1:11 pm December 6, 2012, by David O'Brien
December 6th, 20123:54 pm
The Braves have an excellent bullpen and a very good starting pitching. The only additional money I would spend would be if FW could improve the starting pitching staff.
Greinke has never liked the spotlight and LA and Texas have big spotlights and huge expectations of him, especially if he signs for astronomical dollars.
I have always wondered if in the back of his mind he wouldn’t rather play for the Braves for very good money than the bigger venues and excellent money. Money isn’t everything (except to Boras)
I still believe Wren is planning a deal. With extra pitching and the Upton signing, we are still sitting in a good position. Even if we traded for Michael Young (who hasn’t waived his no trade clause yet) and put Prado back in LF, we still wouldn’t have that “prototypical lead off guy.” The end of the Winter Meetings does not equal a trade deadline.
December 6th, 20123:56 pm
Need to sign Durbin now and our bullpen will be complete, stand pat on LF until we see what happens in ST, we still have $10million to fill a hole later if need be, we still have all our prospects to make a trade if necessary. Look for a big impact player at the trade deadline. I am satisfied with this team now.
December 6th, 20123:58 pm
Ichiro to LF on a one year deal w/ Reed Johnson giving him days off vs. tough lefties.
Trade for Coco Crisp.
Both reasonable price…7-8m.
December 6th, 20124:00 pm
Ralph, they said earlier today they are comfortable with the bullpen now. Sounds like they are no longer pursuing Durbin.
Don’t overpay in LF. Play Reed Johnson there if necessary, subbing Constanza a couple times a week against tougher righties. Trade Uggla if possible, put Prado at 2nd and Francisco at 3rd. Get Kimbel signed long-term, buying out his arbitration and locking him up for as many years as possible. Take a chance on Venters, lock him up, too, coming off a year as bad as he’s likely to have for quite a while. Extend Medlen, while he is affordable; the kid was no fluke.
Ben Revere has never played more than 124 games in a season and has a career .319 OBP…
December 6th, 20124:03 pm
The way this is playing out, looks like Bourne and maybe Hamilton, will get short K’s and less $. Teams seem to be tired of Boras’ act and his clients may suffer as a result. I say this as I see where Filthies just acquired a CF, so Bourne’s and Hamilton’s options are dwindling. At least Hamilton could go back to Tx; Bourne is now a nomad. Interesting.
As for Braves, I’d not cough up too much good talent. As others have said, see what happens in ST. And if still need a LF, then try to land someone before or at trade deadline. For right now, let the kids play (and KEEP Simmons), see what they can do – might surprise some folks.
@bvillebaron Didn’t say I couldn’t take it. All i am saying is WREN IS A LOSER.
Amazing breaking News the Braves have traded Dan Uggla staright up for Mike Trout, wow that is unreal!!!!!! NO THIS DIDNT HAPPEN or any trade of Uggla so can we just STOP IT with the trading of Uggla!!!! PLEASE!!!!!
December 6th, 20124:12 pm
Real talk, I’m not sure but I think it might be possible to trade Uggla in a salary dump for a mid-level prospect because he makes less than what a lot of free agents get. Teams have been known to take a chance that a guy can get back to what he used to do following a bad year. You could say two bad years, but actually the power numbers weren’t so bad year before last once he had his rather amazing hitting streak. He might fit somewhere else better than he fits with us. The team we have, we need better defense at 2nd.
Let’s make a reduced offer to Bourne. Say five years/$50 million?
December 6th, 20124:16 pm
Bourn would take a 1yr/$10mil offer and test FA the next year before he took a 5yr/$50mil – sort of like what Boras did with Edwin Jackson last year. I would be all for getting Bourn for 1 more year like that.
December 6th, 20124:19 pm
Bravothusiast – Sounds like a plan to me.
bring back blauser
December 6th, 20124:22 pm
that would work for me too Bravothusiast
December 6th, 20124:27 pm
I think if you want to add a significant upgrade to the outfield rather than platoon 2 average players, go after Choo, or even Ellsbury if the Braves can talk the price down.
Dan Uggla was in the middle of the pack fielding and dont you think maybe we need to see if he responds like you think others might to do a deal with us, with his salary it will be the Braves that get to see that happen. I know you might not like the guy but there are not that many better 2nd baseman and honestly really no takers on the trade market, so I am just asking for everyone to give it a rest and hope that he has a good year at the plate for all 6 months instead of two that he has had the past two years!!
