Struggling Uggla out of Braves lineup again

Dan Uggla missed only four starts at second base all last season with the Marlins, so it was no small thing for him to sit out his second start in the past seven games as a Brave Tuesday night.

That’s how deep Uggla’s slump has gotten. Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez sat Uggla for the second time in a week to try to break up this hitless pattern he has going.

“Just give him a little breather,” Gonzalez said, who did the same thing May 24 at Pittsburgh.

Since hitting a game-winning home run against Roy Halladay on May 15, Uggla went 4-for-47 (.035) with one RBI and no extra-base hits in 13 games. He knew he didn’t have much room to argue when Gonzalez told him Tuesday afternoon he was out of the lineup.

“It’s very hard,” said Uggla, whose season average was down to .178. “I don’t like not playing, but it’s what he thought was best for the team. I couldn’t talk my way back into the lineup today.”

Uggla went 0-for-3 with a walk and two strikeouts in Monday’s loss. He hadn’t hit the ball hard since Friday night against the Reds when he lined into a double play and came a few feet from a three-run home run, settling instead for a sacrifice fly. More often than not, though, he’s down in the count and not making solid contact.

“I’ve got to start hitting the gaps and hitting the ball out of the ballpark,” Uggla said. “Stop hoping for balls to find holes and just start hitting them hard enough to find holes.”

Uggla said there isn’t anything mechanically wrong with his swing or his pitch recognition but that his timing is off because he’s not getting his front foot down fast enough and is then late on pitches. His manager thinks it’s probably more mental.

“Sometimes it’s timing, sometimes it’s just confidence,” Gonzalez said. “It’s just getting that one (hit). You get that one and the next time you get the second one and you think you’re King Kong. That’s what sports is about; it’s about confidence. You’re 0-for-20 and you hit that 3-pointer, bam. Golf shot or whatever, it’s about confidence.”

112 comments Add your comment

BravesFAN

May 31st, 2011
6:03 pm

Joe

May 31st, 2011
6:08 pm

Bring back Omar Infante!

joe jones

May 31st, 2011
6:09 pm

Uggla’s problem ARE mechanical. Watch his front side fly open, he loses all his pop. Needs to keep his front shoulder in and his head on the ball. He is looking at CF and his bat is still in the zone. No wonder he is not getting any better.

jamspam

May 31st, 2011
6:09 pm

way to go bravesfan you jag. see you at psd

they always say the samething. just one hit to get it going. no its after the 10th hit

Larry

May 31st, 2011
6:11 pm

Now, how about Chipper?

He looks 50 years old right now!

chas

May 31st, 2011
6:25 pm

its about time uggla sits. now put him and chipper on the 60day dl

Boses

May 31st, 2011
6:27 pm

Waste of money.

MikeY

May 31st, 2011
6:29 pm

Maybe Brian McCann’s dad needs to work with him?

farmer

May 31st, 2011
6:30 pm

it’s about ttime! he is killing us!

Bob

May 31st, 2011
6:31 pm

Thank goodness! Better still, sit him at AAA for a week so he can get some confidence.

Ron Hyatt

May 31st, 2011
6:32 pm

In the real world, he’d be drawing unemployment.

Same ole, same ole !!

May 31st, 2011
6:41 pm

Its amazing how the Braves get these talented players and they just flop once they get here…. sounds like some kind of curse !!!

BRAVES FAN IN NJ

May 31st, 2011
6:42 pm

My boss would fire me not sit me if I was as bad as Uggla has been!!!

Same ole, same ole !!

May 31st, 2011
6:42 pm

i agree Bob.. send him down and let him get his confidence back, at least he plays instead of sitting. Why is it we get rid of talented players, aka… Escobar, Infante, Teixara ? I mean, look at Teixara who is tearing it up right now just because we didnt want to give him the money… Get rid of Chipper who is injury prone and just cant produce anymore and get someone who is up to the challenge.

ROFLstomp

May 31st, 2011
6:43 pm

First, we send him down to AAA for a week to get his confidence back. Then maybe we could trade him to NY for…well, Bay has been hurt and not hitting. Then Uggs could get traded to a world series team from there and then find his way to KC. We release Bay over the winter and just have yet another lineup hole to fill next season…. That’s the kind of magic that’s worked well for us in the past.

