2:34 pm December 13, 2012, by Carroll Rogers
December 14th, 201212:31 am
True Cunningham is not ready but Gattis is, this team is built with grinders, the Angels will have problems with ego’s, and the Gnats have the Teddy curse and the phillies we show them what up on opening day
December 14th, 201212:34 am
To all idiots that claim to be Braves fans his name is Bourn not Bourne, yall must not be Braves fans!!!!!!!!!!!! and now I know why the so call legend not make a throw to 2nd or hustler to 1st,,,,,, he wanted to lose to bang his playboy model new girlfriend, well congrad’s u moved up from Hooter girl to porn girls, no wonder we could not win with you thanks but no thanks future HOF clown
December 14th, 201212:48 am
Cisco losing wt. and is a stud and fits our MO we K our hit Hr’s and I am like Dexter on Showtime,,,,,I like it
December 14th, 201212:50 am
CALL ME CRAZY! I think Braves still have a shot at resigning Micheal Bourn? His chances of signing a multi year contract with a winning team is disappearing. The Braves could offer $13M for 1 YR or $25 for 2 years. We would still have our leadoff hitter and even more speed on the team than last year. The Braves should make this offer!!!!!!
December 14th, 201212:52 am
DAV, they said he may sign a 1 yr day,,,Let’s do it
December 14th, 201212:54 am
With Hamilton out of Texas i fear that is Boras opening to get him signed
December 14th, 201212:57 am
The problem is Dav u said 13m i think our great Braves only have 10 to work with
December 14th, 201212:59 am
Upton better stop acting like a punk and listen to Walker. Walker will make him a man and not a punk.
December 14th, 20121:03 am
Upton and Uggla do right and it is on, bring it on LA and the Angels,,,we don’t back down if they are on point. Bmac come back ready and Beachy ready at the all star break,,,,,,,,,, bring it!!!!!!!!!!! lot of if’s but we roll the dice and hope not to hit snake eyes
December 14th, 20121:05 am
Giancarlo Stanton may come back into the mix. Quick deal with Marlins maybe?
$3M is nothing, we offered Bourn $13.3M already and turn Braves down thinking Phillies, Nats or Rangers would pay him more? If Rangers don’t want him? What options does he have? Seattle? LOL
December 14th, 20121:06 am
I would love to see Stanton in our uniform but i dont see it happening
STEELY DAN MAN
December 14th, 20121:07 am
STEELY DAN MAN
December 14th, 2012
December 14th, 2012
Question: since we made Bourne a qualifying offer at $13.3, I believe, is there any chance he could show up in Atlanta and say, “I accept” for next year? Does this explain why FW is going slow on LF? ——————————————————————————————————————————————– DOB or Anyybody …… Plz shed some light on this Bourn situation …. It would be great having him at lead-off again ….. even if it’s for just one year !
Boras may get lucky with Texas but before Hamilton said good bye I loved to see Boras sweat
December 14th, 20121:09 am
Boras get a 1 yr deal with us and it is over we win it all,. that simple but i don’t think our 10 m can get him for a 1 yr deal
December 14th, 20121:12 am
It got real uggly with boras and Wren, Wren try to sign Bourn to a contract at last spring camp and Boras said no, so what did Wren do??????????Trade his agents Hanson and non tender J.J. we are done with this Boras clown………Wren taught that fool a lesson
December 14th, 20121:15 am
Gattis, Johnson, Cisco,,,,,,,,,,with Prado taking the losing position,,,,,,,Braves are all good, I just worry about that lead off spot, Simmons or Prado,,,,,,,,,,,,none are pure for the lead off spot
December 14th, 20121:20 am
We got Twin towers in Jhey and FF and Jhey will be the greatest player to ever play the game. Popeye at 2nd and Pradomatic at 3rd. Johnson at LF Upton at CF and the living legend the espn instant classic Jhey at RF…..Laird, Bmac and the Kid Court at catcher,,,,,,The Braves are all good
December 14th, 20121:24 am
Span with the Gnats and Revere in phili???????? Please make us laugh, lets get it on cause they don’t scare the Braves
December 14th, 20121:34 am
Falcons teaching the NFL a lesson and now our Braves ready to follow despite how much Liberty keep us down, they can’t stop the Braves Liberty down???????? I don’t think so but when you a owner like A. blank u down like 4 flat tires,,,,,,,,,,, please A. Blank buy our Braves and makes us proud to rep the 404 again
December 14th, 20121:38 am
At the play in game i saw Turner dump that Jane fonda communist witch for a sexy american girl, and he was chopping,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,hey left wing joker Turner your politics are a joke but your ownership is top shelf……..willl you take us back please?
