Braves beat Rockies 13-9 on another big comeback

DENVER – The Braves trailed 4-0 after one inning and 6-0 after two on Saturday night. So they had the Colorado Rockies right where they wanted them.

For the third time in four days, the Braves overcame a huge early deficit and won, scoring nine runs in the sixth and seventh innings of a 13-9 victory at Coors Field that assured a series win. They’ll go for a sweep in Sunday’s series finale.

Matt Diaz and Jason Heyward hit back-to-back homers off Jamie Moyer to start the sixth inning and ignite an offensive outburst from the Braves, who got three hits and five RBIs from Chipper Jones and showed again that falling behind by a wide margin only seems to light their fire, not get them down.

“We came out this year and bounced back after [losing] our first four games,” said Diaz, who had three of the Braves’ 14 hits. “Now you know that we can bounce back in the middle of a game. We prefer not to, but we know we can if we have to.

“It’s really fun. The offense is clicking right now. The pitching is still our strength, and as they start going deeper in games it really could be a fun stretch for us.”

Heyward said, “We kept chipping way and chipping away, then we got to deliver some big blows.”

The Braves overcame 6-0 and 12-8 deficits in a 15-13, 11-inning win against Philadelphia on Wednesday, and rallied after trailing 5-0 in the first inning to win 9-8 in 11 innings of Friday’s series opener with Colorado.

On Saturday, the outscored the Rockies 13-3 after the second inning. Manager Fredi Gonzalez said he didn’t take two aspirin the way he has during previous comebacks. Not that he’s getting used to it or anything.

“No, I’m not used to it,” he said, smiling. “Just numb.”

The Braves overcame the odds again, rallying for a win that reduced starter Mike Minor’s performance to a footnote. The left-hander got lit up for 10 hits and eight runs in five innings in his first start at Coors Field, including a first-inning grand slam by Michael Cuddyer and a long, two-run homer by Wilin Rosario.

“What’d we spot them, five runs yesterday and six today?” Gonzalez said. “That’s not good. But I think today Mike got a taste of Coors Field…. Hopefully this is a big step in his maturity and learning as a young pitcher.”

Minor discovered what so many other pitchers have before him about the high cost of pitches left high in the strike zone, at a ballpark known for double-digit runs and balls that sail in the thin mountain air.

“I’ve heard a lot of stories about it, and tonight was the first time I’ve thrown here,”  Minor said. “Whenever the ball’s hit in the air, there’s always a chance [it’s going out]. Those balls tonight were no-doubters. I throw a lot of straight balls, four-seamers. Here, that’s not a good thing.”

The game was delayed for 69 minutes in the bottom of the eighth after a brief but strong storm that brought hail, heavy rain and high winds,

Yes, it was a memorable night.

Diaz hit his sixth-inning homer an estimated 422 feet, and Heyward followed by scorching his 455 feet over the center-field fence. The Braves scored five runs in the inning to tie, including a two-run single by Jones, whose five RBIs matched his career high that he’s now done 18 times.

One inning later, Heyward hit a mammoth fly ball down the right-field line that drew oohs and ahhs from the crowd, which waited for the umpire to rule fair or foul. It was ruled foul, but after the Braves asked for it to be reviewed, the umpires convened and decided to get another look in the replay room behind home plate.

The call was upheld.

“I’m probably the only one that had the best view from my bat to going out,” said Heyward, who was sure the call should have been fair ball. “I had it fair, going up and around the pole. But we just asked them [to review it]. If you can’t tell, you can’t tell.

“I looked at [a replay] during the rain delay. It was for sure, exactly what I thought – it went over and then kind of went behind it. That’s all right. We still scored, got on base, did our business, put up some more runs. Very important.”

Heyward drew a walk and one out later, pinch-hitter Martin Prado was hit by a pitch to load the bases. Michael Bourn walked to give the Braves their first lead, 9-8, and Jones followed with another two-run single as Braves fans in the crowd chanted “Let’s go, Chi-pper.”

Freddie Freeman added a sacrifice fly as the Braves pushed their lead to 12-8. At that point they had outscored the Rockies 12-2 since the second inning.

On Friday, the Braves out-hit the Rockies 19-4 after the first inning.

Jones had three hits in each of the three comeback wins in the past four days, totaling nine RBIs in those games. The Braves improved to 13-2 when their 40-year-old third baseman is in the starting lineup.

