11:09 am February 24, 2009, by David O'Brien
February 25th, 20097:29 am
ncscoots , hey we could watch it on TV (muted) ,listen to play by play on the radio, and respond on da blog real time. If we could just get BC to get a laptop in the dugout we would have the nations envy for the best hookup. You think that would make DOB smile or what.
February 25th, 20097:51 am
Let’s see, what “page” was I on? 5? 6? Maybe I was on “page” 9…
Leave it to the ajc to screw up the only good thing they have going, the MIB/Braves blog…
Was I on “page” 8?!
February 25th, 20098:01 am
?Quien es mas macho–Carlos Guzman o Inocensio Acevedo?
February 25th, 20098:14 am
N8, my brother told me I gotta watch that new HBO show, Eastbound and Down. Glad to hear you concur that it’s funny as hell. He said the same….
UGA-brave: I agree on the new format. Wish we could go back to the old way, if we can’t get one long continuous scroll here. But you know what? They don’t ask me. I asked if we could go back, and the (non-)answer was no. So we make do. At least we’ve got all the comments up, not limited to 100. Other than that, we’ll just wait and hope they get back to doing the one long scroll, which they stopped after a couple of 1,500-comments-in-a-day blogs brought down not just this one, but slowed all the other blogs at the paper along with it….
Braveheart, couldn’t agree more on Carson Daly. Great mystery, his ongoing employment as a late-night host….
Wayne in Utah
February 25th, 20098:20 am
Too darned hard to scan the blog for specific comments in this “page” format. Is there not some other way???
February 25th, 20098:22 am
Dave – When you write about Anderson’s numbers vs. lefties, you have been emphasizing his 2007 numbers. This approach neglects his overall numbers over the last 3 years, which are quite a bit different than the 2007 results. His slugging percentage vs. lefties is more like .400 when you zoom out and look at a 3-year window. You are cherry picking data to match the conclusion you’d like to present instead of being objective in your analysis. Anderson is a great pick up and I hope he has a great year. Go Braves!
February 25th, 20098:23 am
So what you’re saying is that there are other blogs that actually get hits on the AJC website??
Can’t be much on the sports side besides this one………
February 25th, 20098:25 am
I haven’t been an active participant in the past few days, but it is my sincere hope that GAnderson’s arrival will not diminish Matt Diaz contribution from the right side against lefties.
I think that would be a mistake.
February 25th, 20098:26 am
Chop Chop: Gotta love the Flair video with my man Tony Sciavonne. We’ve still gotta get Tony to come on and take some questions. Tell ya what, when he comes to spring training, I’m gonna seriously try to get him to sit here for a half-hour and answer some questions. He’s a good dude, usually comes down once in the middle of spring training to get some sound for radio shows….
This is like blogging in a phone book. For those of you who remember what a phone book was.
February 25th, 20098:32 am
Pagination on the blog would be OK if the pages were longer. Having only 30 or 40 posts per page makes it very hard to follow a thread and the “finder” will only “find” on the page that one is on. If the pages were 150 posts long we would have only 3 or 4 pages to look through as a rule. On the old blog, if I had been away for a while, I would always begin by putting David O’B into the find box and then work around the blog from there. I hope that the AJC does not think that they have fixed this and are not going to improve it.
There is a “tell us what you think about the site” box at the bottom of the page, we should do that often, eventually the message will get through.
February 25th, 20098:33 am
Not sure if it was mentioned on here but I haven’t had the time to vet out the previous 12 pages of the blog, anyway Verducci has a good article on SI.com about the underappreciated slugger during the steroid era – Carlos Delgado. I’m not bringing it up because he’s a Met now. As a matter of fact most of what he writes is about when he was in Toronto. It’s just a positive piece about the steroid era that I think most of us can use. It shows how Delgado’s numbers fit into what was considered a slugger before steroids but was lost when all the juicers upped the ante. Interesting take imo.
February 25th, 20098:35 am
Pagination using these short pages makes negotiating this site very awkward. Either go back to a single page or make the pages capable of holding 200 comments.
February 25th, 20098:36 am
I the only one that when I hear WBC that I’m thinking ‘Please don’t let any Braves get hurt’. Shouldn’t be that way. I think the timing of the WBC is terrible.
