Chipper has knee ’scoped; Hanson handles Triple-A lineup

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – Chipper Jones and Dr. Marvin Royster convened Monday for another knee surgery on the Braves third baseman, who had a successful arthroscopic procedure for torn meniscus and hopes to be back for the April 13 home opener against Milwaukee.

“So far, so good,” Jones said in a text message to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “A little groggy.”

It was the sixth knee surgery for Jones, who announced last week he would retire after the 2012 season, his 19th in the majors. The future Hall of Famer, who’ll be 40 next month, has played his entire career with the Braves and is the only switch-hitter in major league history with at least a .300 average and 450 home runs.

Jones injured his left knee during a stretching drill on Thursday, only about an hour before a previously scheduled press conference in which he announced this would be his final season as a player. He returned to Atlanta for the surgery.

“Brutal,” Braves backup catcher David Ross said of the timing of the injury. “I feel bad for the guy.”

Jones said after Monday’s surgery he should be able to resume baseball activities next week and planned to accompany the team on its season-opening trip to New York and Houston. The Braves open against the Mets on April 5.

Last summer he had arthroscopic surgery for torn meniscus in his right knee, which forced him to miss the All-Star game after he was selected for the seventh time. He returned to the lineup 17 days after that surgery.

Jones has twice had major reconstructive surgery on his left knee after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament as a rookie in 1994 and again in 2010. Royster did both of those surgeries and the other, less-invasive procedures.

Hanson handles Triple-A lineup

With the Braves off Monday, Tommy Hanson pitched five strong innings against an Astros Triple-A team, allowing two hits and one run with no walks in six strikeouts. He threw 69 pitches in his fourth start since returning from a Grade 1 concussion that kept him out of the first 10 days of spring training workouts.

It was the only off day of the Grapefruit League schedule for the Braves, who have eight games left in Florida before they break camp and return to Atlanta for an exhibition game against their top prospects April 3 at Triple-A Gwinnett County’s Coolray Field.

The Braves plan to start an undisclosed minor league pitcher in Tuesday’s Grapefruit League game against the Mets, since they don’t want to use a starting pitcher who’ll appear in the first regular-season series.

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Puma

March 26th, 2012
6:14 pm

Do you think Chipper sends Dr. Royster a Christmas card every year?

Norcross

March 26th, 2012
6:27 pm

Roja

March 26th, 2012
6:51 pm

I have a friend (age 57) who is having a torn meniscus repaired in both knees this Thursday. His doctor assures him he can go back to work driving his lawn maintenance truck on Monday. Maybe Chipper needs ti change doctors??

Skippy Dupre'

March 26th, 2012
6:53 pm

Chippy go back to see his old pal, Doc Marvin. Skippy say: Chip – you see this enough…can’t you do this by yourself?

Good to see Tommy-Tom back on the mound. Sounds like he did good against the boys who aren’t good enough to make the Astros. Just don’t you be driving the car no more. Skippy say: Tommy-Tom – take a taxi.

Tim

March 26th, 2012
6:54 pm

yeah, Roja, because driving a truck is so much like playing major league baseball?

Larry

March 26th, 2012
7:07 pm

Roja,

Surely you’re aware of Chipper’s documented lack of desire to run out ground balls…indeed, sir, he has an image to protect!

RHR

March 26th, 2012
7:07 pm

Because playing baseball and driving a truck are totally alike as far as physical exertion goes.

:roll:

Get well soon, Chipper!

SSIgator

March 26th, 2012
7:09 pm

“Tommy Hanson pitched five strong innings against an Astros Triple-A team, allowing two hits and one run with no walks in six strikeouts”

Wow. You combine this with JJ throwing well against a SS from the Astros the other day and it is easy to see why the fans believe this is the year for the Braves to win another World Series. I am certainly impressed.

Skippy Dupre'

March 26th, 2012
7:09 pm

Skippy say: I don’t care who drive the lawn-man truck, as long as not Tommy-Tom !!!!

Caseyatthebat

March 26th, 2012
7:11 pm

Oh look, fellas! Another knowledgeable Braves fan. Hi, Skippy Do Pee. Now put it back in your pants and go eat your supper.

dawg4u

March 26th, 2012
7:11 pm

We need for Chipper to get healthy for his farewell tour season. I would love to see the over/under for the number of games Chipper actually plays in this season.

