Braves quotes after Tuesday’s 11-0 rout of Marlins

**DAN UGGLA

What, you don’t like that sculpture? (Last home run hit it smack in middle, on the sun.)

“Ha. No, I thought it was pretty cool. The whole stadium, I thought, was really cool. It’s different. It’s fun to see and play in new places that are different from other places you’ve played in. So I was happy to come here and see the new ballpark. I thought they did a great job.”

“It’s a big park. Probably like Citi Field before they brought the fences in. But they have a lot of guys on this [Marlins] team who have a lot of thump. If they get it, it’s going to go. It may take away some of the cheapies, but that’s part of the game. Not every park is going to play like Philly or Cincy.”

Did you get the ball back (200th homer)?

“No. Somebody may have gotten it, I don’t know. It’s a cool accomplishment, a cool feat. I hope to have many more.”

Like hitting against these guys? (7 homers, 20 RBIs in 21 games vs. Marlins)

“No, it just so happens I’ve caught a couple on the barrel. These guys, even when I was playing behind them I was like, man, I’m glad I don’t have to face these guys on a regular basis. But now I do, and it’s no fun. You’ve really got to get focused on and be on your ‘A’ game. Every one of these guys has a lot of weapons they can beat you with.”

On Hudson’s performance

“Huddy’s awesome. He’s a freakin’ bulldog every time he goes out there. He’s coming off back surgery this past offseason, and he goes out and battles. He’s got great stuff, he knows how to pitch, and every time he goes out there we know we have a chance to win. He’s one of those guys you love playing behind and you love having on your team and going out there every fifth day.”

“For him to go out there and battle that last inning … I know he’s got a couple of nagging things, but he’s a fighter, he’s a competitor.”

On Marlins having 21 comeback wins

“Everybody around the league sees it. This is a tough place [for a visiting team] to win. They’ve got so much talent on this team that at any given moment they can put up a six-spot before you ban blink your eye. For us to come in and get the first game of the series, it gives us a chance to sweep. We’ve got to come back in and concentrate like we did today tomorrow.”

On being the All-Star leading vote-getter among NL 2B, announced earlier Tuesday

“It’s pretty good. Definitely a shock to me. But at the same time, it’s really cool to see that people, not just Braves fans but fans around the country, like the way I play the game.”

On hitting the sun on the sculpture

“They came back in and told me I hit the sun. That’s cool. They get a distance on it or anything?” [432]

“This is where I started my career. To get my 200th homer here is awesome. Here or Atlanta, it would have been great [to hit it in either place].”

**TIM HUDSON

On the game

“It was a fun game. Just overall, the guys came out and put together some great at-bats. They were making some great plays behind me. It was one of those things where they were hitting them to our guys. I had some luck on my side for a change. It was definitely a team effort all the way around. I didn’t feel particularly great out there, but those guys hit ‘em where we were.

“They laced some balls right at our guys. It’s nice to have some luck on my side. The last couple of outings there was a little bit of tough luck. It was nice to make some pitches when I needed to, got into a couple of jams and threw some good sinkers down, let them hit ‘em to our guys and got some double plays. Freeman made a couple of really good plays at first, and Uggla was frickin’ Superman tonight.”

On Simmons’ defense

“He’s great, man. I think everybody knew that from spring training. I think it was one of those things where they wanted to let him get a little more experience and get some at-bats under his belt, then bring him up here. It’s fun. Me being a sinker baller I love to see guys throw that leather around. He looks really smooth out there. He’s got a lot of range. He looks very confident in the field. For him to be such a young guy, that’s good to see.”

Bourn can go get it, can’t he?

“He’s got those jets under his ass, you know what I’m saying?”

**FREDI GONZALEZ

On the game

“Danny and Huddy were outstanding today. Those two guys by themselves did some damage, and then Simmons did a nice job too. Swung the bat well and made some nice plays defensively. And it was nice to see Huddy get his complete game. Kept his pitch count fairly low.

“It was a good game. A good, well-played game. Some good at-bats. I don’t remember the last time Huddy had five at-bats in one game, and he drove in two. It was a good day.”

