1:54 pm April 12, 2009, by David O'Brien
April 12th, 20097:40 pm
Steve from OH, where do you find the minor league stats?
BaseballCube.com and MiLB.com are also great sites for minor league stats
April 12th, 20097:41 pm
Baseball America is where I go for my minor league stats.
April 12th, 20097:49 pm
Anders isn’t a troll. I find him pretty clever and entertaining
of course he’s a troll, just not a nasty one. he “trolls” another board looking for attention and he does it only when the Mets are hot or the Braves are not. That’s the definition of a troll youngin’. Got you fooled. Well where is he?
April 12th, 20097:54 pm
Baseball America is where I go for my minor league stats CHOPCHOP
yeah I use it too but since I’ve always had a membership I wasn’t sure if it can be accessed without the fee
April 12th, 20097:58 pm
Yabba-dabba-doo!! Nice series, Bravos!!
And we were in the car listening on the radio when BMac stole his base! Haha! That was great! I saw the replay on Braves Live! when my Grandma and I turned on the TV to see if the game was over and who won. (The game had just ended and they were interviewing BMac, but I couldn’t hear it very good.) Ah, yeah! He’s got some base-running skills! I’d say he’s the team expert in steals, if you know what I mean…
This series against the Marlins oughta be a good one–battle for first! Dangit, though, if only those Mets woulda won…did I seriously just type that?
Wish they didn’t have that day off tomorrow. I wanna watch some baseball!!
April 12th, 20098:02 pm
Great series for the Bravos. Nice clutch hitting, especially today. Bullpen been pretty good last two games. Way to get double pits to chesty with it, boys!
April 12th, 20098:06 pm
My God please stop saying double pits to chesty. That is so wack.
April 12th, 20098:07 pm
I hate to sound like this considering how early it is in the season and how little opportunity he has had to show us something, but why again did we sign Garrett Anderson? Not only are Matt Diaz’s numbers outperforming him, but he actually looks good, yes GOOD. Even when he comes back from the calf injury, I really see no point in having him as more than a 4th OF until Diaz starts to slump. Just as he was in Los Angeles last year, he may be someone that is just money spent being that he doesn’t have a great value and is probably going to be completely untradeable if Frank Wren were to deem it neccesary (I’m not suggesting we trade him)
DOB brought up earlier in the blog that you shouldn’t fix something that isn’t broken when talking about the leadoff spot, and this seems like another case of it to me. And hey, the Braves will continue to have the best bench in baseball.
April 12th, 20098:10 pm
MariettaDerek – You are as bad aa the Goo Goo baby. Once you get an idea something is childishly funny, you wear it out.
April 12th, 20098:11 pm
Boy, what a perfect day at the Ted. Great weather and an even better performance from our Bravos. After all the heat Frank Wren took during the off-season, he should be commended for filling all of our holes (rotation, LF) with very good players. Frenchy also deserves some credit for his clutch hitting. I’m curious to see who pitches next Saturday if Glavine can’t make the start. Charlie Morton may have earned that position with his excellent performance in AAA.
April 12th, 20098:14 pm
Goldenglove002, Having depth in the outfield is an enviable position. I’d rather have 2 quality leftfielders than what we had last year. The position was broke last year, thus Wren fixed it by trading for G. Anderson. The situation actually works out quite well since they can platoon and one player can fill-in if the other is injured.
April 12th, 20098:17 pm
Smyrna Not Jim (7:20 pm): “What kind of idiot types mell when he means well?”
A vertical dyslexic?
April 12th, 20098:19 pm
Goldenglove002, Having depth in the outfield is an enviable position. I’d rather have 2 quality leftfielders than what we had last year. The position was broke last year, thus Wren fixed it by trading for G. Anderson. The situation actually works out quite well since they can platoon and one player can fill-in if the other is injured. -Fred
Yes, I agree very much and love that the team is in a position where I’m even thinking about something like that. Just pointing out that I view Diaz as the guy who should be considered at the top of the depth chart.
April 12th, 20098:21 pm
DOB – congrats on the off day tomorrow. Are you going to be back Wednesday and Thursday when I am going to be fortunate enough to be in town and go to a game? It will be different watching in person. Usually I watch the game and
April 12th, 20098:22 pm
usually I watch the game and intermittently check back here
April 12th, 20098:24 pm
Jeff Francoeur tripled twice and scored both times as the Braves beat the Nationals 8-5 on Sunday.