Who me?

March 26th, 2012
7:12 pm

Still not on the bandwagon this season, can’t seem to understand why.

SSIgator

March 26th, 2012
7:14 pm

“Jones injured his left knee during a stretching drill on Thursday”

I guess this pretty much rules out Gimper trying for any ball that is not hit right to him at 3rd base this year. Oh, wait. He has not done that the last few years anyway.

Gil In Mechanicsville

March 26th, 2012
7:23 pm

Roja I had the same procedure done in 2005, I have not recovered from it yet… Surgery is a crap shoot, good for some, for other, not so great… That said, Chipper knows the risk.

Caseyatthebat

March 26th, 2012
7:23 pm

Larry. Since you’re one of only a handful of bloggers here that have a knowledge of the game ( albeit with a borderline manic Fruiti mind set ) I have to ask you if you really discredit the accomplishments of Chipper Jones. Even with his lost time last year he still ranked very high in production among other third basemen. Objectivity please.

Basstringerfish

March 26th, 2012
7:30 pm

Come on people… Really? You guys need to go to Philly and boo Santa. I don’t care what anyone says, I for one have enjoyed every year of his career – look forward to this one – and will be applauding whenever he enters the HOF… Most of you here so far have no idea what it’s like to play a season when you’re healthy much less banged up – and the guy hits 18 home runs last year? Chipper was not the reason we didn’t make the playoffs last year… Lord.
Get well soon Chipper. More folks appreciate you than the vocal minority that posts here…

fidd sinch

March 26th, 2012
7:46 pm

retire NOW, Larry.

cowdogit

March 26th, 2012
7:54 pm

You can’t blame Chipper for hanging around for fifteen million of the fans money. I think Bobby Cox made the decision to sign an aging star to a long term contract. Bobby took care of his pet at the fans expense!!!

sid

March 26th, 2012
7:56 pm

well he’s not working for the Peace Corps…he’s making millions of dollars.

TPic

March 26th, 2012
7:57 pm

Basstringerfish – “Chipper was not the reason we didn’t make the playoffs last year…”. It’s sad when fans can’t see the truth. During the final two weeks of the season (in which Atlanta went 3-11), Jones batted .172 (10/58) with 15 Ks. A leader would have said that he should have done more down the stretch. And all this hero could do was blame the shortfalls of the young pitchers. Pathetic.

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
7:58 pm

Hello cowdogit I see you are still whining

dawg4u

March 26th, 2012
7:59 pm

My best friend made a bet with me. If Chipper plays in 120 games then I will get his Braves season tickets for 2013 and 2014 but if not then he gets my 2 Falcon season tickets for 2013 and 2014. Of course this assumes we both will still be around for the next two years. I made the bet knowing that he probably has a better chance of winning it than I do but what the heck – I’m getting to the point where it’s more fun and less hassle to watch the Falcons on tv anyway plus Chipper could actually be ready to be a real grinder in his last season. I just hope he doesn’t try to stretch any singles into doubles or have to dive for a lot of balls this season.

Fastball

March 26th, 2012
8:11 pm

Chipper returns as player/manager.

Basstringerfish

March 26th, 2012
8:15 pm

Tpic…while I respect dissenting opinions, I will not lay the blame to the crash on Chipper. You should look it up too…how many games did we lead going into the 8th or 9th? All we needed were 2 wins somewhere… And while we are at it, I personally blame our starting pitching in the middle of he season…they did not go deep enough into the game to allow the relievers any chance to catch up…Freddie could have gotten someone else into the games for sure, but our starting pitching not going deep for too many games in a row, in my opinion, was the root cause of the collapse of the back end of the pen.
To be sure, and to your point, there was enough blame…and I should have stuck to my original thought, which was to say Chipper is more than he is being given credit at this time…

Basstringerfish

March 26th, 2012
8:18 pm

And I never -ever-said he was a hero…my dad is a hero.

smallmouth6

March 26th, 2012
8:20 pm

DOB, If nothing else, can at least make it mandatory to see how old some of the commentators are on this blog?

fordcobra

March 26th, 2012
8:21 pm

fastball@
Please!!!

bobby

March 26th, 2012
8:24 pm

Freddi sat at the elbow of the greatest of all time at overworking his relief ptichers. Bobby Cox taught him well.

