Stunning rally: Chipper’s walk-off HR lifts Braves past Phillies

The Braves have said it’s a different team, different season, and that last year’s September collapse has no bearing on their current situation.

The words began to ring hollow during their recent slide, but Chipper Jones made a loud statement with his bat Sunday night. A two-outs-in-the-ninth statement.

Jones hit a three-run, walk-off homer against Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon to cap a five-run ninth inning that lifted the Braves to an improbable 8-7 win before a delirious crowd of 36,394 at Turner Field.

“It was certainly another one of those games I’ll never forget,” Jones said after his ninth walk-off homer and second this season, both against the rival Phillies. “Nothing beats that.  That’s as good as it gets for a baseball player. To be able to walk off the field [with a win] especially in the situation we were in…”

The Braves trailed 7-1 after three innings and 7-3 after eight, before Martin Prado hit a two-out, bases-loaded single off the glove of third baseman Kevin Frandsen in the ninth.

Jones followed with his 428-foot homer to right-center field, another in the string of dramatic moments he’s produced in what’s been a magical ride this year for the 40-year-old switch-hitter, who is retiring after the season.

“No. 10 came through, man” said Michael Bourn, whose two-out, seven-pitch walk loaded the bases. “He’s the man of the hour.”

The Braves avoided a sweep and snapped a four-game losing skid with just their fifth win in 15 games.

“Chipper Jones, the guy plays like he’s 22,” Braves catcher David Ross said. “Everybody [in the dugout] was just like, ‘I can’t believe we won the game. That’s unbelievable. The guy is making stories that I’m going to tell my kids someday. He’s giving me ammo for the rest of my career. I’m going to tell all my buddies sitting around drinking a beer one day, I remember that [year] Chipper walked off Philly twice.”

Three hours before the game, Jones had said this when asked about putting the slumping offense on his back: “I’d be lying if I said two outs bases loaded, bottom of the ninth inning I want anybody else up there but me. That’s just the mentality that I’ve always had. And that’s never going to stop. I don’t care if I’m 40 or 60.”

Philadelphia scored five runs off Braves starter Paul Maholm in the first inning and cruised until the ninth. Maholm allowed a season-high seven runs and left without recording an out in the third inning in his worst game of the season. He allowed six hits and three walks with one strikeout in his briefest start of 2012.

Digging out of early holes is not something the Braves’ recently anemic offense has seemed capable of doing, but they reversed the trend Sunday. They trailed 7-1 after three innings and were 1-for-9 with runners in scoring position before Reed Johnson’s two-run single in the sixth.

But when the bottom of the ninth got going, those fans who stuck around were treated to a rally and another Jones moment they won’t soon forget.

After Boun’s walk loaded the bases, Prado — amid chants of “Let’s go, Pra-do” — came through with a hit that stoked the rally, drove in two runs and brought up Jones. As soon as he connected with Papelbon’s 1-1 fastball pitch, the place went crazy.

“He comes up big at times when you need somebody to come up big,” Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez said. “Unbelievable. He is what he is. He’s going to be a Hall-of-Famer. Not too many guys can do that kind of stuff. Thank God that we got in that position to make him do that.”

Maholm had allowed as many runs as he gave up in his last six starts combined for the Chicago Cubs. He was 5-0 with a 1.02 ERA in six starts June 29 to July 29 before being traded to the Braves.

Maholm, who threw a nine-inning, 95-pitch complete game for the Braves against the Mets on Aug. 10, didn’t record his second out until his 38th pitch Sunday. The left-hander has a 6.32 ERA in his past three starts.

The biggest blows for the Phillies came with one out in the first inning: Ryan Howard hit a two-run double off the left-field wall and, three batters later, Erik Kratz poked a three-run opposite-field double to right.

“He just sprayed the ball around a little bit,” Gonzalez said. “Really, I think Howard hit the ball hard against him but everybody else dinked some balls — which I would take dinks also, the last five or six days. That first inning took a lot out of him. High pitch count, he just couldn’t recover from that. But again the rest of the guys did a terrific job keeping us right there.”

The last two runs charged to Maholm came after he left the game. Reliever Cristhian Martinez intentionally walked Michael Martinez to load the bases for pitcher Cole Hamels, whose fly ball sailed over Bourn and bounced over the center-field fence for a ground-rule double and 7-1 lead.

Five Braves relievers gave up only two more hits over seven innings. Peter Moylan (1-0) got the win after inducing a groundout in the ninth inning of his second appearance since spending nearly a full season rehabbing from shoulder surgery.

