Also contains a list of all the other players who have filed so far. Just running down some players the Braves might have an … Finish Reading
No more Shane Reynolds to give up two baserunners an inning? No more Hank White and his sub-pitcher hitting skills? Man, what are we going to complain about?
The Braves … Finish Reading
Note: I made a pretty major screwup with the original article, throwing Horacio Ramirez in the wrong pile because I was reading the wrong player’s information. Thanks to 50poundhead for correcting me. The entry is edited to discuss Ramirez; I … Finish Reading
As things stand right now, the Braves have three spots in the five-man rotation locked in. Russ Ortiz, putative ace, will be back for one more season (I believe the team has an option on his services for 2004). Mike … Finish Reading
Braves players seem to think that the team’s problem is that they don’t bunt and run like the Marlins do. Huh? Leaving aside that the plodding Yankees — who do almost … Finish Reading
It’s easy to say that if he can’t pitch 80 innings out of the pen that he couldn’t survive in the starting rotation. But it’s a different role and requires … Finish Reading
I’m going to break this down into a series of posts, starting with what stares the Braves clearly in the face: What does the team do about its big-ticket free agents? There are four main cogs of the 2002-03 Braves … Finish Reading