On Simmons’ three-hit night

“And made some plays defensively that weren’t easy to make. Huddy kept throwing those ground balls.”

Eleven of Braves’ last 14 runs scored with two outs

“That’s the approach that we took early on. There were a couple of weeks there where it wasn’t the same cast of characters in the lineup. We’re finally getting healthy. We’ve got Freeman back swinging it pretty good. We’ve got Mac coming back from his sickness. Now all we need is Chipper. But the constant here in the last four or five games has been the pitching. Even the game we lost in Washington, it was 2-nothing. I said from the very beginning, that’s what I’d like to be known for is our pitching. Because that’s going to win you ballgames. That’s going to extend winning streaks and that kind of stuff.”

On Hudson’s complete game

“Obviously there at the end, the complete game didn’t matter to me in the ninth inning. It was more the shutout, the chance to get the shutout. If they had scored a run there he wouldn’t have finished the game, because here’s a guy who’s had back surgery and all that kind of stuff. At that point you’ve got to worry about that kind of stuff. But I think he finished with around 110 [108]. And he really didn’t have any stressful innings.”

78 comments Add your comment

TheOnlyBravesFan

June 5th, 2012
11:08 pm

Thanks DOB…. Go BRAVES!!!

rc35

June 5th, 2012
11:19 pm

Good to be celebrating a win again. Congratulations, Dan! I hope you hit a lot more in a Braves’ uniform.

Clayton

June 5th, 2012
11:27 pm

Great win. Love Simmons. Go Braves

Brandon

June 5th, 2012
11:30 pm

Simmons is looking great! Heyward has started to really hit the ball to both fields…3 hits today. Uggla with 4 hits, 2 homers! Braves looked really good tonight!!!

ahhaahahah funny

June 5th, 2012
11:34 pm

Bourn can go get it, can’t he?

“He’s got those jets under his ass, you know what I’m saying?”

LOL

HUDSON IS SOOOO FUNNY AND A TERRIFIC PITCHER :)

GO BRAVES!!!

add your comment lol

June 5th, 2012
11:36 pm

for me Giancarlo Stanton is only the younger version of Willy Mo Peña

super power, no batting avg, no good defender, no speed, no arm,,,

Commenter

June 5th, 2012
11:55 pm

I saw giancarlo make a play in Atlanta that would beg to differ with you. Stanton is a stud and will be for a very long time. The guy is a freak.
Great win today, hopefully Simmons can be to the offense what tunnel was minus the horrible attitude. Kid seems to have a great head on his shoulders.
Get after Johnson tomorrow

BravesFAN

June 5th, 2012
11:59 pm

Anybody else notice Heyward wasn’t standing so far away from the plate tonight?? Looked like he was a half a step or a little more than a half of step in rather than his heels being right on the line. He looked 1000 times better at the plate tonight he took advantage of some pitches that weren’t located where the pitchers wanted them.

He did a good job of being patient, but that single he hit on the outside vs Sanchez he would’ve normally rolled over on that and sent a weak grounder to 1st if he was as far off the plate as he has been most of the year instead he was closer and took advantage of it and sent it to right field…

Who Me?

June 6th, 2012
12:02 am

Hey, I told you guys Simmons got game. Right now, he keeps this up and he might be looking at some hardware this winter. But there’s a long way to go and we’ll have to wait and see how he does at the plate….but you HAVE to love the D he brings…..

Anybody got the latest on Gattis? No update on the Mississippi Braves site tonight, other than he’s on 7-Day Disabled list….

BravesFAN

June 6th, 2012
12:05 am

Stanton is a future perennial All-Star anybody that thinks different doesn’t know much about the game of baseball. He has plus plus power and consistently makes enough connect to the point where he will be a 30 plus homer and 100 plus RBI kind of guy.

@ Add Your Comment LOL – You said Stanton has no batting avg but he’s batting .296 and he has an OBP of .370 pretty damn good numbers. He has 13 homers and 40 RBI’s which is beast he’s on pace for 44 doubles, 38 homers, and 118 RBI’s this year and he’s only 22 years old. I don’t think he will always be a .290 hitter it’s more realistic to think he will be in the high .260’s – low .270’s with an OBP about 100 points higher than his average because he draws a solid amount of walks even if he strikes out a lot. Kid is a STUD and all Braves fans will come to hate him in the very near future because we will hate having to face him 18 times a year…

Wes Jorga

June 6th, 2012
12:17 am

What is going on with Gattis? What is his injury?