The latest examples of the Braves’ recent scoring problems could be found in the first two innings. With two runners in scoring position in the first, Hamels struck out Freddie Freeman and Ross.

After scoring a run on consecutive doubles by Jason Heyward and Johnson to start the second, the Braves got nothing more in the inning as Hamels retired the next three batters on two groundouts and a strikeout of Maholm.

Until the hits by Prado and Jones in the ninth, the Braves had been 3-for-24 with runners in scoring position in the series. But those timely hits were enough to give the Braves a much-needed win.

“I go out there expecting to win every day,” Jones said. “But for whatever reason it hadn’t been happening for us lately. And I’m glad I got an opportunity there in the ninth, an opportunity to win the ball game and came through. It was a huge win for a club that was a little down in the dumps from the way we’ve been playing lately.”

148 comments Add your comment

Brandon

September 2nd, 2012
8:45 pm

I AM WRITING IN ALL CAPS BECAUSE I AM SO EXCITED. WHAT A LEGEND!!! I’M STILL JUMPING UP. GO BRAVES!!!

Ken Stallings

September 2nd, 2012
8:45 pm

One more feather in Chipper’s Hall of Fame resume!

Brandon

September 2nd, 2012
8:46 pm

And this is why I always watch the game until the end!

Ken Stallings

September 2nd, 2012
8:47 pm

Brandon, all caps are appropriate! Kind of wish I had!

Chipper is beyond amazing. The man is truly the hottest hitter on the team for the year and only the lack of PA’s will prevent him from being in the discussion for Silver Slugger — but since homers and RBI’s don’t have a minimum PA requirement perhaps he’ll get some support for that.

I cannot think of another third baseman in the NL hitting better. Can anyone else?

NorCal Brave

September 2nd, 2012
8:48 pm

The kind of game that comes along once in a blue moon. When’s the next blue moon?

ER Steve

September 2nd, 2012
8:48 pm

I can still feel the chills!!!

Ken Stallings

September 2nd, 2012
8:50 pm

The announcers just mentioned that the win went to the Aussie tat man — Peter Moylan! Nice welcome back for Moylan!

Ken Stallings

September 2nd, 2012
8:54 pm

For the benefit of those not watching the post-game show, excellent comments from Brian Jordan who turned and said to his partner that, “Pappelbon is hard headed. He’s going to throw him (Chipper) another one!”

Brian would have smelled that fastball also. Time for a repeat of a famous quote of Ron Gant, “Can’t sneak a piece of cheese past a rat!”

Brian Jordan, Chipper Jones — two rats who got the cheese!

Runner-

September 2nd, 2012
8:58 pm

Damn DOB, this article is filled with gramatical errors lol, didn’t see the comeback coming so you had to scratch your other draft, did you?

Runner-

September 2nd, 2012
8:58 pm

Damn DOB, this article is filled with gramatical errors lol, didn’t see the comeback coming so you had to scratch your other draft, did you?

Skeezix

September 2nd, 2012
8:58 pm

I was watching until the end and then the unexpected happened. They pulled it off, and once again, Chipper Jones did something magical. I was surprised that Charlie Manuel decided to pitch to Chipper with a base open. Glad he did.
Wow! Did the Braves need that win.

Runner-

September 2nd, 2012
8:58 pm

Damn DOB, this article is filled with gramatical errors lol, didn’t see the comeback coming so you had to scratch your other draft, did you?

Ken Stallings

September 2nd, 2012
8:59 pm

BTW: would be unfair to leave out Jason Heyward and Reed Johnson. They both got two hits and factored hugely in the firrst three runs that put the Braves in position for the stunning walk off win.

Ken Stallings

September 2nd, 2012
8:59 pm

BTW: would be unfair to leave out Jason Heyward and Reed Johnson. They both got multiple hits and factored hugely in the firrst three runs that put the Braves in position for the stunning walk off win.

Brandon

September 2nd, 2012
9:01 pm

and the bullpen did a great job as well

Ken Stallings

September 2nd, 2012
9:01 pm

Htting the button once and getting a double post is getting kind of old! Software for these forums seem to be suffering a bit!

Chippers the man

September 2nd, 2012
9:01 pm

All you chipper haters can suck on that. He’s the man.

blazerdawg

September 2nd, 2012
9:01 pm

You could feel it tonight, even down 7-1. Medlin starts Mon, baseball is a game of momentum…this is the start of a big run.

