4:17 pm May 31, 2009, by David O'Brien
June 1st, 20094:02 pm
Willy Wally – I’m thinking Boomer’s love of the Mets might have you a tad jaded on this one. That’s cool. Trust me he has folks that enjoy his work. He is working the morning show on one of the most listened to Sports radio station in the nation after all.
Cameron… good points.
Chuck James was Solid until the 6th!!!
June 1st, 20094:04 pm
Even though I know Kj is 27, which is still very young, I found it interesting that Mark Grace compared his abilities to KJ’s. Obviously Grace was far more superior and consistent to this point of their careers but Grace mentioned how his best years came around this age. Basically summed it up with saying if KJ can learn a little more plate discipline, which he believes he can do, he will be a top 2B for the next decade and doubles machine like himself with even more power.
I agree with Mark Grace’s assessment. KJ just needs to let everything fall into place, I think he has hit his stride for this year and is ready to maintain that consistency Grace mentioned. Not every player matures into their consistent prime years as early as many superstars. Some players don’t become great until their late 20’s. That is why I am slightly hesistant on the trading Francoeur business. But I do agree if you want to win this year he must go. Simply because Cox is already giving an AB away basically with sticking with Schafer you can’t give 3 at the bottom with the pitcher.
Fire Jeff Bennett!
June 1st, 20094:06 pm
I heard about that kid, Willy Wally.
You know, I hear that Gregor Blanco bunted in T-Ball. So did Josh Anderson.
(Don’t tell anybody this, but I’ve also heard that Frenchy used to bunt in T-Ball. His contact rate per bunt attempt was 38%. We need better scouts.)
Four walks in a game is a pilgrimage (or hajj).
Also, I think with KJ you must factor in his adjusting to 2B and finally being comfortable there after never playing it until he was 24-25… That is a major factor, being completely comfortable throughout a MLB game.
maybe the rays will give us crawford for jo-jo. we could throw in thorman The Real Andy
Why would we want to give up Thorman when he still has options? That has to be the dumbest idea I’ve ever heard.
June 1st, 20094:07 pm
Looking at all the NL Shortstops. Escobar should make the All-Star team.
He is 2nd in HR and RBIs
4th in Average
3rd in OBP
And Tejada is on steroids and is a horrible defensive short stop.
That really only leaves Escobar and Hanley Ramirez.
June 1st, 20094:10 pm
Were the T-ballers stats adjusted for that “bandbox” they play in? You know, park adjusted stats??
Thanks, uh…how far behind the leader is he? Um…a-heh heh…212,858 votes by last count, but, ya know…we’ve still got a month…
I agree it has been bogus so far, but at least Russell slipped to #5. Ha! McCann has played 10 fewer games than them and is still among the tops in the offensive category for catchers? So true…he rocks.
I need to come up with a new fake e-mail. So far I’ve used my new (real) one, my old (real) one, my parents’ e-mail, and my old fake e-mail. Time to change a letter! (And I don’t even like online voting…)
That’s odd. Wonder what’s up with that. Think if I link it up you’ll be able to get it?
Hey! I just thought of something! We’re going to the game on Sunday–this could be my first time voting at the ballpark! I’ve always wanted to do that…How do you get the ballots?
June 1st, 20094:11 pm
Christian Guzman is also having a good year. Not saying he deserves to start, but he belongs in the discussion.
So how about this? Tampa Bay has someone leading the league in hitting (Jason Bartlett), doubles (Evan Longoria), home runs (Carlos Pena), RBIs (Longoria), walks (Pena), stolen bases (Carl Crawford), extra base hits (Longoria), batting average vs. lefties (Akinori Iwamura) and hardest to double up (Carl Crawford) and as a team they lead the league in runs scored. And they are three games under .500
for those who think offense is the main component -Posnanski
June 1st, 20094:12 pm
They’re real easy to find. You just get them from the little stand and when you’re done filling them out you drop them off.
June 1st, 20094:13 pm
I voted for McCann, Escobar, and Chipper 25 times each. Pitching I think Lowe and Jair deserve to go. Go Braves
June 1st, 20094:14 pm
McFann – Did you see all those stats I posted in less games played. McCann is by far the best one.
The ballots are usually just at some sort of stand in the ballpark. You drop them into a box after filling them out.
Can you make up email addresses and still vote?