Alaska Braves Fan

March 26th, 2012
8:25 pm

One peculiarly American predisposition is the need to BLAME someone whenever things don’t go just the way we want the to go. Particularly in a game like baseball, that seems to me a particularly fruitless pursuit. One can examine CAUSES, but it seems entirely unlikely that any Brave intentionally blew it last fall. Supporting the team will produce better results than damning team members. Honey/vinegar, eh?

ABF

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
8:27 pm

Whats wrong with that fordcobra?

JNick

March 26th, 2012
8:30 pm

@SSIgator, what drives you to troll on here? Don’t you have some teenagers to go bully, or something more productive to contribute to society than your excessive negativity? Granted, we all have freedom of speech, but couldn’t you use yours in a better way?

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
8:32 pm

Well said JNick

Randall

March 26th, 2012
8:41 pm

JNick

March 26th, 2012
8:51 pm

Interesting stats…

Braves 2011 –
With Chipper: 67-60 (.527)
Without Chipper: 22-13 (.628)

Braves 2010 –
With Chipper: 55-40 (.579)
Without Chipper: 36-31 (.537)

2011 difference? Chipper missed most of his time when Dan Uggla was red hot….in 2010, he missed quite a bit more time – Prado, Heyward, Infante, etc kinda picked up the slack, but not enough. Uggla is that equilizer. I think 2012 will depend on how Uggla does…with or without Chipper.

Bill in VA

March 26th, 2012
8:57 pm

Good observation, JNick……….

SSIgator

March 26th, 2012
9:14 pm

JNick, Samantha, ET all -

Hey guys, if you want to bask in the past glory days that will be part of of the Gimper Farewell Tour in 2012 that is up to you. Was he a great player at one time? Sure. Has he stayed too long like most athletes that think they still have it? Yes. Me? I have been going to Braves games since the early 70’s. Watched Hank at Fulton Co. Stadium hit #714 and then #715 on a Monday night. All of the BS that is associated with what should be a ball club dedicated to putting a product on the field that the fans can be proud of and really get behind, instead of worrying about their bottom line has long been gone. If you want to pretend all is coming up roses the way the Braves are going, then have at it. Just because I do not subscribe to that line of thinking should not be of any concern to you. You guys have your opinions and I (and others of similar view) have ours.

P-Man

March 26th, 2012
9:18 pm

I, for one, am ready for the season to start, and I will root for my Braves, win or lose. If Chipper plays, I will root for him to do well. If he doesn’t, I will root for his replacement. I hope every pitcher has an ERA of 0.00, and every hitter bats 1.000. Of course it won’t happen, but that’s what I root for. Notice I say “hope” and “root” for not expect. I expect the pitchers and hitters to do about what they have done in the past. If they do that, the Braves will have a great season.

Go Braves!

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
9:18 pm

IF you are going to be so derogatory, Why dont you just pick another team. My braves are headed to the WS championship

SSIgator

March 26th, 2012
9:24 pm

Samantha -

So by your own definition, the only TRUE Braves fan is a positive one? Don’t know how old you are darlin’, but you either need to take off the rose colored glasses or quit drinking the Kool-Aid – or both.

Jockich Ahn Smelley, II

March 26th, 2012
9:26 pm

Chipper moves like a 70 year old now……make that 80 years old with the scope!! I’m relieved knowing that Hanson handled the AAA squad……..whewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
9:30 pm

No rose colored glasses and no Koolaid. Answer question I am 19. Come on and get on my party train to victory. The women are hot, The beer is cold and we are going to celebrate with the victory. If you want on my train you are very welcome but if you dont then go have fun with the losing Phillies. Be Patient and positive.

JNick

March 26th, 2012
9:33 pm

Fans support their team, they don’t act negative 100% of the time, b*tching, whining and complaining – like Samantha said, why don’t you go root for the Phillies/Cardinals/Giants/Yankees…while I have my doubts about certain aspects of the team, I express my views in a way that doesn’t cut down or name-call players. I’ve had my opinions (thinking the prospects aren’t ready to start, belief that Medlen should be a starter vs under-used in the bullpen, lingering belief/worry regarding JJ’s knee and his confidence in that) – but I’m not going to dump a bag of dog crap on them and start name calling like a 13 year old. Sad that someone your age isn’t more of an adult, capable of constructive conversation. Granted, you are one step above much of the mindless, childish, spelling/grammar devoid posts on here that make me cringe, but…it’s a small step :)

Steve

March 26th, 2012
9:35 pm

Why don’t the Braves have a decent option for left field when Chipper is out? A Hinske/Diaz combo won’t work. Wonder what Frank Wren did to address this issue during the off-season?