Way to go Chipper! That was a bomb!

Amber Girl

September 2nd, 2012
9:04 pm

How many of you gave up on them? Tell me all the bad things this team does. I’m not listening.

hawaiibravefan

September 2nd, 2012
9:07 pm

No hate against Uggla, but for this team to produce runs, and win, they need him out of the lineup. You just cant take Reed Johnson out, no matter lefty or righty. Keep Prado at 2nd, his natural position. With Prado there you keep his bat in the lineup with solid D. As a passionate Brave fan, they need to do this for the team. US BRAVE COUNTRY DO NOT WANT ANOTHER 2011 SEPTEMBER

flange1

September 2nd, 2012
9:09 pm

Chipper is a stud,

I hope this game will spark the team to a massive win streak

Go Braves,

hawaiibravefan

September 2nd, 2012
9:09 pm

Reed Johnson, 3 runs batted in, 3 hits (last one started rally). Keep this guy in, he’s a gamer, and he’s not an easy 1-2-3 k, pop up, or grounder out.

PaulG

September 2nd, 2012
9:09 pm

Incredible comeback…..just goes to show you how childish the naysayers in the last couple of days seem predicting the end of the world….I hope some blog tonight & admit their cris de coeur was premature….not a chance

mark

September 2nd, 2012
9:10 pm

Chipper Jones…. that folks is why by son wears #10, I think of Chippers boys watching…one of the greatest cluch hitters of all time no doubt. I watch or listen to every game sice 80′ this one reminds me of the big Otis Nixon catch game.It,s sweet for me!

Brandon

September 2nd, 2012
9:10 pm

Fredi managed a good game tonight as well

mark

September 2nd, 2012
9:10 pm

Chipper Jones…. that folks is why by son wears #10, I think of Chippers boys watching…one of the greatest cluch hitters of all time no doubt. I watch or listen to every game sice 80′ this one reminds me of the big Otis Nixon catch game.It,s sweet for me!

blazerdawg

September 2nd, 2012
9:11 pm

Aloha – Mr. Reed indeed!

Chop Chop

September 2nd, 2012
9:11 pm

I figured we had this game as soon as Frandsen misplayed the Prado ball. Papelbon is a knucklehead. He proved it when he threw two fastballs down the middle to a Hall of Famer. Chipper didn’t get the first one, but he was right on it. He didn’t miss twice.

brave warren

September 2nd, 2012
9:12 pm

the bullpen did a fantastic job. prado, reed, chip, and jhey did a great job with what they had. we pulled it out and hopefully this is the spark this team needed! go braves….i was so excited that i was jumping up and down and screaming and scared my daughter! lmao! go braves!!!!

South Georgia Boy

September 2nd, 2012
9:12 pm

Could be the most important win of the season.

Amber Girl

September 2nd, 2012
9:13 pm

Hey Mr Brandon Great game and don’t count out my man Prado.

Ryan's Dad

September 2nd, 2012
9:13 pm

Five runs in four pitches? Wow!

lee maye

September 2nd, 2012
9:13 pm

Sit Uggla again on Monday. Play Prado at 2B and Constanza in LF. Medlen throws another shutout. Chipper sits Monday probably and Francisco at 3B.

Tuesday, another lefty by Colo. Prado at 2B and Reed Johnson in LF. Ross Catching.

Bring up some more pitchers. There is no reason with expanded rosters to let any pitcher give up 5 or more runs. Gearin, Delgado, Teheran, and Varvaro should be brought up now. And, Mejia and Durango.

Blaze

September 2nd, 2012
9:13 pm

Wow! I missed this game!

NickGranite

September 2nd, 2012
9:15 pm

If there was ever a game tagged with an “L”, that was it. Reed Johnson and Chipper Jones (along with the bullpen) said NO.

bucky oneil

September 2nd, 2012
9:16 pm

Kentavo

September 2nd, 2012
9:19 pm

Enjoy it now, because tomorrow the two black-holes of offense known as McCann and Uggla will be right back in there.

bucky oneil

September 2nd, 2012
9:20 pm

This is why I love Baseball!

bucky oneil

September 2nd, 2012
9:22 pm

Kentavo

“Enjoy it now, because tomorrow the two black-holes of offense known as McCann and Uggla will be right back in there.”

And this why I hate this blog…..

bucky oneil

September 2nd, 2012
9:22 pm

Kentavo

“Enjoy it now, because tomorrow the two black-holes of offense known as McCann and Uggla will be right back in there.”

