10 For 10’s: The 2014 Atlanta Braves Season (and new 3 Flags Flying Podcast)

Note from Ryan: Brent and I recorded a pop-up podcast discussing the Josh Donaldson signing and where to go from there. Give it a listen, eh? Coming off a 96-73 2013 season with a core, for the most part, in place for a few more years, the 2014 Atlanta Braves looked to be ready to … Continue reading “10 For 10’s: The 2014 Atlanta Braves Season (and new 3 Flags Flying Podcast)”

10 For 10’s: The 2013 Atlanta Braves Season

The 2013 Atlanta Braves won 96 games, on the way to their 2nd NL East divisional title of the decade. The Braves ripped off a 10 game winning streak in April to open the season 12 – 1, and added a 14 game winning streak from July 26th to August 9th. The 96 wins were … Continue reading “10 For 10’s: The 2013 Atlanta Braves Season”

10 For 10’s: The 2010 Atlanta Braves Season

Welcome to Brave Journal’s 10 for 10’s, where for each season of the past decade we relive the thrill of victory: And the agony of defeat: Today’s episode: the 2010 Atlanta Braves Season The decade of the Aughts saw the last of Atlanta’s amazing run of division titles in 2005, and the franchise spent the … Continue reading “10 For 10’s: The 2010 Atlanta Braves Season”

The On-The-Field and Off-The-Field Life of Otis Nixon

“Nixon goes as far as he can go. He caught the ball! He caught the ball! I can’t believe it! What a catch by Otis Nixon!” ~Skip Caray If you’ve been a Braves fan for long enough, you probably remember that call. It was July 25th, 1992, the Braves had won 12 straight, and they … Continue reading “The On-The-Field and Off-The-Field Life of Otis Nixon”