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
9:35 pm

Sounds like JNick wants on my party train

JNick

March 26th, 2012
9:36 pm

The value of someone like Chipper goes beyond stats and performance on the field. He’s a mentor – he has a wealth of knowledge, whether it is in helping Heyward regain his swing/confidence, to pointing out situations (or tendencies) to a hitter/pitcher….

jerry

March 26th, 2012
9:39 pm

I’ve been waiting to get on the bandwagon until I was sure they could handle the Yankees. The Hanson stint did it. I’m on.

JNick

March 26th, 2012
9:40 pm

Steve, unfortunately, the payroll cap that Liberty Media gives Wren to work with is limited – options were explored, and I’m sure contracts or trades were offered/proposed. I think they had Prado penciled in to start in LF for 90% of the season, everyone expected Chipper would be healthy. Sure, they could have gone and signed someone, or traded Prado for Seth Smith or Adam Jones…but then who would we have at 3B when Chipper went down? You’d be on here complaining that we didn’t have a good backup plan for 3B.
I’m excited that Prado seems to be back to his 2010 form. He’s not trying to pull everything or hit it over the fence – he’s got the mindset to take everything opposite-field and be a true #2 hitter.

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
9:40 pm

How mqany of you goodlooking men want on my party?

SSIgator

March 26th, 2012
9:41 pm

Samantha -

I thought so (about you being a young and impressionable girl) but I am sure you know this Sam – the last time the Braves won the WS, you were two years old. And after that? The Braves dumped the players that were responsible for getting them that ring. At the rate they are going now, check back in when you are, let’s say, thirty-nine. They may be getting close by then. The Atlanta Braves – Do Less With More.

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
9:41 pm

JNick

March 26th, 2012
9:44 pm

Also, Diaz is in much better shape this year and I think he’ll do just fine. If Uggla, McCann, Freeman and ESPECIALLY Heyward can hit like they are capable, I think the offense will be fine. I’m worried about defense at SS with Pastornicky – I almost think Simmons would be a better option at this point, especially with the groundball pitchers we have (Hudson, Venters, etc).

SSIgator

March 26th, 2012
9:47 pm

JNick -

“Fans support their team, they don’t act negative 100% of the time”

I do support my team and I don’t act negative 100% of the time, but don’t pee down my back and tell me that it is raining.

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
9:50 pm

For your information what year did they win. I was born Oct 1992. I really dont understand if you love your braves like TRUE brave fans do. You wouldnt be crying in your beer. So relax man. Have another cold one Wrap your arms around a goodlooking woman and lets have patience and go all the way to the promised.land.

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
9:53 pm

Come on Jerry the train is waiting for you

phil

March 26th, 2012
9:57 pm

Fans can support their teams any ole way they wish….

It’s a blog, people. Calm down with the self- righteousness.

JNick

March 26th, 2012
10:01 pm

Phil, being negative goes against the definition of “support”…

As I said, freedom of speech is your right…but really, what’s the point of coming here to bash and be negative? Has nothing to do with being self-righteous…it’s just pointless (and annoying, frankly) behavior.

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
10:01 pm

Hi Uncle Phil How are you? Do you want on my train?

phil

March 26th, 2012
10:02 pm

October 1992.

Most exciting single sports play I’ve ever seen in my life happened then.

Cabrerra singles to left, 2 runs score, Braves go to the WS.

That play still gives me chills.

phil

March 26th, 2012
10:04 pm

I’m good but no trains for me. I’m way too ornery for that.

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
10:05 pm

Amen JNick A man with patience and confidence. That is rare.

phil

March 26th, 2012
10:05 pm

JNick – the folks like you annoy ME. Mind your own damn business, why don’t you, and all will be well.

Steve

March 26th, 2012
10:07 pm

JNick,
I don’t think Diaz is an answer. From what I read, the players themselves are wondering if a move is going to be made. I too, don’t think Pastornicky can cut it defensively. We will be left with Jack Wilson at SS. If Wilson plays, there are three holes in the line-up, SS, LF, and the pitcher. Going to be hard to overcome.

