Braves to face Phillies with Howard, Utley back

(Staff writer Carroll Rogers is filling in for David O’Brien this series.)

Philadelphia – First thing’s first….as in first base and Ryan Howard. The Phillies slugger is likely to be back in the Phillies lineup tonight, and wouldn’t you just figure that’s how it would be when the Braves arrived at Citizens Bank Park for the first time this season?

Howard will get his first action since rupturing his Achilles tendon in the final at-bat of the Phillies’ Division Series loss last year to the Cardinals.

Ryan Howard is a Lehigh Valley IronPig no more

Ryan Howard is a Lehigh Valley IronPig no more

I don’t think anybody expects that Howard is back to 100 percent and apparently it’s going to take a while for his leg to regain full strength – this was no minor injury he suffered – but he’s to be back in the Phillies lineup, joining Chase Utley who re-joined the Phillies a week ago. And this is no small this for the psyche of that team and in front of a home crowd of Phillies fans. He brings a presence, and Tim Hudson knows it.

Howard has hit Hudson at a .327 (17-for-52) clip for his career with two doubles, six home runs, 14 RBIs and 10 walks.

Utley is 7-for-23 (.304) in his return, but the Phillies are only 1-7 since then. Three of his hits came in his first game back when he hit a home run in an 11-7 loss to the Pirates.

But this gives the Phillies something they can build on or rally around. They enter this series 37-47, in last place in the NL East and 13 games behind the Nationals. They’ve got management mulling whether to take the plunge and sell, sell, sell, trading the likes of Cole Hamels, who is in his free agent year, and possibly Shane Victorino at the deadline.

Despite the way things have gone in 2012 for the Phillies, they still have an upper hand on the Braves. It’ll be that way until the Braves break through against them on a consistent basis head-to-head.

The Braves are 38-55 against the Phillies since they started their run of five straight NL East titles. The Braves are 13-32 against the Phillies since the start of the 2010 season, including nine losses in their past 10 meetings.

The Braves lost two of three to the Phillies on May 1-3. And the one win in that series – a 15-13 11-inning affair that ended on Chipper Jones’ walk-off two-run homer off Brian Sanches - snapped a streak of eight consecutive losses in the series. The Braves have lost four straight series to the Phillies, dating back to last May 13-15 when they took two of three at Turner Field.

Pitching match-ups:

Normally it’s good news when a team comes to Philly and doesn’t have to face Cliff Lee, Cole Hamels or Roy Halladay (who’s still on the disabled list)….or at a ballpark where the Phillies are tied with the San Diego Padres (17-24) for the worst home record in the National League.

But the Braves know better than to breathe easy. The three starters they’ll face this weekend have given them enough fits to take anything for granted. Tonight’s starter Kyle Kendrick has pitched as well against the Braves as anybody in his career. He’s 6-1 with a 2.53 ERA in 15 career games against the Braves, including 10 starts. (The six wins are his most against any team, and the 2.53 ERA is second-lowest. He has a 1.69 ERA against the Cubs but in only four appearances, three starts.)

Kendrick has never give up more than three earned runs in any of those starts against Atlanta.

Kendrick is tough on the Braves

Kendrick is tough on the Braves

His last start against them on May 7, 2011, he pitched five shutout innings in a 3-0 win in Julio Teheran’s major league debut in Philadelphia. He faced them three times in 2010, giving up two runs in five innings, one run in seven innings and no runs in eight innings over three starts. The Braves managed to win two of those games in 2010 but no thanks to Kendrick.

Then you have Joe Blanton pitching Saturday vs. Tommy Hanson. Blanton shut out the Braves and out-dueled Randall Delgado in a 4-0 game on May 3 that lasted all of two hours and two minutes. Granted, part of that had to do with the four-hour marathon they had played the night before, when the Braves won 15-13 on the Chipper walk-off, and it was a quick turnaround with a day game. But still, the Braves managed only three hits, all singles and one on the infield, in nine innings against Blanton, who walked none and struck out six that day.

And going Sunday for the Phillies against Jair Jurrjens is Vance Worley, who is 1-0 with a 1.38 ERA in four appearances against the Braves, including two starts. He pitched five shutout innings allowing one hit in a no-decision on Oct. 2, 2010, one of those games the Braves had to have in the final series of the season. Then last September 6, Worley out-dueled Hudson for a 6-3 win to move to 11-1 on the season.

