September 25, 2011

Show #166: The Braves Leave No Room for Error

Sizing up the Braves chances of getting to the post season.  Should Fredi stay?  And is there a better batting order?

 

 

490 Responses to “Show #166: The Braves Leave No Room for Error”

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  1. 401
    Ham Says:

    M in M you are a genius. An evil, twisted, sadistic genius.

  2. 402
    Mark in Memphis Says:

    “All hands on deck”?

    Try get below and pump out this sinking ship…

  3. 403
    Nate Says:

    #399, I have felt the same about Mac for weeks. especially with the young guys on the mound.

  4. 404
    Ham Says:

    They just showed a shot of St Louis pulling out the champagne and getting ready.

    I hate.

  5. 405
    Steve Says:

    #400 – Yes

  6. 406
    Mark in Memphis Says:

    I do wish the “young un’s” could have been around JJ (though I understand they wouldn’t have been called up had he been able to pitch) and see you don’t have to throw your hardest to get outs… Let up a little, get a little more movement on the ball, pitch a bit more to contact and go longer in games…

    It was a domino effect. The young starters pitched well, but came out of games earlier, which taxed the bullpen more, which caused them to not pitch as well, which led to exposing our lack of offense, which caused us to lose games we should have won, which will probably cause the Braves to miss the playoffs…

  7. 407
    Pure Says:

    If we lose today, guys don’t even bother making a podcast for a month. I won’t be reading or listening about baseball for quite a while.

  8. 408
    Nate Says:

    Dear Frank,

    it’s time to clean house.

    -A Fan

  9. 409
    Ham Says:

    Boooooooooooooooo.

  10. 410
    Mark in Memphis Says:

    Well, Henske is officially not a good luck charm for the playoffs anymore… Atlanta sucked the luck out of him…

    At least Venters and Kimbrel will get a rest now…

  11. 411
    Walker Says:

    I’ve hit rock bottom

  12. 412
    Nate Says:

    Just a terrible way to go out.

  13. 413
    Curt Says:

    Leyritz has some company

  14. 414
    Nate Says:

    The Braves continue to crush their fans year after year.

  15. 415
    Mark in Memphis Says:

    The really amazing thing is that Boston may get their win from a rain shortened game…

  16. 416
    Steve Says:

    #411 – As have I. Good night folks. It will feel better tomorrow after a good night of sleep. Not really.

  17. 417
    john j Says:

    18th game since Aug 16 with 3 runs or less. Say goodbye to many of these players. And, hopefully some of the coaches. Need some guys with heart. The list is way too long of players that quit in August.

  18. 418
    Nate Says:

    On the bright side, now the fellas can all go huntin’.

  19. 419
    QC Bravo Says:

    Fredi will still pitch Kimbrel and Venters Sat, Sun and Monday.

  20. 420
    Steve Says:

    #419 – Fantastic.

  21. 421
    Nate Says:

    Possibly the post of the year, QC Bravo.

  22. 422
    john j Says:

    Tough season, McCann was supposed to be Chipper’s replacement as the leader; he showed nothing in the second half. I hope it was injuries. Prado, Heyward, Gonzales failed to meet minimum goals. The pinch hitting was terrible. Braves will have to find some hitters by trading pitching and my guess is that Freeman is the only untouchable on the team besides Chipper who wouldn’t go anywhere. NO matter how good your pitching staff is, got to score some runs. But, Wren, please start by giving Lowe away or resign or do both.

  23. 423
    Frigatedoc Says:

    Sorry guys…..I know the Braves lost that game but I want to throw a big poo poo sandwich at the third base umpire. He cost us a run that sorry blank blank blank

  24. 424
    Curt Says:

    Hopefully this is the end of Liberty Media too

  25. 425
    Nate Says:

    The lasting image I have is how lifeless our dugout looked when they were playing for their postseason lives.

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