MFIN04, I agree Escobar needs to make the all star team. He needs to stay healthy because the Braves lineup is completely different with him in it
June 1st, 20094:16 pm
McFann – bad news for your boy if he needs a late push in votes to make the All Star team. The Braves are on the road for 10 games just prior to the All Star game so they can’t push the ballotts at the games and ask fans to vote for him those last 10 days. That’s pretty customary in MLB. You need to get the vote out now!
DeRosa is not a panacea, but he fills the Infante gap. Get him but don’t give up much; he’s a rental.
As for a power hitter, I still like Uggla who is having an off season. Almost same dollars as KJ, with KJ a slightly better fielder in terms of range. If you don’t have to give up KJ for him, I wouldn’t – and send KJ to CF and Ice Cold to Gwinnett. Uggla batting sixth in Fish lineup after three straight 30+ HR seasons. They must be a bit disenchanted with him. Also same arb year as KJ.
Use our pitching prospects (Jo-Jo, Morton, Medlen, etc.) to get a 25-30+ HR guy who can play someplace in OF. JF can be trade bait.
Most valuable trade bait may be David Ross. He could play everyday for many teams. Who needs a top-rate catcher and has some power to spare?
Don’t trade for someone “who might.” Get someone who does.
June 1st, 20094:20 pm
Roman Gal – I tried to look at everyone’s numbers. Christian Guzman’s stats are a little bit lower than the rest. HR/RBI/Runs. Nice average, but his average and on base are almost the same number, lol (only 3 walks).
June 1st, 20094:21 pm
Can we trade Morton and Kelly Johnson for DeRo?
I wanted to comment about a TV shot from the game Sunday, I don’t know if anyone has already commented about it, but I just thought I would throw it out there on a slow day. The shot showed Kotchman walking over to the dugout after he was hit and could barely hobble off being assisted by Cox and Hubbard (I believe) and as he gets to the dugout his teamates are coming over to show concern and to give an encouraging word maybe like “hang in there,” the welcoming committee was led by who else? McCann. But the cameraman panned down the rail towards the opposite end of the dugout where Chipper was conversing with some other BRave(not sure who)just the two of them, and he never even gave a glance towards what was going on at the other end. Now, that said, maybe Chipper spoke to him later or something, so it’s kind of hard to make a judgement call, however, if the whole team can come over and at least act like they care when someone grounds out to the right side with a runner on second to get them in scoring position, you would think Chipper would show some semblance of interest in Kotchman’s agony. Am I being to crtitical and making something out of nothing?
June 1st, 20094:22 pm
nolie, one-run games to blame for the Rays, according to Rob Neyer. Best in the world last year, worst this year. The wheel of karma turns, and sometimes it spits on run differential, LOL.
June 1st, 20094:23 pm
Uggla is a worse defensive 2B than KJ. But you can’t really argue with his power numbers…27/31/32/9 homers last 4 seasons.
June 1st, 20094:24 pm
Escobar will have a tough time making the All Star game given Rollins and Hanley play here. Even if you assume Reyes doesnt make it because of injuries.
McCann will definitely go, if not by votes then players. He is far too respected amongst his peers to not go.
June 1st, 20094:25 pm
if chipper was such a leader, why won’t he just suck it up and bat lefty so he won’t hurt his toe?
but he won’t because he is a Bitch!!!!
June 1st, 20094:27 pm
Have to disagree with putting Medlen and Morton in the same category as JoJo. I think their stock is significantly higher than Reyes (KC)
they’re all doo doo heads.
Why not Uggla in the OF?
June 1st, 20094:28 pm
4 walks in a game could be called an 8B (BBx4)
June 1st, 20094:29 pm
doo doo heads?
nolie, thats a terrible idea btw.
June 1st, 20094:30 pm
Il Cattivo – One reason fan voting sucks. Rollins and Reyes have been below average this year, but since they are in NY and Philly they get into the game? Or at least get more votes. Garbage. Escobar is having a far better year than both of them.
June 1st, 20094:31 pm
Ever been to San Diego? You wouldn’t want to trade that for Philadelphia, Chicago, or just about anywhere else either (CBF)
I agree. SD is my favorite mainland American city. and they have a great zoo too
2008 Rays staff ERA: 3.82
2009 Rays staff ERA: 4.67
The bullpen is bad (part of the one-run losses, I’m sure) and Kazmir and Sonnanstine have been awful. As long as Kazmir’s arm is alright (he’s on the DL with a quad strain), he’ll get back on track. I’m not so sure about Sonnanstine, but he’s certainly not “ERA close to 8″ bad.