They are 4-9 when Jones isn’t in the lineup, including a 4-0 loss Thursday against Philadelphia when the Braves mustered three hits off Joe Blanton, who pitched a complete game.

It was a rare night when Jones wasn’t the oldest player on the field – and not by a long shot. The 49-year-old Moyer became the oldest pitcher in major league history to win a game when he beat San Diego on April 17.

The left-hander had a 3.06 ERA with one homer allowed in three home starts before Saturday, when he worked out of a few tight spots in the early innings before the Braves broke through.

The Braves got an unearned run when Carlos Gonzalez dropped Freeman’s fly ball in the third inning, and two runs in the fifth when Minor had a leadoff single – his fourth hit and first this season – and Jones doubles him in one out later. Brian McCann added an RBI single in the inning as the Braves cut the lead to 6-3.

Rosario, who had two homers, took Minor deep with a runner on in the fifth to push the lead back to five. But the Braves were just getting started, and their offense flowed after the Diaz and Heyward homers.

Moyer left after Tyler Pastornicky followed Heyward’s homer with a single.

Rockies reliever Esmil Rogers worked the next 1-1/3 innings and was charged with three hits, five runs and three walks.

Minor got his hit off Moyer, after the elder lefty singled off the rookie in the second inning. The hit was the 50th for Moyer, who got his first major league hit one and 126 days before Minor was born.

The Rockies had a runner on first with one out in the eighth when the game was delayed. Gonzalez wanted to rest left-hander Jonny Venters for another day because of a slightly sore shoulder, and Livan Hernandez entered the game after the delay.

He gave up a Troy Tulowitzki single before inducing a double-play grounder by Todd Helton to protect the 12-9 lead. Hernandez worked a perfect ninth inning with two strikeouts and notched the first save of his 17-year career, after 485 games including 474 starts.

“Maybe it’s going to be the last one,” Hernandez joked. “I’ve never been in this situation. I think [Eric] Hinske told me, ‘Hey, first save.’ I said, ‘oh, yeah, we’ve got a three-run lead.’ And I found out when I started giving five to everybody after the game, someone said, ‘Wow, first save.’

“It take me like, 400-something games. But it’s very nice.”

He was converted from starter to reliever upon signing with the Braves late in spring training after he was cut by Houston.

Atlanta added a run in the ninth when Bourn’s fly ball was dropped at the warning track by center fielder Tyler Colvin.

67 comments Add your comment

Brave Decisions

May 6th, 2012
12:52 am

Wow, so much fun to watch the offense click! Just need to get the pitching in order.

http://wp.me/2lqJ1 Thanks for all the great comments.

addy

May 6th, 2012
12:53 am

Olde Fan

May 6th, 2012
12:55 am

I am loving this season. Getting behind in the scoring? So what? They just keep on chipping away, and we win another game! No matter how late it gets, it is WAY too much fun to turn off.

tiger297

May 6th, 2012
12:56 am

man that was fast-guess that is what happens when you have a long rain delay l8 in the game with nothing requiring a rewrite LOL

JWOOD

May 6th, 2012
12:58 am

Minor will get back on track. He has shown a tendency to let a few games get away from him, before settling down and getting back to his usual self. It doesn’t help that he had to pitch in Colorado while on a bit of a slump.

I think as the summer arrives, this pitching staff will find its groove. Then the Braves might be dangerous.

ACE

May 6th, 2012
1:00 am

Where all the Matt Diaz haters lately? They seem to have gone into hiding. Also all the cap tippers. FG moves worked and he should be given credit for it. Putting Livan in didn’t go over well with many fans but it worked.

Mark's for the Braves

May 6th, 2012
1:02 am

Great and wild win–again.

For DOB:

Joe Simpson is saying that Hernandez got his first ML save tonight. Am I missing something? I thought the maximum lead to qualify for a save was 3 runs and the Braves led by 4 tonight when he finished the game. Is it because the lead was only 3 runs when he ENTERED the game? I guess that is the reason, right?

Brandon

May 6th, 2012
1:03 am

@ACE – the matt diaz haters were here before the game. I think he read the comments and decided to shut them up Haha

Brandon

May 6th, 2012
1:04 am

@ACE – the matt diaz haters were here before the game. I think Diaz read the comments and decided to shut them up Haha

David from Athens, AL

May 6th, 2012
1:06 am

Yes, Mark that is right!

