Braves Journal, The House That Mac Built

Scarred, but smarter.

29 Apr

Greetings from the disaster area!

Howdy, folks.

So, since last we spoke, there was a sort of a tornado thingy that pretty much wrecked a large part of Tuscaloosa. Fortunately, I live across the river in Northport, and we didn’t have anything really bad on this side, just a lot of rain. It did knock the cable out until just now, so this is the first time I’ve been able to post. You guys probably know more than I do about what went down — I only got to see the footage a few hours ago.

At any event I’m fine, the school where I work is fine (but without power), but the city of Tuscaloosa itself is in pretty bad shape. I’m lucky, not everyone was.

154 Responses to “Greetings from the disaster area!”

  1. 1
    jdpeace Says:

    Glad to hear you’re OK Mac. Things in Tuscaloosa look awful. Hope the city is back on its feet soon.

    Oh. And Derek Lowe got arrested for a DUI.

    This is all Fredi’s fault.

  2. 2
    ryan c Says:

    Great to hear from you, Mac! My brother and his family live in Northport. They too are ok. Did you know that the Braves traded Schafer for Pujols last night?

  3. 3
    ryan c Says:

    The Braves news just got a bit worse…

  4. 4
    jdpeace Says:

    In future Braves news:

    McCann has stabbed a clown to death.

    Snitker volunteering as a crossing guard waved a dozen kids into traffic.

    Moylan and Medlen can’t remember which one killed the hooker.

    Chipper claims his “Osama’s heart is in the right place” comment was taken out of context.

    Jairo Ascencio is Keyser Soze

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    Timo Says:

    Good to hear you’re okay!
    WTF is going on with the Braves. I want Bobby back?!

  6. 6
    sdp Says:

    Blame it on Fredi! Glad you’re safe, Mac.

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    Johnny Says:

    Mac,glad to see that you are ok. My heart goes out to those affected by the storms. My family rode out Hugo in Charleston in ’89. Its damn scary and the aftermath sucks.

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    Matt Says:

    D-Lowe going to with the Po-Po. Just friggin great. Moron.

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    DowneasterJC Says:

    I drove down Hargrove road yesterday to help a friend get some stuff from what’s left of his house, and it’s just unreal. This guy had lived in the house for years, but we had to get out and look for the house because the whole place is unrecognizable.

    From what I hear, 15th is even worse. They’re not even letting pedestrians down there.

    Driving down 359 is like driving down a road in WWII Berlin. Shells of vehicles are strewn around, along with huge pieces of metal from the scrap yard nearby.

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    njbravesfan Says:

    Thank god your ok!

  11. 11
    oldtimer? Says:

    good to see everyone on this board is okay.

    What is wrong with these athletes? call a freaking taxi, i think you can swing it at 15 million per year.

  12. 12
    sdp Says:

    This organization seriously misses Chino Cadahia’s influence.

  13. 13
    Tom Says:

    Glad you’re ok Mac.

    Snitker volunteering as a crossing guard waved a dozen kids into traffic.


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    Jeff M. Says:

    Glad to hear that you are okay, Mac. Sorry to know that the news in general from Tuscaloosa is so bad. Fortunately, there’s some wedding across an ocean that will make everything better, I guess.

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    td Says:

    Still no power in Huntsville. Hopefully we won’t lose water. The biggest advantage to this is no one can watch the Royal Wedding. I can definitely count my blessings for that.

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    sansho1 Says:

    Mac! Good to hear from you.

    Guess we know why Lowe sweats so much…

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    Smitty Says:

    Glad you are safe Mac.

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    Marc Schneider Says:

    Glad you are ok Mac. I just found out a friend-best man at my wedding–who teaches at the U of Alabama lost his home and cars but he and his family are ok.

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    Stu Says:

    Time to void Lowe’s contract.

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    jdpeace Says:

    I hope he at least tried a bribe or a “Do you know who I am?!?! A guy who’s been pitching more effectively since the end of last season!”

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    jdpeace Says:

    Also. I’ll say it. Chipper gets driven home and given a warning, right?