And this why I hate this blog…..

Brave New World

September 2nd, 2012
9:24 pm

I was out today and checking the score. When I saw it was 7-1 early against Hamels, I thought “Uh oh, we’re gonna get swept.” Came home and checked score just to see how bad final was, and could not believe it. Braves win! Might be the most important comeback of year. Way to go Chipper, J-Hey, Reed-J and bull pen. Since we ravaged Papelbaum, the Karma is complete – revenge for Kimbrel’s rare bown save. GO BRAVES!

bucky oneil

September 2nd, 2012
9:26 pm

Kentavo

“Enjoy it now, because tomorrow the two black-holes of offense known as McCann and Uggla will be right back in there.”

And this is why I sometimes hate this blog……..

blazerdawg

September 2nd, 2012
9:26 pm

Kentavo – get the f out of my town

Dwayne C

September 2nd, 2012
9:28 pm

The Atlanta Braves will find a way to stumble and bumble their way out of the playoffs in 2012 just like they did last year. These late season collapses will become common with this team. Count on it.

bucky oneil

September 2nd, 2012
9:28 pm

I really mean it. Some of you guys can really take the fun out it…

Amber Girl

September 2nd, 2012
9:29 pm

@Kentavo You are a terrble fan. Go away. You don’t know what lineup will be. How do you know they won’t go on a winning streak? You don’t. I am tired of people finding fault when they win. Give us a break, I am a true fan. I canni=ot say that for you.

Ben

September 2nd, 2012
9:29 pm

Anything that flies that far ought to have a _______ stewardess on it.

Kentavo

September 2nd, 2012
9:30 pm

I’m probably not in your town.
It was a great win – hopefully Fredi will have the cajones to sit the two guys that are really killing the O.

Quack Quack

September 2nd, 2012
9:30 pm

Now, that was worth $14 Million!!

Got to keep Reed in the daily line-up.

FW….Give Prado a raise.

GO BRAVES!!!

Bill in VA

September 2nd, 2012
9:30 pm

The disgusting bloggers of the City of Brotherly Love are just going crazy with the f-word! They even have a picture of a 6 year old boy giving the bird to Chipper and (supposedly) saying it…. How gross can they get??

http://www.thegoodphight.com/2012/9/2/3287589/can-we-get-a-sweep-phillies-at-braves-game-thread-september-2-2012#storyjump

bucky oneil

September 2nd, 2012
9:30 pm

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blazerdawg

“Kentavo – get the f out of my town”

And this is why I sometimes love this blog!

Amber Girl

September 2nd, 2012
9:30 pm

@Dwayne C When Phillies fly out of town you go with them. You are not welcome in Brave country.

Widespread Panic

September 2nd, 2012
9:31 pm

VERY impressive comeback win tonight. As for Battle Ax, what can you say? Remarkable blast from a once in a generation star. I’m even hopeful for tomorrow (another Monday) with Medlen getting the start.

GO BRAVES!

Kentavo

September 2nd, 2012
9:31 pm

I am a Walton HS sophomore, originally from suburban Chicago – like every other whiny transplant

bucky oneil

September 2nd, 2012
9:32 pm

Copying and pasting is another reason I hate this blog…..

Amber Girl

September 2nd, 2012
9:32 pm

Hi Mr Quack Quack. Not DUMB Amber anymore. Just upset with these doubters.

Weaseal

September 2nd, 2012
9:36 pm

These double post remind me of Goodfellows- Gonna get the car,,,, Gonna get the car…

Weaseal

September 2nd, 2012
9:38 pm

These double post remind me of Goodfellows- Gonna get the car,,,, Gonna get the car…

double

September 2nd, 2012
9:38 pm

sneak cheese by a rat or first time read in ajc.You can’t sneak daylight past a rooster.Happy they won.Sure have improved in the error dept.

bucky oneil

September 2nd, 2012
9:40 pm

Kentavo – I’m 53 year old native born Atlantan and life long Braves fan. Maybe when you grow up you’ll find something to believe in.

Negative Creep

September 2nd, 2012
9:42 pm

I like how the post game show had a tweet from a girl that said “I KNEW IT, I KNEW IT, I KNEW IT!!!

YEAH RIGHT, YEAH RIGHT, YEAH RIGHT!!!

Go Braves!!!