BRAVES FAN IN NJ

May 31st, 2011
6:43 pm

I always pull for him He is on my team.. But you gotta call it like it is and it isn’t good right now.. Every at bat I hope he breaks out of it but he hasn’t so far!!!

William

May 31st, 2011
6:43 pm

Give the guy a break. He’s probably trying too hard. I respect Uggla because he busts his butt playing hard when he is in the lineup. He has made some outstanding plays in the field too. The “real world” that we live in includes MLB. I don’t believe that the Braves are inclined to put Mr. Uggla in the unemployment line. Please pull for Uggla, support the Braves, and take the snide comments elsewhere.

Yade

May 31st, 2011
6:44 pm

Dan Uggla = Washout

bruce

May 31st, 2011
6:45 pm

uggs will hit .400 in june…

BRAVESFAN

May 31st, 2011
6:51 pm

So he sits on the bench watching the game, what’s the difference? Send him home so he can correct his life.

Larry

May 31st, 2011
6:55 pm

bruce,

Uggla is a lifetime .250 hitter. He has not before now and will not hit .400 in any month the rest of his career.

Pete

May 31st, 2011
7:00 pm

I don’t think the braves could send Uggla to AAA without his agreement.

Darryl Blackberry

May 31st, 2011
7:01 pm

He’ll get it turned around, no thanks to naysayers like these. Good on Fredi for giving him a day to work on his swing, think about his timing, etc.

Scott

May 31st, 2011
7:07 pm

He needs a vacation! Send him to the Bahamas or somewhere for a week get him good and drunk a few times and get him to stop thinkin about it so much and when he comes back watch him start to rake!

Charlie Lau

May 31st, 2011
7:13 pm

“I’ve got to start hitting the gaps and hitting the ball out of the ballpark,” Uggla said. “Stop hoping for balls to find holes and just start hitting them hard enough to find holes.”

NO, NO, NO! That is probably the problem. Start trying to get base hits by making contact and using the entire field. If he makes contact consistently the hits will fall. Continued trying to hit the ball out of the park will result in more strikeouts.

Hey, you morons, get off Chipper’s back. You clowns have no clue.

Rick B

May 31st, 2011
7:21 pm

Bruce,

Is that .400 or .040… Watch your number pad!!!

Reid in EAV

May 31st, 2011
7:23 pm

I’m with “Charlie Lau.” I am a bit perturbed at what Dan is saying. He needs to ease up, focus on making solid contact and trust that he has the latent power to poke the ball if he gets something fat. Otherwise, look for those outside pitches (he gets a steady diet of them now) and stay on one and put it in right field for a change. Everything doesn’t need to be a dinger or screamer to the left-center gap. It’s Andruw Jones all over again.

Tommy Boggs

May 31st, 2011
7:23 pm

Infante was the MVP of the team last year and we unload him. How is this Kenshin Kawakami guy looking in AA? Frank Wren pushes all the right buttons!!

LOB Braves

May 31st, 2011
7:30 pm

Did anyone expect Hinske to drive in a run? Of course not. The disease is spreading and this team is just SICK.

Douglas

May 31st, 2011
7:35 pm

Per Scott:
He needs a vacation! Send him to the Bahamas or somewhere for a week get him good and drunk a few times and get him to stop thinkin about it so much and when he comes back watch him start to rake!

That sounds like a plan that might actually work!

Skillet

May 31st, 2011
7:42 pm

I think it’s pretty obvious that Uggla needs some hitting advice from .238 Nate….McLouth can console Uggla by telling him that even if you don’t hit for almost 2 full seasons like me, you’ll still have a spot in the starting lineup.

Skillet

May 31st, 2011
7:48 pm

LOB Braves, Hinske is a utility player. Once you start playing a utility player everyday they end up hitting like McLouth…Unfortunately, the Braves are gonna have to give up some pitching to get 1 or 2 everyday players to help their anemic offense….Again, thanks Uggla for bringing nothing to the table.

LOB Braves

May 31st, 2011
7:52 pm

Well. That is all the Padres need for this game. One run. Braves just Suck.

Skillet

May 31st, 2011
8:01 pm

Chipper at .250 is just sad..He’s still a decent clutch hitter, but he should no longer be an everyday player.