He also recorded an RBI on one of the triples. There was an obnoxious number of articles talking about Francoeur’s rededication and work ethic in trying to return to being a passable regular this off-season, but that he’s batting .240 with one walk through six games still shouldn’t be a surprise.
April 12th, 20098:25 pm
spotts (7:30 pm): “Anders isn’t a troll. I find him pretty clever and entertaining.”
Usage Note: “Hear, hear!!!” denotes agreement and affirmation, whereas “Here, here!!!” connotes disagreement and chiding. (Make a note of it.)
April 12th, 20098:30 pm
MariettaDerek pipes Unilever execs in various bathrooms across Atlanta for meth cash. Hence his obsession with a product marketed to horny teenagers and frat guys in between roofie shipments.
April 12th, 20098:33 pm
BTW–I think I’ve got myself a new baseball motto (not that I had an old one):
“Thou shalt not steal. I mean defense. On offense, indeed thou shall steal, and thou must.” –Branch Rickey, Dodgers GM 1943-50
Or maybe that cann be BMac’s new baseball motto…
April 12th, 20098:34 pm
Watch the ladies at the table on the right.
April 12th, 20098:35 pm
Gosh dern it! That’s not all s’posed to be italicized!
Blaine Boyer is a tub of Goo
April 12th, 20098:36 pm
Goo goo! Where is the goo? Seen the goo? Not pitching.
Boo the goo!
April 12th, 20098:37 pm
Not very double pits to chesty.
April 12th, 20098:39 pm
Why did I make may first typo (and be stupid enough to call myself on it) when nothing else is going on. It makes me regret my usual perfection.
April 12th, 20098:40 pm
Marietta ‘bathroom’ Derek
I dare you to go to a Braves home game with a poster and/or T-shirt with that stupid phrase scrawled across them… See how many people from this blog punch you in the face or kick you in the nuts.
April 12th, 20098:43 pm
Thanks for the response. You’re probably right – I hadn’t considered that 40 man roster or regular rest issue.
Although I hope you’re wrong….
Wayne in Utah
April 12th, 20098:46 pm
Hope you had a nice Easter with your family. Since my youngest is almost 17, it’s different than it used to be. No “hunts” anymore. I miss those days, and can’t wait until the boys give me some grands.
Good start to the season, heh! I think DOB is probably right on not seeing Hanson this early due to the roster ramifications. Morton might be on decent rest for a Saturday start.
Here’s a big problem. What if all the righties (Lowe, JJ, KK, JV) all have good years with no injury issues, and either JoJo or Morton (Motrin would be a good nickman??) come up and excel. No room for Hanson. I guess he might have to come up later and be our Price/Chamberlain.
Nice problem to have.
April 12th, 20098:47 pm
Listen, Smyrna Jim, if you think you won the “idiot of the day award”, forget it. I’ll admit, as typos go, that one was far fetched. However, with nothing alcoholic in me, I proceeded to make a pot of coffee. Just before I placed the pot in the “Yankee Clipper”, I decided to wipe off the heating plate. After I got it nice and clean, I left the kitchen, without replacing the damn pot. By the time I went back in, the cycle was completed. It took me about 30 minutes to clean everything up. So, as you can see, that award is mine!
April 12th, 20098:48 pm
If we could change our Phillies – Nationals winning percentage from last year’s .234 to the current .833, and keeping the rest of the schedule equal, we would end up 92 – 70. Looking at it another way, we’d have to go 5 – 25 against those two teams to end up with the same miserable record against them as last year.
Some Blogs, I Tell You What
Moylan (baritone): G’dye, doc — let ‘er rip!
Moylan’s Moyl: Oops.
Moylan (soprano): No worries, mate — only a flesh wound.
April 12th, 20098:50 pm
Goldenglove002, It’s hard to disagree with your assessment of the LF situation with Diaz playing so well and Anderson nursing his nagging calf injury. I really like Diaz and I wish he didn’t get hurt last year. I guess we will see how it all plays out.
April 12th, 20098:51 pm
Thanks, Tom O – that makes me feel better about the melted butter I cleaned from the inside of my microwave a couple of hours ago after over-heating (my last post was meant to show that I still maintain some of my natural mathematical proclivity).
