Atlanta Braves vs. Baltimore Orioles – Box Score – June 13, 2009 – ESPN

I see we’ve reached our “dead bullpen” portion of the season. At least Soriano got a day off. The Braves led 4-2 through six on the strength of a four-run fourth inning, the big blow being a ground-rule double by Jeffy, of all people, against Rich Hill, the Braves-Killer. But Kawakami had thrown a ton of pitches, and was pulled after five. Bennett did a good job in the sixth, and Bobby brought in O’Flaherty to start the seventh. It was his seventh appearance in eleven days, and it showed, as he got only one out and was eventually charged with three runs, getting the loss. At least he’d been consistently effective. Moylan, making his seventh appearance in twelve days, was brought in to try and keep the score tied; by the time he was pulled, it was 8-4. Finally, Acosta, who hasn’t been abused yet, came in to put out the fire.

The Braves really only did anything in the fourth, and Jeffy (who sucks, but did have three hits) was the only one who really hit the ball hard, but they got a couple of walks and a flare single from Canizares and got those runs… Chipper is really struggling right now, and swinging early in the count, and not making good contact. You’d want to rest him, but McCann will sit tomorrow, and…