February 25th, 20098:37 am
Good morning Bravo fans around the world…the day is upon is to see we are looking DOB Im looking forward to hearing your on hand insight to our team beacause I actually trust your opinion haha. I say Jur gives up 2 hits with 1 K and 0 ER.
February 25th, 20098:38 am
DOB, I just read that Hanson’s first spring start is going to be March 3rd… if this is true, does that mean he’ll be in line to make an appearance at the home game on the 8th against the Phillies… I’ll be there and that would totally make my day.
There is a “tell us what you think about the site” box at the bottom of the page, we should do that often, eventually the message will get through. (Steve McP)
I’m guessing that box gets the same attention Micheal on “The Office” gave the suggestion box.
February 25th, 20098:39 am
dylan: Your 12:05 post is the dumbest thing I’ve read all day. Congratulations.
February 25th, 20098:41 am
Very true Anders, but it is healthy to vent, even if into an empty space
February 25th, 20098:44 am
Does anyone know if ESPN, or MLB.com has play-by-play for these exhibition games or at least box score as the game goes on? I can’t remember from last year. I want to follow while games go on. Thanks in advance.
February 25th, 20098:51 am
i believe mlb.com does carry spring training games
Question – If Andruw decides to opt of of his Rangers deal by March 20th, does he then become a free agent again?
If the Rangers out right release him, does he have to clear waivers, and at that point can any team pick him up and make him start in the minors?
February 25th, 20098:52 am
I don’t think they had play-by-play for exhibition games last year. Probably won’t this year either. I just signed up for Game Day Audio.
February 25th, 20098:56 am
mlb.com has Audio today
February 25th, 20098:58 am
DOB – Sciavonne is still slated to be the play-by-play get for AAA, correct?
Does anyone know what stations/stations will be doing the radio broadcasts for the Gwinnett Braves?
February 25th, 20098:59 am
Why do Terrance, and Furman even write blogs? They rarely respond anyway so wouldn’t it make sense to have them just go back and write ‘articles’. That way DOB can have their server space since he actually cares and interacts with his denizens!
February 25th, 20099:00 am
Since it is obvious that Heyward is not going to make the roster this year, does anybody know where he will start out the season? AA perhaps and then AAA by middle of the season?
February 25th, 20099:03 am
Ha! Anders (Newman) – I used my 8:59am post as feedback in the suggestion box. Should be fixed in no time.
February 25th, 20099:04 am
Dorothy Gale From KS….,if you are still around I think you have me confused with another blogger on the Ohman thing. Come to think of it though seeing as how we paid more for Glavine than it would take to get Ohman, well, not sure that makes any sense.
Frankly, don’t really give a rats arse how sick you are of me saying the Braves should not have signed Glavine. This is America and a freakin blog man (albeit a great one). It’s my opinion dude if you don’t like it run to auntie M. I’m not the only one here with that opinion but you single me out to get pissed at because you are sick of hearing about it.
Like I said I will be the first to admit I am wrong if Glavine is still around at say the break. Hell, I hope he wins 20 games. I remain of the opinion he is not our best option at #5.
Rock on……oops, meant Frank From KS (from a few pages back as I recall)
mlb.com audio has today’s game with the Tigers broadcast team. Here is the link: http://mlb.mlb.com/mediacenter/#20090225
So no boxscore with inning by innings updates either for exhibition games? Only audio ?
February 25th, 20099:05 am
The old format was best for me to keep up with everyone. Good job DOB.
February 25th, 20099:06 am
Ease 19 – Your 8:59 post is one of the main reasons I come here. Terrance and Furman are more the norm. DOB is the exception.
February 25th, 20099:08 am
Ease I would think Heyward starts in double A…but they might let him stay with Hanson and Schaefer in AAA but who knows…
Was there not some obnoxious poster claiming to be a “usability expert” and vowing to make to make the Wordpress blogs a “great experience”, LOL? I guess he made good on the threat.
On the other hand, I actually am a software architect, and I wouldn’t think of telling the AJC geeks how to run their shop. I’m sure they are aware that there is still some work to be done to provide a “fabulous user experience”, but there’s no magic wand to wave to make it happen. Takes actual work, which takes actual time. Bloggers should keep providing feedback and suggestions (BTW, the ones that get read probably don’t have “sucks” in the content), and we’ll see what happens from there.
