January 31, 2010

Show #92: We Sit Down with Braves Great, Javy Lopez

Javy Lopez discusses a wide range of topics including the ’95 Series, the ’96 Series, his relationship with Maddux, and much, much more.


 

 

359 Responses to “Show #92: We Sit Down with Braves Great, Javy Lopez”

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  1. 176
    Bubdylan Says:

    *”the talk do about him” is Over-studied Dutchman for “they do talk about them”

  2. 177
    Bubdylan Says:

    Alright, I apologize to ABT for tainting the comments section of the best interview with icky personal crap. Steve & company, do feel free to erase those posts.

    Go Braves!

  3. 178
    Princess Leah Says:

    If your comments are “personal crap” what should I call #173 and my sick feeling? So does anyone know for sure if the caveman has for sure signed with the Tigers? I heard rumblings but nothing definitive.

  4. 179
    Princess Leah Says:

    For sure? Fo’ shizzle? Sho’ nough?

  5. 180
    Bubdylan Says:

    I dunno, but I had that same dream just last night. And I was like, “Leah, put some pants on, girl!” *Ba-dum, bum ctchhhhhh* [crickets]

  6. 181
    Princess Leah Says:

    Ok…that comment was almost as funny as your t-shirt comment re: 7″ from the previous show. Almost woke up Rev. From his Sunday slumber with my laughter.

  7. 182
    Bubdylan Says:

    Leah, I couldn’t find anything for you on Damon & the Tigers being definite. I would think they’ll snag him, though. I don’t think Detroit is as willing to go to camp with their current team as Atlanta is, and they have a passionate owner who I expect would like the idea of a superstar, aged or not.

  8. 183
    Bubdylan Says:

    Superbowl Halftime Post.

    Go BRAVES!!!!!!!!

  9. 184
    Princess Leah Says:

    Whoooooo are you who who who who. Whoooooooooo are you.

  10. 185
    Princess Leah Says:

    Oh poor Peyton.

  11. 186
    Bubdylan Says:

    Yup. That’s poop.

  12. 187
    Curt Says:

    Just like I called it, Colts by 17

  13. 188
    Princess Leah Says:

    How many minutes after the interception before you and Steve got Hammy’s “Who dat” text?

  14. 189
    Curt Says:

    he’s humble

  15. 190
    Steve Says:

    Yes – big props to Hammy. Who not only had it over Curt and I in the SB department, but most of the country as well.

    So – what did y’all think of the Who’s performance? They were my first rock band as a teenager. The first band that I went crazy for, bought every piece of vinyl they ever produced, every boot leg, had countless t-shirts, posters, etc. All of which to say my critical eye is not too sharp when it comes to them.

    Bub – sycophant is such a tremendous word. I was jazzed about that post for quite a while.

    Chuck James – I’ve got to tell you that your DOB blog moniker has been my favorite for years. Well done.

  16. 191
    Bubdylan Says:

    If something doesn’t happen soon, I’m going back to my bottom of the barrel baseball puns.

    Hey, what did God say after the first man died?

    Adam Dunn.

    What did the bullpen say to the nosy young reporter dude?

    “Boyer Medlen too much.”

    [dodging tomato]

  17. 192
    Bubdylan Says:

    Somebody else loves us.

    http://www.baseballprojection.com/2010/standings2010.htm

  18. 193
    Bubdylan Says:

    Can’t quite understand the Mariners being tagged for last place, but whatever. They picked Atlanta so they’re flippin’ geniuses.

  19. 194
    Anne Says:

    #192 – nice link, Bub. Poor Nats. Such a nice stadium…doesn’t deserve sub-par play and empty seats.

  20. 195
    Bubdylan Says:

    I kind of like the idea of the Nationals doing well in that park, too. Also, haven’t mentioned it before, but I think they have the best name of any expansion team. Sounds so old school: The Nationals. If they weren’t in our own division, I’d probably pull for them as a second club.

  21. 196
    Bubdylan Says:

    And by expansion team, I of course mean… team that moved cities… in the last 20 years… among those ones.

  22. 197
    Curt Says:

    They should have called them the Senators. I know that:

    1. That harkens back to several failed – see moved – franchises
    2. There is a hockey team of the same name

    but to me the Senators is a classic for the DC market and franchise. And there is some great history there. That said, I too am a closet Nats fan as my wife’s family is in DC.

  23. 198
    Bubdylan Says:

    I dunno. To me, “Nationals” sounds more rugged, while still sounding patrio-political. (Yeah, I made that word up.) But I guess if I had a bunch of old Senators sports images to cancel out the suit & tie images, it might be different.

  24. 199
    Princess Leah Says:

    Steve, I liked The Who although I’m afraid they must have needed oxygen after the show. They did also make me want to watch old CSI episodes.

  25. 200
    Curt Says:

    You know, Walter Johnson played for the Senators.

    http://i.a.cnn.net/si/multimedia/photo_gallery/0605/gallery.intimidatingpitchers/images/Walter_Johnson.jpg

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