Willis

June 6th, 2012
12:50 am

I say the most important aspect of this game was J Hey reaching base four times because honestly that has not happened in sometime. No denying that man’s talent it just needs to come together on a consistent basis and man alive our offense can take flight if he’s in a zone. Hopefully that big hit vs a tough left on Sunday will get him going for awhile. Great overall win glad to see uggs go on a power surge and huddy bouncing back from some tough outings.

Art Vandelay

June 6th, 2012
1:09 am

432 feet my A**! That ball was crushed. More like 460ish.

Bobby's Cox

June 6th, 2012
1:43 am

Thanks for giving Boras more ammo to work with with that ‘Jets under his ass’ comment, Huddy.

JNick

June 6th, 2012
1:44 am

If Heyward and Uggla catch fire at the same time, AND Chipper comes back hitting the way he had been, this team could go on a roll….

Braveschipper

June 6th, 2012
3:36 am

“jets under his ass, do you know what im saying” No huddy, I dont know what you are saying lmao! Timmy is the best !

Darryl Blackberry

June 6th, 2012
3:38 am

Yea, verily, I say unto thee, where Giancarlo Stanton’s batting average goeth, so goeth the Marlins.

I would trade ANY Braves player to get this guy on the team.

20 out

June 6th, 2012
5:58 am

Fredi has to be one of the worst managers in the league. That last quote alone is ridiculous. The mere fact that a manager is even considering leaving his pitcher in so he can get a shutout is disgusting. WTF? The score was 11 to ZERO. The guy did just have back surgery. The logic for leaving him in to pitch a complete game, shutout, or whatever is just stupid. Plain and simple.

Fredi, ever thought of saving an arm for a full season. Who gives a crap if the score is 11 to 5 or whatever. Give the ball to Durbin or anyone to save Huddy the worthless innings.

NickGranite

June 6th, 2012
6:21 am

Brave’s fan in Florida who catches a lot of Marlin’s games. Stanton is Willy Mo Pena? How about Stanton is arguably the most valuable young hitting property in the major leagues. 13/40/.370/.945 after a slow start and on pace for 38 homers and 117 RBIs. Oh yeah, he’s 3 months younger than Heyward.

Braves Fan in Maine

June 6th, 2012
6:58 am

DOB….. what about making pastornicky a 3rd baseman?? Just an idea….. Great win my the braves and an awesome win by the celtics!!!!

Buddy Landel

June 6th, 2012
7:30 am

a few gems from yesterday:

Bob Didier

June 5th, 2012
6:23 pm
Uggla an all star? Good lord, are there no other 2B’s in the NL. He is terrible. On target for 180 K’s and 24 errors says it all. lol

Bob Didier

June 5th, 2012
6:23 pm
Uggla an all star? Good lord, are there no other 2B’s in the NL. He is terrible. On target for 180 K’s and 24 errors says it all. lol

Bob Didier

June 5th, 2012
6:23 pm
Uggla an all star? Good lord, are there no other 2B’s in the NL. He is terrible. On target for 180 K’s and 24 errors says it all. lol

Bravo Uno

June 5th, 2012
11:05 am
Wren saddled the payroll with Dan Uggla and his illusory “right-handed power”. Omar Infante should be playing second for the Braves, not Uggly.

Buddy Landel

June 6th, 2012
7:30 am

sorry for the triple cut and paste

Good grief Charlie Brown

June 6th, 2012
7:32 am

Fun game to watch last night, Huddy pitched great, bats looked solid. bringing up Simmons was a good idea…i can already see the difference between him and Pastornicky.

@NickGranite: you are right about Stanton, he is valuable. but his career numbers against the Braves aren’t that great. in 32 games against them, his BA is only .243 with 5 HRs/13 RBIs; he’s also struck out 32 times. might be the reason for some of the previous comments.

bruce

June 6th, 2012
7:55 am

thanks Dave!

bravesgrl4life

June 6th, 2012
7:55 am

The mighty Stanton didn’t look so large and looming last night. Wish we could say the same about Bryce Harper.

