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That game really was a perfect microcosm for the entire season in that the only thing to feel after it is frustration. Like so many games this year, that was one the Braves should have won. They led 4-0 in … Finish Reading
There are few disputes about which teams are the best teams and the worst teams of all times, so long as you aren’t that particular about the rankings within those teams. Wins pretty much answer the … Finish Reading
The Braves can only do one thing consistently well, and that is to be the most streakily inconsistent team I’ve ever had the pleasure or misfortune to root for. They are, I think, in the cold light of day, a … Finish Reading
Make it 4-4 since the All Star Break, and still no streak.
The Braves kept their pattern going on Saturday night, following up Friday’s 5-1 loss to the Phillies with a 15-3 win at Citizens Bank Park. Loss-win-loss-win-loss-win-loss-win since the … Finish Reading
The game was never a blowout, but it was pretty obvious very early on where it was going. Once Dansby Swanson grounded out with two runners in scoring position and Max Fried couldn’t command a breaking ball in the first … Finish Reading
The Braves, well…at least the fans, are reaching desperate times. With less than a dozen games left before the trade deadline, panic might begin to spin in the disco. While we all know that the real problem is the bullpen, … Finish Reading