June 1st, 20094:32 pm
we need a new blog where has DOB been all day
Macon Braves (RIP)
June 1st, 20094:33 pm
Am I being to crtitical and making something out of nothing?
I’d say yes, your being critical and making something out of nothing. Just my opinion though. After Casey has walked down to the other end of the dugout about to go into the tunnel, did you notice McCann laughing and joking with someone sitting on the bench. By your standard that would be wrong since his teammate is limping across the dugout in pain.
4 Walks in a game could be called “A Golf Round”.
All walking, no noise.
June 1st, 20094:34 pm
Man vs. Wild with Will Ferrel tomorrow night should be a great watch. This is the link to the preview. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=453WwRG265I
June 1st, 20094:38 pm
we need a new blog where has DOB been all day – cphizzle
He will make an appearance, at least because of this.
Roman Gal, MFin04–
Thanks. I’ll definitely look for them when we go…we’ll be getting there early enough.
Oh yeah, you cann make up fake e-mail addresses. Just be sure to add a @hotmail.com or whatever to the end. Works every time.
And I did see the stats you posted. Oh yeah–he’s the best one. Ha…if the ASG was gonna be played here, I wonder if he’d be leading? Prob’ly not…the other fans just don’t get it…
Gee, really? Well that stinks…Yeah, I’m getting the vote out. Think I oughta start selling these?
OK…that’s copyrighted, isn’t it?
I saw that, too. Yup, BMac was right there at the top. I didn’t really notice Chipper off to the side, but yeah, that’s kinda weird. I’m sure he said something to him after the game…
June 1st, 20094:39 pm
A term of art in the scouting world, flange, LOL.
June 1st, 20094:42 pm
The Golden Buscar…4 walks
Since KK is next up on the hit parade, I noticed that, in his gem, the catcher was McCann. In his last start, Ross caught him.
There seemed to be many miscommunications between Ross and KK. I wonder if that has been the difference between KK’s good performances and his mediocre performances…Brian McCann.
(I seem to remember Ross catching KK in the Cincinnati disaster.)
June 1st, 20094:43 pm
The ASG is a joke. It’s always loaded with Yankees, Red Sox, Cubs, etc. The vote needs to be taken away from the fans. Most fans are far too biased and/or dumb to do a good job. Let the players and coaches vote and you will see the guys who really deserve to be there.
June 1st, 20094:44 pm
McFann I’ve gotten 75 votes in for Chipper, Heap and Yunel over the last week or so. And Adrian Gonzalez and Ibanez (only OF’er I voted for) and Utley and no american league votes..I dont watch any AL games so I couldn’t vote fairly.
I’ll vote as often as I have time/think of it.
thanks! I knew it had to be a technical term that us non-industry types did not know about!
June 1st, 20094:45 pm
Just thought Chipper might glance that way, at least. What was so important that he couldn’t at that moment? Not a big deal either way, just got tired of listening to all the “trade Medlen for Dero” jibber jabber. An up and coming pitcher along the order of a Maddux for an aging bench player.
June 1st, 20094:47 pm
BT, Jason Perry played RF when Jeff was sent down last year for four games – not Blanco as someone suggested earlier. Braves went 2-2 while he was down (including a 7-6, 17 inning win over Houston I was lucky enough to attend. The Chop House was crazy in those late innings. Only place in the Ted serving beer after the 8th [that I know of]). Perry went 2-17 during that stretch.
Meant to say scoots!
This changing from a laptop keyboard to a full keyboard is really killing my already lame typing skills!
All of KK’s wins have come with BMac behind the plate. There was some talk at one point that Ross should be KK personal catcher, but those talks seem to have died down…
You’re correct–Ross was catching when KK gave up 8 runs (McCann was on the DL at the time).
Yeah, I totally hear ya on this one.
June 1st, 20094:48 pm
so which is more derogatory, doo doo heads or numbletards?
June 1st, 20094:51 pm
just got tired of listening to all the “trade Medlen for Dero” jibber jabber. An up and coming pitcher along the order of a Maddux for an aging bench player.
We can agree on this anyway (although I wouldn’t mention Medlin and Maddux in the same sentence however, but I get what your saying nonetheless.) Derosa is NOT the answer for this team, at least not at that kind of price. Now if your talking JoJo and one or two lesser prospects then fine, but not anything much of value. Derosa just doesn’t fit the current need, which is a BIG bat, not a utility player.