Mars Mano

June 6th, 2012
8:01 am

You need McCann to start hitting and u need Chipper !

Game Changer

June 6th, 2012
8:13 am

Can the Braves follow up Tuesday with two more quality games in Miami?

To be continued

PaulG

June 6th, 2012
8:43 am

Tip your cap, tip your cap,tip your cap!!!!!

Nerdville

June 6th, 2012
9:02 am

Rah, rah, rah. So they’ve won a few games… finally. You think I’m going to get excited about a few wins after they lost 8 in a row and dropped to 4th place? And after last Sept.? They should always win against a below average pitcher like they faced last night.
The Braves will probably start choking again and lose the next 10.

bostonbravo

June 6th, 2012
9:13 am

I agree with Buddy L.

No Flag Since Lemke

June 6th, 2012
9:45 am

Wonder how many teams would like Stanton in their outfield? 30 maybe?

Right now, I don’t think I want to be Jack Wilson. As long as Simmons stays above Mendoza, the Braves will be looking for offense from their back up infielder not D.

Felix

June 6th, 2012
9:55 am

Pastor Nick is no where as good as Simmons; so how come Pastor Nick won the starting job to begin with?
Probably just one more typical Frank Wren screw up.

Frodo

June 6th, 2012
10:07 am

We should really look at getting Lowe back in the rotation. Given the amount of money we are paying Cleveland and his performance, I’d give up Medlen any day to have Big D back on the mound.

Buddy Landel

June 6th, 2012
10:11 am

Frodo- The last month, his ERA has been rising. He is who we thought he was.

ugafan13

June 6th, 2012
10:28 am

Simmions pulled an oblique late in spring training and that affected his hitting and ultimately the decision to chose Tyler over him.

Game Changer

June 6th, 2012
10:31 am

@buddylandel

Lowe is killing it this year to date with 8 out of 11 very good starts. You sound as if you may be Frank Wren. Lowe might slow but if managed properly unlike last year by the Braves he will prosper throughout the year. It is ashame where the Braves orgainization has fallen. Other than hudson and beachy no telling what is going to happen on the mound. The Braves strikeout 25% of the 27 outs in a game, much much to high. We have no chance to compete against quality pitching. I hope this changes but 2012 is the worse yet. We can all be hopeful but reality says otherwise.

[...] according to postgame quotes from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution‘s David O’Brien, Uggla didn’t get that 200th home run ball, despite it bouncing back onto the field after [...]

Dirty Dawg

June 6th, 2012
10:47 am

Folks, if you haven’t already, you need to chage your ’settings’ at the MLB site for All-Star voting…chage to a ‘write-in’ for Simmons at shortstop. It won’t get him in but it’ll help with the ROTY consideration.

Buddy Landel

June 6th, 2012
10:54 am

OK Game Changer, please tell me how Lowe was mismanaged last year??? Lowe was not getting it done HERE.

reckingball

June 6th, 2012
10:59 am

How many times have the Braves beat “quality pitching”(i.e. quality pitchers) this year.
A whole lot of times.
Do some of these people that comment, even watch Braves games?
go braves!

Tommy

June 6th, 2012
11:08 am

@Buddy Landel Moga Moga Chi Chi Miki lau so. Thats for calling my wife a w…e.

Hiway61

June 6th, 2012
11:09 am

Great Game all the way around..Simmons Uggla Hudson on an on..Man thats great stuff.

Fans we need to Vote for Prado for All-Star..I voted last night 100 times with 4 different e-mail address–get busy Prado needs our help and also other Braves.

Brandon

June 6th, 2012
11:20 am

i suspect prado will probably be selected by the manager for all star game

Gene

June 6th, 2012
11:37 am

I don’t care if Lowe wins the Cy Young. I am still glad he is gone. Either he was lollygagging with the Braves, or he has multiple personalities.

Buddy Landel

June 6th, 2012
11:47 am

Tommy- Take your meds and go back to bed.

alex

June 6th, 2012
11:49 am

11 runs and a huddy shutout, yowza…..