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    RobBroad4th Says:

    @21, Didn’t work that way during Hootergate. Though I’d love to see a cop give Chipper a warning about Hooter waitresses. Dumb move by DLowe.

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    Landogarner Says:



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    RobBroad4th Says:

    Imagine Lowe will just get suspended for two or three starts. We’ll be seeing Minor again soon.

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    c. shorter Says:

    20 — ha

    Get it together, Braves.

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    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    Fortunately, we have more viable major league starting pitchers than almost any other two other teams put together. By the end of the year, it’s reasonable to imagine that Medlen will be healthy, and Delgado and Teheran (and maybe even Hoover) may be ready for their cups of coffee, and of course Kawakami is still alive — that’s a total of 10 starting pitchers, literally two full rotations. (Hanson, Jurrjens, Hudson, Lowe, Beachy, Minor, Medlen, Kawakami, Delgado, and Teheran, and Hoover is number 11.)

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    Marc Schneider Says:

    Derek Lowe has never exactly been a great role model. As I recall, when he was in L.A., there was a scandal him when he got ot L.A. I could be wrong, but as I recall the story, he basically dumped his wife after he got to L.A. Fortunately, I root for the laundry, not for the person wearing it.

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    csg Says:

    Can we void out Lowe’s contract? joking of course, but not really.

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    drewdat Says:

    He didn’t take a breathalyzer test, so I guess there’s a chance that he doesn’t get prosecuted. Not to absolve or excuse the behavior.

  30. 30
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    Also, Mac, I’m really glad you’re okay. Thanks for checking in.

  31. 31
    COOP Says:

    Welcome back, Mac. Based on what I read in the past two threads, prayer works.

    Best wishes to all affected by the storm.

  32. 32
    braves14 Says:

    Glad to see you back, Mac.

  33. 33
    Bethany Says:

    So glad you’re safe, Mac, I was worried yesterday when we hadn’t heard from you.

    Freaking Lowe… Not the best of timing.

  34. 34
    Stu Says:

    I gotta say, Derek Lowe’s mugshot is about as not-drunk-looking as I’ve ever seen a DUI mugshot look.

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    justhank Says:

    Very glad you’re safe, Mac. Was getting a little worried until Downeaster (I think) let us know you were ok.

    At the risk of being attacked by digital harpies, I gotta say that this whole DUI thing has become an industry where the entire Leviathan apparatus benefits.

    But while we’re on the subject: is it smarter to refuse the breathalyzer or take it?

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    stupup74 Says:

    Way to kick off the homestand Lowe.

    Also, the thing in LA, dude was having an affair with the chick who was the clubhouse reporter at the time while his wife was back in Boston.

    Lowe eventually divorced wifey 1 and replaced her with LA reporter chick.

    “Medlen and Moylan can’t remember who killed the hooker” – priceless.

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    stupup74 Says:

    Glad to hear you are okay Mac. I kind of know the feeling. I live in Fort Oglethorpe, GA, just north of Ringgold and east of Trenton, GA. I was extremely blessed not to get anything but rain.

    Those in Ringgold and Trenton were not as fortunate. Man, I feel terrible for them and those in T-Town.

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    spike Says:

    @35, if you are drunk, yes. The time to get you to the hospital for a blood test may allow your BAC to get down under the level. The downside is you will be arrested on the spot and booked, so you is goin’ to jail, boy.

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    braves14 Says:

    Oh, great, not only was it a DUI, but he was apparently racing.

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    John Gaines Says:

    Dumb ass. What is he, 19?

    Maybe Lowe just really likes McDowell, and was thinking he could create a media diversion.

  41. 41
    ububba Says:

    We once had the Go-Go Sox. We now have the Dum-Dum Braves.

    Oh, and welcome back, Mac.

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    PeteOrr Says:

    Wow, not just racing but racing on Peachtree. In a Porsche. He got pulled over right past my old church – I’d be shocked if he didn’t run a few red lights too given how rare it is to make it through there without stopping.

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    braves14 Says:

    If he is convicted I wonder if the Braves will be able to get out from at least some of his remaining contract.

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    Tom Says:

    If you are drunk, yes. The time to get you to the hospital for a blood test may allow your BAC to get down under the level.