Etc.

Hudson faces the Phillies for the first time since that final game of the season last year, when he pitched with such heart, out-dueling the Phillies’ bullpen approach to the game (Blanton, Hamels, Worley combined to give up three runs in the first six innings) He left with a 3-2 lead after pitching 6 1/3 innings, allowing six hits, walking one and striking out four. Craig Kimbrel gave up the tying run in the ninth, then Hunter Pence did his thing against Scott Linebrink in the 13th. Oh yeah, remember him?

Guessing FOX had something a little more in mind when they chose this game for their Saturday night slot this weekend, but then again, this is still a good rivalry. It just is….

Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz, the old thorn in the Braves side, is apparently a thorn in everybody’s side this year, putting up an All-Star first-half. He enters the series second in the majors in batting (.355) behind Andrew McCutchen (.356) and Melky Cabrera. Guess it’s about time the rest of the league figured out what the Braves already know – the guy is good.

And by the way, no catcher has won the National League batting title since Ernie Lombardi in 1942. …

Glad to read today about the resumption of the U.S.-Cuban exhibition game that was played in Havana between college All-Stars and a Cuban national team (U.S. team won 4-3) after a 16-year absence. They played at Latin American Stadium where I got to watch the Industriales play while on a mission trip with my church in February.

Braves lineup:

1. Michael Bourn CF

2. Martin Prado LF

3. Jason Heyward RF

4. Chipper Jones 3B

5. Freddie Freeman 1B

6. Brian McCann C

7. Dan Uggla 2B

8. Andrelton Simmons SS

9. Tim Hudson P

Phillies lineup:

1. Jimmy Rollins SS

2. Shane Victorino CF

3. Chase Utley 2B

4. Ryan Howard 1B

5. Carlos Ruiz C

6. Hunter Pence RF

7. Juan Pierre LF

8. Mike Fontenot 3B

9. Kyle Kendrick P

1,434 comments Add your comment

urban redneck

July 6th, 2012
2:29 pm

TennesseePaul

July 6th, 2012
2:30 pm

Thanks for the work CR.

GO BRAVES!!

urban redneck

July 6th, 2012
2:30 pm

nobody gets first………….bunch o dbags. go bravos!!!!

TheOnlyBravesFan

July 6th, 2012
2:36 pm

Brian from SC

July 6th, 2012
2:36 pm

Last place team, no Hamels or Lee…let’s take care of business and get 2 out of 3. Any two will do.

Murph

July 6th, 2012
2:37 pm

Dear Michael Bourn,

Please bunt down the first baseline when you come up to bat… every at bat.

Hugs and kisses,
Murph

Vacillating Screen Name

July 6th, 2012
2:38 pm

Went to an Iron Pigs game last year. Was visiting the area and thought, “what the heck.”
Nice facility.

SoWeGa Fanatic

July 6th, 2012
2:39 pm

•Under GM Frank Wren the Braves won more games while spending less money than every team but the Rays from 2009-11, Rosenthal notes.

PMC

July 6th, 2012
2:40 pm

The Phils will put Whitey Ford, Sandy Koufax and Cy Young on the mound against the Braves lineup….or that’s what it will feel like.

Frankie

July 6th, 2012
2:42 pm

Time for the ATL to play home run derby in CBP.
Oh Danny boy…

PMC

July 6th, 2012
2:42 pm

Yeah the thing is the Phillies played the 4 hour marathon too. The Braves mailed that game in like they didn’t care to play baseball that day.

Absolutlely horrible game, they were done playing after the first inning. They didn’t even try.

CrαZy

July 6th, 2012
2:47 pm

Dear Michael Bourn,

Please bunt down the first baseline when you come up to bat… every at bat.

I second that… maybe Howard will rupture the other one!!

Capt.Mudd

July 6th, 2012
2:47 pm

Let’s get those bats ready…..Phillies are not up where they were in years past; but they are getting some big players back and will be improved–our Bravos need to make their early at-bats count and take control of this one early…..Go Braves!!!

CrαZy

July 6th, 2012
2:47 pm

I shouldn’t wish bad things on others….. I take it back!!

CrαZy

July 6th, 2012
2:49 pm

Sh-itizen Rank would be a great place for Dan to get going!!