William

May 6th, 2012
1:09 am

What has happened to our pitching? Sure are a lot of runs the last week or so. We can’t keep making big comebacks like this and last night.

SubTypical

May 6th, 2012
1:11 am

Anyone know what happened to the fan that got plunked by pastornick’s foul ball? Surprised there was no mention of that here, it was newsworthy. I don’t recall ever really seeing a game delayed (the players even left the field) while the paramedics were doing their thing.

spartygw

May 6th, 2012
1:14 am

I wish all games were in CO, this is fun to watch!

Brandon

May 6th, 2012
1:17 am

If I recall, braves pitchers got hammered at coors field last season too…so I wouldnt read too much into these pitching performances. How about that homer/foul ball from heyward? That had some insane distance!

jim

May 6th, 2012
1:21 am

Is there something wrong with Venters? It seemed he should have had the 8th inning tonight. Hasn’t pitched since first Philly game.

Ken Stallings

May 6th, 2012
1:24 am

Watching the Rockies’ telecast for both games allowed me to hear Jim Tracy’s post-game press conferences. He is ripping his pitchers. The thing is it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy when each game your bullpen is having to pitch a lot of innings. In both of these games, the starters pitched less than half the game.

The other factor is that there were not that many homers hit in the two games. Most of the damage came off hits remaining in the ball park. So, you can’t blame the thermodors!

JNick

May 6th, 2012
1:37 am

Medlen had a 3 inning save the other night – it has to do with how big the lead is, vs how many innings/”outs” you pitch. If your team has a 9 run lead, but you pitch the last 3 innings, you get a save…

JNick

May 6th, 2012
1:42 am

@William, Hudson has a terrible record in Colorado (as do many pitchers) – most of his pitches rely on some sort of break – the thinner air doesn’t seem to allow the seams to “push” or “grip” as much air, so you get less break on your pitches (sinker, slider, 2-seamer, splitter, curve), most of which Hudson relies on. Minor on the other hand, I believe it was his first time pitching in the thin air, so….sometimes it takes a pitcher a while to get used to it….I’m not worried.

Sid

May 6th, 2012
1:50 am

Keep on keepin’ on Bravos!!

JNick

May 6th, 2012
2:01 am

Now if Diaz could hit someone else besides Santana and Moyer :D (or Hamels or Byrdak). He’s 1 for 10 against righties this year, but like 8 for 20 against lefties (might be off by 1 or 2 there…). Just weird splits…

mace224

May 6th, 2012
2:19 am

If you keep a team under ten runs in that park you’re doing well.

AussieBrave

May 6th, 2012
2:23 am

Chipper, Chipper!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Top Row Brave

May 6th, 2012
2:58 am

Dang Chipper has 90 RBI in only 18 games.

Bringbackbobby

May 6th, 2012
7:10 am

Dave
What’s wrong with venters?

Nattering Nabob

May 6th, 2012
7:17 am

what happened to all those posters who complained that Chipper is selfish and is hurting the team by not retiring this year?

Loafer

May 6th, 2012
7:56 am

DOB…..small TYPO in paragraph 8 third word……”should be “they” instead of “the”.

Matt

May 6th, 2012
7:58 am

For the people wondering about the injured person. The Colorado play callers said she got hit in the head but that she was ok. Paramedics put a neck brace on her and she stayed in the stands smiling and waving at people.

IHEARTCARROLL

May 6th, 2012
7:58 am

I was wondering about Venters too.

“The Rockies had a runner on first with one out in the eighth when the game was delayed. Gonzalez wanted to rest left-hander Jonny Venters for another day because of a slightly sore shoulder, and Livan Hernandez entered the game after the delay.”

GWK

May 6th, 2012
8:05 am

I love it that the Chipper haters are having to eat their crow now! GO BRAVES!!!

braves hawk 44

May 6th, 2012
8:21 am

Go Bravos!!! Now we have hitting coaches that know what they are doing. When the pitching stabilizes, this will be very interesting watching the Braves hammer the competition.

Kelly

May 6th, 2012
8:25 am

Go BRAVES! Thanks Dave, great as usual. There’s also this entertaining piece at MLB.com that references Moyer accusing Chipper of stealing signs when he was on second and passing them to McCann at the dish.

