Braves vs. Phillies in Opening Night game on ESPN2

The Braves’ April 1 regular-season opener against Philadelphia at Turner Field will start at 7 p.m. and be carried by ESPN2 as part of Opening Night prime-time doubleheader.

It will mark just the second time in nine seasons that the Braves have opened at home. They start the season with a pair of three-game series against the Phillies and Chicago Cubs at Turner Field, before hitting the road for a six-game trip to Miami and Washington.

There’s an open date built into the schedule April 2 in case of an opening-game rainout. The Day 2 open date has become standard around baseball, so that teams don’t potentially have to give out a huge number of rainchecks to sellout or near-sellout crowds on opening day.

The 2012 Braves finished second in the NL East behind Washington with a 94-68 record, tied for fourth-best in the majors. Their postseason ended abruptly when the Braves lost to St. Louis in the inaugural NL Wild Card game, the first one-game playoff since the addition of a second wild card team in each league.

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BravesMAN

January 3rd, 2013
3:35 pm

Medlan beats Halladay and Braves win 5-3

Kevin

January 3rd, 2013
3:39 pm

Uggla is already down two strikes.

Kevin

January 3rd, 2013
3:39 pm

Uggla is already down two strikes.

BILLYJAY

January 3rd, 2013
3:41 pm

Ill take it, the first to say FIRST!! CMON DOB, can I get a KUDOS?

Steve

January 3rd, 2013
3:44 pm

BILLJAY what would you have won if you were “first?”

Bud

January 3rd, 2013
3:55 pm

Looking for forward to Opening Day! Congress should make a National Holdiay, either 1 April or the First Monday in April.

hmmmmm..........

January 3rd, 2013
4:02 pm

hmmmmm..........

January 3rd, 2013
4:05 pm

BILLYJAY if you want a Kudos go to a Mark Bradley column and actually be first.

Bench

January 3rd, 2013
4:06 pm

Would be nice to have someone like Adam Eaton leading off.

Henry

January 3rd, 2013
4:27 pm

Is there going to be another crummy one-game Wild Card “series” this year? What a farce. That might make sense in other sports, where the entire team gets to play each game, but not in baseball, where four starting pitchers and likely much of the bullpen doesn’t get to contribute in a single game. Great incentive to try to win your division, I guess, but not a true test of a team’s worth. For the Braves, 2012 came down to one horrible inning and the worst infield fly call of all time. Baseball desperately needs to ditch that format.

braves bobblehead 42

January 3rd, 2013
4:38 pm

You mean Uggla has already struck out and has thrown his bat in disgust :-)

urban redneck

January 3rd, 2013
4:46 pm

billyjay…….first is stupid……..and you lost. go bravos.

BravesFanInNashville

January 3rd, 2013
4:56 pm

Henry ………….TOTALLY AGREE…….. there are so many reasons it’s not a good way to eliminate a baseball team from the postseason. What you just mentioned is key… (The Whole Team isn’t involved in the one game format like it is in pro football and basketball for the NCAA tournament)

Another huge factor as I posted in yesterday’s blog is you could have 1 Wild Card team that won 99 games and that just pitched their #1, 2 and 3 pitchers in the final weekend of the season trying to win their division but come up 1 game short. Another Wild Card team could win only 89 or 90 games and have rested their aces because they finished 5 games or more out of first in their division. So the 2nd Wild Card team had no chance at the Division in the last weekend but had the Wild Card sown up so they get to pitch their Ace in the 1 game playoff and have their #2 starter rested in case they need him. The team that won 99 games has to pitch their #4 starter or go with a # 1 with two days rest at best.

This doesn’t represent a reasonable reward for winning 10 games more than the other WC team and it doesn’t put the best players into the series which will make ratings better than watching a superior team lose with a #4 starter on the mound.

This must be fixed if MLB wants to have any credibility with fans for the playoff system.

Atlbirdawg

January 3rd, 2013
5:03 pm

Did the Braves keep their 4th of July Home game? Usually MLB gives you one or the other.

Atlbirdawg

January 3rd, 2013
5:05 pm

Nevermind I see the Braves are playing Miami in Atlanta on July 4th. That is great!

Bobby Cox

January 3rd, 2013
5:20 pm

Fredi tells me he’s gonna have Jordan Schafer in LF batting leadoff.

