ESPN.com – MLB – Recap – Braves at Phillies – 07/20/2002
Ho-hum, another win. 4-3 this time, the Braves (falling back into an old pattern) scoring four early runs and then holding on for dear life. Jason Marquis started, and … Finish Reading
ESPN.com – MLB – Recap – Braves at Phillies – 07/19/2002
The Braves had a pretty typical win last night, scoring four runs, giving up only one, getting decent starting pitching for six innings then turning it over to the … Finish Reading
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JR points out this story about Javy missing his third straight game. The first was a day game after a night game, so okay, you rest him. Then Maddux pitched. But yesterday, another day game after … Finish Reading
Hey, whoever’s reading this at the Sara Lee Corporation, I’d be open to free samples.… Finish Reading
ESPN.com – Recap – Marlins at Braves – 07/18/2002
Today’s game started out the same way as yesterday’s, more or less, with the first four Braves reaching base (yesterday it was the first five) and three runs scoring in the … Finish Reading
ESPN.com – MLB – Recap – Marlins at Braves – 07/17/2002
Now, this is more like it. The Braves beat up on the Marlins, scoring ten runs, while three pitchers combined on a shutout. Greg Maddux was strong (and apparently … Finish Reading
It appears that YACCS is having one of its days. Comments are off and on, mostly off, right now. If it keeps up, I’ll disable them, but I’m hoping it clears up. For now, delays. Feel free to email me, … Finish Reading
Details on the Giles fiasco.
Unlike Giles, infielder Wes Helms (.232, four homers, 13 RBIs in 151 at-bats) doesn’t have minor-league options left, so the Braves couldn’t send him down without exposing him to waivers.
What they don’t … Finish Reading
I’ve been expecting this:
Marcus Giles is not coming back.
Reportedly, the Braves have activated him and assigned him to Richmond. All to keep twelve pitchers, even though there isn’t enough work for all of them and one is Albie … Finish Reading
ESPN.com – MLB – Recap – Braves at Cubs – 07/16/2002
I’ve been resisting writing this, but here goes:
Kevin Millwood is Back.
Kevin went seven innings today (105 pitches), struck out eleven, allowed one walk, two hits, and no … Finish Reading