Mark

July 6th, 2012
2:50 pm

CraZy

I don’t want anyone getting hurt either but they have determined he is well and ready to go. I sure would test him and make him make plays he hasn’t had to make in a while.

Murph

July 6th, 2012
2:52 pm

I shouldn’t wish bad things on others….. I take it back!!

Nothing wrong at all with bunting towards Howard his first game back… I don’t want the guy to get injured, but he should be tested right out of the gate.

Murph

July 6th, 2012
2:53 pm

Yeah, what Mark said.

cricket

July 6th, 2012
2:53 pm

cricket

July 6th, 2012
2:54 pm

DOB tweet –

#Braves reliever Moylan’s latest rehab appearance in Gulf Coast League: 1 IP, 4 R, 3 H, 1 HBP, 1 HR.

cricket

July 6th, 2012
2:57 pm

flange1

July 6th, 2012
2:57 pm

Thanks for the new blog CR!

Murph

July 6th, 2012
2:58 pm

Moylan must be working on a new pitch or something…… right?

nolie

July 6th, 2012
2:59 pm

not so sure that Greinke, who pitched poorly against the Fish the other night,a team we would need him to excel against, is enough of a difference maker to warrant what it would take. Guy knew he had a bunch of scouts watching him and he had one of his poorer games this season

nolie

July 6th, 2012
2:59 pm

folks who throw Baltimore around when discussing Wren have no clue at all what that hell hole was like

Mark

July 6th, 2012
3:00 pm

cricket

Thats not good news. Good baseball minds there making decisions and now more CASH

nolie

July 6th, 2012
3:01 pm

Phils own us…..

TheOnlyBravesFan

July 6th, 2012
3:02 pm

Maybe the pressure of knowing people were watching him scared him a little???

Mark

July 6th, 2012
3:03 pm

Nolie

No way in my mind he is worth it. Every year players get built up to be a lot better than they really are because teams want a quick fix to help make a run.

CrαZy

July 6th, 2012
3:03 pm

Nothing wrong at all with bunting towards Howard his first game back…

I have no issue with it… I don’t want him to get hurt either…OK maybe a little!! Good thing I don’t believe in Karma!!

cricket

July 6th, 2012
3:03 pm

An American Legion district baseball president and team manager was suspended after he gave the Scranton Times-Tribune the box score of a game that was never played because one team didn’t have enough players. Using information it received from Jeff Kovaleski, the Times-Tribune reported in Sunday’s papers that Dickson City beat Moscow 1-0 and that pitcher Adam Sosnowski only allowed two hits.
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Kovaleski says he gave the bogus results to the newspaper because he wanted to spare Moscow players the embarrassment of taking a forfeit. “I didn’t intend to hurt anybody, the newspaper or the league,” he tells the Scranton paper. “Being the president of the league, I did not want to embarrass anyone or hurt any kid’s feelings. I am very remorseful about doing it.”

cricket

July 6th, 2012
3:04 pm

Good thing I don’t believe in Karma!

saying that is bad karma, dude ;)

TheOnlyBravesFan

July 6th, 2012
3:05 pm

“We’ve never let dollars get in the way of us making decisions that will help this organization,”- Nats ownership

Ahh, if only our ownership group agreed…

ncbravesfan

July 6th, 2012
3:05 pm

Thanks to their great work against the Cubs, Braves really need to sweep Philly. Have a bad feeling that they will end up losing 2 of 3 instead and limp into the ASB.

Heisenberg

July 6th, 2012
3:07 pm

“Nothing wrong at all with bunting towards Howard his first game back… I don’t want the guy to get injured, but he should be tested right out of the gate”
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So true. Remember Schafer did just that to Chipper ealier this year.

nolie

July 6th, 2012
3:07 pm

that was a great game, wasn’t it?

cricket

July 6th, 2012
3:08 pm

braves win at least 2/3, bank on it

Mark

July 6th, 2012
3:08 pm

Good memory there Hisenberg. I remember that now.

Didn’t Chipper throw him out though?

nolie

July 6th, 2012
3:10 pm

not in my bank I won’t

Heisenberg

July 6th, 2012
3:11 pm

I believe Chipper threw him out the first time but he may have gotten another down that worked.

Brian from SC

July 6th, 2012
3:11 pm

Tonight’s the first time all season Uggla has hit 7th. It’s the 63rd unique batting order used by Fredi this season. It’s McCann’s 2nd time hitting 6th.