February 25th, 20099:09 am
I would agree with Anders as well…I do a lot of the GT blogs throughout and DOB is pretty much the rare exception
February 25th, 20099:10 am
My line up….
J.Anderson – If Bobby turns him loose, I’m predicting atleast 40 SBs
Escobar – With Anderson’s speed, the DP ball shouldn’t be as big a problem
Johnson – Hit 330 in this spot last year and has a good eye and some pop
C.Jones – Our best hitter, period.
McCann – 2nd best hitter. Should be good protection for Chipper
Francoeur – *Crosses Fingers*
Anderson/Diaz – Anderson isn’t a 3 or 4 hole hitter any more.
Kotchman – Doesn’t stike out much, so should be good to turn the line up over.
February 25th, 20099:12 am
Speaking of Tony Sciavonne, I’d like to ask him what was going through his mind at Bash At The Beach 1996. The day wrestling changed as far as I’m concerned. I still remember his words….
“Hulk Hogan, You can go to he**, straight to he**”
Last night I pulled out one of my Flair DVDs (the newer one I believe, not the Ultimate Collection) and it reminded me how much I crave and miss the old days. I mean I’m not ragging on today’s stuff, because there’s still stuff I like on today’s, but back then, I loved every minute.
As far as baseball and Braves are concerned….
Any idea on the pitching tomorrow’s game against Astros bullpen wise? I know starters are tentatively Campillo/Hanson, but do you have any idea on bullpen? I wanna see what either Logan or O’Flaherty has to offer, as well as some of the NRI pitchers.
Run Heap Run
February 25th, 20099:13 am
DOB, is Chipper not playing in any of the st games before leaving for the WBC? My aunts are going to Thursday’s game and are going to be so disappointed if he’s not playing or even there.
February 25th, 20099:17 am
N8, you’re right, I saw the first show, missed this weeks. But it is just hilarious, its pretty crude but I was laughing the entire show.
18 Wheels of Love
February 25th, 20099:18 am
“Lemme tell you sumpin’ Tony Sciavonne!”
Most statistical analysis suggests that Anderson is not underrated, he is overrated. His lack of walks, limited power, and low OPS suggests that this guy’s ONLY value is batting average. He does nothing for the outfield’s abysmal lack of power. His low number of strikeouts–big deal, so what? Reggie Jackson and Mickey Mantle both struck out a lot–I would rather have either of them over this guy. I would rather have had Griffey to platoon against righties. Having said that, given that the Braves aren’t spending much, he is an ok pickup and probably improves the team marginally. But this is not a good lineup other than Chipper, McCann, and Escobar and it will again struggle to score runs.
Suggestion Box Committee
February 25th, 20099:19 am
Dear Mr Ease 19,
First of all thank you for your suggestion as it’s the first we’ve ever received, we just thought the darn box was broken like everything else on this new blog. After much thought and debate by the committee we agree that more server space allotted to Mr. O’Brien would serve the greater good for all Braves fans. However, in fairness to allowing for opposing opinions we feel it’s appropriate that we continue to allow our other staff members to have a forum for differing opinions. Should Mr. O’Brien show a more understanding and more flexibility in his views and be more accepting of the opinions of those he may not necessarily agree with by let’s say, oh I don’t know maybe a certain Met’s fan (wink, wink) then we will reconsider your request to increase his server space.
February 25th, 20099:20 am
ESPN definitely did NOT have play by play online on the ST games last year. I think they have a hard time keeping up with all the different players. Sometimes you could get lucky with up to date scores but very seldomly.
Thanks DOB on the Super 2 arbitration elgible players. I was taking into mind that all things stay the same with 5 very good starters who we are paying considerable amounts of money now and nobody gets injured seriously.
On the wrestling front, you dont get any better than the early interviews with Rick Flair and a beauty under each arm. Jet flyin’, Rolex wearin’, limo ridin’ SON OF A GUN. WOOOOOO!!!!!! but then raslin got a little bad when the WCW was combined in the WWE. The Rock did it right though.
Oh, wikipedia Tony Sciavonne http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Schiavone, sounded like Mean Gene didnt care for him too much. What’s that all about? I thought Mean Gene liked about everyone.
February 25th, 20099:23 am
how did you know i put sucks in my comment?
ease19 you wrote:
The answer there is, yes.
