There were three players who were unquestionably good hitters on the 2008 Atlanta Braves. You can live with that, with enough ordinary hitters, but the Braves didn’t have enough of that, plus their three good hitters were:
1. Their 36-year-old …
To be honest, a postmortem was indicated when Hudson went down and the team officially died; the corpse is starting to smell.
Could the 2008 Braves have won the division? Sure. This wasn’t really a 72-win team, not when Hudson …
Finish Reading ESPN – Braves vs. Astros – Box Score – September 28, 2008
Just to add to the disgust, the Braves finished this lost season by losing a game… largely on the strength of a home run by Brad Ausmus. Will …
This is the
fifth year in a row that the Braves’ season has ended against Houston. Personally, I am sick of it, and the stupid train, and the ridiculous left field wall. Blech. George Strait – All My Ex’s Live … Finish Reading ESPN – Braves vs. Astros – Box Score – September 27, 2008
Josh Anderson had hit one homer entering tonight’s game; he hit two, one leading off the game and a two-run homer in the second, tonight. The Braves jumped …
This may be the least watched televised Braves game ever. Is anyone in the state of Georgia watching this?
Anyway, as far as I can tell there are only three candidates for Most Valuable Brave: Chipper, McCa
nn, and … Finish Reading ESPN – Braves vs. Astros – Box Score – September 26, 2008
In the annals of “pathetic ways to lose”, a walkoff homer by Darin Erstad is definitely up there. Not that it matters.
Campillo did not pitch well, and …
SEC Picks for this week, as always
guaranteed to be actual picks. Road teams in crimson. Alabama 28, Georgia 23 Florida 26, Ole Miss 6 Kentucky 40, WKU 12 Texas 70, Arkansas 17 South Carolina 21, UAB 0 LSU … Finish Reading ESPN – Braves vs. Phillies – Box Score – September 24, 2008
Well, that was unexpected.
The Braves took a 2-0 lead in the first, and led 3-1 entering the bottom of the third, but Jo-Jo the Dogfaced Pitcher couldn’t …
If the Phillies win the World Series, Phillies fans will still boo them next year the first time they lose two games in a row. And I’m all right with that.