    Depends. BAC might actually go UP a good bit for some time after your last drink.

    The downside is you will be arrested on the spot and booked, so you is goin’ to jail, boy.

    That sounds like a pretty big downside to me, dependig on your inmates.

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    Tom Says:

    Furcal got a 12-month probation sentence, a $500 fine and 40 hours of community service for his first DUI. He was also charged with reckless driving in addition to DUI.

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    Ryan Vooris Says:

    Mac all the best to you and those around you.

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    spike Says:

    @44, it’s jail, not prison. The only other people in there will be other drunks for the most part. BAC can go up, but again, IF you are already drunk, it doesn’t matter. Taking a breathalayzer that puts you over is going to get you a DUI citation, regardless of how much.

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    Adam M Says:

    What’s the typical punishment for racing another car down a crowded downtown street while drunk? I mean by the law, not the team.

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    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    A slap on the wrist?

    Or did you mean the law as it pertains to general citizens, as opposed to athletes?

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    Nick Says:

    Well, at least there won’t be any distractions for tonight’s first game of the homestand.

    Glad you’re OK, Mac.

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    toml Says:

    Did furcal get suspended for his first DUI?

  52. 52
    spike Says:

    Don’t know how current this is, but –
    1. You may be arrested if you are charged.

    2. The fine is up to $1,000 and/or 30 days in jail.

    3. You may end up with probation and/or community service.

    4. Your car may be impounded.

    5. It’s 6 points on your license, if you are convicted.

    6. Your license will be suspended if you are convicted.

    (a) As used in this Code section, the term:
    (1) ‘Drag race’ means the operation of two or more vehicles from a point side by side at accelerated speeds in a competitive attempt to outdistance each other or the operation of one or more vehicles over a common selected course from the same point to the same point for the purpose of comparing the relative speeds or power of acceleration of such vehicle or vehicles within a certain distance or time limit.
    (2) ‘Racing’ means the use of one or more vehicles in an attempt to outgain, outdistance, or prevent another vehicle from passing, to arrive at a given destination ahead of another vehicle or vehicles, or to test the physical stamina or endurance of drivers over long-distance driving routes.
    (b) No person shall drive any vehicle on a highway in this state in any race, speed competition or contest, drag race or acceleration contest, test of physical endurance, exhibition of speed or acceleration, or for the purpose of making a speed record, and no person shall in any manner participate in any such race, competition of speed, contest of speed, or test or exhibition of speed.
    (c) Any person convicted of violating subsection (b) of this Code section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. In addition to the punishment prescribed by law, the Department of Public Safety shall suspend for 12 months the license of any person convicted of such violation.

  53. 53
    Smitty Says:

    Two predictions that will probably fail:

    1)Lowe didn’t take the test and will plea out of the racing charge and will plea to wreckless driving, pay a fine and do some community service. Braves may make him miss a start or two.

    2) McDowell gets a 10 game suspension and a fine.

  54. 54
    Smitty Says:

    By the way, All Star Voting has started.

  55. 55
    Grst Says:

    This All-Star ballot is stupid. All it shows is AVG and the counting stats. No OBP, no OPS. And it’s not even sortable.

  56. 56
    Mac Thomason Says:

    DLowe: “I may be drunk, but George Sherrill sucks, and tomorrow I’ll be sober and he’ll still suck.”

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    cliff Says:


    Excellent paraphrase of Mr. Churchill.

    Glad you came through the recent unpleasantness unscathed.

  58. 58
    Mark Graybill Says:

    Glad to see you haven’t lost your sense of humor among all of the weather and Braves related calamity. My wife and I lived in Tuscaloosa for a year, BTW, and I’m wondering if the townhouse community we lived in was spared.

  59. 59
    Frank Says:

    @55–Well done.

  60. 60
    Stephen in the UAE Says:

    Some believe that bad things happen in threes: maybe Pasqual Perez comes back as our new pitching coach and gets lost again on the way…..

  61. 61
    spike Says:

    Potentially getting to waive Lowes contract on a morals charge is a bad thing how?