April 12th, 20098:52 pm
One point I’d like to make about the start to the season. Sure, starting out 5-1 (should be 6-0), is very nice. Not complaining one bit. Obviously still have my concerns on a few things, but…
What I take note of, is how we handled the Nats. They came in “down” from a 0-3 start, and we kicked them in the gut while they were down.
Last year, I’m not sure this team was capable of doing that.
Maybe over the long haul of the season, NOT having a huge bat in LF will come back to bite us from time to time. But the fact that we’re scoring runs like we are, and have had ZERO contribution from Garret, tells me that many of us we’re right all along. This team didn’t need a big bat added in LF to score runs. Just need Chipper and McCann to stay healthy, and Francoeur to offer ANYTHING at the plate, and we’d be fine.
It’s early, but this lineup looks to be one that can put runs together in a hurry. No real “easy outs” anywhere, other than Jeff if he falls to his old tricks. I’ll take that over a couple of mashers in the middle of the lineup and nothing else around it.
Nobody should be surprised by this. We scored more runs AFTER Tex was traded, and that was with minimal contribution from Kotchman. Scoring runs will NOT be our main area of concern this year, even if Garret Anderson does little to nothing for us.
April 12th, 20098:53 pm
Some Blogs, I Tell You What, Great entry at 8:48. Maybe that’s why Moylan struggled in his first couple of appearances this year. I didn’t realize Dr. James Andrews moonlites as a moyel, given all of the business the Braves sent his way last year.
April 12th, 20098:57 pm
April 12th, 20098:58 pm
Thanks, Wayne! It was nice. Hope you and yours had a good one, too!
Yeah, we don’t do egg hunts anymore, either. I kinda miss that–after finding all the eggs, we’d sit out on the grass and trade stuff…ahh! The memories!
Great start to the season for sure! I’ve about had it with all these off-days, though.
April 12th, 20099:01 pm
Being that Lowe only pitched 3 innings on Friday, do you think Bobby will have him start on Tuesday?
Smyrna Jim, it is my opinion that you have redeemed yourself.
April 12th, 20099:04 pm
My wife just farted……gross!
April 12th, 20099:05 pm
Usage Note: “Hear, hear!!!” denotes agreement and affirmation, whereas “Here, here!!!” connotes disagreement and chiding. (Make a note of it -Random
“Beer, Beer!” connotes thirst.
(seriously, good info, though. I’ve often wondered about “hear hear.”)
Also, “connote” both denotes and denotates “connotate,” but “denotate” does not connotate nor connote “denote.” (True story, is it not?)
No, Lowe will not start on Tuesday.
Bobby will keep the regular rotation.
April 12th, 20099:09 pm
Tom, I’m sure Bobby will have all the pitchers on their regularly scheduled appearences. Lowe wasn’t on the normal rest he would have seen had this team been a normal 5 man rotation at the moment plus the fact that he came in to start his 2nd game before Kawakami made his first.
Speaking of Kawakami, I just want to mention that I was at the game last night and Kawakami has me very excited about this rotation now. He seemed very professional in his pitching, getting outs when it mattered and recoverering greatly after making a few mistakes. And nothing bad about 8 K’s either. Maybe he should have been given the opportunity to open the home season.
April 12th, 20099:10 pm
I wish I could figure out what Bubdylan just said. I bet it was funny.
April 12th, 20099:12 pm
“Here, Here” usually denotes that my dog won’t come back
April 12th, 20099:13 pm
“Anders isn’t a troll.” spotts.
I have seen a security hologram of him… killing younglings.
lol, Steve McP (9:12)
April 12th, 20099:14 pm
Yeah, after KK settled down, he looked unhittable.
Bub, that made my head want to detonate.
April 12th, 20099:18 pm
“Bub, that made my head want to detonate.” -Mitchie-san
Sorry, friend. I guess too much denotation detonates de note hate.
April 12th, 20099:23 pm
Double pits to chesty?
I’m starting to lose my faith in this blog. I am questioning everything I’ve ever known about this place on the web.
Does David O’Brien even really exist?
April 12th, 20099:24 pm
Its weird……….Im in the 1st place PH and I dont see any muts nor phillucks here…… they must have given them a place near the cellar.
How sweet it is to sweep…………it feels like a decade since our last sweep and we could have had 2 of them already………go figure.