December 6th, 20124:30 pm
Angel Eyes.. So a GM that wins 94 games…. (Only 3 division winners in all of baseball won more games) is a loser? If Beachy hadn’t been hurt the Braves might have won the division.
Get a grip Wren has done really well with the payroll he has had to work with. You’re anger is misguided at best and ignorant of facts.
December 6th, 20124:31 pm
December 6th, 20124:32 pm
Well Mr. Wren a PRETTY GOOD team in the NL east will get you about 3rd place this year….So think on that Mr. Wren,you need a impact type player not a scrub…NUFF SAID !! GO BRAVES
December 6th, 20124:35 pm
Frank Wren is envied by a lot of GM’s because he has the BEST stockpile of young arms in baseball. Pitching always has and always will be the most prized possession in the game.
December 6th, 20124:43 pm
And all of you that thinks Costanza is the answer,he is at best a AAA or AA super utillty player..!When after next season the attendance drops by 800,000 to 1,000,000 fans then maybe the Braves will spend alil $$$..Gone take alot to replace Chipper folks..GO BRAVES
First all this talk about Fowler is ridiculous. Do so research and look at his splits…absolutely atrocious away from Coors…watching him play half his games at Turner would be nightmare…plus giving up Minor AND Teheran/Delgado. Not thanks….I’ll agree that some of Wrens moves have not panned out but the whole farm was spent on Texiera (Andrus,Perez,Harrison,Saltalamacchia etc) and that set us back 5 years…he has a limited budget (and already overpaid for BJ (Phils offer was $20mill less!)) he’s being patient…he can’t have many more 3-5 year deals soaking up a limited payroll knowing that Heyward, Freeman, Prado, Medlen, Minor, Kimbrel + Simmons, venters, o’Flar etc will be near or outside their arbitration years before Uptons contract comes off the books….collectively we are paying this guys nothing compared to what they’ll eventually get on the open market….I understand being upset about leaving the meetings “empty handed” but we don’t have unlimited resources…I wouldn’t mind filling LF with an inflated SHORT-term contract since we have the pitching to win now..but I’d be just as pleased if we extending one or more of our studs now to save a little later
Secondly. To whomever said not having Chipper will lead to less attendance. I love Larry. Favorite brave of all-time. But as we say this year he had to practically beg fans to come to games..we have to remember Freddie and Heyward collectively will replace Chipper as the fan favorites. These guys are both early 20s and still learning how to carry a franchise..we’ll be just fine
Thirdly. To whomever said we shouldn’t have picked up McCanns option is crazy…it’s nice to see a little loyalty in a franchise.(if we wouldn’t have picked it up the same peanut gallery would have called for Wrens head if he returned to true form on another team)..B-Mac was hurt the entire season and played through it to give us the best chance to win…if he’s back to 100% next year, a few months in to the season we are going to have a scary good line-up even if a 50yo Otis Nixon returns from the 90s to play left field
December 6th, 20124:48 pm
Bravos ain’t had many durable,productive right-hand hitters since I left!! WASSUP??
December 6th, 20124:54 pm
Does anyone know who replaced Melky in LF after he got busted? Gregor Blanco. Many fans couldn’t wait for him to be gone from Atlanta. But after he left, he put up good numbers as a 4th outfielder. I always thought he was solid. The Braves might end up with three 4th outfielders.
Get native Fowler and be done.He’s a switch-hitter.Rockies got Eric Young,Jr.,so their asking price might be reasonable.Keep Uggla.He brings a presence,he’ll see more inside strikes because he’ll have protection in the lineup,and he’s due.
December 6th, 20124:58 pm
That proverbial window of opportunity is NOW.Too many key studs to resign.Can’t keep em all…Wren knows it.
December 6th, 20125:00 pm
ppaddy123, Excellent point on Greg White. He hit a light hitting .244AVG with a .333OBP with solid defense and the Giants won the WS. Constanza/Reed could absolutely give the Braves as much if not more value. The playoffs are a crapshoot, all you need to do is get there. I think the team as constructed today could absolutely get to the playoffs.
December 6th, 20125:04 pm
I agree with what you guys are saying glad we not the Phillie’s this name has not been mentioned a lot but about Nick Swisher would not mind having him .