December 14th, 20121:45 am
TI try to rep our city but went as a informant real fast, and he not rep our city good and a month ago he rap for the Hawks at half time, I hope he know he not rep the 404 for us, he not ball or make it rain for us, we grew up with Shy D and Kilo and babies like him that cry to the cops and go on MTV to help others made my town look weak.
December 14th, 20121:48 am
Coach Richt teach that clown Aub fan Oliver the deal and a Fish reject turn Braves blog champ who by the way is from Kansas,,,,,,,,,,boy oh oh boy it went bad fast
December 14th, 20121:52 am
Look at the talk, DOB say Gattis and Mejia HR not to shabby….. Does that clown know it is the Licey league,,,,,,,,,,Stanza owned non Mlb leagues, does this Kansas clown even understand anything?
December 14th, 20121:57 am
DOB WOULD LEAVE US IN A SECOND TO REPORT KANSAS BASKETBALL AND U CLONES STILL BELIEVE IN HIM……….HEY DOB WOULD U LEAVE US TO REP KANSAS?
December 14th, 20122:04 am
I bet he never went to Ann’s snack bar and got a GHETTO BURGER!!!!!!! he will leave us fast, the fish ran him out of S. FL fast and now we stuck with him in the AJC but he not know about our Ghetto burger…….try to walk in and she curse you out and make you stay on the porch unil she ready for you……..I hate she sold it
December 14th, 20122:06 am
I bet DOB thought he was down we he went to little 5 pts, vortex to get a burger, FYI the yuppies won at that pt and little 5 points was not the same at that point we lost yuppies won
December 14th, 20122:14 am
This Kansas transplant does not know who tommy nobis is! Let me teach him,,,,,,he is a atl icon who chose us over the Oilers cause he had a choice, you want to make a mark in this town,,,,,,get him into the HOF then i will respect you
December 14th, 20123:20 am
Why do we always sign these guys who are out of options? Then we’re stuck with them taking up space on the rosters even when we don’t use them (Francisco last year). This always bugs me, and they did it again.
Seems like the major players of this winter are settling down and we’re stuck with what we got….plus B.J. Upton and all his mental problems.
December 14th, 20124:15 am
Question: since we made Bourne a qualifying offer at $13.3, I believe, is there any chance he could show up in Atlanta and say, “I accept” for next year? — STEELY DAN MAN
No, he declined the qualifying offer. A player can’t decline the offer, then rescind that move and accept the offer. There’s nothing to prevent such a player from working out a new contract with his former team, could even be the same terms as the qualifying offer. But he can’t simply go back and accept the qualifying offer.
December 14th, 20125:56 am
It’s obvious that the Angels signed Hamilton knowing they will need all the offense they can get with Tommy Hanson pitching.
December 14th, 20126:31 am
Bourn is not signing with the Braves. Let it go.
December 14th, 20126:55 am
Matt Diaz is a good option in left field.. Give him a chance.. He attacks the ball and plays his best all the time..
December 14th, 20127:32 am
Will ba many empty seats in the stands this year!
December 14th, 20128:36 am
The Braves don’t have any interest in trading for Cubs outfielder Alfonso Soriano, tweets David O’Brien of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The Cubs are willing to pay $26MM of Soriano’s remaining $36MM salary in a trade and have shopped the veteran to the Astros and Phillies this offseason.
Read more at http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/#EpXfzIVcvtmvIda1.99
Need A LFer
December 14th, 20128:37 am
Braves have crap in LF yet Wren signs another Jack Wilson ? Braves have the money to get a good LF and Wren just does nothing. Unacceptable.