  62. 62
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    Spike, if you can figure out a way to get the MLBPA to sign off on that, I’m all for it.

  63. 63
    spike Says:

    I was teasing of course. But you know, the street racing charge does carry 30 days. So there’s some salary relief anyway.

  64. 64
    Dan Says:

    All Star voting in April?

    Who will McCann lose out to this year? Yadier Molina again? Or “Rookie of the Year” Buster Posey?

  65. 65
    Duvall Says:

    63: Both.

  66. 66
    John Gaines Says:

    Didn’t the 5th Fast And Furious movie, Fast Five, premier last night?

    If so, maybe we should cut the guy a little slack here..

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    AA Says:

    @36 LA reporter chick also dumped her husband for Lowe.
    Sounds like they were a match made in heaven.

    Mac, glad to hear you’re ok.

  68. 68
    Jason C Says:

    Doesn’t Lowe have a history of alcohol abuse?

  69. 69
    Mac Thomason Says:

    McDowell placed on “administrative leave” with Dave Wallace to serve as interim pitching coach.

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    jdpeace Says:

    @65 Excellent.

    I also like immunity when Gimmie Some Lovin comes on the radio.

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    PeteOrr Says:

    I didn’t leave the kitchen for 11 months after Julie and Julia came out. Still haven’t finished that damned beef bourguignon.

  72. 72
    mraver Says:

    Wow. One after another. Very disappointing, Bravos.

    I didn’t think they could charge you with DUI if you didn’t take the test. Or at least that was the law in Florida. If you don’t take the test, your license is auto-suspended, but I don’t think they can charge you without the test.

  73. 73
    spike Says:


    If you are arrested for Driving Under the Influence of alcohol (DUI), the arresting officer should read the Georgia Implied Consent Notice at the time of the arrest and request that you take one or more State administered chemical test.

    Breath tests are performed on the Intoxilyzer 5000 ® (some people mistakenly call this a Breathalyzer ®).

    In a blood test, a sample of your blood is drawn by a qualified person and sent to the state crime lab to test the alcohol level in your blood.

    If a urine sample is taken, it is also sent to the crime lab. Usually urine samples are used only for drug testing, not alcohol testing.


    If you refuse to take the requested State administered chemical test, or if you take the test and your blood alcohol level amounts to a “per se” violation,* the officer is required by law to submit a sworn report to initiate an administrative license suspension hearing. This hearing is separate and apart from any criminal hearing (plea or trial) and is conducted by the Office of State Administrative Hearings (OSAH).

    * 0.08 grams for cases made on or after July 1, 2001 if you are age 21 or over, 0.02 if you are under 21, and 0.04 if you were operating a commercial vehicle

    If you either refuse to take the test or test for a “per se” alcohol level, you have ten business days to request an administrative hearing. Do not count weekends, state holidays, or the day you were arrested. If you do not request the hearing within the ten business days, then the following penalties apply:


    If the arresting officer initiates a refusal suspension, and if you do not request a hearing in a timely manner, then on the 31st day after your arrest, your driver’s license will be suspended for one to five years, depending upon your record.

    No limited permit is allowed, even if this is your first ever DUI charge. The same penalty applies if you request a hearing in a timely manner but lose at the administrative hearing. The only way the suspension can be undone is if you have a trial and win or if you plead to a charge that is not a DUI.

  74. 74
    ububba Says:

    Ozzie Guillen suspended & fined, apparently, for his Twitter comments about his ejection the other night.

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    sansho1 Says:

    @70 is a masterpiece.

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    Ben Says:

    2011 Atlanta Braves: Where the players slur their speech and the coaches speak in slurs.

  77. 77
    OneEye Says:

    keep safe! My family is in Alex City and they seem to have been unaffected.

    here are some pictures of the hit Lake Martin took.

  78. 78
    Tony Says:

    Good grief…what the hell is going on?

  79. 79
    Rob Cope Says:

    Ben, I’m stealing that quote. My apologies in advance.

    Mac, glad you’re ok. Good to have you back.

