Beachy and Jo-Jo both return to Turner Field today

(Staff writer Carroll Rogers is filling in for David O’Brien today.)

Top of the sunny morning to you, and let’s keep it that way all afternoon, shall we? Today marks the return to the mound at Turner Field for two guys – Brandon Beachy, who makes his first start since coming off the disabled list with an oblique strain and Jo-Jo Reyes, the former Brave traded to Toronto last year as part of the Yunel Escobar-for-Alex Gonzalez deal.

First, Beachy. Originally today was the day he was going to make his second and final minor league rehabilitation start for Triple-A Gwinnett. But with the injury to Tommy Hanson, who is working his way back from some shoulder tendinitis, the Braves needed Beachy a little earlier.

Beachy was fine with that of course, but he’ll be on a little bit of a strict pitch count I’d imagine. He was originally set to max out about 100

Beachy's.....back

Beachy's.....back

pitches today, plus with the heat of a steamy day game on top of it, I’d bet the Braves would be happy to get five or six innings and call it a day.

Beachy hasn’t pitched for the Braves since walking off the mound on May 13 against the Phillies, after trying to warm-up for the third inning but realizing it was a no-go. He’d strained his oblique swinging at a pitch in the bottom of the second.

Trainers are getting used to this oblique business apparently, and Beachy has had a smooth recovery, with no setbacks to speak of. Jair Jurrjens had the oblique thing to a milder extent and we’ve seen the nice recovery he made. Beachy wouldn’t mind a little piece of that action as well.

This is his first interleague start in his 12th major league start. For those who didn’t see it late last night, the Braves optioned Mike Minor back to Triple-A Gwinnett to make room for Beachy on the roster.

Yo-Yo

So really, Reyes is Yo-Yo no more. You might recall our old affectionate nickname for the Quadruple-A tendencies Reyes showed when he was here with the Braves – up in the majors for a while, down in Triple-A for a while. He has found a permanent home in the Blue Jays rotation this season. While it was a bumpy ride to start, Reyes seems to have settled in here of late.

He made national headlines when he snapped a major-league record streak of 28 consecutive starts without a win, dating back to June 13, 2008 with the Braves. He had gone 0-13 with a 6.59 ERA since that win over Anaheim. He broke out of it with a bang – a complete game victory against the Indians 11-1 on May 30, the first complete gave win of his career.

Reyes has won three of his past four starts with a 3.21 ERA over that time. He’ll bring a little extra energy today against his former team, the one that drafted him in the second round in 2003 out of Riverside (Calif.) Poly High School in 2003. I’m sure it’s a big day for him.

The big knock against him as a Brave was not trusting his stuff, nibbling, instead of being aggressive. When he had success, he went at hitters, and he has the stuff to do it. There are a few Braves who’ve faced him before. Dan Uggla is 3-for-5 with three doubles and an RBI against him. Of course Uggla’s struggles against left-handers this year have been pretty well documented. Nate McLouth is 1-for-3 with an RBI off him and David Ross is 2-for-4 with a double and a walk.

Brotherly advice

McCann's homer vs. Toronto Tuesday

McCann's homer vs. Toronto Tuesday

The more home runs he hits the more kudos Brian McCann has for his brother Brad McCann, who gave him some pointers about an adjustment he should make at the plate prior to a game against the Astros in mid-May.

Since that time, and the surreal two-homer game he had off the bench on May 16 against Houston, McCann has hit 10 home runs in 28 games, while maintaining a .327 average entering Wednesday’s game. He has nine doubles and 21 RBIs in those 28 games.

“Ever since we’ve talked I’ve been able to really let the bat fly through the zone,” said McCann, whose father and brother both teach hitting at the Windward Academy in Alpharetta. “I’m lucky to have people in my family who understand the game of baseball and understand hitting. I go to them quite a bit.”

Lugo debut

It was a fairly quiet morning in the Braves clubhouse today, with one notable exception. The player bopping around the room, most eager to get to action, was Julio Lugo who will debut with the Braves today at shortstop today, while giving Alex Gonzalez only his fourth day out of the lineup this season.

Lugo hasn’t started a game in the majors since Oct. 1 of last year with the Orioles. He played second base that day. This is his first start at shortstop since Sept. 1, 2010. (Lugo can play short, second and to a lesser extent third.)

