Tag Archives: Atlanta Braves

The Return of Matt Kemp?

Few Dodgers’ over the past decade or so have been as maligned as Matt Kemp. Though not the defensive star he once was, only when injured has his offensive performance been less than stellar, but his criticism has generally revolved … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Cuban Experiment a Dismal Failure

During the summer of 2012, the Los Angeles Dodgers signed Cuban defector Yasiel Puig to a seven-year, $42 Million contract, and the following year he blasted upon the major league scene, hitting .319 with 19 home runs in less than … Continue reading

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Dodgers Face Rockies and Season Debut of Jon Gray

Fresh off a more difficult than should have been series in Atlanta where the Dodgers struggled mightily to win two of three against one of baseball’s three worst teams, the Dodgers and their erratic pitching staff now face three games … Continue reading

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Uribe Trade is Shear Idiocy

The trade of infielders and pitchers between the Dodgers and the Braves that was made, unmade, and made again, is beyond stupid and borders on the machinations of lunacy. In the deal as now reported, the Dodgers are sending third … Continue reading

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Amazing Start for Atlanta Reliever

In perusing early season stats this morning, I happened to look at the leaders in wins in the National League, and there I saw the name Luis Avilan, a 24-year-old-lefty reliever with the Atlanta Braves, who over two prior major … Continue reading

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