If He Played For LaRussa He'd Hit Ninth

May 31st, 2011
8:02 pm

Still people saying all he needs is 1 hit to get him started.Do you really believe 1 hit propels him to doing what the Braves are paying him for? why do you believe that?

Marvin Mangrum

May 31st, 2011
8:02 pm

Sorry, Im speechless! You know he batted 270 in fla so we gave him $70 mil, dang, what a deal. You know the guy making the trades ought to be shot. Betwixt the eyes. Mc Clouth,, Uggla dang yeah theres more, but whats tha point. I wouldnt trade for Jesus for tha crap the Braves are giving. It aint retarted, its past that. And look here, you hope he gets whatever and hits 200, and then we get him 6 more years. A masterpiece!

NorCal Brave

May 31st, 2011
8:02 pm

If I may steal from the late comedian Red Skelton, I’d like to introduce our manager and 2nd baseman:

Fredi and the Freeloader

Skillet

May 31st, 2011
8:04 pm

You know it’s bad when the pitcher gets a hit and the only guy with any real speed in the lineup hits into a double play…Oh well, Fredi G, aka “yawn” probably thinks he’ll be a candidate for manager of the year if he can lead this pitching rich team to a .500 record.

FSUBraves

May 31st, 2011
8:06 pm

good grief, can this team please trade for a hitter

TB

May 31st, 2011
8:16 pm

FSUBraves Can this team get a hitting coach.

LOB Braves

May 31st, 2011
8:22 pm

Mr. No Clutch Gonzalez kills a rally again. He just plain sux.

LOB Braves

May 31st, 2011
8:24 pm

Talk about it to the cows come home, but it is a disease. No team can be this bad on offense.

LOB Braves

May 31st, 2011
8:25 pm

Yay. Freeman must be immune.

Skillet

May 31st, 2011
8:30 pm

Freeman…..Nice!!!

Advanced Scout

May 31st, 2011
8:30 pm

As I stated in yesterday’s posting Uggla is a dead pull hacker.plain and simple..He just proved what I said about him yesterday,,,He will continue to look for pitches to drive into the left center gap and pull for Homers and Doubles..He doesnt care how many times he whiffs..He’s Stubborn and Pig-headed about his hitting approach and wont change or make adjustments…In his Mind this is what got him where he is today…The whole league Knows this and will pitch him accordingly…Uggla better pray he see’s alot of pitchers MISTAKES, or this will be a LONG ,TERRIBLE,FRUSTRATING year for him and Braves Fans Watching Him…

Kelly Johnson

May 31st, 2011
8:31 pm

That will help. Put Conrad in the line up. This manager will never win a World Series Ring

Ronald Millsaps

May 31st, 2011
8:41 pm

As usual, these blog comments are way off the mark, probably typed by the same people who sit quietly at Turner Field on a 1-2 count and then cheer for a strikeout on a full count.

Dan Uggla hit the ball well Saturday night and isn’t far from breaking through the iron curtain. I like the days off he’s getting, and I’d like for him to avoid batting practice a little also. I’d honestly like to see him play catch with a football before a game, play table tennis, and do basketball drills. I’m serious. These events will accentuate hand-eye coordination while focusing away from baseball for a moment.

Jordan Schafer deserves center field. Nate McLouth has not assumed the position since his arrival here, and he remains a mystery to me. I’d like to see him work intensely on his bat speed (I’ve noticed he fouls a lot of pitches off to the left), and I can’t believe braves.com didn’t post a video of Schafer’s catch Saturday night.

Uggla also deserves the benefit of the doubt in that he hasn’t been used properly, probably, in the lineup.

rickman

May 31st, 2011
8:43 pm

PUT PRAT BACK ON 2ND!!!!, Give McCloud left field and Sch in center…Send UGGLY PACKING!!!! He is another KK…Do not wait two years…

NO MORE BOBBY

May 31st, 2011
8:53 pm

Love this! (but you guys are wearing that picture of him hanging his head out)

gotigers72

May 31st, 2011
8:54 pm

I AM a Chipper fan, have always been a Chipper fan and will always be a Chipper fan. The day he retires I start saving my money to go to his HOF induction. However, if he cannot run any better than he did on McCann’s double in the first, then he shouldn’t be in the game except as a pinch hitter. Take the time off, get the knee scoped. That cost the Braves a run. I love ya man, but….