He was raring to go, saying yesterday he was “bananas” about a shot to play with the Braves.

We let Chipper Jones, a guy with a pretty amazing recall of all things baseball, give a scouting report on Lugo.

“Solid player. A guy that can play all the infield spots. Guy that we can rely on to be able to give Gonzo a day off every once in a while, a solid right-handed bat, a guy who’s going to make some contact and can run a little bit. So we look for positive things from him. The other guys have done a good job, now it’s Julio’s job to step back into the major leagues and prove that he’s still got some mileage left.”

Braves Lineup:

1. Schafer CF

2. Heyward RF

3. Jones 3B

4. McCann C

5. Freeman 1B

6. Uggla 2B

7. McLouth LF

8. Lugo SS

9. Beachy P

July 4th weekend

The Braves announced yesterday that they will give away free tickets to military personnel during the Fourth of July weekend. For all the games Friday July 1 – Monday July 4, active duty, reserve military and veterans can show military ID at the Turner Field ticket window to receive a free Upper Box Ticket. Family members can buy additional tickets for half price. Military folks can get tickets at the Turner Field ticket windows either in advance or the day of the game.

The Braves did a similar promotion for Memorial Day weekend and it added a special feel to the crowd those days.

Dream weaver

So you know the dream you have where you show up for a test and you are totally unprepared? I learned this morning that baseball players have that dream to varying degrees themselves.

Tim Hudson said he has a recurring dream where he’s out on the mound at the start of a game and hasn’t warmed up a lick in the bullpen. Chipper Jones said he has a recurring dream where it’s 7:03 p.m. and he’s late getting his uniform on, is running down the tunnel and realizes he’s forgotten his glove.

Just kinda funny to hear that version of our own worst nightmare. I guess truth be told, I’ve had my share of dreams where I show up at the ballpark late, miss batting practice, physically can’t see the game and am expected to write a bunch of stories.

And with that important tidbit, I’ll post this thing and get us going.

2,420 comments Add your comment

Hillbilly

June 22nd, 2011
12:41 pm

Like a breath of fresh air…

Smack

June 22nd, 2011
12:42 pm

Thanks Carroll!

LTBF

June 22nd, 2011
12:44 pm

Thank you Carroll

Braveone

June 22nd, 2011
12:44 pm

From the previous blog which had 1,377 comments, nolee led the way with 96 posts. There were 180 different poster names. Here are the Top 25:

Rank Poster Frequency

1 nolee 96
2 phil 80
3 cabravesfan 75
4 Tomahawkin 54
5 Salt life 45
6 Lew 39
7 McFann ;Ô; ;Ô; 34
8 jeffrey d 31
9 Powder Blue 30
10 Venice Jim 30
11 Jerry 29
12 Just Pateeeee 29
13 LTBF 28
14 bravesgrl4life 27
15 Dumbfound 22
16 Tomas 20
17 reckingball 20
18 Heath 19
19 flange1 19
20 groundfog 18
21 CaptainMudderland 17
22 T for Texas 16
23 Arkansas Transplant 15
24 BRAVES FAN IN NJ 15
25 Carroll Rogers 15

cabravesfan

June 22nd, 2011
12:47 pm

Do those numbers include fake Cab that showed up at the end of the last blog? :D

BFChris26

June 22nd, 2011
12:48 pm

If you guys don’t mind, could you guys pray for my brother. I know this isn’t a blog for religion, but he’s not doing so good right now. His heart has stopped beating a few times, they’re trying to keep his heart going. He’s been in hospital recently and he was getting better. I’m staying close to the phone.

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
12:49 pm

Thanks for the new Blog, Ms. Rogers! Good stuff about BMac and his brother. :)

Great stuff about the dreams, too! :lol: I’ve had my share of dreams where we’re going to a game and I realize that I forgot my Jersey and Hat and am at the park in my regular clothes, mad because now no one will know who I’m rooting for, or something like that… :P

Michael C.

June 22nd, 2011
12:50 pm

6th!! New Career High!!
Carol, Any hope of the Braves moving one of their Center Fielders and a young arm out for someone like Hunter Pence or Matt Kemp, especially with the salary that could be coming off the books for the Bravos next year???

Ease®

June 22nd, 2011
12:50 pm

Thoughts out to you and your brother Chris…

Around The Horn

June 22nd, 2011
12:50 pm

HOW ABOUT UGGLA FOR DUNN?