Geechy Dan I agree about Uggla, but stay away from Colorado hitters, that thin air there is not here and they will not produce anywhere like they can there, we have Todd Cunningham who I really believe will be our opening day left fielder and leadoff hitter, this kid has a lot of ups and produced at double a last year, and the Braves have a hstory of keeping their best prospects away from triple a as long as possible.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,remember Francoeur and McCann, no one ever heard of them till they made it to the majors and the same could be said of Simmons even though he did make a splash in spring traiing last year and he did not play at Gwinnett he was in double a
December 6th, 20125:07 pm
Morse is a slug in the OF. I would liek the Braves to start thinking about shoring up their defense. Remember the days of Belliard, Pendleton, Bream, Lemke, Nixon and the like.
The Braves won on pitching, pesky contact hitters and above average defenders. Those big slow OF’s are a dying breed because they typically don’t carry their weight on value. They sign for a ton, hit for some pop and in every other way affect their teams negatively.
Quite frankly, I would rather us save the money and prospects .. sign Heyward, Medlen, Freeman and Prado to long-term deals and just let Schafer platoon with Johnson in left. I know Constanza deserves a shot, but we know his upper limit and we know he can play a reserve role. I want to see if Schafer can improve on his impressive first month and a half of 2012 before another nagging injury derailed him. If he can stay healthy he has the potential to put up Michael Bourn type numbers.
Please Braves, do not overpay or overtrade for some old slug in LF. If we can’t get a speed guy that can leadoff let’s just save the money and prospects.
December 6th, 20125:10 pm
Oh, and I almost busted out laughing when I heard the Rockies were wanting Minor + either Teheran or Delgado for Fowler. That is just laughable.
RULES OF being a good GM
1) Do not overpay for saves on the FA market.
2) Do not sign 30+ year old players to deals that take them past 34 unless they are one year contracts or very team friendly multi-year.
3) NEVER give up prospects for Rockies hitters. NEVER.
December 6th, 20125:17 pm
LOWOBPERS show wher the braves said Medlen’s stuff wasn’t good enough. Just shootin your mouth off biatch
You keep saying Wren is a loser…Why? Is it becaue he didn’t make a trade at winter meetings? He still has 16 weeks to get a LF’er…….He was been a winner so far with Braves we just need to step up in play-offs.
@Bravesfanin nashville you really think Schafer is cool..Wow!
@BvilleBaron..my bad on the 15 year old girl..long story on names Angel or Amber sorry. Peace–we all Braves Fans. I do look in mirror and sometimes I don’t like what I see.
December 6th, 20125:18 pm
December 6th, 20125:19 pm
Rotowold.com says we signed Blake DeWitt to a minor league contract, but the braves official site shows him on the 40-man roster. Please tell me we did not use a roster spot on a guy that hit .138 last year…
I know, we have extra spots on the 40-man, and we can always drop him from the 40-man if someone better is signed and we need roster space.
But this is the bottom of teh bottom of the barrel.
December 6th, 20125:22 pm
Home – .332AVG .984OPS 20.8% K-rate
Away – .262AVG .720 OPS 28.3% K-rate
The air is so thin up there. Curves don’t curve as much, sliders don’t slide as much. It’s just easier to hit there. It’s also the reason it’s so tough for pitchers to succeed there unless they throw 100mph like Ubaldo used to. The thin air doesn’t affect velocity like it does pitches that need the air friction to curve and slide.
Not to mention, Fowler’s BABIP was .390 last year which resulted in a .300 overall AVG. That BABIP is unsustainable and his AVG is bound to regress to his .271 career.
December 6th, 20125:23 pm
Constanza looks like a AAAA player.We need proven veteran presence atop that lineup.Give’ em a package of Tehran/or Delgado,marginal players off the farm,and draft picks to land Fowler,and let’s win.Gnats are vulnerable with 2 lefties atop their lineup with Span and Harper.Minor stays.We need 2 veteran lefties to throw at them and the rest of the league.Minor showed up when we needed him down the stretch last year.Don’t trade ‘em.Worth Repeating:Don’t trade Minor!! I think the braves will assess their talent after spring training (seeing where the injury bug will strike) before making a move based on theirs and other teams’ needs.
December 6th, 20125:26 pm
ANGEL EYES is a LOSER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You don’t have a clue!!!!!!! JSTFU!!!!!!!!