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
10:07 pm

Thanks for believing in me Uncle Phil. I know you know what I am talking about.

phil

March 26th, 2012
10:07 pm

You guys get some more years on you and worry about showing patience and confidence in your professional and family lives and you’ll go a long way.

Worrying about sports fans that like to vent, even in sophmoric and angry fashion, is just silly unless said fans go waaaay over the line.

JNick

March 26th, 2012
10:08 pm

It’s a GAME folks…crying and being negative doesn’t generate wins (neither does being overly positive, but it’s healthier all around). SSIgator, you should have applied for the GM position – or at least started at a lower level position and worked your way up. You seem passionate about the team getting better, what better way than to put your ideas to work? I’m sure a resume` full of 1-liners like “watched Braves since 70s” and “saw Hank’s record tying/breaking HRs go out” would have gotten you a job in the front office. They probably would have hired you just based on your glowing personality :)

SSIgator

March 26th, 2012
10:09 pm

JNick -

“The value of someone like Chipper goes beyond stats and performance on the field. He’s a mentor – he has a wealth of knowledge”

I will have to give you that one. He does know just about all one could possibly know about Hooters girls and divorce attorneys. He could be an invaluable party-planner for the Braves road trips. Oh, and it is rumored that he can also hit a baseball – as long as a wild-card slot (0-5 last game, last season) isn’t riding on it.

phil

March 26th, 2012
10:09 pm

You’ll be fine, S….

Keep your eyes on what matters and it will all work out.

TheOnlyBravesFan

March 26th, 2012
10:10 pm

Good evening folks, got back from my high school baseball game, what’s cracking?

Here’s to Chipper for his final year.

phil

March 26th, 2012
10:10 pm

SSIgator = imbecile

Steve

March 26th, 2012
10:13 pm

S SIgator,
Have you read Chipper’s stats? A lifetime .300 hitter. Why are you busting on him?

JNick

March 26th, 2012
10:14 pm

@Steve,
I think it was a damned if you do, damned if you don’t type of off-season. Trade chips like Prado and Jurrjens had their own issues – low trade value being #1. I would still vote for a Jurrjens/Swisher trade if it could be swung, somehow. Had we swung a trade for a corner outfielder (i.e., for Prado) in the offseason, then Chipper gets hurt – what would the options have been at 3rd? Wilson? Turdo?
Then consider the other trade possibility – Jurrjens for an OF….AND then Chipper is healthy and plays 140 games….now what do you do with a healthy/productive Prado? Do you platoon him with whoever you traded Jurrjens for? 4 man outfield rotation?
I’m for Simmons over Jack Wilson, if it comes down to defense…

JNick

March 26th, 2012
10:16 pm

“I do support my team and I don’t act negative 100% of the time” – SSIgator

I’m calling bullsh!t on that one, chief…

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
10:17 pm

Uncle Phil Another man with patience and confidence. WOW thats 2. I must be doing something right. Sure cant catch SSlgator.

phil

March 26th, 2012
10:17 pm

Steve
March 26th, 2012
10:13 pm

S SIgator,
Have you read Chipper’s stats? A lifetime .300 hitter. Why are you busting on him?

*****
a brain the size of a pebble is my best guess.

Iwas5n95

March 26th, 2012
10:17 pm

Chipper has given this city so much he is not the reason that we missed the playoffs. How about we get behind this team and give them some momentuim.

Steve

March 26th, 2012
10:19 pm

JNick,
I too would trade Jurrjens for Swisher, but with doubts about JJ’s health, it won’t happen. Trading Prado is not an option either. However, trading some young pitchers is an option. The Braves cannot stand pat. I agree. I would also play Simmons over Wilson. Probably not going to happen.

Ball's-N-All

March 26th, 2012
10:22 pm

Just think the BRAVES could’ve signed Cody Ross CHEAP!!He is killing the baseball right now for the YANKS..GO BRAVES

JNick

March 26th, 2012
10:24 pm

Steve,
Trade deadline could be interesting. Not sure I’d trade the kids yet, but if JJ puts up a strong 1st half, and the Yankees pitching plans (Pettitte, Garcia, Hughes) don’t pan out, it could happen. I’ll admit, I was a little disappointed to see Carlos Quentin go to the Padres – I was hoping the Braves could pick him up – but rumor was that the Sox wanted Beachy +1 for him…

SSIgator

March 26th, 2012
10:24 pm

JNick, phil, Samantha, Steve, etc.-

The line for the Kool-Aid forms to the right. No pushing. The Braves management will make sure there is plenty for all. Plus, you each get a new pair of rose-colored sunglasses for the 2012 season. They don’t want you to be seen on TV crying during the Gimper’s Farewell Tour. Remember, there is no crying in baseball.