With the trade deadline not that far away now Frank, how about considering a Dan Uggla for Adam Dunn straight up trade?

For UGGLA surely must have bUGGedYA Frank, as he’s bUGGed just about every fan.

Keep in mind: Both DUNN AND UGGLA have struggled, both have similarly sized contracts, both are power hitters, and both are the same age.

Move Freeman to LF and let Dunn play 1B — with Prado returning to 2B.

In fact Dunn could even play in LF until Freeman got acclimated to this position. Then move Freddie back to 1B after Dunn’s tenure with the Braves is over.

But at this point most fans would undoubtedly prefer Dunn over Uggla. Wouldn’t you at this point too, Frank?

Moreover, Dunn would likely return to form if he got back in the NL and started playing in the field daily — and hitting once again against pitchers he’s familiar with.

Sweeten the deal with a marginal or even somewhat promising minor league prospect if you have to (or even eat a limited amount of cash), but do something creative like this Frank to “right” an Uggla ship that’s clearly been off course and sinking!

The Uggla experiment quite simply hasn’t worked. It’s time to be DUNN with it!

Bobby Hill

June 22nd, 2011
12:50 pm

The thing with injuries is that they can happen anywhere. Yes, its possible that a starting pitcher could go down and then the team would be in a pickle without Lowe. But an injury could just as easily occur to a lineup regular. What if Chipper goes down for an extended period. What if the team lost Freeman or Seasbass for the year.

I think the team is better equipped to deal with injuries to the starting rotation than with injuries to the everyday lineup.

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
12:50 pm

BFChris26

I’m so sorry!! :( He will be in my prayers, my friend.

cabravesfan

June 22nd, 2011
12:51 pm

BFChris26

It may not be a blog for religion, but it’s a blog where most of us care…thoughts to you, your brother, and your family.

Ease®

June 22nd, 2011
12:51 pm

McFann’s worst nightmare is showing up to the game with a Mauer jersey on.

Mixxo

June 22nd, 2011
12:52 pm

BFChris26 -

Thoughts are with you guy. :(

Bat Masterson

June 22nd, 2011
12:52 pm

It was a fairly quiet Sunday morning in the Braves clubhouse today, with one notable. _ Carroll

That’s it’s Wednesday?

Hillbilly

June 22nd, 2011
12:52 pm

Bethancourt has been promoted to Lynchburg. I would expect to see a few more promotions throughout the system soon as Rome, Lynchburg, and Mississippi come out of their All-Star breaks.

brian

June 22nd, 2011
12:53 pm

looking forward to seeing the return of Beachy today

DAP

June 22nd, 2011
12:53 pm

nolie, 96 posts on the past blog? thats not even close. give someone else a chance, will ya?

Lew

June 22nd, 2011
12:53 pm

Chris – Hope he gets better soon.

AtlYnkHtr

June 22nd, 2011
12:54 pm

RC (from previous blog), yes anything can happen, but less can happen when its July 31st. Anytime you trade a player you are risking it going bad, your guy turns out horrible and their guy turns out great. Its a risk no doubt.

If all we had were 5 MLB caliber starters then you might be right the risk outweighs the reward (which is tough to consider not knowing who we would get for Lowe). However, we have guys that for 7 or 8 starts in Aug/Sep could perform at maybe 80-90% of what Lowe will/can do. In the playoffs Beachy starting for 2 games instead of Lowe is probably the same thing 80-90% of the value for 2 games.

If one of our top pitchers does get hurt for a long time then the affect on our team would probably, by itself, push us out of the playoffs even if Lowe was still on the team.

ray k.

June 22nd, 2011
12:54 pm

Who is a player in the Braves organization to turn to for hitting instruction without a knowledgeable dad or brother? We should hire someone to provide that service. It seems important.

DAP

June 22nd, 2011
12:55 pm

BFChris, He is the Great Physician. We’ll pray for y’all.

AtlYnkHtr

June 22nd, 2011
12:55 pm

Bat, That is That It’s Wednesday and not That’s It’s Wednesday.

Bat Masterson

June 22nd, 2011
12:56 pm

BFChris26

Sorry about your brother, consider it done.