Amber Girl

September 2nd, 2012
9:45 pm

@Mr bucky oneil I have only been a brave fan for 2 yrs. 13 yr old born and raised in Dallas Tex. Never saw them play at Turner field but have extra inn. so I see every game. Win or lose, I am a true fan.

Kentavo

September 2nd, 2012
9:49 pm

Sorry; no; I grew up in East Point going to games at Atlanta-Fulton County.
Bucky O’ Neill – I bet you live in Hihara or somewhere like that.
I want the Braves to win, and they will if Fredi uses a similar lineup like today’s – sans Uggla.

Brave New World

September 2nd, 2012
9:50 pm

Bill in VA September 2nd, 2012 9:30 pm
The disgusting bloggers of the City of Brotherly Love are just going crazy with the f-word! They even have a picture of a 6 year old boy giving the bird to Chipper.

Bill: That’s because the City of Bothersome Losers has nothing to be happy about with their second tier Phils, so they have to rip winning teams and future Hall of Famers. I say: “Let them eat cheese steak.”

JHarber

September 2nd, 2012
9:50 pm

Hang in there Amber, Hope all is well with you and Mom. Great win

Kentavo

September 2nd, 2012
9:52 pm

It was funny when the camera panned to pack of Philthies fans sitting there with their mouths agape.

Quack Quack

September 2nd, 2012
9:52 pm

Hey Amber Girl…Glad you’ve dropped the “dumb” part. I’m sure you’re much better that that, after all, you are a BRAVES FAN!!!

KYBravos' fan

September 2nd, 2012
9:52 pm

Help me, please. Who was it who said, “Trying to sneak a fastball by Henry Aaron is like trying to sneak daylight past a rooster.”? Same thing can be said about #10 !!! Whoever said it was probably a contemporary pitcher who had to face The Hammer. Chipper, you are something else!!!! He hit The Bomb, but it truly was a team victory.
Go Braves!!!!!

Larry

September 2nd, 2012
9:52 pm

The problem is that the Phillies grooved one to Chipper. Had I been pitching, I wouldn’t have thrown him such a cupcake and neither would anyone else. This doesn’t excuse the fact that Chipper is eating too much payroll and not producing at the rate he is being compensated for. Fredi obviously doesn’t get it and most of you don’t either because you don’t really see what’s going on. The Phillies exposed the Braves and they’re going nowhere until management sees their flaws. I’ve been pointing them out all year yet they don’t seem to be listening. Too bad. The Braves might have amounted to something if they’d run Fredi and Chippy out of town when they had the chance.

JHarber

September 2nd, 2012
9:53 pm

Ernie Johnson,Sr said that.

Amber Girl

September 2nd, 2012
9:54 pm

Hi Mr J Harber Great great win. Mom still cries her self to sleep but she is better. Now that school has started I am moving on. I have been saving something for you. Ready:XOXOXO. I feel better now.

Kentavo

September 2nd, 2012
9:54 pm

And using somebody else’s screen name is so clever.

Kentavo

September 2nd, 2012
9:55 pm

As a proud gay man, I resent that last remark.

Amber Girl

September 2nd, 2012
9:55 pm

@Quack Quack XOXOXO Did you get it?

JHarber

September 2nd, 2012
9:56 pm

Amber what is xoxoxo, I think I have missed something.

lowcountrylem

September 2nd, 2012
9:56 pm

The legend lives on! Gonna miss this guy when he’s gone and I hope there’s at least a brief moratorium on a future player selecting “Crazy Train” for his intro tune. Just wouldn’t be the same.

All you can say is “Thanks, Chipper………..for everything!!”

lowcountrylem

September 2nd, 2012
9:58 pm

The legend lives on! Gonna miss this guy when he’s gone and I hope there’s at least a brief moratorium on a future player selecting “Crazy Train” for his intro tune. Just wouldn’t be the same.

All you can say is “Thanks, Chipper………..for everything!!”

ray k

September 2nd, 2012
9:58 pm

Wait a minute. I’m the proud gay man on here. Wanna check my LSAT and GMAT scores? Didn’t think so.

Largo

September 2nd, 2012
9:59 pm

That 9th inning sure gave me a “feel good feeling.” Doesn’t get any better than that.

Quack Quack

September 2nd, 2012
10:02 pm

Where’s Philly Phanatic?? Nothing to say? Don’t feel too bad, you guys can still keep Vick!! HA HA

Kentavo

September 2nd, 2012
10:02 pm

I heard there was a petition going trying to get Ozzy to come perform “Crazy Train” before the Sept. 28 Chipper Jones Appreciation Day game.

