Well, every five days, the Braves have a great chance of winning. Tom Glavine will be on the mound. Tommy went seven, gave up no runs (his ERA for the season is 0.89), and got nine runs in support. The Braves move back to .500 on the season, and will stay in third place.
It looks like Wes Helms is going to start more regularly now; he’s gotten four straight, five of six, between third and first. It’s a good thing, because he’s been terrific; he’s hitting .387 with power — two homers, three doubles. But he hasn’t drawn a walk yet this year; if he doesn’t learn to take some pitches pitchers will catch up with him pretty soon.