April 12th, 20099:27 pm
Have to disagree with the earlier assessment of the left field situation: Matt Diaz is not an everyday player–the guy can’t field and doesn’t hit for enough power or RBIs to be a regular left fielder. Anderson is going to be hurt off and on all season because of his age and the fact that he hasn’t played in the field regularly for a while. He’s just not going to hold up in the field over a whole season. Once the Braves are satisfied that Schafer’s going to hold his own with the bat (his first week has certainly been pretty good, eh?) I think they should bring Brandon Jones up and see what he can do. The guy was great during spring training…
Poor Santana…………1-1 and tied for 2nd with his friend Hamels.
April 12th, 20099:29 pm
Bubdylan (9:05 pm): “Also, “connote” both denotes and denotates “connotate,” but “denotate” does not connotate nor connote “denote.” (True story, is it not?)”
Dunno ’bout all that — I used “denote” for “hear, hear” ’cause the meaning is more literal — “Listen to this guy, he knows what he’s talking about”, and “connote” for “here, here” ’cause the meaning is not so clear.
(And I may be wrong about the latter — I just googled the two, which of course I shoulda done before spouting off, and the documentation is sketchy.)
Texas Braves Fan
I think only people who work at the AJC can see him.
If you don’t work for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, you must stand in front of a mirror and chant loudly three times: “Johnny Cash” and DOB appears.
April 12th, 20099:32 pm
Suppan is busy walking in runs in the Cubs-Brewers game…
Though Diaz makes routine plays an adventure, have to admit he’s far from the worst fielding left fielder I’ve ever seen (of those who had a long career.) The worst ever in left for my money was Greg Luzinski of those 70s Phillies teams…
April 12th, 20099:37 pm
Random, I always spout first, then google, then claim there’s been some misunderstanding…
April 12th, 20099:38 pm
Adam Dunn makes Matt Diaz look like a gold glover.
April 12th, 20099:42 pm
Brewers having a little trouble walking in runs with the bases loaded. Hmmm… sounds familiar.
April 12th, 20099:45 pm
I was just thinking about the Braves pitching surplus (Specifically that Frank Wren is probably taking a good look at the Angels at the moment). We talk about how many pitchers the Braves had who are close to and or MLB ready, but where do we fit Julio Teheran into this. I seem to rememebr that he is considered to be an amazing prospect, but not ever actually seeing him pitch, I don’t really know how far away he truely is from being ready (I assume he’s still got some time considering age). But we’ve seen aces come up at a young age before.
April 12th, 20099:46 pm
Adam Dunn makes an amputee look like a gold glover.
April 12th, 20099:48 pm
But we’ve seen aces come up at a young age before. Goldenglove
If I recall, Felix Hernandez was called up when he was 19, and it took him 2 or 3 years to finally settle down.
April 12th, 20099:53 pm
I guess I’m gonna pitch in on the side of the red jerseys. I like them better than the blue, in fact they may be my favorite of all.
April 12th, 20099:54 pm
For the sake of getting us off 666 comments, I’ll say that the blue jerseys are my favorite.
April 12th, 200910:00 pm
Goldenglove002 (9:09 pm): “Tom, I’m sure Bobby will have all the pitchers on their regularly scheduled appearences. Lowe wasn’t on the normal rest he would have seen had this team been a normal 5 man rotation at the moment plus the fact that he came in to start his 2nd game before Kawakami made his first.”
I think Lowe WAS on normal, four days’ rest between pitching Sunday and Friday — M-T-W-Th — yep, four days’ rest.
Monday’s off-day was Kawakami’s “first” start, and Thursday’s off-day was Glavine’s “first” start.
It’s Vazquez’ turn on tomorrow’s off-day — will they skip him and Glavine and have Lowe pitch on three days’ rest?
Doubtful — I’d expect Vazquez to start Tuesday.
Our rotation has taken the following order — Lowe, Kawakami, Jurrjens, Vazquez, Glavine.
April 12th, 200910:08 pm
I’m not sure what is the greater miracle. Jesus arising from the grave or McCann stealing a base. Seriously though, its great that the braves are 5-1 but we did play the Nationals and they might be the worst team in the NL.