  80. 80
    Bill K. Says:

    Just in case anyone was interested in spending their Friday night with an Atlanta Braves legend:

    this popped up on my sidebar under that exact terminology. I couldn’t stop laughing for a good 15 minutes. In related news, Brad Clontz has 27 fans on facebook. Corky Miller has 194. 65 like Chris Woodward. I’m now going on a mission to find the least popular Brave of alltime per facebook

  81. 81
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    Kerry Ligtenberg has just 24 fans.

    Meanwhile, Rafael Belliard has 34, Damon Berryhill has 67, and Marvin Freeman has 180.

  82. 82
    Ryan c Says:

    Here at turner for my annual trip with my Dad. PUMPED! is Pujols in the lineup?

  83. 83
    Mike N. Says:

    Spooneybarger only has 20. That surprises me actually.

  84. 84
    Tomas Says:

    Heyward brought the good swing with him back from the road trip.

  85. 85
    Adam M Says:

    It’s like watching a real MLB offense sometimes…

  86. 86
    RJ in KS Says:

    Where did Jason hit his homerun? I was busy making BBQ sauce and missed it.

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    Bethany Says:

    Right Field…

    Heyward is a monster right now.

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    RJ in KS Says:

    Thank you Bethany.

  89. 89
    Bethany Says:

    I love Hudson, but he is a terrible bunter.

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    Adam M Says:

    This is the trouble zone.

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    A.West Says:

    Lowe can afford a personal chauffeur for the next 1 to 5 yrs, thanks to his hefty contract.
    I yearn for the good old days where Braves players just got caught up in sex club scandals and management restricted their abuse to spouses.
    Both of them–Count it!!

  92. 92
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    Hudson’s been awfully good the past couple years, but this is what we used to call an Episode.

  93. 93
    Tomas Says:

    Wasn’t like the Cardinals hit rockets that inning though. Hopefully hibernation mode hasn’t totally set in yet.

  94. 94
    IthacaBraves Says:

    I think it’s safe to say that hibernation mode has set in.

  95. 95
    Mac Thomason Says:

    Ryan Mallett gets to hold the clipboard for Tom Brady.

  96. 96
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    Nate McLouth!

  97. 97
    Tomas Says:

    No Sherbrink in the seventh of a close game and McLouth hits it out. The baseball gods’ way of saying: “That’s better, Fredi.”

  98. 98
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    I like seeing Brian up with the bases loaded.

  99. 99
    Brian J. Says:

    I like seeing Venters and Kimbrel get ready to mow down some hapless hitters.

  100. 100
    P Says:

    What a beautiful throw.

  101. 101
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    Brian didn’t come through with the bat, but that was one hell of a throw. Couldn’t have done it any better.

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    urlhix Says:

    Yeah, nice way to make up for the AB there.

  103. 103
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:


    I don’t understand why Kimbrel was throwing a breaking ball. It’s not like Theriot can hit fastballs.

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    oldtimer? Says:

    Not good

  105. 105
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    Both Kimbrel and Venters walked the leadoff man. And now Freddie boots a ball. What a bad inning.

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    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    THANK you, Alex Gonzalez.

  107. 107
    urlhix Says:

    Another beautiful play by Alex.

  108. 108
    Tomas Says:

    That didn’t go according to plan.

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    Putter Says:

    Gonzalez has brought it with the glove so far this season. He has made a number of run saving plays already this year

  110. 110
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    What an incredibly worthless at bat by Mather. That curveball was right down the middle.

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    drewdat Says:

    Bringing in Mather may not be the right move here, but serious style points if he homers.

    Never mind, he’s a plant!

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    Putter Says:

    Where did Mather think that pitch was?

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    urlhix Says:

    Why is Joe Mather batting here? Oh, I guess to not be able to bunt.

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    Ryan c Says:

    I h8 fredi gonzalez

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    c. shorter Says:

    Can the Braves hire a bunting coach?
    If they’re going to bunt as often as they do, might as well get efficient with your give away outs.

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    Ryan c Says:

    Seriously, I’m at this game and the if the Piss-poor management loses this ballgame, there might be a crazed bald-headed guy running at fredi with a grounds crew rake.

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    Ben Says:

    Holy moly there’s some questionable managing going on!