December 14th, 20128:38 am
before we panic remmember it was an NL team that beat the big hitting AL team who actually had a couple of good pitchers. We need a third baseman or an outfielder and we will get one in the next month or so. I think it might be a game changer for us. Hamilton will blow up in LA before two years pass by. LA is not Texas and the temptations are iresistable.
Joe Dirte (Formally J-Man)
December 14th, 20128:45 am
I think Bourn goes to the Rangers because they need a CF and now have plenty of cash to spend and Bourn is from Houston so Maybe he wants to stay in the same state. But I actually think the Braves are DONE with offseason signings or trades. I think they are gonna have Juan Francisco, Constanza, and Gattis play for the remaining spot. But I think Uggla better beware or we could see Francisco at 3rd Gattis/Constanza at LF and Prado back at 2B. Uggla needs to have someone to push him and if hes gonna hit .215 again then he will be benched or Sent down.
December 14th, 20128:49 am
DOB, what are the chances Wren ring the Angels chimes? Peter Bourgos is not gonna get much playing time with the addition of Hamilton to go with Trumbo, Wells and Trout.
The Angels are looking for pitching, something Wren claims you cant have enough of, but the Braves got lots of pitching. They need another guy that can get on base and get around the bases.
This is still a station to station team in my opinion. Put Bourgos with Heyward, Upton and Schafer on the base paths, that is trouble. Bourgos is a really good player from what i hear in LA so why not try him out?
What do you think?
December 14th, 20128:52 am
NOCAHOMA, did you just correct someone’s spelling of Bourn’s last name and then type in ebonics? Wow.
December 14th, 20129:23 am
This is gonna put us over the top for sure. We’ve got Yanni in the minors, and now the mighty Pena. Both can really play D – neither can hit their way out of a paper sack.
Dumb move, unless they are getting ready to trade Simmons for Upton
December 14th, 20129:24 am
dont know why we dont have intrest in soriano, wonder what it would take to get him, I think he is better than a lot of other options
No Flag Since Lemke
December 14th, 20129:25 am
Good signing of Pena – guy can pick it and is not quite as helpless at the plate as Janish.
But the disturbing thing is Wren seems hellbent to opening the season with a .230 something strikeout machine at 3B in Francisco. Caribbean leagues are a lot like spring training, lots of AAAA players flourish.
December 14th, 20129:28 am
bet fransico will hit for higher average than uggla he will probally hit 260 with some power but will strike out some
December 14th, 20129:39 am
Francisco’s AVG is so low because of his horrible PH numbers. Last year he hit 262/293/497 as a starter, but only 140/229/209 as a sub. If he can get the OBP up a little I think he’d be fine.
December 14th, 20129:58 am
I hope that whoever negotiated the Braves TV deal is out somewhere looking for a job.
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December 14th, 201211:00 am
Ichiro getting 12.5 mil 2 yr deal from Yanks, now we know why the braves didn’t get him, Accept the fact folks, we’ve gotten all we’re gonna get, stop all these wild, “go get this guy, go get that guy” idiot posts.
December 14th, 201211:07 am
Why didn’t the Braves hold Hanson and work out a trade with the Angels including outfielder, Peter Bourjos? The haste to get rid of Hanson, now projected as the Angel’s number three starter, was a typical Wren mistake. Instead, he dumped hanson and got nothing, absolutely nothing, in return.
December 14th, 201211:10 am
don, Bourjos was just made available with the Hamilton signing Until then he would likely have been starting. And they certainly did not get nothing for Hanson. Walden has a career 3.06 ERA and throws in the upper 90s. He should be a good addition to the bullpen.
December 14th, 201211:25 am
Teams need Players like Pena-always did and always will,I guess-injuries happen and unless Team has exceptional Minor Leaque prospects ready to actually PLAY MLB, Pena’s will be needed
-if anybody really cares, look over the World Champs Team roster-Solid Pitching,Outstanding Fielding, great small ball , CLUTCH hitting , ONE SUPERSTAR and ONE Hellava GOOD MANAGER-BOCHY
- Braves seem to match up well with Giants except at Catcher-maybe BRAVES Management ?????