He doesn’t have to clear waivers since he is not on the 40 man roster. And yes, if they release him, he is free to sign with anyone, and a team can make any deal with him, including having him play in the minors . . . if (big if )that is what he agrees to with the team upon signing.
February 25th, 20099:26 am
Dadgum, I’m with you on the Glavine signing. They’re paying a lot of money for Tom to pitch BP to the rest of the National League.
When does the wrasslin board open back up?
February 25th, 20099:30 am
WDUN 550AM out of Gainesville,Ga. and possibly MAJC 102.9FM will be carrying Gwinnett Braves games. There maybe other FM ststions.
February 25th, 20099:31 am
On MLBN the two games will be Giants/Indians and later tonight will be Red Sox/Twins. I’ll definitely be watching those, even though I don’t care for the first game.
February 25th, 20099:36 am
Dylan… Thanks I really needed that. Dave did you mean that Anderson is ‘in’ the building?
February 25th, 20099:38 am
Hey, Thanks Suggestion Box (wow it really works!) although that was not what was sent to my email. However if I might add, said Mets fan is actually quite tolerated (too strong a word?) here whereas a Braves fan on a Mets blog might fear for his life!
February 25th, 20099:39 am
Thanks, I had my thinking cap on this morning and was just curious…been bugging me for awhile.
February 25th, 20099:42 am
I think Anders is actually a closet Braves fan. It’s OK Anders, modern society is very accepting and you can proclaim your preference for the Braves these days without fear of discrimination.
February 25th, 20099:43 am
Ease 19 – Touche.
February 25th, 20099:45 am
Mark Schneider, I don’t get your post. For an outfield that hit, what, 26 hr’s ALL YEAR last year, adding a bat (Anderson) that hit 18 and drove in 93 only improves the team marginally? Because of his low walks and ops? C’mon- the dude hit .293!
I’m not sure if Anderson will be the difference in the National League East or not, but I’m glad to have him, and he at least negates Philly signing Ibanez and the Mets signing…
Oh, that’s right- the Mets really didn’t sign anybody. Or improve. At ALL. My bad.
What do Sheehan, Peter Gammons, Kurkjian, Dayn Perry, KC, Dadgum, Myself, Ten Paul and every other Denizen on this blog have in common? None of us really have a clue what will happen this year with anyone. That’s why they just go ahead and play the games. Perspective y’all, perspective. To quote the old improv group Firesign Theater-”We’re ALL Bozos on this bus”. There’s also one about opinions and certain body parts…….
BravesFanSince Birth-So Kelly works the count well, gets on base and would be a good number two hitter-Really? Seems to me that he is a terrible two strike hitter (his two full seasons resulted in 117K and 113K). He is way too patient at the top of the order and takes two strikes tooo often, hence strikeouts. He needs to hit down in the order where his natural aggressiveness allows him to swing at those early strikes. THAT is what lead to his extremely hot streak late in the season-NOT having to take pitches he would be better off swinging at.
I mentioned this last night, but with the new format….Tommy Hanson was on the front of the sports page last night here in Central Vermont with a comment that the Braves had already found their new Smoltz.
February 25th, 20099:49 am
That’s a BOLD statement, my friend!
February 25th, 20099:53 am
Hey would anyone be interested in a fantasy Keeper League?
To all of y’all who think the Glavine signing was bad and costs too much-????????? If he starts out terribly and it’s apparent he’s as bad as y’all think he will be, he will not remain on the roster and will cost all of $1 mil. Not too sure that extra mil would have made any difference picking up someone other than who we ended up with and there are plenty of options to replace Glavine, so I fail to see what the problem is-though I’m sure someone will inform me of the error of my ways and how my logic is faulty or non-existent.
February 25th, 20099:56 am
“Gotta love the Flair video with my man Tony Sciavonne.”
Sciavonne? I’d love to get his take on the collapse of WCW. Bishoff was running the show, that’s why, but I’d love to get his take nonetheless. Not sure if he would comment on that though. Favorite wrestlers of all time: Bret Hart, Sting, Chris Benoit, Austin, The Rock, Siv Vicious, Vader, The Great Muta, Rick Rude, Flair, Shawn Michaels, the list goes on and on. Good stuff, didn’t know that there was any other wrestling fans here.
