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04 Dec

The Most 2015 Moment of 2015: The Day the Music Died

September 1st, versus the Marlins. You may be forgiven for overlooking the importance of September 1st when you study the history of the 2015 Atlanta Braves. The seventh in a streak of 12 consecutive losses, the fifteenth game of a stupefying 1-19 run, another short start by a young pitcher, one of altogether too many […]

02 Dec

The Most 2015 Moment of 2015: The Third-Worst Pitcher of the Night

Ed. note: For those of you with heart conditions, or who are with young and impressionable children, we ask that you turn around in your seats. August 28th, versus the Yankees. The Best Pitcher of the Night He didn’t do much this season—in fact, he may have pitched his way off the continent for a few […]

30 Nov

The Most 2015 Moment of 2015 – Fredi’s Big Idea (by Edward)

Ed. note: For those of you with heart conditions, or who are with young and impressionable children, we ask that you turn around in your seats. June 11th, versus the Padres. As a group, we don’t give Fredi Gonzalez nearly enough credit for creativity. When he screws up, everyone notices—maybe even a little too much. […]

21 Nov

The Most 2015 Moment of 2015: The $189,000 Man (by Edward)

Ed. note: For those of you with heart conditions, or who are with young and impressionable children, we ask that you turn around in your seats. We are all sick and tired of 2015. I think this past season of baseball will forever be linked in our minds with a sort of monolith memory black […]

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