Y’all remember what Schafer did in that opening series back in 2009 against the Phillies.

I like our chances !

cornjolio

January 3rd, 2013
5:23 pm

Not only is Uggla down in the count 0-2, the bases are loaded.

I’m not feelin it …

dawg/brave

January 3rd, 2013
5:24 pm

troubling that its only the 2nd opening series at home in the last 9 years

Pongo

January 3rd, 2013
5:36 pm

Keep that WC format ! That game against StL was one of the rowdiest, best baseball crowds I’ve ever witnessed. And you only get that in a loser goes home type of game. If you don’t want that game, then shut up and win the division!

DHD

January 3rd, 2013
5:48 pm

If you’re gonna be a fan and post first, at east spell your player’s name correctly.

Frank Wren

January 3rd, 2013
5:58 pm

lets talk up some Jordan Schafer in LF !

NorthGeorgiaBravesFan

January 3rd, 2013
6:05 pm

April 1 can’t get here fast enough!

Phillies Phanatic

January 3rd, 2013
6:08 pm

I know where I’ll be on April 1st !

technut

January 3rd, 2013
6:11 pm

Kevin that’s funny as hell.

Norris Chuck

January 3rd, 2013
6:50 pm

Diamondbacks “Open” To Discussing Upton

By Ben Nicholson-Smith [January 3 at 3:44pm CST]

Facing a surplus of outfielders following their deal with Cody Ross, the Diamondbacks are once again “very much open” to talking about trading Justin Upton, ESPN.com’s Buster Olney reports (all Twitter links). Their specific demands have changed, Olney notes.

Diamondbacks executives have viewed the Mariners as a possible trade partner for Upton, according to Olney. However, the Mariners are on Upton’s no-trade list, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reported earlier in the offseason (Twitter link). The Blue Jays are also on the list, which is partially in place to provide Upton with leverage in talks.

Some officials are now convinced the Diamondbacks will trade Upton rather than Jason Kubel, Olney reports. MLBTR readers disagree. Approximately 34% of nearly 10,000 voters said today that they expect the Diamondbacks to address their outfield depth by trading Upton, but approximately 45% expect Kubel to be moved.

Read more at http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/#BEUMyHpWSqPXf8XF.99

cornjolio

January 3rd, 2013
6:57 pm

I’d rather have Kubel; get on it Frank !

kelly johnson

January 3rd, 2013
7:02 pm

i am open to coming back and playing LF or 2nd Base.

kelly johnson

January 3rd, 2013
7:02 pm

i am open to coming back and playing LF or 2nd Base.

kelly johnson

January 3rd, 2013
7:02 pm

i am open to coming back and playing LF or 2nd Base.

No. 1 Braves Fan

January 3rd, 2013
7:30 pm

My guess is there will be no deals made for a LF at this point. I say this because Bobby Cox and Frank Wren posted above that Jordan is da man!

And a Day of Rain

January 3rd, 2013
7:47 pm

Let the Diamondbacks figure out their problem without our support.

And a Day of Rain

January 3rd, 2013
7:55 pm

DOB- Are you planning to cover the World Baseball Classic as well as ST? Should be an interesting period for Braves (and all) fans.

Expand Instant Replay

January 3rd, 2013
8:34 pm

Opening night game? Thats odd…

Felix

January 3rd, 2013
9:01 pm

Heck, Uggla’s already struck out.

Braves Lover, ESPN Hater

January 3rd, 2013
9:02 pm

The only bad thing about the Braves Opening Night game is that is on ESPN.

I hate that network and supporting it in any possible way.

Why can’t this be on MLB Network instead?

Braves Lover, ESPN Hater

January 3rd, 2013
9:04 pm

Why did Frank Wren sign the wrong Upton brother, The LAZY One, and not make a better effort to keep David Ross?

Ray

January 3rd, 2013
9:04 pm

I wonder what the D backs require to get Upton?

BravesFanInNashville

January 3rd, 2013
9:09 pm

Braves lover….. because BJ was the free agent, Justin is under contract with the Diamonbacks so he can’t simply be signed he has to be traded for…

Braves Lover, ESPN Hater

January 3rd, 2013
9:13 pm

Do Cal Ripken, JR and Frank Wren still hate each other?

(Ask Mark Bradley why.)

