12:43 am May 8, 2012, by David O'Brien
May 8th, 20123:08 pm
Hanson pitched fine last night but it’s obvious he’s nowhere the pitcher he was 2 years ago. Stuff is nowhere near the same. Shoulders don’t typically get better. At this point he’s a #3/4 starter sad to say.
May 8th, 20123:25 pm
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May 8th, 20123:32 pm
David, a little off the subject but I thought maybe you’d get a kick out of this, Matthew gets a nice write up & video on the Beeb.
Unfortunately, MK ignores my requests for the Clash and Rancid…
Where is the hitting coach? McCann and Uggla both look like kids swinging at anything, and looking at pitches right down the middle. When they have a special for you then you become predictable. Let Chipper coach. He at least knows how to hit. The hitting coach now is invisible.
May 8th, 20124:08 pm
Everytime Tommy is on the mound it is an Elle….
May 8th, 20124:30 pm
Quit being so negative Braves fans. This is our first road loss on this trip. With Delgado pitching tonight, I’m confident we are going to win. We are going to take the series away from the Cubs. I also believe we will win the series from the Cardinals. I’m tired of ESPN talking about how great the Phillies and Nationals are. I don’t see any other team in the majors right now, that are hitting great like the Braves.
May 8th, 20126:57 pm
Remember in the second game with the Cubs tonight Delgado, batting practice is something you serve to your team, the Braves, before a game, not to the opposing club, the Cubs, during a game. Since your team lost last night with less than stellar pitching, let’s not start a losing steak.
May 8th, 20127:22 pm
NotetoDelgado, the pitching wasn’t bad last night. It was our hitting that didn’t come through last night. Our hitters took the Cubs too lightly. Tonight will be a different story. You will see why Delgado is a great pitcher. Cubs are a horrible team! We at least know the Braves will be going to the playoffs, and the Cubs will miss the playoffs once again!
May 8th, 20127:48 pm
Ok, Braves fans. I love this team, but I’m on record for saying that Hanson is not the pitcher that you all feel warm and fuzzy about as far as his credentials. Get rid of him before he drags this team down a rabbit hole and get some value for him in a trade. Even though he seems to think highly of himself it is obvious that his talents lack such praise.
As for Durbin…what a joke. This guy is a batting practice homerun thrower. Dump this loser.
May 8th, 20129:02 pm
I wonder why Hanson has lost so much velocity as such a young age?
He was losing some of the velocity before the shoulder injury, and yes that is a red flag.
And no longtime fan, I am a fan of the team but can regognize when something is not sis boom bah pollyana positive like what you seem to want people to post.
The bottom line is that they lose and no game is a good game when you lose.
Hanson is not a great pitcher and that is telling it like it is.
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May 9th, 201212:23 pm
[...] just asked him for an explanation,” said Gonzalez in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “I asked him why would you think we’re throwing at people in a one-run game or they’re [...]
May 9th, 20126:13 pm
Coverage from Chicago about the Braves series against the Cubs. Maybe the Cubs are better than everyone thinks. http://midwaymadness.com/2012/05/the-kids-can-play-cubs-beat-braves/
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