  118. 118
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    The ump really missed the second pitch to Pujols. It was a strike.

  119. 119
    drewdat Says:

    Should have used Lowe to bunt. Assuming he’s sober now.

  120. 120
    Brian J. Says:

    I think I like Cory Gearrin.

  121. 121
    drewdat Says:

    Gearrs of War vs. Pujols, Holliday, and Berkman? Sure, why not?

  122. 122
    urlhix Says:

    Crazy movement from Gearrin. I would have left Kimbrel in but that guy has some promising stuff.

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    Tomas Says:

    Hitters have yet to get the ball out of the infield against Gearrin.

    Let’s win this!

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    ragingdrunk Says:

    The Braves do not hit well against guys named Sanchez (or Sanches)

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    c. shorter Says:

    Wouldn’t mind Gearrin becoming the new Moylan. (Really wouldn’t mind Moylan turning back the clock either.)

  126. 126
    urlhix Says:

    That’s at least the third strike Gearrin hasn’t gotten the call on.

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    Putter Says:

    Well so much for that

  128. 128
    Ben Says:

    Well. That was inevitable.

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    urlhix Says:

    Well hell.

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    c. shorter Says:


  131. 131
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    Oh, great, the white flag — otherwise known as George Sherrill. I think it’s definitely time for us to resurrect that nickname.

  132. 132
    Mac Thomason Says:

    Wow, the Cards’ closer has a real DANNY look to him, if not quite as fat. We may still have a chance.

  133. 133
    urlhix Says:

    “You alright?”

    “I’m alright”


  134. 134
    urlhix Says:

    That was such total bullshit.

  135. 135
    Mac Thomason Says:

    What a jackass.

  136. 136
    Brian J. Says:

    Ball three and strike three to Freeman seem to have been thrown to the same place.

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    c. shorter Says:

    wasn’t even close

  138. 138
    Grst Says:

    What a worthless umpire. Both incompetent and a shithead.

  139. 139
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    The thing is, he hasn’t been calling anything on the outside corner. But he’s been calling low strikes. So… that was a low strike, but it was on the outside corner. By the book it was a strike, but he hadn’t been calling that consistently. And he delayed calling it, and nearly got Uggla picked off.

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    Putter Says:

    McClelland is a douche and always has been. He likes to be the show which contributes to his late strike calls.

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    Covert Says:

    I want the game to be over too, but unlike McClelland I would’ve been perfectly content with a correct “ball four” call and the inevitable walk-off heroics of…anyone, at this point.

  142. 142
    Ben Says:

    I have to think that strike three to Freeman was ONLY because Freeman started walking to the bag before McLelland made the call and McLelland felt disrespected.

  143. 143
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    And that first strike to McLouth was something he called “ball” on Gearrin.

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    c. shorter Says:


  145. 145
    Brian J. Says:

    Just because we had this coming doesn’t mean that it doesn’t piss me off.

  146. 146
    Alex Remington (Another Alex R.) Says:

    Damn. Nate hit that hard, and Holliday made a good catch.

    Screw this game.

  147. 147
    c. shorter Says:

    almost, Nate.

  148. 148
    Ryan c Says:

    I don’t even know what to say. the umpire was clueless. Fredi Gonzalez is ball-less and clueless. Baseball is heartless.

  149. 149
    IthacaBraves Says:

    Did anyone else hate everything about the Joe Mather AB?

  150. 150
    csg Says:

    Joe Mather sucks, so does Fredi Gonzalez, and so does McClelland. He’s the worst ball/strike guy in the majors.

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    braves14 Says:

    It would be nice if MLB did something about their bad ball/strike umpires.

  152. 152
    urlhix Says:

    I’m about ready for robot umpires at this point. Stupid jerks that want to be the center of attention have no place calling balls and strikes.

    /windmill tilting

  153. 153
    Mac Thomason Says:

    Recapped. McClelland is a crapsack.

  154. 154
    Ryan c Says:

    I watched the last 2 innings behind the cards dugout. As freddie was walking back toward the ump, he was yelling, “you called that a ball!” worst live baseball experience I’ve ever been to…

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