Braves Lover, ESPN Hater

January 3rd, 2013
9:15 pm

Trade or Free Agent Signing, Wren signed THE WRONG Upton brother.

Frank Wren

January 3rd, 2013
9:23 pm

With his strikeout prowess, BJ Upton will nicely compliment Dan Uggla and our new thirdbaseman, Jose Francisco.

Braves Lover, ESPN Hater

January 3rd, 2013
9:26 pm

Could we trade for Evan Longoria?

PLEASE….

the truth...

January 3rd, 2013
9:26 pm

@BravesFanInNashville

Your point about the one game playoff is spot on….even Bud Selig cannot argue with it……..so how about you layout an online petition to wake MLB up to the inequity in this format….it would seem to me that getting folks to sign it wouldn’t be too hard….including half or more of the players….

I’ll be the first to sign it…………what do you say?

hmmmmm..........

January 3rd, 2013
9:40 pm

I wonder if Bourn is regretting not taking the qualifying offer?

Braves Lover, ESPN Hater

January 3rd, 2013
10:03 pm

Chris Berman < Dog Wasted on the Sidewalk Outside Turner Field

Braves Lover, ESPN Hater

January 3rd, 2013
10:04 pm

Dog WASTE !

Whatever.

Chris Berman = Garbage

Braves Lover, ESPN Hater

January 3rd, 2013
10:04 pm

Dog WASTE !

Whatever.

Chris Berman = Garbage

Joe Schlobotnik

January 3rd, 2013
10:16 pm

@BravesFanInNashville & the truth… There should be no way a team can make up a 5 game deficit by winning one game. Exciting due to what’s at stake but absolutely ridiculous

Braves Fan for 55 yrs

January 3rd, 2013
10:42 pm

Now if we can get a professional play by play man such as Bob Rathman, and I am sure there are others also. Longstanding, faithful fans have had enough of frat boy who sounds like a teenage girl. By all means we hope you keep Joe Simpson to go with a pro play by play man. Thanks

Biff Pocoroba

January 3rd, 2013
11:04 pm

Delgado will win this game with a complete game shutout. April Fools!

Chief

January 3rd, 2013
11:04 pm

Hell..Ugly thakes the golden sombero!

Chief

January 3rd, 2013
11:05 pm

Hell…Ugly takes the golden sombreo!!!

Chief

January 3rd, 2013
11:07 pm

We might set a record for K’s this season!

David O'Brien

January 3rd, 2013
11:29 pm

DOB- Are you planning to cover the World Baseball Classic as well as ST? Should be an interesting period for Braves (and all) fans.

No, covering spring training as usual. Can’t cover both. Particularly this year, when there aren’t any games at Wide World of Sports as there were in the past; even then I didn’t cover WBC because Braves were playing on road those days. U.S. plays 1st round in Phoenix, second (if they advance) in Miami, and championship round is in San Francisco. Won’t be going to any of those.

birdpoop

January 3rd, 2013
11:48 pm

Can we trade Jim Powell and Don Sutton for a leadoff hitter?

birdpoop

January 3rd, 2013
11:49 pm

Im sure we wont get much in return.

Curious George

January 4th, 2013
12:15 am

If a Division-Winning Falcons team led by Mike Smith were to play a Division-Winning Braves club led by Bobby Cox in a fantasy one-game playoff in either sport, football or baseball, would both teams choke simultaneously?

Curious George

January 4th, 2013
12:17 am

Does Chipper Jones feel any remorse about throwing the 2012 Season & Championship hopes into right field during that Cardinals playoff game while he had his mind on his Playboy Bunny plaything?

Angel Eyes

January 4th, 2013
7:36 am

Hello everyone. I am back from honeymoon and ready for Braves baseball. I see that our illustrious GM did nothing

John Poppadoppagopolis

January 4th, 2013
7:56 am

Only 42 days till pitchers and catchers report! If you are a true baseball fan and have never been to spring training you are missing out. It is great fun in the sun. Do yourself a favor and go.