Not seeing anymore posts for Gorkys Hernandez promotions. His stat line is now .312/.360/.377 in Double-A. I think he needs a little more seasoning……
June 1st, 20094:52 pm
McFann :Ô: (June 1st, 2009 4:10 pm): “I need to come up with a new fake e-mail.”
If you’ve got a “Junk Mail” or “Spam” folder, why don’t you appropriate some addresses from there?
For example, email@example.com.
Serves ‘em right for bugging you in the first place!
June 1st, 20094:53 pm
You…you v-v-voted for…Fillies??
Oh…oh man…this one hurts…
I’m not sure how many times I’ve voted for Escobar and Chipper…heh heh, the only one I’ve kept on ballot consistently is McCann. I’ve voted for some Cincy players off and on…voted for Braun a few times (not sure why, other than the fact that I can’t bring myself to vote for a Filly…I’m so bad…I need to get over it.)
I don’t do AL, either. Two reasons: A) I don’t watch the AL, and B) I don’t like the AL.
But anyway, keep up the good work!
VOTE McCANN 2009 ALL-STAR!!!!
June 1st, 20094:54 pm
DeRosa would be an adequate replacement for Infante, but not the answer for our offensive problems.
June 1st, 20094:55 pm
He’s averaging 7.7 Ks per 9 as a starter, however, which likely means he’d average more Ks as a reliever. He also has about a 2 to 1 K ratio, which, again, would likely increase if he was used as a closer instead of as a starter. (WW)
what makes you think they would increase as a closer Willy?
Haha! Good one. Although, I don’t seem to get any Spam…
June 1st, 20094:59 pm
Ryan Zimmerman should be the starting NL third baseman at the All-Star Game.
De Rosa has hit 20 HR ONCE-at Wrigley. Before that, he hit 13 HR ONCE-in Texas. Before that, his highest career HR Total was 6. I really can’t believe anyone is seriously considering him to be more than a super sub. He certainly won’t put the lights back on our power outage.
Patron Saint of the Lost Art
June 1st, 20095:00 pm
Ill Cativo…Do not forget the play of Christian Guzman, before getting injured he was batting over .400 a month into the season…
June 1st, 20095:03 pm
Gorkys’ BABIP was- still is?- really high. It was only a matter of time before his stats started to drop, since they were all inflated by the BA. His speed has also declined, too. Anyone who thinks he’d do much better than Schafer is kidding themselves, IMO.
June 1st, 20095:04 pm
The Braves had two outfield homers in the entire month, one apiece on the first and last days of the month.
Come on DOB, it’s not like they are allowed to hit FROM the outfield.
Lew, I agree on Derosa, he isn’t a world beater, or even well above average corner bat. But I’d bet he would be average. Since we aren’t getting even average in any of our outfield spots, I think it’s an upgrade. Trouble is, what will it take to get him? If it’s Morton or Medlen, than I would pass.
June 1st, 20095:06 pm
I’d take average production in left, center and right. That would be a vast improvement.
June 1st, 20095:07 pm
Florida Brave, I agree. I still like Hernandez though, but I think he is two years away. Finish this season at Mississippi and next season at Gwinnett. I think he’ll be 23 opening day 2011.
June 1st, 20095:08 pm
Do not forget the play of Christian Guzman, before getting injured he was batting over .400 a month into the season Patron Saint of the Lost Art
His name is not up in Neon lights. Even less attention than Escobar. Not going to make it on the quota system either- as Chop Chop says Zimmerman deserves it. Dunn should make it.
I’d trade Morton for DeRosa. If it doesn’t work out well for the Braves, at least some fans will remember that Morton was a third or fourth option for the fifth spot in our rotation when the trade was made.
Piedmont Blues (ex-BFIR)
June 1st, 20095:09 pm
Considering the debacle that was Corky Miller, I can’t believe you’d consider trading Ross.
I think Ross isn’t being used to his best advantage by the Braves. I’d much rather see him as the primary late-inning PH (instead of Norton) when he’s not catching so long as someone on the roster could serve an emergency catcher. You could then use Norton’s roster spot for another position player — a backup CF, perhaps?