April 12th, 200910:09 pm
I think you have the rotation down. JoJo or Charlie Morton would be close to normal rest if they came up and pitched on Saturday. I fully expect the Braves to wait out Glavine for a couple of weeks, if necessary, before doing something as drastic as bring up Hanson. A lot will depend on who they get to take Glavine’s turn, if indeed he is not ready to make the bell on Saturday.
If Morton or Reyes came up and did OK, then there is no rush for Glavine or urgency for Hanson.
Nice having some options. Not like last August/September.
April 12th, 200910:11 pm
jltmilaftw (you need an easier screen name!)
Are you sure the Nationals weren’t World Series champs last year. At the time, it sure seemed like it!
Ham B., I don’t think he does. Exist, that is.
April 12th, 200910:12 pm
Wow…that Extreme Makeover: Home Edition was brutal…saddest one I’ve ever seen…
I’m ready for Tuesday’s game! Bring it on!! The pitcher’s a righty, right?
Night, all! Happy Easter!!
Has anyone else ever thought that if Will Ferrell went absolutely hog wild on steroids, he’d eventually look like Adam Dunn?
April 12th, 200910:17 pm
For those interested, Cole Rohrbough (possibly the next Tommy Hanson) pitched great today:
5 IP, 4 H, 6 Ks, 1 ER
April 12th, 200910:18 pm
Yeah, he is a creation of the AJC. A combo of Furman Bisher, Mark Bradley, Jeff Schultz and Terence Moore. They alternately log on and throw out some bbq, music and Braves info; and carry forth the David O’Brien myth.
When they are feeling comfortable with their feminine side, they call themselves Carroll Rogers. (Carroll is a unisex name, kinda like Pat from SNL)
(DOB, in our local paper this morning, a David C O’Brien’s obit was in the paper. He was 77 years young, and was a merchant marine in his youth!) Gotta be kinda strange seeing your name in the obituaries.
“Vick doesnt really have that great of an arm”
You’re kidding right? I bet Vick could hit mid 90’s from the left side.
April 12th, 200910:19 pm
Great to see Rohrbough getting over those nagging injury issues.
We do have some bright prospects down on the farm!
April 12th, 200910:21 pm
Wayne in Utah (10:09 pm) –
Yep, you’re probably right about Glavine.
April 12th, 200910:22 pm
I made the comment about Hanson because I thought he’d be scheduled to go that day in Gwinett. But it’s the day after, it makes sense to call up JoJo. He had a good Spring (~2 ERA and 0.188 BAA) and is already on the 40-man. Not so great in his last AAA start, though (6 IP, 4 ER, 2 K, .304 BAA).
April 12th, 200910:23 pm
Locke pitched great the other day too.
April 12th, 200910:28 pm
Man…I just saw that Rohrbough, Locke, Heyward, and Freeman are all on the same team at Myrtle Beach. Possibly some huge potential stars all playing together.
April 12th, 200910:29 pm
Did anybody see that catch in the Brewers Cubs game? Reed Johnson robbed Prince Fielder of a grand slam. It was one of the better catches made in some time.
Yeah, he is a creation of the AJC. A combo of Furman Bisher, Mark Bradley, Jeff Schultz and Terence Moore. They alternately log on and throw out some bbq, music and Braves info; and carry forth the David O’Brien myth.
Yes. But they made a fatal flaw: the name.
“David O’Brien”? How generic is that? Why not John Smith or James Doe or Bob Jones?
April 12th, 200910:30 pm
Glad to see my man CHARLIE MORTON climbing back toward the #5 slot. Slow and steady, but he’s got it all. Only needs to get his head on straight to be a winner in ML baseball. Good luck CHARLIE.
April 12th, 200910:35 pm
A little off topic, but possibly of interest to some in the Atlanta area.
As a KC Chiefs fan, I saw a link on one of their boards today suggesting the Falcons are interested in giving up their 2nd round pick for Tony Gonzalez.
Any truth to that rumor from down that way?
April 12th, 200910:36 pm
“You’re kidding right? I bet Vick could hit mid 90’s from the left side.
Yeah. If he was throwing a spear at a moving dog.
April 12th, 200910:38 pm
Wayne- I think Furman Bisher does most of the music selections. He’s not allowed to write the body of the articles for fear he’ll slip and type “Selah” at the end, which would give up the whole carefully crafted ruse.
