Last Year through 15 The 2005 are now 7-8 and 2 games back of the division leading Fish and Natspos. The 2004 Division Champs were 8-7 and three games behind a streaking Marlins club. That certainly doesn’t mean that this hasn’t been frustrating. Horacio pitched well, but well hasn’t been enough. The Braves needed excellent … Continue reading “The Sky is Falling!”
Andruw waaaay down in the Braves lineup again Furcal, SS Giles, 2B Jones, 3B Estrada, C LaRoche, 1B Jordan, LF Jones, CF Mondesi, RF Ramirez, P Wilkerson CF Guzman, SS Vidro, 2B Guillen, RF Castilla, 3B Johnson, 1B Davis, LF Schneider, C Day, P
Box Score Well, I guess I fail as a slump buster.
This is only a test This is a Quiz Having been asked to fill in tomorrow, I want to make sure I can do this correctly.
Chip Caray to join dad with Braves Unless they’re looking to have five announcers next year, Don Sutton is probably on his way to LA.
Canadian slugger Larry Walker wouldn’t balk at trade to contender Supposedly, the Braves are one of the teams interest in “left-handed power”. But Larry Walker isn’t going to happen, guys. He makes way too much money and is signed through next season. Leave the injuries aside, it’s just not feasible.
That inning’s the DIPS argument in a nutshell. Hampton’s been getting along all his career allowing way too many walks and not getting enough strikeouts. And with a good defense behind you and if you don’t allow extra base hits, you can do that for awhile. But if you can’t make the bat miss the … Continue reading “See, this is what I mean”
No Pepper — Part of the BravesBeat Network Brad is keeping up with the Braves transactions. I’ve heard about some of them but wasn’t able to find a source… The most interesting, to me, is Dave Nilsson. Nilsson, the former Brewer catcher/first baseman, has been out of American baseball for four years, mostly playing in … Continue reading “Lots of minor leaguers”
ESPN.com: MLB – Herniated disc likely to land Guerrero on DL Means bad news for the Expos. Which means good news for the Braves.
ESPN.com – MLB – Recap – Braves at Astros – 04/30/2003 We own the Astros. Fulton County or the Ted, the Astrodome or that bandbox they’re pretending is a major league ballpark, the Braves have no problems. Mike Hampton was perfect for 3 1/3 before giving up a home run, and combined with Holmes and … Continue reading “Atlanta 11, Houston 1”