April 13, 2014

Show #257: The Braves Sweep the Nats and Find the Offense

The Nats series. The hit or miss offense. Santana’s first start. BJ’s better week and what to do with Uggla.

 

 

65 Responses to “Show #257: The Braves Sweep the Nats and Find the Offense”

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  1. 51
    Tcc Says:

    Have to say #42 is my MVP for tonights game! Go Braves!

  2. 52
    Ham Says:

    Sublime.

  3. 53
    Jeff Says:

    Time to pack in the Struggla meter and bring out the Heywire meter.

  4. 54
    Tcc Says:

    @52 best post game summary ever.

  5. 55
    Tcc Says:

    @53 How about the Gattistrometer!

  6. 56
    Walker Says:

    @53

    Don’t get too crazy. He faced a tough lefty. Freddie looked bad too.

  7. 57
    Leah Says:

    Don’t you DARE stop the StrUggla meter. Ever!

  8. 58
    Leah Says:

    So Walker’s been working with JHey in his timing at the plate just like BJ and Uggla last year. Is this a pattern?

  9. 59
    Danny Says:

    Harang may not be our most handsome pitcher, but he is quickly becoming one of my favorites!

  10. 60
    will Says:

    now on pace for 111 wins! clutch pitching from guys we knew nothing about… all our big hitters close to (Johnson) or over .300 and our two losers hitting well above .200 and making big plays…and doing it AWAY. I don’t think anybody predicted this…

  11. 61
    will Says:

    correction…big hitters w exception of hey ward

  12. 62
    Ham Says:

    Technically, this run doesn’t HAVE to end, right?

  13. 63
    Adam Says:

    Harang for MVP or is it too early? That guy is impressing the crap out of me.

  14. 64
    Danny Says:

    Wow! Anyone worried about Kimbrel, or was this just another example of how closers flounder in non-save situations? Also, he hasn’t pitched in a while.

  15. 65
    Leah Says:

    @64 I’m hoping just rusty but I’m usually wrong about such things.

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