Wanna know how my day started? Here, I’ll show you: (more…)
Seven years. Two Wild Cards. One National League East championship.
Since 2009 the Atlanta Braves have averaged 92 wins per season. Only the New York Yankees have won more regular season games than the Braves during the same time. (more…)
Let me start by saying I am 100% in favor of getting rid of the rule that each team has to have a representative. (more…)
Pack it up, folks. The 2014 Atlanta Braves are finished, done, nothing to see here.
That is, of course, if you believe (more…)
The thought of October last year made everyone in the state of Georgia sick. (more…)
Well decision time is near in Braves country. Isn’t it funny how things play out? (more…)
Baseball’s toughest division got a whole lot more exciting as the top two teams (Nationals and Braves) made additions. While the Nationals have the better overall ball team, the Braves could be right there with them again in October. The Phillies are still in the mix, but their best shot will be for a Wild Card spot. The Mets have some work to do while the Marlins, well, need some form of a clue. (more…)
As far as the hot stove season in baseball goes, the first few days in December are when things really get going.
Now for those of you who didn’t understand anything I said in the first line welcome to baseball “nerd jargon” 101. For those who know exactly what I’m talking about you’re looking for a tidbit, a nugget, a gem, or a something indicating what your favorite team will and will not do. (more…)
Chipper Jones. Thank you for 19-years, eight All-Star games, the 1999 MVP, the 2008 Batting Title, the 1995 World Series, .303 from the left side, .304 from the right side, and always and forever remaining an Atlanta Brave. Here’s to #10.
Narrated by Sports Illustrated’s Tom Verducci (Source: MLB.com)
It was the perfect backdrop for a day of college football.
Finally, that crisp autumn air was a little “nippier” and it was starting to feel like something special was going to happen. (more…)