Kat

June 22nd, 2011
12:56 pm

Today my view is a little bit better….another hot one.

http://img585.imageshack.us/i/imag0199m.jpg/

BFChris26

June 22nd, 2011
12:58 pm

Thanks guys. We need all the prayer we can get. My Dad just called and said his heart is beating now, but still not out of the woods.

ray k.

June 22nd, 2011
12:58 pm

Around the horn,
Move Freeman to left field? That… doesn’t seem like such a great idea.

TnBrian

June 22nd, 2011
12:59 pm

BFChris26, sorry to read that. Just keep praying man.

Mixxo

June 22nd, 2011
12:59 pm

Enter your comments here

RC

June 22nd, 2011
12:59 pm

AtlYnkHtr,

How can you make the arguement that an injury to one of our pitchers would push us out of the playoffs, right after saying that we have 7 or 8 guys who can perform at at least 80%-90% of what Lowe can do? My thought was that we likely could afford to lose a pitcher, but once in the playoffs the difference between Lowe and Minor/Teheran/other is big enough that it could make a huge difference in a 5 or 7 game series.

Mixxo

June 22nd, 2011
1:00 pm

Bat Masterson

June 22nd, 2011
1:00 pm

Bat, That is That It’s Wednesday and not That’s It’s Wednesday. _ AtlYnkHtr

That’s what I get for teasing Carroll, and I don’t even have jet lag to blame it on. :smile:

bigchiefrg

June 22nd, 2011
1:01 pm

anyone have a link to the radio broadcast?

Gil In Mechanicsville

June 22nd, 2011
1:01 pm

Continuing with my goal to keep my name out of the top 25… Just wondering, think maybe we could take up a collection to send Uggla to the McCanns’ hitting school? Personally, I’m still in for the shock collar….

Okay, game time….

Bat Masterson

June 22nd, 2011
1:01 pm

Today my view is a little bit better….another hot one.

Sweet Kat_

You’re on a roll, maybe you should just stay in Atlanta.

ncscoots

June 22nd, 2011
1:02 pm

On TV it was very clear what is wrong with [Uggla's] swing, he just needs right person to get him to change it.

TV has the absolutely worst angle of viewing a hitter’s swing, if you’re trying to figure out what’s wrong with it. What you are seeing is the end result of whatever it was that actually went wrong. The ravages of the disease, as it were, not the underlying cause.

TnBrian

June 22nd, 2011
1:02 pm

Chip Caray feels it necessary to yell. Just CHILL Chip, it’s just a game. We can see what’s going on.

AtlYnkHtr

June 22nd, 2011
1:02 pm

BFChris26, If you are one that believes in the power of prayer and that there is something out there that can intercede in someone’s life to save them and that person would do it only if they get enough “prayers” from Earth, would it not be safe to say that this entity would be disappointed that you are on a braves blog site while praying yourself or instead of praying? And wouldn’t prayers be more valueable coming from his friends or family? Is there a metric Shaun can provide us that can measure the value of a prayer in relation to how well you know the person? Just wondering.

phil

June 22nd, 2011
1:02 pm

BFChris26 – done.

Peachy Beachy, eh? Jo Jo too….

We’ll see what happens…

When can we expect Uggly’s next day/week/forever off?

bigchiefrg

June 22nd, 2011
1:03 pm

Josh

June 22nd, 2011
1:03 pm

thanks Carroll. Do the Braves fly out today or tomorrow?

cabravesfan

June 22nd, 2011
1:04 pm

NCbrave

June 22nd, 2011
1:04 pm

We better beat Jo Jo Reyes, we all used to hate on this guy so hard. He flat out sucked as a Brave. This will be embarrassing if we lose to this guy.

Feeanch

June 22nd, 2011
1:05 pm

Around the horn, are you on crack?

Afan

June 22nd, 2011
1:06 pm

atlynkhtr:
Its called faith.

ray k.

June 22nd, 2011
1:06 pm

Blog gets combative in 3…2…1…

phil

June 22nd, 2011
1:06 pm

AtlYnkHtr….Is it necessary to be a bastard when someone is obviously in trouble? No, it isn’t.

What is wrong with you?

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
1:07 pm

Ease McFann’s worst nightmare is showing up to the game with a Mauer jersey on.