Tommy

June 6th, 2012
11:55 am

@Buddy Landel Somebody better get there facts straight before they make accusations. My wife is not a wh..e. You better not ever let me know who you are and where you are. You a poor example of a human being. Get a real life where you have facts instead of accusations. You dont even know how to apologize to someone, becqause you are NOT MAN ENOUGH. SHI HU

Disaffected Braves Fan

June 6th, 2012
12:00 pm

Don’t be fooled by Lowe’s fast start. He’s giving up a lot of hits and his K/BB rate is terrible. Remember that he pitched pretty well for the Braves through about May last year and then completely lost his ability to get hitters out. His ERA is about to start spiking.

bruce mac

June 6th, 2012
12:04 pm

Where are the idiots that thought Simmons was overrated yesterday? Some people don’t have a clue. He is a super star in the making. Yunel who?

Kane337

June 6th, 2012
12:13 pm

Simmons is awesome. I don’t recall anyone looking that good as a Braves shortstop…..ever.

Casey Stinkle

June 6th, 2012
12:20 pm

I agree with Felix. You could see in spring training that Simmons was three times the fielder Pastornicky is. To the guy who suggested Pastornicky be considered at third…..you’ve got to be kidding. I hold my breath everytime a ball was hit to Pastornicky. Not because of his glove, but because the throw might go anywhere. That move alone has made the Braves a much better team. And he seems to swing a pretty good bat.

jt

June 6th, 2012
12:28 pm

Makes one wonder why Hudson can have a game like this, but have such a stinker last time out. Great pitchers do not do this!

David O'Brien

June 6th, 2012
12:29 pm

Makes one wonder why Hudson can have a game like this, but have such a stinker last time out. Great pitchers do not do this!

He was strong through five innings last time out, retired first nine batters and gave up two hits and one run through five. Then gave up three straight groundball hits in 6th and never got out of the inning.

jt

June 6th, 2012
12:31 pm

DOB: I rest my case.

Hiway61

June 6th, 2012
12:37 pm

DOB what have the Braves got on the agenda for Smoltz Day? Any Special Events, band music etc? Just wondering….

nashvillewill

June 6th, 2012
12:42 pm

Bringing up Simmons and Constanza were the right moves at the right time. There are others to consider in AAA and AA. Pretty good talent pool in the organization. What to do with Pastornicky? Can he play OF? Probably a lower level trade later in the season. Too bad, I liked his attitude but Simmons skill set at SS is obviously in a different league.

Stan Capriles

June 6th, 2012
12:48 pm

Simmons is here to stay, the guy has a good eye,the guy does’nt strikeout,the guy has a good arm,good move,good range,good speed,good glove,good bat, and good looks, And he’s from my Island CURACAO. What more does a team want? SIMMONS IS IN THE HOUSE!!

jim

June 6th, 2012
12:53 pm

I guess the Mets wish they had someone like Simmons at SS last night.

DawgDad

June 6th, 2012
1:05 pm

On one hand I feel for Pastornicky because he was thrust into a situation he didn’t have the ability to handle, but hey, the guy got to play shortstop in the Major Leagues. If he hits he’ll hang around and likely get another shot as a utility player (anyone remember Julio Lugo?).

The Braves pitchers have to be ecstatic about having Simmons behind them.

Buddy Landel

June 6th, 2012
1:12 pm

jt

June 6th, 2012
12:28 pm
Makes one wonder why Hudson can have a game like this, but have such a stinker last time out. Great pitchers do not do this!

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jt- I’m not 100% positive about this, but I’m willing to bet Spahn, Feller, Gibson, Carlton, Koufax, Drysdale, Ford, Ryan, Maddux, and Seaver all had “stinkers” in their careers and then pitched a good game in their next start.