Brian from SC

July 6th, 2012
3:11 pm

It’s July…the Braves don’t “need” to sweep Philadelphia.

Brian from SC

July 6th, 2012
3:13 pm

Uggla is the 10th man to occupy the 7 spot in the lineup this season: Heyward, Ross, Francisco, Simmons, Hinske, Freeman, McCann, Pastornicky, Constanza, Uggla.

JoeFan

July 6th, 2012
3:14 pm

Braves will lose 2 of 3 against the Phillies and may get swept. The Phillies are at home, got two of their big position players back in the lineup and the Braves have a psychological hill to climb. To many obstacles for the Braves, a team filled with question marks themselves.

NickB

July 6th, 2012
3:15 pm

nolie

true enough about Wren in Baltimore, I lived in Crownsvill Md then and Angelos was one of the most meddling owners in sports. FW was prolly glad to get out of there

ncbravesfan

July 6th, 2012
3:16 pm

“It’s July…the Braves don’t “need” to sweep Philadelphia.”

Good thing then, since they won’t

NickB

July 6th, 2012
3:17 pm

IMO, any 3 game series against the Philthies that misses Lee, Hamels and Halladay is winnable

Heisenberg

July 6th, 2012
3:19 pm

Any list of worst owners in all of sports would have Angelos name on it. People in Balitmore probably beg for Cal Ripkin to buy their team as much as Braves fans pine for Ted Turner or Arthur Blank.

Brian from SC

July 6th, 2012
3:19 pm

Good thing then, since they won’t

Not with that attitude, they won’t!

nolie

July 6th, 2012
3:20 pm

but think how discombobulated the blog will be if we don’t win while missing all those pitchers. turrible turrible pressure thar…..

nolie

July 6th, 2012
3:21 pm

sure, cause blogger’s attitudes affect the game soooo much…..

Fish Bisch

July 6th, 2012
3:22 pm

Cy Kendrick owns us :(

Heisenberg

July 6th, 2012
3:22 pm

Given Braves history against Cy Young winners and journeymen pitchers, I would almost prefer Lee, Hamels, & Doc.

ncbravesfan

July 6th, 2012
3:22 pm

My attitude doesn’t matter – only that of the 25 men wearing the tomahawks on their chest. They lost 2 of 3 at home earlier when Philly didn’t have Utley and Howard. The first thing that goes wrong and it will be “here we go again, we can’t beat these guys.”

Get ready for a weekend of cap tipping and shoulda, coulda, woulda

Brave New World

July 6th, 2012
3:22 pm

Phils are unstoppable. Best last place team in the majors, and just our luck we have to face the likes of Kendrick, Blanton, and Worley. This trio, plus the soon-to-be-signed Jamie Moyer are already being compared to the best pitching staffs of all time.

TennesseePaul

July 6th, 2012
3:27 pm

Last 9 Starts of the Starting 9

_________AVG__OBP__SLG___OPS_wOBA_L9S9+
Bourn__ .258 .381 .484 0.865 .386 __126
Prado__ .382 .415 .471 0.885 .380 __134
Heyward .216 .275 .486 0.761 .321 ___95
Chipper .485 .553 .758 1.310 .579 __241
Freeman .300 .405 .567 0.972 .374 __153
McCann_ .176 .194 .294 0.489 .209 ___27
Uggla__ .067 .222 .100 0.322 .181 __-10
Simmons .219 .286 .344 0.629 .308 ___65
Hudson_ .150 .208 .150 0.358 .153 ___-3

ph

July 6th, 2012
3:27 pm

pathetic that the Braves are up against 3 bad pitchers and will still probably lose the series with our best three.

Jay Dubu

July 6th, 2012
3:27 pm

Braves need to close out the 1st half strong by sweeping the Phillies.

nolie

July 6th, 2012
3:28 pm

Bourn hitting only 258? Send him down!!!!
actually that likeup has sukked the last 9 games

NickB

July 6th, 2012
3:29 pm

Good God Chipper is raking.

