From Here? Sign Jason Heyward.

We’ve been whispering about it for more than a year now in this dark corner, but with the Miller-for-Inciarte/Swanson/Blair trade it’s actually, unquestionably the move for the Braves to make now—if they can swing it: Outbid the other teams and bring Jason Heyward back to Atlanta. I’ll answer some questions you’re all asking yourselves: Do … Continue reading “Where Do We Go From Here? Sign Jason Heyward.”

We aren’t the Champions! (Many join the humble vanquished Chukchi people).

We got ass whooped, time after time. Fans have been sentenced, But committed no crimes. Rangers and Dodgers, with Astros and Cards, Have had their share of sand kicked in their face So we can now sing: and we mean to go on, without Yankees and Pirates, and on We aren’t the champions, my friends. … Continue reading “We aren’t the Champions! (Many join the humble vanquished Chukchi people).”

THE MILLERS TALE… Sir Shelby, art thou smiling therre belowe?

On Sunday, Shelby finally won his sixth game after 24 consecutive winless starts. Trying to worry out the Shelby conundrum it has occurred that perhaps Chaucer might show him and us the way to redemption, to at least a deeper understanding of what is going on. After all, he created a Miller, a famous one, … Continue reading “THE MILLERS TALE… Sir Shelby, art thou smiling therre belowe?”

Braves Take Two, Sweep Cards on Three Consecutive Shutouts (by coop)

Braves played two to end the season. In the first game of the doubleheader, Shelby Miller pitched eight shutout innings; and the Braves hit three home runs to beat the Cardinals 6-0. Adonis Garcia had two solo homers, and Andrelton Simmons added a two run shot. Best of all, Shelby WON! As ‘Rissa said, 25th … Continue reading “Braves Take Two, Sweep Cards on Three Consecutive Shutouts (by coop)”

Nationals 3, Braves 0, apparently

I’ll be honest with you: I didn’t watch the game. And while I’m in the confessional, I’ll own up to something else: I have absolutely no idea who Ryan Weber is. But he went seven innings last night, giving up just five hits and one run with 10 strikeouts against no walks, and that’s kind … Continue reading “Nationals 3, Braves 0, apparently”

BRAVES WILL NOT LOSE 100 (by coop)

The final week of the Braves 2015 season will be spent at home. Fans are ready for the season to end. The Braves are ready for the season to end. Both Braves fans and players know the season ended long before the last out in the 162nd game will be recorded, so I have only … Continue reading “BRAVES WILL NOT LOSE 100 (by coop)”