Haha! That’s true…

kwajbraves

June 22nd, 2011
1:07 pm

Below article on ESPN insider about EOF. Glad to know that EOF work is getting noticed by the media:

“Teammate Jonny Venters has overshadowed almost every other reliever in baseball this year, but O’Flaherty is quietly becoming a vital member of the Braves’ bullpen as well. His slider has always allowed him to neutralize left-handed batters, but by relying more heavily on a fastball (70.5 percent of his pitches this year) that he’s learned how to command down in the zone, he’s become more than just a specialist.

Among left-handed relievers in the NL, only Venters has faced more batters. He might not have the same jaw-dropping stuff, but O’Flaherty has given Fredi Gonzalez a second left-hander who can go full innings while keeping runs off the board, as his 1.38 ERA indicates. That flexibility has allowed the Braves to save George Sherrill for simple left-on-left matchups, giving Atlanta a significant edge in games that come down to a battle of the bullpens. While Venters is a near-lock to represent the National League, O’Flaherty deserves to make the trip as well.”

AtlYnkHtr

June 22nd, 2011
1:07 pm

RC, I was talking about an injury to JJ or Hanson. I dont believe we have guys in the minors that can approximate 80-90% of their value. Only Lowe. If JJ gets hurt or Hanson for a long period of time in Aug/Sep I think that might be too much to overcome with Mike Minor getting those starts. That was my point.

In the playoffs the difference is not between Lowe and Minor/Teheran it would Lowe and Beachy. I would argue that so far this year Beachy has been better. Now there is some arugement that he might not be in the playoffs because Lowe has been there before, which I do not totally discount. But again, dependent on what we are getting in return the risk of all this seems reasonable enough to me to take a chance on improving the offense.

Mixxo

June 22nd, 2011
1:07 pm

Lets Go LUUUUUGO!

Jimmy

June 22nd, 2011
1:08 pm

Made it for first pitch.
Go Braves!!!

BFChris26

June 22nd, 2011
1:08 pm

Honestly, I’m posting to keep my mind busy/at ease as I await news either way. I’m definitely a firm believer in faith and power of prayer.

BFChris26

June 22nd, 2011
1:09 pm

Come on Braves and can’t wait to see what Lugo can do.

bravesgrl4life

June 22nd, 2011
1:10 pm

BFChris, will defintely keep your brother and your family in my prayers. Like CAB said, while the blog isn’t for religion, most of us are caring people and do so for the members of this blog.

ray k.

June 22nd, 2011
1:10 pm

I think this is why religion was outlawed by DOB in favor of BBQ’s.

Mixxo

June 22nd, 2011
1:10 pm

ESCO!

…with the passion & urgency! ♥

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
1:10 pm

BFChris26

Most of us are with you! :)

TnBrian

June 22nd, 2011
1:11 pm

Damn. Beachy is rusty.

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
1:11 pm

Wait…shouldn’t that be a WP? No stolen base…

jones boys, no relation

June 22nd, 2011
1:11 pm

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
1:11 pm

Heck, I’llæI’ll even settle for a PB! Just NO STOLEN BASE!!!

BFChris26

June 22nd, 2011
1:12 pm

BBQ :-)

Thanks McFann and bravesgrl4life and everyone else!

Ralph

June 22nd, 2011
1:12 pm

Why do infielders and outfielders needto be rested so often, how many years did Cal Ripken play without missing a game?

RC

June 22nd, 2011
1:12 pm

AtlYnkHtr,

Fair point about the talent difference between JJ/Hanson and Lowe. I am not sure I agree with the assessment, but I do agree with your logic based on the assessment of those players as you see it.

cabravesfan

June 22nd, 2011
1:12 pm

McFann-

Yunel was running on the pitch…

richbrave

June 22nd, 2011
1:12 pm

So has Jo-Jo the dog-faced boy abandoned his circus side-show act and become a real ml pitcher? Seeing is believin’. Let’s go ball in play.

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
1:12 pm

He woulda been thrown out had the ball gone to BMac! NO STOLEN BASE!!!

freddy

June 22nd, 2011
1:12 pm

U go lugo…great move.

phil

June 22nd, 2011
1:12 pm

Any “play by play” we can get this p.m. would be greatly appreciated! No access to tube or radio….tx in advance…

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
1:12 pm

cabravesfan

I don’t CARE!!!!

RC

June 22nd, 2011
1:13 pm

Why do infielders and outfielders needto be rested so often, how many years did Cal Ripken play without missing a game?