December 14th, 201211:43 am
Assume that when Janish is available, Pena will be slipped through waivers on his way to Gwinnett or to another team — or Pastornicky goes out since he also has options? But today’s big question concerns the Angels. With Hamilton, and without Greinke, they have at least one extra outfielder and need pitching. Has the makings of an Atlanta-Anaheim deal, maybe?
December 14th, 201211:57 am
Rather have Pena than Janish…anytime..
December 14th, 201212:02 pm
Unless Wren has a hot/cheap minor league OFer in his trade sights these money dribbling moves are telling everyone he is not going to get Swisher, Cody Ross, Willingham, Hart or even JUpton type players unless he sheds some salary. Maybe you can pry away & afford Colby Ramus but that is about it.
7.5mm to spend is not going to address LF anymore that is tweaking and July 31 spending money. No one this winter (at that price point) on the FA market will have any kind of real impact.
Wren has decided folks. Prado in LF with a platoon at 3B with Juan F getting the bulk of the starts until he stumbles.
Meija is going to make the club out of ST and be the backup 1B option with some spot starts to keep FF fresh or when he slumps.
Gattis will start in AAA trying to prove he is more that a DH pounding balls in the DR. Meija at least can field his position. Gattis has none at this point. Not a ML catcher and has trotted out to LF a handful of times.
Wren has found his AROD/Jeter SS and he has a CF which he believes will hit better than he has ever done before given what he paid him.
This is your team unless Uggla or Mac is traded to free up salary. Doubtful with a capital D.
IHMO the season will be made or broken by Medlen and a rookie SP coming up. Meaning if Medlen does not channel Maddux or one of Delgado or Julio T does not step up this will be a 85-88 win team max.
The offense has the potential to set a franchise record for SO in a season as currently constructed.
You can debate all the rest but the stats don’t lie. We don’t have professional at bats (these guys dont SO 150x a season) on this club apart from Prado. We have free swingers and a very green kid at SO who we hope continues to hit like he did for 39 games.
Wren should have gotten Myers and probably could have but that like so many ships has sailed for this club. I guess he understands the importance of Medlen as well bc it would have taken Medlen and a Venters plus to get Myers. To honest Beachy uninjured is what would have been needed to get Myers. Medlen is a two month hot hand. The league needs to see him start the season before they know what he really is as a SP.
Bottom line the market is not coming to Wren and the price tags for everyone are going up the longer you wait not down.
December 14th, 201212:03 pm
Dont deal for bourgous (sp) just because you can. A better option will be available at some point. If nothing else emerges, then grab him in ST
December 14th, 201212:24 pm
Why not Alfonso Soriano, We could have him cheap and he is a strong fielder and a run producer. The change could make him even better.
December 14th, 201212:30 pm
we need to make sure we get our money’s worth out of bossman junior. my car needs washed. anyone got his cell number? go bravos.
December 14th, 201212:33 pm
Uhhh do you even pay attention mikega? Soriano is NOT cheap, roughly 16 mil for a season, and plays absolutely horrible defense
December 14th, 201212:39 pm
haha…oh my…you just can’t make this stuff up!! I bet this guy comes up and hits 50 HR’s….LOL! I heard this patience junk 5 years ago!! Same ‘ol Braves…just good enough to sell a few tickets.
December 14th, 201212:43 pm
THE DODGERS HAVE AN EXCELL OF PITCHING if someone will make a trade it will be with theam……
December 14th, 201212:47 pm
The cubs are willing to pick up 26 mil leaving only 10 mil for 2 years. He only made 1 error last year has always been a good fielder maybe not good range.
December 14th, 20121:00 pm
soriano is the answer at 5 mil a year how can we pass this up
he hit 32 homeruns last year
what would it take to get him
i new club could even get him going better
December 14th, 20121:22 pm
So, Anibel Sanchez, he of the 48-51 career w/l record and 3.75 ERA signs for 16 mil per year over 5 years with Detroit. Never pitched 200 innings. Had 2 major arm surgeries earlier. What is wrong with that? Things are really weird in baseball money land. And Greinke gets 147 million over 6 years. Are the Dodgers crazy or what?
December 14th, 20121:27 pm
Soriano is not the answer. Home runs are not the be all end all. All he does is add to our so total which is already too high. Not to mention he’s old (36 I believe)
December 14th, 20121:31 pm
Well I see Pretty boy Wren Has done NOTHING . LOSER again.
