May 23, 2010

Show #108: The Braves Keep Winning

The Comeback.  What to do with Medlen?  Tracking Chipper’s progress.  And a state of the team discussion.

 

 

294 Responses to “Show #108: The Braves Keep Winning”

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  1. 101
    Mara Wanna Says:

    Never seen Miller’s Crossing. I’ll watch it when I watch that baseball movie with that Crash guy

  2. 102
    Bubdowner Says:

    Since we’re getting our butts kicked anyway, go ahead and let all Chavez’s runs score. Maybe Bobby’ll get the…

    … … … no, he won’t.

  3. 103
    McOut Says:

    4-11 in the NL East. Pathetic. I attribute Sunday’s game to Bobby benching 5 starters at once, and this L to him continuing the Chipper 3-hole fiasco and giving all of our good relievers 2 days off. Earth to Bobby, this is Major League baseball. Go manage in a softball league somewhere you washed-up clown.

  4. 104
    Steve Says:

    I forget about Miller’s Crossing. Which is crazy, because it is AMAZINGLY good. Really about perfect. Or, the exact opposite of this game tonight.

  5. 105
    Mara Wanna Come Back Says:

    Head. In. The. Game. Martin! Escobar’s rubbing off on him. Come back win…here we go!

  6. 106
    McOut Says:

    Sunday we saw most of our regulars get benched, and today we saw 3 pitchers who probably shouldn’t be pitching in MLB. We lost both games. That’s actually not all that surprising.

  7. 107
    Curt Says:

    What’s the opposite of your manager making all the right moves? A Bobby? A Cox?

  8. 108
    Bubdowner Says:

    “Come back win…here we go!”

    It’s not impossible if Conrad gets on. Prado-through-Glaus are as likely to put up 4 as anyone on this team.

  9. 109
    Bubdowner Says:

    This game minus Jesse Chavez and Chipper in the 3 spot = winnable.

  10. 110
    McOut Says:

    The 8th must have been past his bedtime. I was surprised when Chavez came in in the first place. I was even more surprised to see him face the heart of the order. I was even more surprised to see him face Ross, one of the hottest hitters in baseball, after walking Dan Uggla, giving up a single to Cantu, and almost walking Hanley. Then I realized Bobby Cox hasn’t retired yet, and I wasn’t all that surprised .

  11. 111
    Bubdowner Says:

    I wish we could at least get to Chipper. He’d have a shot at stranding 10 men in a game. Maybe Bobby would…

    … … … no, he wouldn’t.

  12. 112
    Bubdowner Says:

    Some fireworks.

    Do it up, Braves. C’mon.

  13. 113
    Mara Wanna Come Back Says:

    I LOVE that guy!

  14. 114
    McOut Says:

    1-9 w/ RISP. YIKES!

  15. 115
    McOut Says:

    Now leaving in Jesse Chavez really hurts. THANKS BOBBY!

  16. 116
    Mara Wanna Come Back Says:

    And that guy!

  17. 117
    Bubdowner Says:

    Chipper Jones freaking sucks. Sorry.

  18. 118
    McOut Says:

    Really Chipper? Really? Go on the DL. Please.

  19. 119
    McOut Says:

    PATHETIC

  20. 120
    Mara Wanna Come Back Says:

    SIT CHIPPER!!!!!!!!!! Shoulda put Infnte in.

  21. 121
    Bubdowner Says:

    Augh. Why on this big round green world did I EVER think about getting my hopes up in this game. I held it off the whole game just to start hoping at the end. Freaking Braves.

  22. 122
    Mara Wanna Come Back Says:

    Sorry…my fault. But it was fun for a little bit, right?

  23. 123
    Bubdowner Says:

    Un.
    Nec.
    Ces.
    Sary.
    Loss.

  24. 124
    McOut Says:

    We could easily be 25-20 right now, but because of ol’ Bobby Cox were 23-22. We’re also 1for 5 in the WS, but that’s old news.

  25. 125
    Steve Says:

    No runs in the 9th would have been pathetic to me. At least they did something and made it interesting. Chipper is a real drain on this lineup in the 3, that’s for sure. Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuudggggggggggggggggge.

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