Mark (another one)

May 31st, 2011
9:00 pm

27, 31, 32, 31, 33 and 90, 88, 92, 90, 105. Uggla’s HR and RBI totals for 2006-2010. The man can hit for power and the RBIs are mostly from the number 5 spot. There is no reason to think he won’t get things fixed and start producing as before. Those complaining about 60 games are ignoring 775 other games played in the same National League East.

Uggla needs to only do one thing. Trust his coaches and ignore the idiots. People want to make this too complicated. Ask Chopper and McCann. There are too many people who claim to know how to fix a swing.

Loosing Managar = Loosing Record

May 31st, 2011
9:01 pm

Typical Braves. Paid all this money 2 a guy that could not hit his way out of a fight with a man with no arms.

Skillet

May 31st, 2011
9:05 pm

(another one), the only person making this complicated is Dan Cooley Uggla. He needs to quit being a minus, and start being a plus.

Loosing Managar = Loosing Record

May 31st, 2011
9:06 pm

Send Ugglya to the minors….4 ever!

Tom Joad

May 31st, 2011
9:15 pm

RE: Loosing Managar = Loosing Record (sic)
Send Ugglya to the minors….4 ever!

Your Opinion = Loosing Stool

Skillet

May 31st, 2011
9:24 pm

woodie, “Uggla is Ugly”…Brilliant..How’d do ever come up with that?

TB

May 31st, 2011
9:24 pm

time to go outside and water the grass.

woodie

May 31st, 2011
9:25 pm

Uggla is Ugly !

TB

May 31st, 2011
9:27 pm

another losing team beating the braves.

BRAVESFAN

May 31st, 2011
9:29 pm

It’s just the Padres tonight.

BRAVESFAN

May 31st, 2011
9:34 pm

You mean we have to score more than 2 runs. Can we do that in one game?

HELP DAN STRUGGLA RELAX...

May 31st, 2011
9:35 pm

Struggla needs more than one game off…PLEASE give him the rest he needs to get mentally relaxed..He needs a long vacation away from the game, to get away from the pressures of the big contract he signed…Fredi..send him to Disney World for the week,,,

Kelly Johnson

May 31st, 2011
9:36 pm

Get a coaching staff that has some sort of clue. Make Chipper the batting coach since he knows it all. Get Smoltz as a pitching coach so at least he can promote is golf game. Get a manager that shows no favoritism at all, who doesn’t set up a team for failure. Get a manager who knows nothing about Braves baseball and everything about reading a scouting report. Get a front office that would reward their players for good play vs bad play. Rick Ankiel vs Conrad

BRAVESFAN

May 31st, 2011
9:38 pm

Chipper, you did it!

Tom Joad

May 31st, 2011
9:56 pm

@Kelly Johnson:

Get some fans who don’t change their feelings like their underwear; it’s a 162-game grind. If you can’t take the ride, get off the boat.

Monger

May 31st, 2011
10:02 pm

Uggla is KILLING THIS OFFENSE…. I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH!!!! Not only is he hitting .178, but as it always does it seems EVERY time he is up to bat there are runners on, and it is a big situation and he FAILS, doesnt even advance the runners-pop up of strike out and inning over the next batter…Pathetic. However, the only bright spots have been looking at his career stats… He has absolutely killed Braves pitching the last 5 years (not exactly weak staffs we have had the last 5 years), and his best hitting has come at Turner Field, he is a .294 hitter with 15 HRs and 45 RBI at Turner Field, and thats including this year so far. So he sees the ball fine at Turner Field, his stats are consistent for years, every year he has hit between .243-.287 with 27-33 HR, 26-49 doubles, 88-105 RBI, and 84-113 runs….that is pretty good and pretty consistent production every year for the last five years. I would like to see the average at .287 like last year rather than the .250 range where he has been a couple years, but you can pretty much pencil him in for a .250-.260 average with about 30 homers, 30 doubles, and around 100 runs and 100 rbis. Obviously, he has alot of ground to make up this year, but I see the power numbers staying pretty Uggla-like, but I think this horrid first 2 months will make his final average at maybe .230-.235 with lets say 28 HRs and 85-88 RBI, I just think he needs a better hitting coach to let him see how bad he is pulling off outside pitches…I mean seriously, when you have been thrown 546 consecutive outside pitches, I think the pitchers have pretty muched figured out your achilles heel…

Vabravesfan

May 31st, 2011
10:04 pm

I know Uggla is having a bad year, but replace him with Conrad? OMG

caveman

May 31st, 2011
10:12 pm

Uggla said there isn’t anything mechanically wrong with his swing or his pitch recognition but that his timing is off because he’s not getting his front foot down fast enough and is then late on pitches.