If the Braves aren’t going to land a bigger name OF or 3B, then I would like to see them sign Grady Sizemore, preferably to a minor league deal. It would at least give them another option. If none of the internal options pan out, then Wren can always try to make a deal at the deadline.
December 14th, 20121:37 pm
another shooting?? what is wrong with people??? keep those kids in your prayers. this is so upsetting.
December 14th, 20121:48 pm
@urban redneck That is a COWARD that kills 18 kis all underage of 9. QUIT killing our kids. My prayers are definitely with the families. Glad the coward is dead.
December 14th, 20122:28 pm
Someone asked now that Hinske is gone, what are the Braves plans for a backup first baseman? I will answer this one for Wren.
Wren: Well, we like the team that we currently have, so we are planning on Freeman to play 162 games this upcoming season, and if some unforeseen injury pops up, we will put Prado at 1st base, or maybe sign Lyle Overbay to handle the every day job. We only have about the most money that we have ever had available to work with, so we can’t be getting ahead of ourselves here. We believe Gerald Laird can handle those duties as well, just ask him, he will tell you.
Or maybe Pena can handle that as well. Then they wonder why attendance is down. Most fans go go see the team play, but a lot go to watch their favorite players. Chipper Jones was that one guy that put fans in the seats, and what do they do to try and get fans excited in this team with Chipper retiring? They sign a CF that is not as good as the one we had last year, they sign a fat backup catcher to replace the fan favorite Ross, and they sign the backup to the backup SS in Pena. Yes folks, this is what the Atlanta Braves do to get the fans excited. Is it working yet? I would have to say no.
December 14th, 20122:34 pm
Closer to 30 killed at school by a 24 year old who killed his mother before going to the school…Prayers or families. 24 year old mental nut.
December 14th, 20122:37 pm
Randy..Diaz for LF….lol are you crazy? Maybe just kin to Wren.
December 14th, 20122:45 pm
I heard Ralph Garr wants to play. Maybe “pretty boy” would like him. OOps sorry he can’t pitch. Hudson in Lf, Medled in CF and lets go see how many runs we don’t score.
December 14th, 20122:53 pm
Watched news on CNN, Fox and MSnbc..different story on each..only one talking about gun control msnbc…what a joke talking about gun control while so many are dead and hurting.
December 14th, 20123:03 pm
Is there a snowball’s chance in hell Miami would trade Giancarlo Stanton? Just dreaming a little dream, but that would be f’in sweet if we could get him.
P.S.: I wish more people that are disturbed/unstable would reach out for help. There’s so many avenues for help, and no personal problem is big enough that it can’t be overcome, and there’s no reason to take it out on others. I think young men especially think it’s a weakness to ask for help – but it’s not – we all need help from time to time.
December 14th, 20123:11 pm
@Brown Very well said. I agree. If they insist on shooting someone try us. At least we can defend oueselves. This is just stupidity. Oldest child was 9. Just a baby. DEFENSELESS. I am glad that jerk is DEAD. May he burn in hell. I pray for all the families and may God bless them and they can rest in peace.
December 14th, 20123:32 pm
It appears Trumbo could be had for the right pitcher (mlbtraderumors.com).
Your move, Frank.
December 14th, 20124:05 pm
Yeah – the right pitcher like R.A. Dickey. Not a prospect. The Angels are in it to win it now
December 14th, 20124:28 pm
Stand by for Curtis Granderson to enter stage left. Yankees are looking for pitching.
December 14th, 20124:30 pm
@Brown At least they have a GM that does something.
December 14th, 20124:51 pm
“At least [the Angels] have a GM that does something”
Last I checked, Braves GM Wren has acquired a starting CF, major bullpen component, a solid pinch hitter/backup LF, and a backup catcher. And is actively hunting for a starting LF.
You would have to give up two of your top pitching prospects for Granderson….
December 14th, 20124:54 pm
Brown, great points. The LA Angels ownership also has deep pockets. If Liberty Media had the same deep pockets as LA Angels ownership, don’t Braves fans just know Wren would love to go out and get a Zack Greinke and a Josh Hamilton?