Gratin ham

January 4th, 2013
8:53 am

DOB I know.lots already said about Upton potential trade. I would be curious about
1. What you think a fair trade would be
2. Your assessment of Kubel vs Upton as fit for Braves

GaryinBham

January 4th, 2013
8:55 am

Sorry all! Still learning my Xmas iPad! “Gratin ham” sounds like I am making cheese sandwiches

Cale

January 4th, 2013
8:55 am

Y’all should leave Dan Uggla alone. I’m sure it’s hard enough for him knowing that he’s terrible. He doesn’t need you all to remind him that he can’t hit a fastball, curveball, slider, sinker, splitfinger, knuckleball, underhand pitch, or a ball off a tee. Just let him get his millions.

Ernest

January 4th, 2013
9:04 am

DOB, do you have any insight on the status of Bourn and if he might still be considered for a 1-2 year contract? If he could be signed at the right price, an outfield of Bourn, Upton and Heyward would be a base-runner’s nightmare and a pitchers dream.

Norris Chuck

January 4th, 2013
9:10 am

Diamondbacks “Open” To Discussing Upton

By Ben Nicholson-Smith [January 3 at 7:01pm CST]

6:52pm: The Braves and Mariners have inquired on Upton along with the Rangers, major league sources tell Ken Rosenthal and Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports. One source said that Atlanta “made strong overtures” for Upton earlier in the offseason but came away thinking that the Diamondbacks were not motivated to trade him.

Read more at http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/#3mFD5gyd6E4L1E4w.99

Angel Eyes

January 4th, 2013
9:52 am

@Norris Chuck You have got to be kidding. Wren not that smart

Dan Uggla's Swing

January 4th, 2013
10:02 am

I am soooo excited for ST! BJ and I have a contest going on who can swing the hardest while not making contact! Heyward might join in!

JK

January 4th, 2013
10:03 am

Get ready for a few years of meaningless baseball Braves fans!

The fan

January 4th, 2013
10:14 am

Since Arizona recently acquired a SS, that would rule out their interest in Simmons.

What does Arizona want in return for Upton or Kubel ?

Angel Eyes

January 4th, 2013
10:19 am

@The fan Pitching, pitching and more pitching. You know Wren won’t do that. Forget it. Wren Likes pitching

Joe Nuxhall

January 4th, 2013
10:29 am

I wouldn’t be surprised if we see Dexter Fowler in our outfield before spring training.

BravesFanInNashville

January 4th, 2013
10:33 am

I hope Wren stays the course and doesn’t overpay for Justin Upton. I’d rather have both Teheran and Delgado and see what either Gattis or Francisco can do than empty our farm system and lose much of our depth when either Gattis or Francisco could put up similar numbers to Upton for a fraction of the dollars and zero cost in prospects.

David O'Brien

January 4th, 2013
10:38 am

DOB, do you have any insight on the status of Bourn and if he might still be considered for a 1-2 year contract? If he could be signed at the right price, an outfield of Bourn, Upton and Heyward would be a base-runner’s nightmare and a pitchers dream. — Ernest

I learned long ago not to count our Boras getting a huge contract for his client, regardless of what the market looks like or the timing (late in the free-agent process).

Can’t see him taking a one-year deal to go anywhere, but particularly not to go back to Atlanta, where they turned down a $13.3M offer that won’t be there now, and especially not to play left field (that’s not the way to re-establish free-agent value, which would be a primary reason to take a one-year deal if he did take one, which I don’t think he will).

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Joe Nuxhall

January 4th, 2013
10:43 am

Gattis is trade bait. The Braves Brass has been baiting him all winter long for AL managers to swallow it and make a trade worthy of something good. The same goes with Nick Ahmed.

Braves cannot afford J. Upton. He simply does not fit in the remaining Braves budget for this year. He is owed too much for this year, and for the huge raises already in his contract for next two years.

Joey Hairston, a FA LF’er, might be the next low entry Brave in their carousel of outfielders.

Angel Eyes

January 4th, 2013
11:01 am

@ BravesFanin Nashville No worry. Wren won’t trade either one let alone both. Forget Justin Upton won’t happen. Wren doesn’t trade pitching for hitting

GRAPHITE

January 4th, 2013
11:06 am

Opening night on April Fools day is perfect.Only fools will pay to see this bunch play.

Angel Eyes

January 4th, 2013
11:25 am

@ GRAPHITE Finally somebody got smart. Keep your hard earned money in your pocket. Not smart trying to watch a bunch of clowns play

Angel Eyes

January 4th, 2013
11:28 am

Good idea GRAPHITE. Not much fun watching pitchers trying to hit.