Then just put your foot down quicker. Simple.

TB

May 31st, 2011
10:22 pm

another one run loss you think.

bob

May 31st, 2011
10:23 pm

This lineup is killing itself. Guys are trying to do things which they can not do. FG is clueless.

Trade for some real speed in the lead off spot and bat JS in the two hole. More speed and more runs early in the game.

Place CJ on the DL and move MP to the three hole and to third base.

Keep BM in the four hole.

Put Jay Hey in the five hole.

Put FF in the six hole.

Uggla in the seventh hole.

AG in the eight spot.

The one thru four spots will put runners on base and will score.

The five thru eight spots can really bite a pitcher who relaxes.

When CJ returns he can play third from time to time depending upon the condition of the knees.

Get him drunk?

May 31st, 2011
10:49 pm

scott@ 7.07pm and douglas replying:

Really? You think he needs a drink or to get get drunk a few times? Really? You guys need to dry out. Alcohol is not the answer for Mr. Uggla. He needs time on the bench, not at the bar.

Bob the Blogger

May 31st, 2011
11:05 pm

Uggla’s hitting .178, so we put in Conrad who’s hitting .156. As Casey Stengel said, “can’t anybody here play this game?”

ab initio

May 31st, 2011
11:05 pm

Maybe if we move the fences that these guys are swinging for up to the infield, we may score some runs of some balls that roll up to it.

Really, these guys are all trying to crush the ball. It’s nothing that any high school coach can’t fix, but we don’t have one of those in the clubhouse. We got Fredi, and we are screwed.

hank1957

May 31st, 2011
11:16 pm

Imagine being replaced in the line-up by a .160 hitter. How embarrising. If there were any justice in MLB Uggla would return about $11.5 million of his salary this year. There is about as much chance of that happening as the Braves winning the World Series this year.

Eric C.

May 31st, 2011
11:30 pm

hank1957, who is “embarrising?” Anyway, you make some valid points.

CC

May 31st, 2011
11:31 pm

Hmmm….. No matter how bad it gets — they still get their pay. Comforting thought — for them.

chris

May 31st, 2011
11:50 pm

Man, some of you folks sure to like to whine. I admit a third of the way through the season I am getting a little concerned about this elongated slump Uggla is in but sending him down to the minors? Seriously that won’t happen anytime soon. He is only around a .250 hitter….if he gets hot for a stretch he could still end up around there for the season. As far as power goes…don’t expect much more than 20 homers. Power numbers are down for almost everyone this season. Just relax and let the season play out and see what happens. They are treading water and staying close to Philly even though ther offense across the more is struggling. With the pitching they have if they can get the offense going a little bit they will be in the mix come the end of the season.

westside

June 1st, 2011
2:19 am

wow some of these claimed braves fans change their fellings as much as they take a shower. we have a 162 game schedule, i am fustrated with uggla but its not like he is the only one not hitting in clutch situations. chill people we still have june,july,august, and september. he can still hitt around .250-.260 and get around 20-25 homers

Willy

June 1st, 2011
6:40 am

Has Uggla got something in his contract to prevent a visit to AAA? What are we waiting for?

tim

June 1st, 2011
6:50 am

so glad we have all these professional hitting instructors out there. look all i know is what i see uggla is mired in a funk so deep the season ain’t long enough for him to come out. i coach little leaguers so what do i know but i see him making the same mistakes that they make, pulling your head off the ball,stepping in the bucket or bailing out with the front foot, not having a clue what the pitch is because you can’t hit what you are not looking out. the guys will pay dividends hopefully with another team

Joe Lunch Bag Braves Fan

June 1st, 2011
7:02 am

Frank Wren has saddled this team with another overpaid, underperforming albatross that no other team would want !

Uggla, McLouth, Kawakami …

Tom B.

June 1st, 2011
8:01 am

first, dump Fredi Gonzalez; he’s in over his head! The Braves need a manager who will kick some serious butt; the Braves will never win anything as long as they continue to lose to the scum-bag teams like San Diego; trade Uggla now!