December 14th, 20125:01 pm
Angels Likely To Trade Outfielder
By Ben Nicholson-Smith [December 14 at 1:38pm CST]
The Angels have a surplus of outfielders following their agreement with Josh Hamilton, and there’s reason to believe GM Jerry Dipoto will make a deal to balance out his roster. The Angels are “very likely” to trade an outfielder such as Peter Bourjos or Mark Trumbo for a pitcher, Danny Knobler of CBSSports.com reports (on Twitter). Depending on the return, either player could be moved. Trumbo seems less available than Bourjos, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reports (on Twitter).
The Mets seem like a natural trade partner for the Angels given their willingness to listen to offers for R.A. Dickey and their need for outfielders. However, it doesn’t sound as though Trumbo or Bourjos would be an ideal fit in a deal for Dickey based on reports out of New York yesterday.
Both Bourjos and Trumbo will remain under team control through 2016 and won’t be arbitration eligible until after the 2013 season. Earlier today, Dave Cameron of FanGraphs explained that Bourjos closely resembles Cameron Maybin and suggested he’d be a worthwhile pickup for a team in need of a center fielder.
Read more at http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/#0zFwMj4sELcML3bi.99
December 14th, 20125:08 pm
@Brown You are right. My apologies sir. Did he improve last years team? NO NO NO Made it worse
December 14th, 20125:35 pm
How about Hudson to the Angels for Trumbo? I realize Hudson is a 10/5 vet and can veto any trade but maybe he has interest in pitching for a World Series contender before his career is over and would accept the trade. Thoughts?
December 14th, 20125:45 pm
Frank Wren is the Bobby Valentine. Nobody knows why he is able to keep jobs in MLB. He ruined the O’s and now he’s doing his best with Atlanta. We’re stuck with the two most likely to lead the NL is strike outs paying out insane contracts. $31M for .250 50 hr and 320+ strike outs for just two guys. Couldn’t we find two ML players for $800k to do the same thing?
Frank Wren is the Bobby Valentine of GMs. Nobody knows why he is able to keep jobs in MLB. He ruined the O’s and now he’s doing his best with Atlanta. We’re stuck with the two most likely to lead the NL is strike outs paying out insane contracts. $31M for .250 50 hr and 320+ strike outs for just two guys. Couldn’t we find two ML players for $800k to do the same thing?
December 14th, 20126:25 pm
Another trade with the Angels, eh? Seems to work considering the Angels now have too many outfielders. As much as I love Trumbo for tearing it up on my fantasy team last year, I would guess acquiring Bourjos would be the most likely outcome between those two players based on team needs.
December 14th, 20126:26 pm
Mark Trumbo to the Braves? http://www.cbssports.com/mlb/blog/mlb-rumors/21402445/report-mark-trumbo-on-braves-radar
December 14th, 20126:38 pm
I really do like Donald Trump’s hair. I like it a lot.
December 14th, 20126:43 pm
how bout Jimmy Johnson’s hair?
December 14th, 20126:46 pm
hair on what?
December 14th, 20126:53 pm
We need to trade for Peter Bourjos NOW. This guy has some serious potential. He didn’t have a great year in ‘12, but that was mainly due to not getting enough consistent playing time. He has a quick bat with some decent pop, makes contact, LEADS OFF, and is blazing fast. Many Angels fans thought he was the second coming before Trout. Now he’s sort of of the back burner.
Wren, if there was ever a time to show your aptitude in being a major league GM, it’s now. Redeem yourself for BJ Upton, Uggla, Lowe, KK…..go get him. Teheran for Bourjous straight up should def get it done.
Angry acworth man
December 14th, 20127:03 pm
Frank needs to make a hard push for Trumbo!! Christmas would come early if we had a lineup of:
December 14th, 20127:24 pm
Just read where Wren likes the way the Braves are now. Don’t expect any other moves. Don’t expect the playoffs.
December 14th, 20127:34 pm
Trumbo hits monster home runs. That’s it. Smart baseball fans aren’t only impressed by how far a guy can hit a ball….
December 14th, 20127:43 pm
well there you go. if wren likes where we are now, then expect another braves team that struggles to score, lots of good pitching wasted again and a 3rd or 4th place finish.
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