Tommy

June 6th, 2012
1:17 pm

@Buddy Landel Miki Lau wso Moga Kiki Ji Los Vis Nimo Kiki Moga Chu

Buddy Landel

June 6th, 2012
1:18 pm

Tommy- I think the following is the post to which you are referring. It is not directed toward a prticular person. Interpret as you wish.
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Buddy Landel

June 5th, 2012
1:50 pm
You whine because the Falcons don’t draft many players from that school over in Athens, then whine because the Braves do. Your husbands must get sick of all your whining

Buddy Landel

June 6th, 2012
1:21 pm

….but I will say that Tommy, Andy, Samantha, etc: your schtick is getting old.

reckingball

June 6th, 2012
1:23 pm

Why did Hudson have a game like yesterday’s vs. the last time out?

answers: His name is A. Simmons(he plays SS now), is one of the big reasons.
Braves batter’s got Hudson a good early lead.
Superior defensive play in yesterday’s game.
Hudson was dealing.
go braves!

Tommy

June 6th, 2012
1:23 pm

@Buddy Landell No!! I am referring to the quote where you and your buddy referred that Andy was Samantha. When are you going to admit you were wrong. You are probably Not Man Enough.

Kane337

June 6th, 2012
1:25 pm

Kimbrel, the Braves’ closer, won the NL Rookie of the Year last year; in 114 2/3 career innings in the major leagues, he has allowed 67 hits and struck out 193. Kimbrel’s fastball rises when it gets close to the plate. “I won’t even play catch with him anymore,” said Braves reliever Jonny Venters. “He throws 100 when he’s playing catch, with that airplane take-off action at the end.” New teammate Chad Durbin plays catch with Kimbrel, saying, “I have 20-12 vision, and I need every bit of it just to be able to catch the ball.”

Tommy

June 6th, 2012
1:26 pm

You say That this is geting old. I agree. Apologize and we will move on. We are not Samantha , but maybe you are hotshot that thinks he knows it all.

jim

June 6th, 2012
1:30 pm

For those on the previous blog obsessing over Baseball America rankings of our draft class (so far through 18 picks), here is the number at which the Braves picked vs the order of BA rankings of the players selected (ordered by ranking, not order selected)
21 — 29
85 –54
116 — 112
149 — 200
179 — 302
209 — 324
239 — 329
269 — 336
299 — 428
329 — 474

By ranking order, the Braves took two RH power arms, two catchers, two speedy OFs with good tools, but questions about ability to hit for average, then speedy OFs and college arms — one a lefty with Jamie Moyer comparisons (at what age?)

jim

June 6th, 2012
1:46 pm

Why did Hudson have better game yesterday than previous game?
1. He had the at’em ball working yesterday. — There were 3 hard liners to Bourn (including the last out) and a line out to Uggla.
2. Better defense behind him. — Bourn and Constanza both ran down shots to the OF and Freeman came up with a gem in the late innings to save the shutout.
3. Simmons provided a steadying nfluence — but I don’t think Pastornicky was to blame for the grounders that found holes in the previous game — they were hard hit and looked like they were hits no matter who the SS was.

I thought Hudson was better last game through the first four innings than he was last night — some of the Marlins gave him some quick outs, otherwise there were too many ABs where he ran a deep count (but none that lasted more than 8-9 pitches)

Brainiac 5

June 6th, 2012
1:48 pm

Gattis has a wrist injury. His march toward world supremacy is on hold. :-(

Mark's for the Braves

June 6th, 2012
1:58 pm

To the one who thought it was stupid of FG to leave Huddy in to get a CG shutout:

Take a look at Phil Niekro, Greg Maddux, John Smoltz, Tom Glavine and I could go on and on–they logged a few CG shoutouts in their careers that were one-sided, too.

The fact that Hudson is coming off surgery doesn’t matter–wasn’t it back surgery? The arm surgery was last year wasn’t it?

David O'Brien

June 6th, 2012
2:18 pm

reckingball

June 6th, 2012
3:05 pm

I have to disagree, I believe that Simmons could have gotten to a lot of the grounders that Pastornicky, didn’t get to in Hudson’s previous losing start.
I think that a lot of the put-outs that Simmons made last night would have gone through for hits, if Pastornicky was still at SS.
Nothing against Pastornicky, but he doesn’t possess the defensive talent that Simmons has.

Trainwreck

June 6th, 2012
4:58 pm

I’m happy that Simmons is doing well so far but as soon as he strikes out with the bases loaded or boots an easy one or has some rough patches, most people will be yelling to bring back Rev

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