I know we bash the Tigers front office for getting fleeced on some trades, like Renteria for Jurrjens and Hernandez, the Smoltz trade, but they have made some pretty nice trades recently as well. It’s hard to judge the Cabrera and Willis for Maybin, Miller, and four others, since Willis might become a servicable #3 starter once again, and Maybin hasn’t reached his potential yet. If Miller figures out how to pitch and Maybin lives up to expectations, that’s a good trade for both teams.
Has anybody been paying attention to what Edwin Jackson is doing with the Tigers??!! He’s been phenomenal as their #2 starter, giving them a great 1-2 punch since Verlander is back on track. I think they’re one starter from being really, really good. And they got Jackson for Matt Joyce. Think they’d do that again? A rotation of Verlander, Jackson, Jurrjens would look really good, for a lot of years to come though…
June 1st, 20095:11 pm
“wouldn’t mention Maddux and Medlen in the same breath”
Just wanted to give a comparison in “type” not accomplishments. Medlen is a smallish pitcher with impeccable control (in the minors) who actually throws a little harder than Maddux did, who throws a better curve than Maddux did, and who throws a changeup off of his fastball (not as good as Maddux’s). Of course you can have all the tools and not have what you need between the ears and in your heart. Maddux was pure pitching genuis IMO. He was always 2 pitches ahead of the batter. I like what I see in Medlen, some people aren’t enamored with him because he isn’t 6′3″ and throws 96 mph. An up and coming Maddux(of today) probably wouldn’t have garnered the can’t miss tag like a Hanson obviously has, either.
lol, should have figured that McFann would be going to Brian McCann Bat Day. We decided we would go to that game, after the D-Backs game was rained out and we could choose another game to go too.
Should be good times.
June 1st, 20095:12 pm
It would be a mistate to trade for DeRosa. The Braves can’t afford to give up young players for four month’s of DeRosa. He was with the Braves before and couldn’t cut it. Vasquez is the best trading chip that they have. He’s been good and would hate to see him go. Think if they wait until deadline they could get more for him. No Cory Hart,please. Trade for someone that will be here for awhile. Francouer is under alot of pressure. He need’s to be traded and get a fresh start.
what makes you think they would increase as a closer Willy? (NOLIE)
I dunno. Are you following along, Nolie? I make it up as I go along. I do think however that any starter should be better as a reliever. Smoltz struck out more batters per 9 as a reliever than he did as a starter. Same with Eckersley, Joba Chamberlain, Goose Gossage, Jason Isringhausen, Rafael Soriano, Adam Wainwright, Bob Wickman, and so on. Of course, that doesn’t necessarily mean Kawakami would as well since he’s not a prototypical power pitcher, but he’s got a pretty good K rate as a starter, so I’ve got myself a hope, a wish, a feeling, a thought, a belief, a need, an idea that he’d K more as a reliever than as a starter. Faulty logic, perhaps, but, oh well.
June 1st, 20095:13 pm
And somehow, I forgot to include Porcello in there. He’s so young and already pitching like a vet, and even though they raped their farm system, it’s still producing good players like Granderson, Porcello, Verlander, and possibly Bonderman still.
June 1st, 20095:14 pm
VOTE McCANN 2009 ALL-STAR!!! (McFann)
Sorry, I’d rather see him stay home & rest.
June 1st, 20095:15 pm
I strongly agree with Lew. Derosa is an Omar/Utility Guy replacement, NOT a starting OF.
Oh yeah, that one’s a given! Good choice for your makeup game! (Although, that rainout was lame-o.)
Should be good times.
Yeah…course, being a DGANG, I wonder if BMac will even play…
Hernandez’s speed was his best asset so unless that returns, I’m pretty lukewarm on him. I’m not sold on the bat. I’ll have a better read after a full season in AA.
June 1st, 20095:16 pm
Trade John Schuerholz, Jr. for Derosa. I don’t care if he’s not in the organization anymore. It would be Wren’s way of whizzing on the large shadow looming over him.
June 1st, 20095:17 pm
I have no problem trading for Dero, but not if we’re expecting him to be a huge cog in the offense (and/or therefore giving up much talent to get him)
June 1st, 20095:18 pm
Chop Chop, I’d make that trade. I’ve always thought Morton lacks the confidence to produce at this level.
Nolie Sorry, I’d rather see him stay home & rest.
Hmm…don’t do that! Yer gonna get me torn.
Come on, though–Four years in a row…in his first four years!
But, I do see your point.
