Monthly Archives: April 2014

Prospecting at B/R

I took the weekend off from posting, but not from watching the Braves sweep the Reds. That was a fun series, and not just because the Braves won all three games, though that does make it more fun in retrospect. … Continue reading

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Braves Lines for Thursday

Braves WON! and have now won 6 of the 7 series they’ve played this season. That’s the name of the game — winning series. There is a lot made by some about the decisions that Fredi Gonzalez makes (or doesn’t … Continue reading

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Braves Lines from Gattitude

Braves WON! But they really tried their hardest to lose. At least they did win in a really fun way… with El Oso Blanco rekindling his late-innings zeal for dramatic home runs. It was actually the first career walk-off home … Continue reading

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Braves Prospect Stock Watch

No lines today… I suppose I enjoyed the weekend too much. Though I did do some Braves writing over at Bleacher Report. Check out my weekly column on the top Braves prospects.

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Braves Starters For Real?

A Good Friday to everyone. I was busy working on my latest Bleacher Report article, so no lines today. Instead head over to B/R and check out: Is the Atlanta Braves’ Rotation for Real or Simply Overachieving? As always, thanks … Continue reading

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Braves Lines from Julio Land

Braves WON! Shutup Philly: Julio Teheran threw the first shutout and first complete game of his career. It was fun to watch and it’s a pretty line: 9IP, 3H, 0R, 0BB, 4SO. It was the first complete game shutout for … Continue reading

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Braves Lines for Wednesday

Braves were rained out. The game will be made up as part of a double-header during the Braves and Phillies series from June 27-29. The Braves will skip David Hale in the rotation, and start Julio Teheran today. Hale will … Continue reading

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Braves Lines for Tuesday

Braves WON! Actually, they won, then lost, then WON with an exclamation point. That was an exciting game last night. If you missed it, then shame on you. Uggla SLAM: There are a lot of great videos floating around which … Continue reading

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Braves Prospect Stock Watch

I’ve been slacking the past few days, and I’m slacking again today with no “daily lines” post. I will most likely get at it tomorrow. I have been busy though, as my latest piece on Bleacher Report takes a look … Continue reading

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Braves lines from Wednesday

Braves WON! And the best starting pitching rotation in baseball got better. Ervin Santana was amazing last night. Maybe something magical happens when a pitcher puts on a Braves uniform; it certainly seems that way. Click here to read my … Continue reading

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