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
10:25 pm

Ross is not a yakee. Get your story right before you run your mouth

TheOnlyBravesFan

March 26th, 2012
10:27 pm

Cody Ross a Yankee? He’s with the Red Sox

JNick

March 26th, 2012
10:28 pm

Ross signed with the Red Sox…

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
10:29 pm

IF THERE is no crying in baseball , why are you doing all the whining. We all got confidencf in our team. What is the matter with you? You cant stand the fact that a young woman has more patience than you do

David O'Brien

March 26th, 2012
10:36 pm

The line for the Kool-Aid forms to the right. No pushing. The Braves management will make sure there is plenty for all. Plus, you each get a new pair of rose-colored sunglasses for the 2012 season. SSIgator

Congrats, you got two of the blog’s easiest, most overused cliches into your first three sentences. Well done. (But just for future use, it’s rose-colored glasses, not rose-colored sunglasses.)

sometimesiwonder

March 26th, 2012
10:38 pm

@ Samantha…….Hope you are feeling better tonight. What’s a price for a ticket on the train ride????? I’ll take a trip to the world series to watch my Braves send Chipper out in style!!!!

Ball's-N-All

March 26th, 2012
10:39 pm

Look Little Girl!! if you are above TENN. to me you are a YANKEE..! and i can run my mouth as much as i please tyvm..He plays for the BOSTON RED SOXS,,,an yes they are YANKS…by the way part of my comment did not post…the part about him being with the SOXS…

Steve

March 26th, 2012
10:44 pm

JNick,
I don’t think the Braves can wait until the trade deadline to make a move.
By the way S SIgator, I do not think the Braves GM is above average. Would love to see him replaced.

SSIgator

March 26th, 2012
10:45 pm

DOB -

Don’t give up hope. I am going for the tri-fecta next time. BTW, I have it on good authority that this year the Braves management will issue rose-colored sunglasses for the few day games that they play (the way the game was meant to be played) because they add a nice hue to the green grass.

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
10:46 pm

sometimesiwonder. No charge buddy I got the hot women and tjhe cold beer. We going to ride this train to victory. Come on along. Answer your question as long as I take my pain pills better, just wish I could get out of this bed.

Simpson's Homer

March 26th, 2012
10:47 pm

Hey Samantha! Glad to see that you’re battling all of the negativity and hostility! GO BRAVES!!!

JNick

March 26th, 2012
10:47 pm

Wow, even DOB chimed in. Awesome :)

I’m not even sure where to start with “Ball’s”…lol

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
10:47 pm

Balls N All I am below Tenn. Thank you very much

sometimesiwonder

March 26th, 2012
10:50 pm

Samantha. had a long day at the baseball field today (my son plays HS baseball – now I’m telling my age!!) 5:30 is coming quickly. Again, hope you begin to feel better and stay positive. It’s a refreshing change to most of the doom and gloom on here!!!! Save me a seat on the train!! Signing off so you have a good night…

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
10:51 pm

Hey simpson buddy, Im hanging in there Just wish I could get out of this bed

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
10:51 pm

good nite buddy

Steve

March 26th, 2012
10:52 pm

Hey Ball N All,
I was born in Michigan, but have spent most of my life in the South. Does that make me a Yankee, a Southerner, a Southern Yankee, or a Yankee Southerner/

hawesg

March 26th, 2012
10:52 pm

What’s the difference between the Astros regular lineup and a AAA lineup? I mean if it’s the Astros AAA lineup does that make it a AA lineup?

Simpson's Homer

March 26th, 2012
10:55 pm

Goodnight, Samantha…….

Samantha

March 26th, 2012
10:57 pm

Thanks everyone . gone to buy my WS tickets Good nite all

Ball's-N-All

March 26th, 2012
10:59 pm

Steve your like me a DAMN YANKEE those are the one that come to the south then stay….Yes i was born up NORTH LOL…but i was young and dont remember though..

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