Amber Girl

September 2nd, 2012
10:03 pm

@Mr JHarber XOXO is Hugs and kisses. Get it now.

Quack Quack

September 2nd, 2012
10:04 pm

Amber Girl Yeah, I’m old school, and I get all the Love & Kisses!!

Lakewood

September 2nd, 2012
10:05 pm

Moments like that you don’t forget. Love of the Braves is something my Dad & I have always had in common. I live in Dallas now so I rarely get to watch the games live. I follow the games online – immediately saw Chipper had hit the walk off & called my Dad. We were like 2 young fans just living the dream. Great example of how sports really bring people together. Chipper – you will be missed. Thanks for what is one of hopefully many more great memories. Go Braves!

Bronke

September 2nd, 2012
10:06 pm

Awesome win. Agree with all who say keep this line up. Keep McCann and Uggla on the bench. And don’t pinh hit with Over the bay ever again. Braves, you did us proud tonight! Don’t screw up again or you’ll be paddled publicly. :)

Braves fan forever

September 2nd, 2012
10:08 pm

What A comeback……… You hatters can get on the plane to Philly or NY and go F—- yourself.. We dont have to buy great pitching or players we win because we are the Atlanta Braves… Keep the CHOP ALIVE

Amber Girl

September 2nd, 2012
10:09 pm

Sorry guys. Got to go. Hope to talk tomorrow. Love y’all. Go Braves!!! Good Nite all.

Brave New World

September 2nd, 2012
10:09 pm

“Get away from the coffee, Papelbaum. Only closers get coffee.”

David

September 2nd, 2012
10:09 pm

Bronke

September 2nd, 2012
10:10 pm

Now Jane. (amber girl) , behave you are not in the jungle anymore. keep all that loving to yourself!

Jasons Shrinking Waist

September 2nd, 2012
10:11 pm

Ya gotta hear phils announcer tom mccarthy call chippers shot..hes practically in tears lol!
WAY TO GO CHIPPER!

LAC

September 2nd, 2012
10:15 pm

Nice to see, But I only hope Chicken wren and “freddi” and uggla are GONE in 2013 !!!!!!!

Critter

September 2nd, 2012
10:26 pm

What was it that Jeff Blauser said some 20 years ago?

Choppinmama

September 2nd, 2012
10:27 pm

Three hours before the game, Jones had said this when asked about putting the slumping offense on his back: “I’d be lying if I said two outs bases loaded, bottom of the ninth inning I want anybody else up there but me. That’s just the mentality that I’ve always had. And that’s never going to stop. I don’t care if I’m 40 or 60.”

Gimme a C for Confidence, an H for Hall of Famer, an I for Incredible, a P for Production, another P for Papelbon Who?, an E for Effortus Maximus and an R for Retirement, really?

What’s that spell……….CHIPPER, CHIPPER, CHIPPER!!!

Choppinmama

September 2nd, 2012
10:27 pm

Three hours before the game, Jones had said this when asked about putting the slumping offense on his back: “I’d be lying if I said two outs bases loaded, bottom of the ninth inning I want anybody else up there but me. That’s just the mentality that I’ve always had. And that’s never going to stop. I don’t care if I’m 40 or 60.”

Gimme a C for Confidence, an H for Hall of Famer, an I for Incredible, a P for Production, another P for Papelbon Who?, an E for Effortus Maximus and an R for Retirement, really?

What’s that spell………CHIPPER, CHIPPER, CHIPPER!!!

Ed

September 2nd, 2012
10:33 pm

Last night I made a discusting diatribe on how the collapse this year is because of all the love being given to Chipper. I am reminded today of why he is given so much love. I am once again proud to have my autographed picture and bobblehead in my bathroom. I apologize to all of you and especially to Chipper.

Silerio

September 2nd, 2012
10:34 pm

I pooped a little when Chipper hit that ball. My shorts are in the washer right nowl

FAA

September 2nd, 2012
10:42 pm

We have a report, confirmed by one of our air traffic controllers, that a baseball that came from the direction of Atlanta, just landed in Charlotte, NC.

FAA

September 2nd, 2012
10:42 pm

We have a report, confirmed by one of our air traffic controllers, that a baseball that came from the direction of Atlanta, just landed in Charlotte, NC.

Felix

September 2nd, 2012
10:46 pm

Suck on that Charlie Manuel and all you filthy Filly trolls!

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