I’ve also noticed the CHIPPER IS A DRAIN ON THE TEAM people have faded away

ncbravesfan90

July 6th, 2012
3:30 pm

Braves Lineup:

1. Michael Bourn (L) CF
2. Martin Prado (R) LF
3. Jason Heyward (L) RF
4. Chipper Jones (S) 3B
5. Freddie Freeman (L) 1B
6. Brian McCann (L) C
7. Dan Uggla (R) 2B
8. Andrelton Simmons (R) SS
9. Tim Hudson (R) P

Phillies Lineup:

1. Jimmy Rollins (S) SS
2. Shane Victorino (S) CF
3. Chase Utley (L) 2B
4. Ryan Howard (L) 1B
5. Carlos Ruiz (R) C
6. Hunter Pence (R) RF
7. Juan Pierre (L) LF
8. Mike Fontenot (L) 3B
9. Kyle Kendrick (R) P

nolie

July 6th, 2012
3:31 pm

gee you would think that zero would be the worst you could do. Who knew you could actually hit negative numbers???

Brian from SC

July 6th, 2012
3:31 pm

Bourn has started 81 games at the leadoff spot. The only other players in MLB who have started as many games in a single spot in the order are:

Ian Kinsler – 81 games at leadoff
Jose Bautista – 83 games hitting 3rd (every Toronto game)
Miguel Cabrera & Prince Fielder – 3/4 hitters for every Detroit game (83) this season

TheOnlyBravesFan

July 6th, 2012
3:31 pm

Uggs hitting .067 and slugging .100 in last 9…. Good Gawd

CrαZy

July 6th, 2012
3:31 pm

saying that is bad karma, dude

:shock:

Kentavo

July 6th, 2012
3:33 pm

Hudson still needs to walk Howard – even if the bases are loaded.

CrαZy

July 6th, 2012
3:33 pm

.067 /.200 / .100

But he’s been hitting the ball hard…

CrαZy

July 6th, 2012
3:35 pm

I really like Uggla, but I hate his extream ups and downs!!!

nolie

July 6th, 2012
3:35 pm

you left off the “ly” CraZy ;)

Mike Berry

July 6th, 2012
3:36 pm

Hey DOB…

You say you were on a Mission Trip with your church back in February. Where did you go??? What was you experience like there???

monty

July 6th, 2012
3:36 pm

OK, McCann homers last night, and we all know he loves him some Bank One Ball Park, ….it could get a little crazy tonight .

nolie

July 6th, 2012
3:37 pm

CraZy tonight….

Mark

July 6th, 2012
3:38 pm

The question and whats hurting Uggs isn’t how often he is hitting it hard, which isn’t as often as we would like to think, but it’s how often he misses it.

Murph

July 6th, 2012
3:39 pm

The Phillies do not set their lineup L – R – L… therefore they will lose.

Or… they will win by 10 runs.

One of those two things will happen tonight.

nolie

July 6th, 2012
3:40 pm

oh I don’t care all that much about the Ks as long as he produces, which he has not been doing for about a month now

monty

July 6th, 2012
3:40 pm

NickB

July 6th, 2012
3:41 pm

Braves Vs Phils player matchup

1st base- Freeman and Howard- edge Freeman until Howard proves he is back and ready

2nd Base- Utley and Uggla , Utley, Uggla is slumping and Utley is hot

SS- Simmons and Rollins , Simmons, better glove, younger, hitting is close between them tho

3B- Chipper and Fontenot , Chipper, just better, even at 40

C- Mac and Ruiz, Ruis, having his career year, Mac is worst

LF- Prado and Pierre, Prado by a fair margin

CF- Bourn and Victorino, Bourn ,ditto

RF- Heyward and Pence, Heyward, better fielder, better hitter, just better

so that’s 6 out of the 8 positions where I feel the Braves are better RIGHT NOW, still even if Howard comes back strong that’s 5 out of 8

Heisenberg

July 6th, 2012
3:43 pm

“But he’s been hitting the ball hard…”
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into the upper deck in left field foul territory, just before swing and missing at a breaking ball in the dirt for strike 3.