Brave New World
Phils are old and sinking fast. Trading away Worley and their #2 prospect for Ben Revere shows how desperate this potential last place team has become. Revere is very fast, has no power, and no arm. Twins fleeced the Phils. BTW, how’s the “greatest” starting staff in baseball doing these days? Let’s see, the once great Roy Halladay has become a batting practice pitcher, Cliff Lee will struggle to win 10 games, Roy Oswalt is gone, and Cole Hamels is being paid megabucks to win 12-15 games. Some dynasty!
December 6th, 20125:29 pm
I like this lineup
Bench Pastornicky, Janish, Francisco, Constanza, Laird
December 6th, 20125:31 pm
@ humbug. i completely agree with you. he has the potential to be a great lead off hitter but they do not give him the chance. he has the same speed and more power than bourn. defensively he will learn once hes out there long enough. ive been saying this for the last season and a half to put him in the LF. no cost, settles worry, leaves more money to collect awesome bench help rather than terrible bench help. if wren was smart hed pull the trigger on that idea.
December 6th, 20125:45 pm
Wren’s not in a hurry.There are a lot of CF/LF options out there.I think he’ll assess the market after or during spring training.He was right to move on Upton.He’d be wearing a Phillies,Texas or NYY uni by now.
December 6th, 20125:48 pm
In my opinion the braves should make a move before the season starts….and the move will need to be a BIG deal. What Frank Wren needs to realize is that attendance will drop due to the loss of Chipper Jones unless significant pieces are acquired to keep more fans around. Pulling the trigger on the Justin Upton deal would have produced a lot of chatter from fans and would’ve brought Atlanta back into the spotlight. Even if Justin Upton isn’t the best piece out there, fans would be more willing to buy into the new Braves team (without Chipper Jones). The fans of the Braves will continue to disappear if Frank Wren/Fredi Gonzalez keep producing mediocre seasons with minimal playoff duration. One thing is certain, if the Braves do not land a LF or 3B, we will not be competing in a world series especially with teams like Washington who have made the deals necessary to make their team better.
December 6th, 20125:54 pm
Wren get Will Myers, he is available. He is young and unproven. Roll the dice and trade Minor & Sprull. I know this is a big gamble but I think Meyers is going to be a special player. It will do no good to send Teheran or Delgado back to minors. They will soon lose their value. One should go into the rotation next season.
December 6th, 20126:00 pm
if you are looking for a player to impact the fans for attendance the player to pick up is ICHIRO he will fill the stadium, not many have seen him play, but everyone has heard of him and want to see the mystique he brings, and he can still play decent baseball for a 39 year old give him a one year contract with a option for performance
December 6th, 20126:18 pm
Ichiro, Ichiro, Ichiro. The Yankees are not going to win a championship. You know, we know it, they know it, and the AARP knows it. If you want a Ring, come to the ATL and bat leadoff. Just because that pitcher from Japan was a bust, it does not mean fans will not love you. You are set for the Hall of Fame, so now come to the club that will dominate it for the next few years with Maddux, Glavine, Smoltz, Cox, and Chipper. Come to the club where Hammering Hank resides in his glory!
December 6th, 20126:23 pm
Why not work a 3 way with the Dbacks and Indians. Trade Delgado to the Indians received Cabrera back and then send Cabrera and Constanza to the Dbacks for Upton.
December 6th, 20126:27 pm
Wendell Miller……………What if pigs had wings…………they could fly!
December 6th, 20126:30 pm
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December 6th, 20126:32 pm
how do the phillies get revere? he is an atlanta native. he had 40 stolen bases last year.
what is wren is doing?
December 6th, 20126:33 pm
The best deals are sometimes the ones not done. Kudos to Wren for still having Simmons and Mike Minor as Braves.
December 6th, 20126:35 pm
I hear ya Jeremy,but where’s the money gonna come from for that BIG deal?BJ Upton just hit a team record jackpot.They can’t move anyone from the current big league roster if they want to compete.Too much outfield talent is readily available.Braves are winning so the talented free agents will be interested.I still say wait until after spring training.Assess how players’ spring training performances or the proverbial injury bug( if applicable) could possibly trade dynamics not only with the bravos’ but other teams as well before pulling the trigger on a outfielder.
December 6th, 20126:36 pm
give up on the idea of trading for Justin Upton, Wren will not go for it and I hope he doesn’t we do not need 2 attitudes on one team, sign Ichiro and go for the gold
December 6th, 20126:37 pm
Coy Mason you are indeed on point!
