2:19 pm June 27, 2012, by Carroll Rogers
June 28th, 20122:39 pm
You just can’t throw in another question mark into the rotation that is filled with question marks already.
Yes you can…watch:
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June 28th, 20122:40 pm
So, see, it can be done.
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June 28th, 20122:42 pm
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I know, Bat, but who in their right mind (assuming such a thing exists) uses up a valuable day of leave to go protest at the US Supreme Court where it literally serves no purpose? _ phil
Could be…could be….lol
Are those “statement” questions marks?
June 28th, 20122:43 pm
That also looks like our playoff chances if we don’t acquire a starting pitcher haha
June 28th, 20122:46 pm
No, just regular ones.
June 28th, 20122:47 pm
The 4 and 5 spot have been black holes for weeks. I’d sooner bat chipper or Freeman in cleanup. Heck, our leadoff hitter is hitting more HR’s lately than our vaunted catcher.
And Jamie would look nice rooting her husband on.
Go Jamie Kotsay. Go Braves.
Might as well get Brandon McCarthy while we’re at it, so Jamie and Amanda can sit together at the games.
Still need to get Heyward in the 3 hole. Come on, Fredi, get it right today. (not holding my breath)
June 28th, 20122:48 pm
that’s why the pensioners have a roof, too bad it doesn’t always work -
ST. PETERSBURG — Charles Sweatt felt something sting his leg during the June 16 Tampa Bay Rays game against the Miami Marlins at Tropicana Field.
He thought he had been hit by a foul ball.
But when Sweatt, the police chief in the tiny Panhandle town of Parker, looked down, there was no ball. Instead, another fan sitting nearby found a bullet.
It appears, authorities said, that the bullet dropped from the sky about 9 p.m. and pelted Sweatt’s right thigh. It left a bruise, but nothing more.
“No one really knows where that bullet came from,” said St. Petersburg police spokesman Bill Proffitt. “It was a falling bullet. That’s what it looks like.”
June 28th, 20122:51 pm
Excellent idea, Hillbilly. Forgot about Amanda.
June 28th, 20122:52 pm
Chipper heating up again. Couldn’t hide the grin last night.
June 28th, 20122:53 pm
Would rather see Emily Kuchar in the stands.
June 28th, 20122:55 pm
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June 28th, 2012
Willingham isn’t an option unless we are willing to trade for him. And I still don’t see all that depth at pitching equating into qaulity rotation, look at all the problems we have now. And next year isn’t any different with the possibility that JJ won’t be offered arb, Beachy possibly not making it back at all next year, Hudson another year older and I doubt all of the physical issues gone, Hanson is what he is nothing more than a 2 or 3 starter and then you lump all of these together Delgado, Minor, Teheran and Medlen to which none of them have shown they are ready to lead a club. I just don’t see all of this quality everyone has faith in for next season, I see the quantity by not quality.
Well said AT and I agree with this statement 100%. I just hope Wren sees the rotation as we do because this team really needs an ace this year and in the future. Greinke would be a really good addition for this team.
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June 28th, 20124:23 pm
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June 28th, 201211:32 pm
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