Funny stuff: http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/gameday/index.jsp?gid=2012_05_05_atlmlb_colmlb_1&mode=wrap#gid=2012_05_05_atlmlb_colmlb_1&mode=recap&c_id=atl

“But vetaran pitcher Jamie Moyer made the mistake of providing some when he accused Chipper Jones of relaying signs with Brian McCann at the plate in the fifth inning of Saturday night’s game at Coors Field. The four-run advantage the Rockies held at the time of this incident quickly evaporated over the next few innings.

“That was all on Jamie Moyer,” Jones said. “He woke a sleeping giant tonight. He started chirping and it went all downhill from there. He accused me of relaying a sign down 6-2 with a 3-0 count to Brian McCann. I have never relayed a sign to anyone while I’m on second base.”

Incensed and motivated by Moyer’s accusation, Jones delivered key hits in his next two at-bats and matched his career high with a five-RBI performance while leading the Braves to a 13-9 comeback win over the Rockies.

Moyer did not address this issue while speaking to reporters after the game, and he had exited the clubhouse by the time Jones told MLB.com what had transpired when they exchanged words during the fifth inning.

“You question our integrity, that’s wrong,” Jones said. “I’ve never accused him of doctoring a baseball. I’ve never accused him of over-milligraming, nothing. That’s [garbage] and he woke us up. I didn’t see any signs on the 900-foot homers that were hit.”"

Then later, “I don’t know what the problem was,” Jones said. “I was literally having a conversation with the shortstop when he stepped off and said that. I don’t know why he’s so paranoid. But to be honest with you, every pitch he throws is 78 [mph]. So it’s not like we really have to relay signs.”

Hurt Kurbstreit

May 6th, 2012
8:53 am

One thing I’ve learned is that you Cannot give up on this Braves team. They will fight until the end. This offensive production is fun to watch.

Joan

May 6th, 2012
8:55 am

I’m also wondering about the fan who got hurt. I fell asleep around the 7th inning, but I expected to read something this morning. The only other thing I have to say is Chipper, please don’t leave, but announce that you are each year, cause it seems to be working in our favor.

Joan

May 6th, 2012
8:57 am

Never mind about the hurt fan, I just read Matt’s comment above. Thanks for the info. I’m glad to know she is okay.

Kelly

May 6th, 2012
9:03 am

Speaking of Livan, how about those pitches he threw last night. He had ‘em swinging at pitches way off the plate. Brilliant. Reminds me of Glavine before batters figured him out. Maybe even a little more extreme than Tom used to be. Those pitches they were swinging at were not gonna’ be hit.

Hugo

May 6th, 2012
9:12 am

Where is that FOOL that was all against Bourn and saying Chipper needs to quit now. Some people need to switch sports since they dont know DIDDLEY. Go Braves

VinceVanGo

May 6th, 2012
9:15 am

The Braves are doing great on the road and outside of their division, but that’s a major problem. While they are 14-5 against the Central & West, they are 3-6 within their division, and we all know they play the majority of games within their division. The Mets, Phillies, and Nationals all seem to own the Braves. That’s got to change for the Braves to make it to post season. The clubhouse leaders(Chipper, McCann) and the Manager better remind the Braves where the key to the season lies, within their own division. As the season progresses, if the Braves can’t use the phrase “there’s no place like home”(their own division) then they are going to be in big trouble.

Hugo

May 6th, 2012
9:33 am

While I think they can do better against their division I don’t the way they play against Philly. They are not aggressive enough , it seems, and it is they know they can’t beat them. I hope I am wrong, and if so, then show me and the rest of the Braves family. Go get um Braves.

Sammy

May 6th, 2012
9:37 am

The dejected looks on Minor’s face were priceless. Everyone was trying to cheer him up. Welcome to Coors!

Turtsnap

May 6th, 2012
9:52 am

Watcbing a game at Coors Field is like watching a baseball video game. It’s fun to watch as long as your team wins!