Heard this same crappy line last year!
December 6th, 20126:43 pm
We heard this same line of crap from Frank Wren and FG last year after the Winter Meetings were over and this same line of crap at the beginning of Spring Training and then again at the beginning of the regular season – I have gotten to the point of believing that neither one of the is smart enough to be worried about anything……they continue to put the same poor product (No Pennant, No World Series) and expect the dumb public to buy their stupidity……well I am done with it and them! If they don’t do something to put together a REAL CONTENDING TEAM – they can stick my $$’s where the sun don’t shine because I won’t be wasting my hard earned money to make the trip to Atlanta to see a bunch of lazy no talent losers at the TED.
December 6th, 20126:56 pm
Braves: J Upton
D’Backs: Shields + Ahmed
Rays: Francisco + (Teheran OR Delgado)
December 6th, 20126:59 pm
nope, I do not want 2 attitudes ruining the clubhouse
December 6th, 20127:01 pm
So, basically what Wren is really saying is that plenty of other teams were willing to pay the price that the Braves are not willing or able to play. So, depending upon the sources, the Braves have between $10 million and $15 million sitting in the free agent signing kitty and nothing has been done on that order.
I guess over $10 million doesn’t buy what it used to!
Or perhaps Wren is simply constrained more than we have been lead to believe. Maybe he doesn’t have a budget equal to last season and so perhaps barring a trade, there is no more significant free agent money and Liberty Media is going to pocket an extra $10-15 million in cash!
Regardless, the Braves as they exist right now for next year are not as talented as last year’s team, especially true on offense. Losing Bourn and Jones and getting BJ Upton is not an even trade.
Then again, perhaps a lot of Wren’s statements to the media is designed to make agents think the Braves are perfectly willing to sit on this pile of cash unless some agent/player steps up and decides to accept what’s being offered. One figures that some 30-something free agents without a team are going to regard $10-15 million a year for three years to be a lot better than working at Wal-Mart!
Revere’s 40 steals are good but not great.He got more AB’s in the DH league.Lacks power as well. I like our outfielders ability to take away those gaps..at this stage in both careers’ my money’s on a proven NL talent in Bourn,who might be willing to sign for less to stick with a contender.The wheels of progress continue to grind.
December 6th, 20127:05 pm
I’m with u blauser…..If it ain’t broke,don’t fix it….too much change is too risky at this stage.
December 6th, 20127:06 pm
my guess is that Wren has put together a deal already, and waiting to make an announcement once all the parties concerned are in on it
December 6th, 20127:08 pm
if any move is made, make it ICHIRO at least you do not have to play him everyday and he will pack the stadium and create fan base
December 6th, 20127:10 pm
Bring back Chipper! Looks like he’s only put on 30 pounds since the season ended: http://deadspin.com/5966391/fat-chipper-jones-has-divorced-his-wife-and-now-has-a-playboy-model-girlfriend
Pastronicky’s mom and dad are posting on here under a variety of names. Sorry mom and dad, your son won’t be on the 25man roster.
December 6th, 20127:12 pm
Read somewhere Braves have $12mill left so i think Braves will get someone agree with Blauser .
December 6th, 20127:17 pm
Ichrio would be cheaper would not mind .
December 6th, 20127:20 pm
I would love seeing Ichiro in a Braves uniform, after all he will be the first Japanese player to be inducted into the hall of fame 3000 hits coming up
December 6th, 20127:22 pm
Emilio Bonifacio and his 7 career HR’s? So this is what’s its come to. 3rd place is a lock, nice and cozy.
December 6th, 20127:27 pm
I feel that Wren has made a deal with Ichiro, but is waiting on Ichiro to find out what Yanks want to do, he feels a dedication to Yankees, but if the Yanks say no you will see that he signs with
Braves right away
December 6th, 20127:31 pm
Braves now have 37 players on their 40man roster, if they sign Durbin that will make 38 then if you add Gattis there will be one spot left. They need to sign Durbin, sure don’t want the Nats or Phils to get him.
December 6th, 20127:33 pm
Look like Francisco knows what’s at stake and gonna give the Braves’ a run for the money (in a manner of speaking) If he continue to put up similiar numbers in spring training,he’s either the next Adrian Beltre-type 3B with 36+ homers yearly or at the very least attractive trade bait.Either way,win-win for the Braves.