Seriously though, its great that the braves are 5-1 but we did play the Nationals and they might be the worst team in the NL jltmilaftw
yeah but they might have been the worst team in the NL last season and still kicked the crap out of us. so some improvement
April 12th, 200910:40 pm
Who cares about the dogs? The real crime was Vick and gambling.
April 12th, 200910:51 pm
I’d love to get Tony G., but he doesn’t really fit the Falcons’ offensive scheme. The TE position is utilized more for blocking than pass-catching.
Also, Vick couldn’t hit the broad side of a barn at ten paces, much less a moving target. He would have some good velocity, so I bet he could approximate some Steve Blass/Mark Wohlers on LSD-control on a fastball.
April 12th, 200910:55 pm
Vick’s no Dock Ellis. He wouldn’t be able to make the LSD work for him. The key is to know which kaleidoscopic munchkin to aim for.
April 12th, 200911:00 pm
For you Atlanta people and anyone anywhere, is the pollen bad where you’re at? My God, I feel like death because of the crap.
Johan Santana just pitched a gem striking out 13 in 7 innings of work without allowing a earned run and lost. Wins and losses for a starting pitcher don’t mean anything to me. There are just too many factors on those wins and losses, defense, offense, and bulpen.
April 12th, 200911:03 pm
Good info on Tony G. For me it’s a double edged sword. I’d love to see him play his entire HOF career in KC. But he’s been such a whiner the past couple of years, which with a young team I think is unacceptable. That being said, he’s a workaholic and leads by example.
I’m just not sold on my Chiefs being super competitive by the time he retires anyhow, so if he wants out, and they can get some value for him… move him. But for nothing less than a 2nd round pick. The right team might bite.
If Tyler Thigpen was still going to be my QB, I’d say keep him. Since TG was his security blanket. But Cassel will do a better job with his reads, and thus won’t rely on him as much, IMO.
That all being said. Tony doesn’t get nearly as much credit for his block as he should. So maybe he would be a fit with the Falcons. Perhaps, he’s ready to take a reduced role to be on a winner.
Intersting fact. Chiefs have never won a playoff game since TG has been drafted. Not saying it his fault, but….
April 12th, 200911:09 pm
Jones aggravated his left thumb injury in Sunday’s win over Washington, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. He went 2-for-3 with a walk and two RBI. “Hopefully I’ll be ready to go,” he said. “We’ll see how it feels Tuesday.”
He was able to remain in the game after aggravating the injury while hitting in the seventh inning. The Braves have an off day on Monday, so at least he has some time to give the thumb some rest.
April 12th, 200911:17 pm
Can anyone explain what the deal was with the 3rd out in the bottom of the 4th inning. It was an odd play (I was at the game and I wasn’t listening to my radio at the time). It looks like the runner at 2nd was safe but then he over ran the base and he wasn’t tagged out but the ump called him out.
Schaffer looks great at CF. He made some nice plays catching that one fly ball that most CF’ers would have had to dive for and roll over so they could be on Sportscenter.
As SKip Carey used to say the difference between Willie Mays and Hank Aaron is that Aaron had the same plays the Mays made but he kept his hat on.
April 12th, 200911:19 pm
N8….This year is the 40 year anniversary of the Cheifs Super Bowl IV victory (the first super bowl I have memories of watching). Maybe they can get a better performance this coming season. They have some pretty loyal fans.
chip off the ol block
April 12th, 200911:23 pm
jitmilaftw: he “interfered” with the play so he was called out
April 12th, 200911:26 pm
This start is sweeter due to our multi-year hiatus from bona-fide WS contention. We glutted on success all those years; got kinda “used” to winning, and forgot how the other three-quarters lived. Well, we got our good dose of angst and frustration, culminating in last year’s ultimate, mind-numbing, baseball purgatory of a season. BUT, we’ve reached that mountaintop (in my less than stellar opinion) and we can see the promised land!
Hallelujah, Praise Bobby and The Lawd!!
April 12th, 200911:29 pm
TinBrain…. you are a tennessee redneck that nobody likes! your opinions here are not wanted, but are you “too busy?” maybe you should try and get a friend and quit while you are ahead!!
mets fan in atlanta
April 12th, 200911:37 pm
well maybe the blog just ate my post…that sucks because it was a good one…to sum up, mets starters have done pretty good, i’m actually more worried about consistent offense, and the Braves did good in beating Nats but it might be tougher against Marlins
April 12th, 200911:44 pm
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