Dum-Bass

January 4th, 2013
11:32 am

Does anybody seriously think things are going to be any different this year? I mean, seriously? Get real, people! FG is still the manager, and as long as he is it will be the same story, different year. Don’t get on the train and that way it won’t hurt as bad when you get pushed off in the last month. BTW, DOB, it was not a one game playoff. It was a one game play-in to see who the wildcard would be. Big difference. You can call a rat a hippopotamus, and it’s still a hippo! The Braves did their usual “choke and fold” routine, and then Chipper Jones has the gall to belittle the Florida Gators! He has a short memory!

Dum-Bass

January 4th, 2013
11:34 am

Sorry, “correction”, it’s still a RAT, not a hippo.

David O'Brien

January 4th, 2013
1:21 pm

BTW, DOB, it was not a one game playoff. It was a one game play-in to see who the wildcard would be. Big difference. — Dum-Bass

Whatever you say.

Caleb

January 4th, 2013
1:58 pm

I’m surprised someone on here hasn’t called BALLGAME yet…

DOB,
I’m betting you would rather be in Phoenix, Miami, and especially San Fran, instead of at Dark Star, regardless of what you’re covering…

Mikega1965

January 4th, 2013
3:27 pm

Red Sox need a first baseball Meja seems to be ready they have prospect Jackie Bradley we could throw in a top ten and have our leadoff hitter of the future he has great obp.

Frank Wren

January 4th, 2013
3:45 pm

“Red Sox need a first baseball Meja seems to be ready they have prospect Jackie Bradley we could throw in a top ten and have our leadoff hitter of the future he has great obp.”

We typically don’t go after players with high on base percentages.

Disgusted

January 4th, 2013
5:11 pm

I would rather have a Kelly Johnson reunion instead of Scott Hairston.

Kelly has been incomsistent but if he can regain something close to his 2010 form — high OPB and 4 plus WAR that is a value sign.

He gives you some extra base pop and will draw a walk. He has had a real good OBP twice in his career.

Mr Pitts

January 4th, 2013
5:12 pm

“Henry ………….TOTALLY AGREE…….. there are so many reasons it’s not a good way to eliminate a baseball team from the postseason.”

WC teams don’t deserve anything but an uncomfortable struggle to gain entry into the post-season. If you don’t win your division the WC format punishes the teams and forces you to roll the dice. Which team won more games doesn’t have any relevance; the teams didn’t win their divisions and are lucky to just have a shot at a playoff spot. It’s really that simple. Besides MLB was blessed by the Braves not gaining entry in 2012 because they looked horrible at that point and didn’t need further humiliation.

Expand Instant Replay

January 4th, 2013
5:45 pm

“Opening night on April Fools day is perfect.Only fools will pay to see this bunch play.” – GRAPHITE

Only fools will continue paying to watch MLB in general. Until instant replay is expanded, we all know what were in for. This point should fans of all teams to demand IR expansion some way or another. Please dont respond to this with the old. “that would make games too long” response. Thats total BS….

SLC

January 4th, 2013
9:47 pm

Do we have to be on ESPN? Bad things happen.

Ted

January 4th, 2013
10:15 pm

The open date is NOT so that teams don’t potentially have to give out a huge number of rainchecks, but rather so customers that PAID for opening day actually get to SEE the opening day game. Phillies are gonna win whenever the game is played.

Expand Instant Replay

January 4th, 2013
10:33 pm

should unite*

Disgusted

January 5th, 2013
11:06 am

I wish the World Baseball Classic would go away — if I were a MLB ownerr I would not want my players playing in some meaningless exhibition series.

H with the international game — I want my guys preparing for the real baseball and that is the MLB real season.

Ralph

January 5th, 2013
11:46 am

We have one too many Upton’s alreay!

BravesFanInNashville

January 5th, 2013
12:09 pm

Mr. Pitts… It’s not what the WC team “deserves or doesn’t deserve” it’s about what the fans think and want to see happen. So in your scenario lets say you have a team that won 99 games but lost their division by 1 game. They had to pitch their #1, #2 and #3 starters final weekend trying to win the division to avoid the 1 game WC playoff because otherwise as you say they “deserve no better”. Then a team that wins 89 games but finished 5 games out of their division but was good enough to lock up the 2nd WC slot got to rest their #1 and #2 because they weren’t playing for a division the final weekend.