December 6th, 20127:36 pm
bring back blauser ——–What are you a psychic?
December 6th, 20127:39 pm
I hope I am right about Ichiro, at least he will fill the stadium, he can hit, he is the ideal leadoff man,he pays a great outfield, he can run and he does not age
December 6th, 20127:41 pm
and there has been no mentioning of Ichiro from anyone coming out of Nashville
December 6th, 20127:45 pm
Rodney D you on point with the NYY AARP reference…… Yankee management is suddenly showing sentiment for their aging veterans,which will guarantee them last place in the competitive AL east:)
December 6th, 20127:47 pm
What do the Twins have against the Braves, trade both center fielders to divison rivals. The trade to the Nats I can understand because the Twins got a great prospect but this one kinda took me by surprise because I didn’t think the Phils would part with Worley. The Phillies are now what the Braves were in the 90’s with their big 3. It’s no problem to trade 4th and 5th starters to fill needs because as long as you have those top 3 starters everything else will fall into place.
December 6th, 20127:49 pm
Yankees need a half-year fix @ 3rd, so Francisco and Schafer to NY for Granderson (with Yankees eating say $7M of Granderson’s $15M salary)? Would the Yankees bite?
December 6th, 20127:50 pm
Ay thoughts on getting Lomo for LF? Always seemed like a high OBP guy which the brave could use. I guess he can’t lead off but you could always have Prado lead off.
It’s not like we don’t have speed anymore with Upton and Heyward able to steal25+ each.
Heck, I aint’ skeert. Two possible scenarios ring out… 1} FW has a deal or two already pending just awaiting the right time; or 2} some of the free spending teams go back to their homes and realize they overspent a bit (much like we do with our Christmas shopping, and decide to return some items) some teams will decide they’d better part with some talent to keep their budget in the ballpark, as well as their jobs.This is where the genius of FW comes in to play.
December 6th, 20127:51 pm
DOB – looking at the 40 man roster I note Constanza and Schafer, both lefties at plate, available to platoon with Johnson. Is that a possibility? —
If the Braves don’t get another LF, an every-day guy, then yes, one of those guys could compete for playing time with a good spring. Or if the Braves don’t trade Francisco, he could possibly platoon or play more regularly at third, in which case Prado could play plenty of LF. Lot of ways this could go. Until team is fully assembled, and we see who is still around and not traded, there’s not whole lot of purpose trying to figure out how playing time will be divvied up. Other than it being fun to mess around with.
Frank for president
December 6th, 20127:52 pm
Wren was smart enough the let our rivals vastly overlay for their centerfielders. Addition by weakening your enemy. Phillies were absolutely foolish in that trade.
December 6th, 20127:55 pm
Logan Morrison for LF… The Marlins hate the guy
December 6th, 20127:57 pm
even though he is a talented player my guess is that Morrison is a basket case he too much into twittering no focus on game
December 6th, 20128:00 pm
I’ll take a guy who’s biggest problem is that he tweets too much. The guy gets on base, is cheap, under team control for awhile, can backup first if Freddie gets injured, and won’t cost much to get. What’s not to like? Oh yea, the guy likes twitter
A fan named Ryan
We’ve also just signed Blake DeWitt, a utility player that hits left handed, to a minor league deal. The guy has no bat, no speed, average defense, nothing to his merit to warrant a major league spot other than needing a utility guy. He plays 2B, 3B, and LF.
Oh shucks! Baltimore has resigned McOut! Dog gone it!
December 6th, 20128:01 pm
I always liked Morrison, he always killed us
December 6th, 20128:03 pm
Bench so far:
SS Paul Janish
C Gerald Laird
OF Reed Johnson
UT Blake DeWitt
3B Juan Francisco
December 6th, 20128:04 pm
This free agent stuff is so out of control. None of these guys is worth that much cash. It have gone past absurd. I’ll have no issue with the Braves if they just stay away from FAs in the future.
Chipper's at it again.
December 6th, 20128:06 pm
Check out Busted Coverage for the news that Chipper is now dating a NSFW Playboy shower model. He has also put on a few pounds since throwing that ball away in the WC game.
December 6th, 20128:07 pm
forget DeWitt, he ill be in Gwinnett, you forgot Preacher, he will be extra third base and outfield reserve
December 6th, 20128:08 pm
I saw the picture of Chipper, she is a LQQKER
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