MJ

May 6th, 2012
10:00 am

Great win Braves! Glad Matty D had a good night at the plate, as did Jason. Chipper’s 5 RBI’s? Not bad for a guy so many Braves followers (no way I can call them fans) like to bash. The followers are knuckleheads that just don’t realize that hitting can only be measured over time, not in any one at bat, or one night. As a “fan”, you realize that you don’t get to see many Chipper’s, Ripken’s, or Jeter’s in your life. We all need to embrace #10 every time he is on the field this year. The Braves will never have another player like him in their line-up.

longtimefan

May 6th, 2012
10:07 am

Where are you Rafael, JSS and HT? And the dozens of posters who said FW was an idiot because he wasn’t trading or signing another hitter because the Braves weren’t going to score any runs. Braves lead the NL in runs scored and are second in average. Where are the Chipper haters? JSS? Still think he should have retired? In 66 ABs .318 avg, 5 HR, 21 RBI. Rafael, Matt Diaz is looking pretty good- batting .300 with 2 HR and a couple of good plays in the field.
It amazes me. The Braves start out 0-4 and the Haters are out in force, with hundreds of comments, calling for heads to roll, spouting predictions of last place finishes. “Chipper is selfish”,”Chipper is washed up”,”blah,blah,blah”. Now they can’t even come on the blog and admit they were wrong, they don’t know how to evaluate ML talent and FW does know to manage the roster. How is that expensive FA signing of Reyes working out? Hoe about the astute trade of Hoover for Francisco? Looking pretty good despite all the derisive comments directed toward FW re the trade. Where are couple of idiots who kept posting to fire FW? Where are all of you guys?

Caseyatthebat

May 6th, 2012
10:17 am

Where, oh where are all those Chipper- haters?

archie

May 6th, 2012
10:40 am

When Matt Diaz hits a home run off a pitcher under the age of 49 somewhere other than Coors Field, I’ll mark the occasion appropriately.

renegade1416

May 6th, 2012
10:54 am

The Gonzalez, Chipper and Diaz haters are just waiting for a Braves losing streak so they can have an excuse to bash the Braves. True fans root for their team to actually win, you know? The negative bloggers obviously are just unhappy people who need to get a life. I’ve always loved the Braves and pull hard for each and every one of them. Never been a hater and have a hard time understanding hatred directed at the team that is supposedly your “favorite”. I think Chipper, Matt and Freddi are better people than those who hide behide a blog and constanly bash them. Would you say those things if you were standing before them? If you wouldn’t, then shut your dumb traps!

double

May 6th, 2012
11:00 am

Errors & Excuses-Happy to see the highes figure,not being errors.This has improved much under Fredi.Need one more ace pitcher.

double

May 6th, 2012
11:02 am

D-Man

May 6th, 2012
11:28 am

Mannnn, I remember for the last 10+ years how when the Braves would get done 6-0, 5-0, or whatever I would just be like “Uggh! this one is probably over…” cause we just never seemed to be able to get runs in bunches like so many other teams (even the bad ones). It actually feels weird to NOT have that feeling anymore. Hope it lasts. Although I do like these ultra exciting wins, the starters need to get it together and not let the games get outta hand like that in the first place too. It’s happening at an alarming rate the last couple of weeks and worry that it’ll just wear down the bullpen (like last year) and leave the team gassing come September. Right now it’s a little early I know to get to worried, but with my Braves I always do. Having said that….GO BRAVES!!!

Bravissimo

May 6th, 2012
11:29 am

I loved the grins on Livan’s and Macs faces after the game ended. Reminded me of the King and his court softball games where noone could hit what his was tossing. Loved it!

D-Man

May 6th, 2012
11:30 am

Mannnn, I remember for the last 10+ years how when the Braves would get DOWN 6-0, 5-0, or whatever I would just be like “Uggh! this one is probably over…” cause we just never seemed to be able to get runs in bunches like so many other teams (even the bad ones). It actually feels weird to NOT have that feeling anymore. Hope it lasts. Although I do like these ultra exciting wins, the starters need to get it together and not let the games get outta hand like that in the first place too. It’s happening at an alarming rate the last couple of weeks and worry that it’ll just wear down the bullpen (like last year) and leave the team gassing come September. Right now it’s a little early I know to get to worried, but with my Braves I always do. Having said that….GO BRAVES!!!

least of the east

May 6th, 2012
11:34 am

so far, so good. we’ll see where the team is by the All Star break.

will the Braves make the playoffs in 2012 ? unlikely.

