August 20, 2017

Show 380: Positioning for 2018

What to expect down the stretch. By the numbers with Dansby, Viz, Sims, and Newk. Acuna and Medlen watch.



5 Responses to “Show 380: Positioning for 2018”

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    Doesitreallymatteranymore Says:

    As the season (gracefully) winds down, I expect nothing different from this collection of misfits than I did at the start of the 2017 season. That being a grand total of 2 more victories than last season. Guess the last laugh is on the baseball God’s now though. Because I don’t think that they will even come close to reaching those ‘lofty’ expectations now. Fun, whoa !!! Yet another Bravos season down the drain.

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    Matt Says:

    I disagree, I think it’s all about understanding what is happening. The big picture is and should be be looked at as always, longevity, continuously, reload, years to come. This is how I see the Bravos rebuild. Am I happy about the last few seasons? Of course not…I have seen glimpse into the future though. Patience! A lot of it is required with any rebuild. What I can tell you….I enjoy watching the Braves more now than I did in latter part of Braves post season run…the sense of entitlement absolutely eat me up. Now they play with a hunger! That excites me!

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    Doesitreallymatteranymore Says:

    Not expecting you to know this, but in addition to being a Braves fan, I am also a lifelong fan of the Cleveland Browns & the Minnesota T-Wolves. So I would hardly call that being entitled, my friend.

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    Matt Says:

    I believe you have misinterpreted my message…I am well aware of the Cleveland browns history as well as the T-Wolves…I was referring to the entitlement the Braves players had during the latter part of their record setting postseason run…not to knock on the success Bernie Kosar and Kevin Garnett had

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    Steve Says:

    I agree that it’s exciting this year. The air of potential and possibility most nights. That said, I could do with a little more winning. And could definitely do with the team making a jump to .500 or better next year.

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