Yeah, but players could take greenies then :)

BFChris26

June 22nd, 2011
1:13 pm

Beachy probably gonna have a rough few innings (1st and 2nd) and then settle in.

Bat Masterson

June 22nd, 2011
1:13 pm

Wait…shouldn’t that be a WP? No stolen base…

I think you could make a good argument for it McFann, but no matter it’s a stolen base.

Random

June 22nd, 2011
1:13 pm

LTBF (June 22nd, 2011 12:00 pm): “My God Fredi has LUGO in lineup, he was only hitting .231 at G BRAVES. there is nothing wrong with A-GON, WHAT IS WRONG WITH FREDI G? Years ago LUGO was not very good with RED SOX. FREDI MUST BE IN LOVE WITH HIM.”

Nothing wrong with “A-GON”?

CR (6:23 pm June 21, 2011): ” Alex Gonzalez has started every game but three this season and has had one day off during this stretch of 16 consecutive games for the Braves. Gonzalez was considering making that two days off before the stretch reaches 16 straight on Wednesday. He’s thinking about giving Lugo his first start on Wednesday afternoon in the series finale against Toronto and giving Gonzalez back-to-back days of rest with Thursday’s off day.”

You can give yer ALLCAPS a rest now.

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
1:13 pm

No problem, BFChris! :)

TnBrian

June 22nd, 2011
1:14 pm

Chip tries to be the perfect announcer. To me, it’s ok for somebody to slip up. It makes them more relatable and human.

jones boys, no relation

June 22nd, 2011
1:14 pm

cabravesfan

June 22nd, 2011
1:14 pm

McFann-

I was a little surprised they ruled it a stolen base, but breathe, girl! :D

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
1:14 pm

Bat M.

“Official Scorer” hates BMac…

Two good stops by him already, though…

bravesgrl4life

June 22nd, 2011
1:14 pm

Hey, Beach, leave Yunel out there at second and that base hit is forgiven.

jones boys, no relation

June 22nd, 2011
1:15 pm

chip is terrible
pure and simple

AtlYnkHtr

June 22nd, 2011
1:15 pm

RC, got it. Difference of opinion. I would take the chance myself.

jones boys, no relation

June 22nd, 2011
1:15 pm

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
1:16 pm

cabravesfan

I can’t…now there’s a knot in my throat. :evil:

Ball BOUNCED before it got to the plate! Bengie Molina could take second on that bad boy!!

Jimmy

June 22nd, 2011
1:16 pm

0-2. Don’t let him off the hook.

Mixxo

June 22nd, 2011
1:16 pm

cabravesfan

June 22nd, 2011
1:16 pm

I love that Mac’s got his sunglasses on under his mask. Looks kinda bad-ass :D

ray k.

June 22nd, 2011
1:16 pm

Lugo translation: (n. A kind of linen).

I was hoping for something more exciting.

Bat Masterson

June 22nd, 2011
1:17 pm

Bat M.—

“Official Scorer” hates BMac…

The radio guys said the pitcher could throw it in the stands, but if the runner is going its a stolen base, period.

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
1:17 pm

cabravesfan

Yeah, he’s been doing that this year. :cool:

cabravesfan

June 22nd, 2011
1:17 pm

McFann-

It not only bounced way in front of the plate, after it skipped off Mac’s glove it went into the seats…kinda impressive, actually ;)

jones boys, no relation

June 22nd, 2011
1:17 pm

leadoff knock and then sets 3 down with ks

solid

kwajbraves

June 22nd, 2011
1:17 pm

What I like about Beachy is that is going after hitters. This kid got game.

AtlYnkHtr

June 22nd, 2011
1:17 pm

Phil, the last joke may have been bastardish, but the main point was a real one.

ncscoots

June 22nd, 2011
1:18 pm

Damn. Beachy is rusty.

Struck out the side, swinging on all three. If that’s rust, keep him away from the WD-40.

McFann :Ô: :Ô:

June 22nd, 2011
1:18 pm

Bat M.

That is the STUPIDEST rule I’ve ever heard of…

:evil:

shmoe

June 22nd, 2011
1:18 pm

beachy back with a bang

Jimmy

June 22nd, 2011
1:19 pm

ray k. – Spell it backwards. Ogul – Moutain Bighorn Sheep.

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