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The Titans Have The Perfect Marriage And We’re All Watching It Flourish

When looking at the Tennessee Titans history, it's very difficult to put a finger on one specific thing that caused them to have so many rough years. The loss of Bud Adams, bad General Managers, lackluster Head Coaching, and a lack of talent on the roster are all contributing factors without a doubt. Here and … Continue reading The Titans Have The Perfect Marriage And We’re All Watching It Flourish

Unwritten Rules? I’ve got a rule for ya!

Fernando Tatis, Jr. found himself in violation of an unwritten rule, and talking heads are falling all over themselves trying to protect him (courtesy Getty Images) Ah, the Unwritten Rules of Baseball. Nothing drives a wedge between generations of fans faster than trying to explain the existence of, let alone the validity of, the Unwritten … Continue reading Unwritten Rules? I’ve got a rule for ya!

Help Wanted: Part Time Seasonal Work, Experience Desired but Not Required.

Entering play Monday night, the Braves were riding a 5 game winning streak and embracing the possibility of a 4 game sweep of the Mets. There were questions, to be sure, about whether that success was sustainable with only two proven starters in rotation and the remaining options all struggling to log more than 3 … Continue reading Help Wanted: Part Time Seasonal Work, Experience Desired but Not Required.

Braves Notes: Disappearing Ball Trick, Re-appearing Nick Trick, and Mint Condition Minter.

Hey batter batter... It's early. Gotta keep telling yourself it's early in the season. Playing baseball during an apocalypse, the Braves might be fortunate to have a .500 record after 6 games. All things considered, this is not even close to the worst thing that could have happened, right? Starting the season with both of … Continue reading Braves Notes: Disappearing Ball Trick, Re-appearing Nick Trick, and Mint Condition Minter.

America’s Greatest Pastime – The Blame Game

Tony Clark (MLBPA) and Rob Manfred (MLB) have set the stage for a contentious labor battle over the next 2 years. We all want baseball back. Owners do. Players do. Fans especially do. In theory, baseball should be back in the first week of July, but it's looking increasingly unlikely that will be the case. … Continue reading America’s Greatest Pastime – The Blame Game

The Braves May Have A “DH-elimma”

Everyone knows that if you want to start a fight in a sports bar all you have to do is mention one of these two topics: Pete Rose should (or should not) be in the Hall of Fame, or the National League should (or should not) adopt the Designated Hitter. For the record, I am … Continue reading The Braves May Have A “DH-elimma”

Why Franchise Tagging Derrick Henry Was The Right Move

This article is presented by: Jon Robinson just made the smartest decision possible with the Henry situation. Yes, as all know and it's been documented on numerous occasions, "Jon Robinson doesn't over pay for players." Tagging Derrick Henry today, after signing Ryan Tannehill yesterday to a team friendly deal yesterday, gives the team the most … Continue reading Why Franchise Tagging Derrick Henry Was The Right Move

No Room in the Pen

Projected Bullpen for 2020 - Mark Melancon (closer), Will Smith, Shane Greene, Chris Martin, Darren O'Day, Luke Jackson, Josh Tomlin, Grant Dayton Spring Training stats don't matter, except when they do. Here are two stat lines to consider as we sit halfway through the Spring Training slate of games: 4 games, 0-2 9.64 ERA 5 … Continue reading No Room in the Pen

Spring Training Update – March 6th

First cuts of Spring Training announced today Big names struggle early, new names impress, and first cuts of spring training are announced As the Braves wrap up their second full week of Grapefruit League action, starting pitchers are going longer, roster regulars are getting more AB's, and the Spring Training roster gets thinned out a … Continue reading Spring Training Update – March 6th