August 30, 2010

Show #123: Our Interview with David O’Brien of the AJC

DOB talks about it all:  the late inning magic, Chipper’s injury, the Yunel trade, KK, the starting pitching and much, much more.


 

 

240 Responses to “Show #123: Our Interview with David O’Brien of the AJC”

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  1. 76
    Nate Says:

    Mets…

  2. 77
    Steve Says:

    Mara, your #74 – very funny.

    I’m not to visit Anne anymore. During the visit, the Mets score two. Back in the press box, the Braves get them back. Clearly, it was ALL her fault. But, I’ll be a gentlemen, take the high road and say that is was only MOSTLY her fault.

  3. 78
    Steve Says:

    Snitker should have sent Heyward on Prado’s single. He should not have sent Prado on the Gonz’s single. Ugh.

  4. 79
    Steve Says:

    Why is Niese still pitching?

  5. 80
    Mara Wanna Says:

    Steve, How does the press box NOT go crazy after a GRAND SLAM!!!! Do they golf clap or anything?

  6. 81
    Mara Wanna Says:

    Wahoo! I love beating up on the Mets!!!

  7. 82
    Steve Says:

    I know Mara, it’s weird. There’s really no reaction what so ever.

  8. 83
    Mara Wanna Says:

    Ach…Nate in CF equals at least a run or two.

  9. 84
    Mara Wanna Says:

    Steve, I will pay you a brand new ABT t-shirt if you will throw your hands up in the air and perform a silent scream the next time the Braves get a hit.

  10. 85
    Anne Says:

    Steve – is there a dress code for the press box? Like, collared shirt, no jeans…stuff like that?

  11. 86
    Nate Says:

    Go Dodgers!

  12. 87
    Anne Says:

    “Mara” you couldn’t see it, But Steve got the Press Box to hold hands, sway, and sing Take Me Out to the Ballgame. Mesmerizing.

  13. 88
    Mara Wanna Says:

    Good job Steve…so proud.

  14. 89
    Ham Says:

    Wow . . . it’s good to have McOut back.

  15. 90
    Anne Says:

    Shout-out for the Mets first base coach Razor Shines. He’s no Rusty Kuntz, then again…who is?

  16. 91
    Steve Says:

    Mara, there doesn’t seem to be a dress code. It runs from mostly golf shirt and khakis or jeans to a little nicer. But there’s a lot of shirts in need of an iron in here.

  17. 92
    Anne Says:

    Alan tells me that 10/2, aka Bobby Cox Appreciation Night, is sold out AND they have a plan in place for 500 SRO tix to be available day-of. A nice send-off, I think.

  18. 93
    Steve Says:

    Another heartening win, folks. Heyward look unstoppable again. And Derrek Lee looks like he’s starting to catch up to fast balls.

  19. 94
    Mara Wanna Says:

    Thanks for nothing Dodgers.

  20. 95
    Curt Says:

    Freddie Freeman is heading down 85 as we speak

  21. 96
    Bub Says:

    Braves have allowed the fewest runs in the NL East. By 21!

    And scored the most runs in the NL East. By 36!!

    … and have the best run differential. By 61!!!

    It’s almost as if they’re good.

  22. 97
    Bub Says:

    Freeman get called up, Curt?

  23. 98
    Mara Wanna Says:

    Y yes Bub…he did. I used my manly voice while typing that.

  24. 99
    Mara Wanna Says:

    You know if we play the Rangers in the post season Frenchy’ll kill us

  25. 100
    Nate Says:

    With his 0-2 last night, McOut’s average is now down to .166. Wouldn’t it have been better to call up another outfielder who actually hits. Now we have McOut and Ankiel. Together they almost make a whole baseball player. Now we will see puzzling moves like putting in McLouth instead of Ankiel for defensive purposes., when we all know by now that Ankiel is much better than McOut at CF and Baseball in general. In spite of the third coming of McOut, last night was a very “heartening win”, as V-I-Steve pointed out.

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