Morris Code

July 6th, 2012
3:44 pm

Why can’t Uggs hit 8th, McCant 7th, and Simba in the 6 hole? Now that’s a line up.

monty

July 6th, 2012
3:45 pm

When Dan was going good last year it seemed like he was thinking RCF. Even hit a few Hr’s to that area. He’s really pulling off of everything nowadays. Seems like he swings before the ball even reaches the plate. Maybe they should lace him with a qualude or something, get his timing back.

richbrave

July 6th, 2012
3:45 pm

Efrim
July 6th, 2012
2:03 pm

“…..Finally, some pub for Merejo:

Luis Merejo, lhp, Braves: When we reviewed Atlanta’s 2011 international signings (subscription required), we tabbed Merejo as the sleeper of the group. Signed for $65,000 last October, Merejo earned an aggressive assignment to the Rookie-level Gulf Coast League and has not disappointed. Through four outings, Merejo has a 2.25 ERA and a stellar 25-1 K-BB mark in 20 innings. He’s only 6 feet, 175 pounds, but both his feel for pitching and his stuff are advanced for a 17-year-old. Merejo commands a fastball that sits in the low-90s and backs it up with two potentially above-average secondary pitches in his curveball and changeup. Merejo may not be a widely-known prospect yet, but that could change very, very soon……”

Didn’t i just say all that a few minutes before you posted this up? I could have sworn I mentioned MEREJO and gave his line.

Fly on the Wall

July 6th, 2012
3:46 pm

Wow…not one fire our sorry manager comment on the blog yet….y’all are slipping…. oh and I would rather have uggs on our team, bad stretch and all, than have him hitting against us….remember those days? Ok back to the wall.

nolie

July 6th, 2012
3:46 pm

Simmons aint exactly been tearing it up the last ten games. book getting around and time for some adjustments most likely

richbrave

July 6th, 2012
3:47 pm

Also remember saying he could be a great prospect or another ‘Wild-thang’ PEREZ, but that if i were a betting man, I’d put money on the former.

CrαZy

July 6th, 2012
3:47 pm

Utley is hot

I’ll have to ask my wife about that? I

monty

July 6th, 2012
3:47 pm

Control Pence and Ruiz and we stand a shot at winning. Two Braves killers. They are the new Howard and Utley to us.

cricket

July 6th, 2012
3:48 pm

Simmons aint exactly been tearing it up the last ten games

obviously Fredi’s fault. any of the resident smart ML managers on this blog would have him hitting at least .500

richbrave

July 6th, 2012
3:48 pm

Oh, yeah fire FREDI, it’s all BOOBY’s fault.

Ken Stallings

July 6th, 2012
3:48 pm

The Braves do need to make a positive statement against Philly. The Braves’ record against NL East teams is abysmal and if it does not improve will single-handedly cost the Braves a Wild Card. The Phillies are more than in a slump, their age is showing and this is when the Braves can show they are in the mix for a Wild Card.

Yes, lot’s of season left after the All-Star break, but with all the teams in the NL East being strong, you don’t want to return closer to the bottom of the division than the top!

CrαZy

July 6th, 2012
3:49 pm

Why can’t Uggs hit 8th

Why not 9th?

richbrave

July 6th, 2012
3:50 pm

Yeha, the bloom is off the rose. The book is out on that hole in his swing. But SIMMONS is an astute pupil. I’m bettin’ he will adjust, and continue doing it for the rest of his career.

Mark

July 6th, 2012
3:50 pm

Better yet, not at all! Prado to 2B

monty

July 6th, 2012
3:51 pm

Maybe someone could take Uggla’s last strike, like when we were kids!

Morris Code

July 6th, 2012
3:51 pm

Simmons may not be tearing it up, but he rarely strikes out, which means even if he’s not getting on, he would make a productive out rather than striking out. That’s all i’m saying, he usually puts the bat on the ball.

Kentavo

July 6th, 2012
3:51 pm

Why can’t Uggs hit 8th?

Why can’t he hit a breaking ball?

monty

July 6th, 2012
3:52 pm

I haven’t seen Simmons look overmatched yet.

nolie

July 6th, 2012
3:53 pm

at least when you K you don’t usually double play. some of y’all is old fuddy-duddies about Ks…..

CrαZy

July 6th, 2012
3:54 pm

Better yet, not at all! Prado to 2B

So Diaz can play LF!!! Wait ….scratch that just keep Uggla in the 6th spot!!

NickB

July 6th, 2012
3:54 pm

Simmons lack of striking out is cancelled out by his lack of taking walks, if he could learn a bit of discipline he’d make less outs overall.

But , he’s probably always going to be a contact guy and that’s okay.

Morris Code

July 6th, 2012
3:55 pm

@Monty,
Now that was funny about taking his last strike.

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