While we’re all getting settled, I figured I’d start off the new version with Braves player analysis. In the past, I’ve done this as a separate page (actually, two pages, one for hitters and one for pitchers) but that was before I fully adopted the weblog format. What I’m going to do this year is … Continue reading “Braves Player Analysis”
Welcome to Braves Journal version… Hmm, call it 3.1. The site isn’t officially open until Thursday, but it’s possible you’ll get directed here some time sooner if you’re following the bravesjournal.us url. Regular posting will start on Thursday, but if you liked the old site, rest assured that nothing will change. If you didn’t like … Continue reading “Welcome aboard!”
Larry has a brief squib up at the Braves Journal Bullpen. The Bullpen won’t be moving with the main site, but will be moving. I will probably make it a subblog of War Liberal when the time comes. Theoretically, that should be some time next week, so keep an eye out. (The Bravesjournal.com url should … Continue reading “In brief”
Braves Journal Bullpen There are two entries in the Braves’ Bullpen; I’m still open to submissions, of course. Larry thinks that the Braves should trade for Ken Griffey Jr. to play left field. That would be great, except that I don’t think the Braves have what the Reds are looking for (an established star hitter … Continue reading “Bullpen now open”
One thing I am going to do, eventually, is restart the Bullpen section of the website. My intent is that this will be for longer pieces and things that might not be Braves-related. The other is maybe a more traditional weblog, kind of like Baseball Primer’s Clutch Hits, with links to any Braves-oriented news, commentary, … Continue reading “Call for submissions”
1991 Atlanta Braves Statistics – Baseball-Reference.com I’ve sponsored a couple of new pages, to go along with Glenn Hubbard; this one, and George Lombard. They’ll show up in the next couple of days.
It’s under the links to the right, that’s just how things got arranged here. It’s “Which retired ex-Brave most deserves to be in the Hall of Fame?” The eight candidates are all either currently on the ballot, are long-retired players with some constituency, or are players the Hall lists as appearing on upcoming ballots.
You probably noticed that things look a little different than they used to around here. I have changed my publishing software from Blogger to Movable Type. There are several advantages I won’t go into here, but for now let’s just say it’ll be easier on me. All my recaps and the rest of my writing … Continue reading “Hi folks!”
This is a test. Let’s see what happens.