February 25th, 20099:58 am
count me in for a keeper league
February 25th, 20099:59 am
I mentioned this last night, but with the new format….Tommy Hanson was on the front of the sports page last night here in Central Vermont with a comment that the Braves had already found their new Smoltz (Lew 9:45)
I’m guessing the Montpelier luge team had the day off?
not in this case Lew. thats a fair assessment.
February 25th, 200910:02 am
ncscoots If Brian McCann can hit .273 one year, Jair Jurrjens can have an off-year, too.
Actually, it was .270, but who’s counting?
BA @ 7:51, at the bottom of page 12–
February 25th, 200910:03 am
Lew – What does Glavine cost if he starts out ok but then fades after say June? Not an impossible thought.
February 25th, 200910:04 am
The concern with Glavine is that Bobby we let keep pitching even after he gets off to a bad start.
February 25th, 200910:05 am
“Bobby will let him” sorry
February 25th, 200910:06 am
What time is first pitch today?
February 25th, 200910:07 am
Oh, that’s right- the Mets really didn’t sign anybody. Or improve. At ALL. My bad – (BA)
What? I hope you just mean as it relates to the outfield. You have heard of K-Rod and Putz – right?
February 25th, 200910:08 am
Anyone know if this will be on mlbtv?
February 25th, 200910:12 am
MooseKnuckle-What’s a fair assessment?
Anders-If that happens then he cost them $2-3 million and we still have Hanson, Morton, Reyes, et al to take his place. AND you’ll be happy. As for the Hanson story-it likely pre-empted a Red Sox story or something about local high school hockey. Strange though-they never have ANYTHING in there about the Mets. I could buy Mets’ peanuts if I wanted them, though-unless I, like most New Yorkers, would prefer Yankee peanuts.
Nice day for Jurrjens to make his vengeance start against the team that spurned him…
OK, so it’s not that big a deal. But it is a BEAUTIFUL day here in Lakeland.
February 25th, 200910:13 am
McFann, that just shows I’m getting a little older. What was once awe-inspiring memory retention is now mere shadowy recollection, LOL. A steel-trap mind gone mousetrap, I’m afraid.
I’m going to set one up on yahoo. If you guys are interested i’m going to set it up and post the settings here. It’ll be a live draft.
February 25th, 200910:16 am
David, are you going to be at the Game and live blogging?
February 25th, 200910:18 am
Yeah, I meant the outfield, Anders- where superstars Ryan Church and Fernando Tatis are expected to lift the Wilpons out of despair. Not the bullpen. How much better is K-Rod than Wagner anyway? It’ll take more than two relievers to end the Mutts dynasty of futility.
-Right on, McFann- but for the record, I’ll take 18 hr’s and 92 rbi from my catcher every single year, .270 or not.
February 25th, 200910:19 am
Somebody wrote that Hanson was making his first start March 3rd, I thought we were going to see him tomorrow?
February 25th, 200910:20 am
Lew – your take on glavine-sorry
February 25th, 200910:25 am
Anders – Although KRod and Putz are a very formidable duo, they are both right-handers coming out of the bullpen and the Braves line-up is pretty stacked against righties…But do you think that your starters are going to pitch 7 innings each time out? Nothing really in between that should scare anybody.
Trent : keeper league would definitely be interesting.
I think anderson is going to be an upgrade, but I still worry about being overly lefty. the division just has too many tough on lefty pitchers to deal with. I think they are much improved over last year but center field / a righty power hitter / lead off guy still concern me. anderson can fill two of those but then you gotta shed a lefty somewhere to pick up a power righty. Maybe the cubs would take soriano and kotchman for Derrick Lee ? ( dreaming I know )
February 25th, 200910:27 am
DWW His first START is March 3rd, he is pitching in relief tomorrow.
February 25th, 200910:28 am
How does Coach Glavine sound? (AAA)
February 25th, 200910:29 am
Anybody read this story in the AJC this morning:
Topless cafe in Maine gives neighbors the jitters
Maybe I should start drinking coffee?
February 25th, 200910:30 am
Is GA going to start today?
February 25th, 200910:31 am
We’ve now had a few days’ experience with the pagination, and I’d like to make the following suggestions:
increase the number of comments per page from 50 to 100 (or more, if possible); I’d expect 100 to be doable, since that was the previous limit on comments per page immediately prior to pagination;
put the “Page Selection” bar at both the bottom AND the top of each page;
allow the “Search this blog” tool to look at ALL blog pages, not just the one currently open;
provide links to individual comments (like prior to going to WordPress) to make it easier for us to reference comments from previous pages.