June 1st, 20095:20 pm
Rally McTurtle needs some more time with Rudy Armadillo if he ever hopes to break out of this slump.
June 1st, 20095:21 pm
Supposedly, the last day to vote at the park is June 11. We’re home from now until then.
I hope Wren is thinking of a more impact player for us. We have some good trading pieces, a lot of teams need pitching. I can’t see DeRosa putting us over the top. As Lew said, DeRosa would be a good replacement player for Infante. We have a lot invested in pitchers like Morton to trade him for a replacement of one of our utility players.
June 1st, 20095:24 pm
nolie, thats a terrible idea btw. (csg)
if you mean the trade, you’re right. that’s why the winky face was there. some sarcasm and a jab at Scoots all in the same post. Doesn’t get any better than that.
June 1st, 20095:27 pm
2009 Rays staff ERA: 4.67 (CHOP)
excuses, excuses. Coach promised me that they would win cause they steal so many bases and hit so well. I think maybe he fibbed.
June 1st, 20095:28 pm
I agree about Hernandez. He’s really struggled stealing bases this year. And now he’s come back to earth with his hitting. In his past 10 games (which is just a snap-shot because he’s been struggling longer than that…), he’s hitting .214 with 1 walk, 11 K’s, and 1 stolen base to 2 CS.
June 1st, 20095:31 pm
Supposedly, the last day to vote at the park is June 11.
Of course, now that I think about it…I might have read that on the Braves page and not mlb.com which would obviously not be good.
The fact that the braves are looking at Dero shows how low the expectations should be.I dont think they are planning on a big splash.
June 1st, 20095:39 pm
I don’t buy that Kazmir’s arm is fine. He’s lost 4mph on all of his pitches this year leading to a huge increase in contact rate. Loss of velocity that leads to ineffectiveness plus a history of arm injuries probably means what? Ding ding ding, you guessed it. An arm injury. I’m of course just speculating, but an undisclosed or undiscovered injury could certainly be the culprit here.
June 1st, 20095:41 pm
We’ll see, PWH. Maybe the “quad strain” is really an excuse to shut him down for a while?
June 1st, 20095:43 pm
Maybe. Like I said, I really have no idea, but it wouldn’t surprise me.
June 1st, 20095:45 pm
McFann :Ô:, 4:47 pm…”All of KK’s wins have come with BMac behind the plate.”
Thanks, McFann. If anyone would know, you would.
Ross is a terrific catcher. But, it seems that BMac knows how to call a game with KK much better than Ross does. I suspect there is a language or preparation thing happening.
June 1st, 20095:51 pm
Hey guys, I work in Myrtle Beach media, and I just got word that Jason Heyward was sent to Danville.
June 1st, 20095:54 pm
DeRo is not the answer. As someone so astutely described above, hitting is not going to win it this year for anyone. It’s going to be pitching. The Braves need to become more consistent in their pitching. The starters have picked it up as of late and have provided the team with not just seven, but seven quality innings for the most part. K.K. has been the most inconsistent of the front four and may be relegated to number five if Glavine performs serviceably and can handle the number four spot, health willing.
Schafer needs to go down to Gwinnett in order to get his head straight; Gregor Blanco and his .260-.270 would be a major upgrade. Having Francoeur play against lefties and doing a three-way platoon with Diaz, Anderson, and Francoeur would be a better thing to try than making a trade.
Only if the Indians would take Francoeur for DeRosa straight up would I make this trade. Giving up any pitching – including Morton, Medlen, Hanson, and even Jo-Jo Reyes – would be a cataclysmic sin.
You’re welcome! That’s what I’m here for!
Ross is a very good catcher, but yeah, KK does seem to pitch better with BMac. It’s funny, the announcers were always saying how Ross would be good with Kawakami because he’s caught Japanese pitchers before, and he got to work with Kawakami more in ST while McCann was at the World Baseball Thing…hmm…BMac and KK seem to do just fine together.
June 1st, 20095:55 pm
That’s bizarre, if true. I’m skeptical.
June 1st, 20095:58 pm
This board is a much more funner place when there ain’t a losing game going on. Off days offer us some R&R just like the team.
June 1st, 20096:02 pm
The Myrtle Beach Pelicans have activated INF Randy Gress from Danville; OF Jason Heyward has been placed on the Danville roster.
June 1st, 20096:06 pm
Why Danville? Rehab for injury?
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