So as a fan of the game now I get to experience a far inferior team in the 89 win WC 2 team that has only 1 really good pitcher go out and beat the much better 99 win team because they had to pitch their #4 starter against a #1 it’s a close game but the 99 win team goes home. As a fan I never got to see 2 or 3 pitchers pitch that could be receiving Cy Young votes and almost certainly would have made a difference in the outcome. That’s one bad thing. But here’s the real cost to the game of baseball in my opinion.

Next series the 89 Win WC winner now gets swept by a division winner 3 games in a row in a 5 game series because they just spent their best pitcher in the WC game and really don’t have any other ACES. Remember this team had 10 fewer wins than the 99 win. This second round or 5 game series is almost guaranteed been far more entertaining had the 99 Win WC team been in it because they had 3 great pitchers who never got into the 1 game WC playoff.

I personally as a fan am bored by those lopsided series that end up in a sweep. I’d much rather see the best players on the field at that time of the year. Baseball has a flaw in the system because in no other sport do you have a game that means that much guarantee that some of the best players don’t participate unless it’s due to injury. It’s different if two teams had an entire series to determine the outcome and a game 5 or 7 matches up and Ace against a lessor starter. At least ALL the players on both teams involved got to determine who won or lost.

I’m not interested in what some people think a team that doesn’t win the division deserves as much as I want to see the best players determine who moves on and not a crazy scheduling misfortune like the one described above.

It seems baseball could start a few days earlier if they don’t want to shorten the regular season by a few games and then design a playoff system that is fair that ends the season close the where it does now?

David O'Brien

January 5th, 2013
12:31 pm

It seems baseball could start a few days earlier if they don’t want to shorten the regular season by a few games and then design a playoff system that is fair that ends the season close the where it does now?BravesFanInNashville

The next time you see a pro-sports league shorten its regular season will be the first time. Won’t happen. Ever. For the same reason that the NFL owners won’t eliminate full-ticket-price exhibition games without adding more regular-season games. Money. Always money. No way MLB owners would give up eight regular-season dates (four home gates apiece) to reduce the regular season to what it once was, 154 games, even if that would be the perfect solution to the playoff format.

Here’s what I mean, would I would do if I were baseball commissioner: Return to a 154-game season, which would allow the creation not just of a three-game wild-card series (might have to be played in two days, but could be done with a doubleheader and no travel, whole series played in ballpark wild-card team with best record), but would also allow for the lengthening of the best-of-five division series to a best-of-seven format.

But like I said, it won’t happen. Because it would cost teams money, giving up those regular-season home gates. And teams won’t give up money.

That’s what I’d do if I were commissioner, ram that above plan down the throats of owners by proposing it publicly, after which everyone would agree it made sense and owners would feel compelled to OK it. But I wouldn’t last long as commissioner, because owners would not re-elect me due to revenues they’d lose from the shortened regular season.

jed

January 5th, 2013
4:04 pm

couldnt agree more, dave. but even if they dont shorten the season (they wont), they need to expand playoffs like you suggest here. right now, it’s a very long season, which MLB then turns into a crapshoot once it gets to the playoffs–a complete disservice to what was proven over the grind of 162 games.

BravesFanInNashville

January 5th, 2013
4:56 pm

D.O.B. I agree shortening the season won’t happen for the reasons you stated. Which is why I wondered if they could start the season a few days earlier since they wouldn’t want to shorten the regular season to allow for a better playoff system. Love the 3 game WC format by the way. I think it’s better that a one game playoff, with more likelihood the better team advances.

Weather is really a factor at the end of the season as it would be in some cities in April but it seems they could figure out a way to play more games in warm weather or domed cities early to minimize weather postponements and make up a game or two mid season if necessary. We’d only be talking about starting early enough to accommodate 2 extra games for your playoff suggestion. They already play a 1 game playoff now so 2 more.

Angel Eyes

January 5th, 2013
6:48 pm

Why worry. Braves won’t be there

BravesFanInNashville

January 5th, 2013
6:50 pm

Angel Eyes do you EVER have a positive thought?

Angel Eyes

January 5th, 2013
7:00 pm

As long as you have Wren as a GM there is no reason to be positive. He sits on all that pitching and gets nobody that can hit.

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