Ozzie Virgil, Jr.

June 1st, 2011
8:11 am

Andy Messersmith. Al Hrabosky. Bruce Sutter. Nick Esasky. Kinchin Kawakami. Dan Uggla.

Colossal free agents BUSTS in Braves’ history.

klmbbfan

June 1st, 2011
8:13 am

There is no real talent on this team except pitching, Prado & McCann at the plate, behind the plate he sucks, he would be good in the American League as a DH.

Rico Carty

June 1st, 2011
8:41 am

The Braves need to hire a pitching coach who teaches to hit the ball where it is pitched..I am so sick of them trying to pull every pitch. Whats wrong with a right hand batter hitting the ball to right field or left hander going to left.
Freeman done it last night.Chipper a couple of times.Thats just basic hitting…It doesn t take a rocket scientist to figuered that out.

Old Dawg Fan

June 1st, 2011
8:46 am

Time to send Uggla to AA-I don’t think he can hit AAA pitching.
Give him 30 days-if he doesn’t hit-trade him for something, anything-waterboy, anything.

jt

June 1st, 2011
8:52 am

I have never been a Chipper Jones fan, but I and you guys have to admit, he is the only one who can deliver the hit to score a run when we neeed it. He is at near the top in RBI’s and is proabably playing hurt. Unlike Hinske who could not deliver a timely hit if his life depended on it. Like last night when we needed a lowly single in 9th inning. I say trade Heyward while he still has some value to teams just because of the phony hype about him. He has not delivered any of what news said he was capable of. He is always hurt and he is one of youngest players in league, can’t wait til he gets a few years on him, he will always be on DL. And we really need to trade McLouth, I like him, but Really?

jt

June 1st, 2011
8:54 am

Old Dawg Fan: Time to send Uggla to AA-I don’t think he can hit AAA pitching.
Give him 30 days-if he doesn’t hit-trade him for something, anything-waterboy, anything.

COULD NOT HAVE SAID IT BETTER MYSELF!!!!

cornjolio

June 1st, 2011
8:54 am

Kawakami is door man at House of Tokyo massage parlor on Cheshire Bridge

cornjolio

June 1st, 2011
8:55 am

The Braves season is starting to look Uggla !

jt

June 1st, 2011
8:55 am

Where is Kawakami now? Back in Japan, I hope!!!

Hooters!

June 1st, 2011
10:13 am

Chippy needs the time off to father another bastid.

John A.

June 1st, 2011
10:14 am

Forget Omar, Frank thought he wasn’t good enough to be a Brave.

John A.

June 1st, 2011
10:18 am

I agree with jt….trade McLouth as well as Heyward. Heyward is nothing more than a flash in the pan. Why do these young guys knock the cover off of the ball in spring training and forget all of the basics in the majors? Do they teach sliding headfirst in the minors or is this a hotdog play in the majors? There are way too many players getting hurt in the majors sliding headfirst.

This is a Sham

June 1st, 2011
10:56 am

Why is this guy even on the rooster? He should be in the miners….Not eve AA but AA.
Braves got hosed on this guy and the real problem is he is here b cuz of the loosing managar who came hear with a loosing record.

Heisenberg

June 1st, 2011
11:31 am

Chipper of a few years ago is not walking through the door. When healthy (after returning from getting his knee scoped), he can be a 285 doubles hitter and drive in a few runs. But we cannot expect him to carry a team offensively.

The fate of Braves offense this year rests in the hands of Uggla & Heyward. We know what to expect from other guys but those 2 are the ones to carry the heavy lifting. BMac & Prado cannot do it all. It is simple as that.

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Heisenberg

June 1st, 2011
11:44 am

FWIW, I believe we have seen the ceiling this year on McOut. Let Schafer & Joey bombs battle it out for CF and send Nate to Mississippi to shag balls in CF for KK.

Better yet, can we dream with Dodgers having $$$ problems that Matt Kemp could be had for a young cheap arm not named Teheran, Delgado, Visciano, Medlen?

ChillyMutt

June 1st, 2011
12:06 pm

I hope Dan doesn’t read the AJC.

ChillyMutt

June 1st, 2011
12:26 pm

If players were stock – I’d be BUYING Freeman and SELLING Heyward.

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