Francisco was out of options so Reds had to unload him. taking that into account, they didn’t get a bad return in Hoover. check out his nos. at AAA and since called up.

for a 7th overall pick out of college 3 ys ago, Minor should be better on a consistent basis. the situation at Coors field is a surprise ?

the Mc Louth, Lowe and KK scenarios still hampered the team budget wise so let;’s be realistic about Wren. he’s a mediocre GM -ther are better, there are worse.

Bravissimo

May 6th, 2012
11:48 am

For those of you who dont know who Eddie Feigner and the King and hsi court is…..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbbYx_FqtHU&feature=related

iTiSi

May 6th, 2012
12:28 pm

Bravissimo, remember EF, and King and His Court well. Went to see them several times in GA years ago. He was very impressive. Could strike out batters throwing from second base, throwing behind his back sometimes, and blindfolded. I am assuming he has passed on now. Do you know?

Bravissimo

May 6th, 2012
1:37 pm

Yes,he passed away in 2007…quite a character

nashvillewill

May 6th, 2012
1:39 pm

I am not and have never been a “Chipper-hater”–he (and Dale Murphy) are the outstanding Atlanta Braves position players in our history. (Not including Aaron and Mathews and others from the previous eras). That said, the Braves need an everyday 3B player. If Chipper can manage 120 or so games, then all to the good. If he is unable to do so, playing 1/2 the games won’t get the Braves where they need to go. I wonder if he is in the lineup today (day following night game, playing previous 2. If not, Braves will likely lose.
I believe the “need to play everyday” philosophy also applies to SS, CF, and, in Braves’ case 1B. Freeman helps the team in so many ways, his playing every day is essential.
So Go Chipper! Please stay healthy.

Mitchell

May 6th, 2012
2:01 pm

I’m all about overcoming deficits. It’s not something the offense been very good at this season (or last season, or ever) until recently.

Braves pitcher’s ought to be allowed to have bad outings and have the offense back them up.

They’ve been so good for so long, they deserve it.

But then again, what the hell do you call 13 runs to the Phillies on Wednesday, 7 runs on Friday and 9 last night against the Rockies?

All I’ve been talking about this year is giving up the occasional three run home run.

At a certain point you do deserve to take a loss.

Clean it up Braves pitching.

And word to your mother.

Mitchell

May 6th, 2012
2:04 pm

archie

May 6th, 2012
10:40 am

When Matt Diaz hits a home run off a pitcher under the age of 49 somewhere other than Coors Field, I’ll mark the occasion appropriately.

Nice.

Mitchell

May 6th, 2012
2:05 pm

I’m gonna hang that on my wall right there.

Well done.

nycbravesfan

May 6th, 2012
2:13 pm

DOB – how far did Heyward’s foul ball blast go?

LWells2000

May 6th, 2012
2:17 pm

“The Braves trailed 4-0 after one inning and 6-0 after two on Saturday night. So they had the Colorado Rockies right where they wanted them.” …DOB your writing don’t get no gooder than that~!

longtimefan

May 6th, 2012
2:25 pm

Least of the east-you are clearly not a Braves fan. You must have money in Vegas riding on them finishing in the cellar. Otherwise, why the hate? You need to look around the league and see some really bad GM decisions. BTY, Francisco with 3 HR and 9 RBIs in limited playing time is pretty good. How about a little positivity?

David O'Brien

May 6th, 2012
2:28 pm

If I had to guess, I’d say at least 460. It was titanic.

Jborodawg

May 6th, 2012
2:47 pm

Mitchell, I too am a little worried about the bad outings by Huddy and Minor. Or…should I chalk it up to Coors Field?

With the way Chipper and Francisco are playing, I’ll take the platoon during most of the reg season. We need Chipper healthy and ready for post season. I think Gonzalez is doing a pretty good job of resting the other players too. It’s a long season.

Go Bravos….sweep the Rockies this afternoon!

Jborodawg

May 6th, 2012
2:52 pm

DOB….460! Titanic and mammoth! So high that the winds made it look like it curved over the foul pole…or made a fair ball drift foul. I was glad that they did the review.

Lobosolo

May 6th, 2012
3:02 pm

Mitchell, Mitchell, Mitchell… suffering from chronic armchairzers, whiner type… big raspberries for you and the rest of your ilk…

TBbravesfan

May 6th, 2012
3:28 pm

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