Allso, I tried to do an Advanced Google search for DOB’s current blog (”G. Anderson: New Brave, etc”) specifying the following site or domain to search within:
[The URL in the address bar above, but ending]/g-anderson-new-brave-quiet-underrated/
I was hoping that it would search in all the blog’s pages (eg, [The URL in the address bar above, but ending]/g-anderson-new-brave-quiet-underrated/comment-page-14/#comments; . . . /comment-page-13/#comments; . . . /comment-page-12/#comments; etc).
It did not work — would y’all know why, and perhaps be able (and willing) to enable such Advanced Google searches?
PS: When I submitted the comment above to the “Geeks” page linked in “Gentlemen”, it responded by saying “Your comment is awaiting moderation”, probably because I fully wrote out the domain I searched in Google.
That’s why I went shorthand in this version above.
Thanks, i was gonna be mad if he didnt pitch the espn game.
What is a keeper league?
February 25th, 200910:34 am
Do we get any extra points by going back and reading the old blogs?
February 25th, 200910:35 am
DWW, I hear ya, I am excited as ever about the game being on ESPN. I cannot wait till tomorrow so I can see our Bravos play and see Tommy Hanson pitch. ITS GONNA BE AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!
February 25th, 200910:36 am
I just cant get over the fact that spring training games actually start TODAY!!!!! How wonderful is that?!
February 25th, 200910:41 am
A keeper league is where you have an initial draft of players. You play a season and then you either get to keep your entire team or keep say 5 players from your previous team and have another draft. It’s a fantasy league but with alittle more strategy because you’re not only drafting for this year but the next year or two.
February 25th, 200910:43 am
Coming up with a lineup for this team before seeing the spring games is tough. Here’s my best shot. I don’t have Diaz in it b/c I think Garrett Anderson will play a fair amount against lefties, taking away many ABs from Diaz.
BA- do the math on Church’s numbers last year with 280 less at bats than Frenchy. As for Tatis, it looks like Manuel is giving Murphy a full time shot in left. We’ll see. But when you add Beltran’s numbers to the mix I’m thinking the Mets will fare quite well against the Braves outfield. Even with the addition of the aging Andersen.
As for K-Rod. Well the Mets bullpen issues have been well documented. At this point in their careers he appears to be a substantial upgrade over Wagner who I don’t believe ever got 50 saves never mind 60+ . Putz is a substantial upgrade over Heilman. That leaves Feliciano who is very effective against lefties when he’s not called on 5 times a week and Sanchez who is coming into his second season after surgery and they picked up Reed from Seattle too. Not sure they could have done much more short of having the Yanks send Mariano over.
Ease 19 – As for K-Rod and Putz against lefties, I’m thinking K-Rod came across his share of lefties last year on his way to 63 saves and Putz did as well when he closed. The fact that someone is an effective closer inherently means they can handle guys from both sides of the plate.
February 25th, 200910:47 am
headed down to the field. I’ll post a new blog as soon as I get back. It’s almost done, just gotta check one thing
February 25th, 200910:49 am
Anyone see a lineup posted anywheres?
Kelly Johnson should never hit below Jeff Francouer against RH pitching.
February 25th, 200910:50 am
Anders – I am not going to argue the point that KRod is a formidable closer, and not really being a numbers guy, I do have to say that the righty/lefty matchup that managers strive for late in games lies heavily in the Braves favor…Again, not disputing that KRod is a beast, just saying…
February 25th, 200910:53 am
That’s OK. I had to check it again just to be sure. Sometimes I get his rookie AVG and ’07’s AVG mixed up–both being in the .270’s. His rookie average was .278, just for the record.
I’d take that, too…but don’t quote me as saying that about the home runs. Being a chick, I do kinda dig that long ball.
Actually, doubles are my favorite. So gimme 40 doubles, and I’ll take the 18 homers.
February 25th, 200910:54 am
I just heard on FOX News that the San Fran Chronicle is shutting down.
February 25th, 200910:56 am
You keep mentioning that KJ is a terrible 2 strike hitter so I looked it up. You’re right. Every strikeout that KJ has had in the majors came with 2 strikes. Never with 1 or none.
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