World Series & Atlanta Braves

The World Series is the annual Championship Series of Major League Baseball, played between the American League and National League champions since 1903. The winner of the World Series Championship is determined through a best-of-seven playoff and awarded the Commissioner's Trophy. The Atlanta Braves is a professional baseball club based in Atlanta, Georgia. 5.0/5

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so False. 1992 World Series was between the Atlanta Braves and Jays. Carter's HR was Game 6...
Umpire Fun Fact: The most recent World Series ejection was Atlanta Braves manager Bobby Cox from game six of the...
When did win their first World Series?
I want the New York Yankees and The Atlanta Braves to make it to the World Series this year.
Greg Holland of the American League Champion Kansas City Royals is the inaugural “Mariano Rivera American League Reliever of the Year” and Craig Kimbrel of the Atlanta Braves is the first “Trevor Hoffman National League Reliever of the Year,” Major League Baseball announced today. Both Holland and Kimbrel participated in a press conference at Kauffman Stadium prior to tonight’s Game Two of the 2014 World Series. In 65 games this season, Holland fashioned a 1.44 ERA and posted 46 saves in 48 opportunities in helping the Royals reach the Postseason for the first time since 1985. In 62.1 innings, the two-time AL All-Star struck out 90 batters while surrendering just 37 hits and 20 walks. In the Postseason, Holland has saved six games during the Club’s eight-game winning streak to the AL pennant. After a franchise-record 47 saves in 2013 and 46 this year, the 28-year-old Holland now owns the two best single-season save totals in Club history. The North Carolina native’s 93 saves over the tw ...
Thankfully 2014 version of the Atlanta Braves is coming to a end with a sub 500 season; Frank Wren has been canned for the poor ball players he hired with the likes of the Uptons and Dan "Flim Flam Man" Uggla whose contract they are eating. i am not sure if Fredi should go but He needs to revamp and get a new staff if he stays. I do predict at least 2 more seasons of the same type season unless major changes are made. Many Brave fans are fickle, and will turn on the Braves in a skinny minute, but I will still watch and hope for that elusive World Series title one day.
Kinda tired of hearing about the Atlanta Braves. They are irrelevant without my Chipper and Bobby Cox. Besides football is here. They get to the playoffs every year but they never win a World Series the same story over and over again
Great day for Atlanta Braves--three inductees to the Hall of Fame. Greg Maddux, who played more for the Braves than anywhere else and his best years were with the Braves. His teammate, Tom Glavine, also came in. Glavine might be the last pitcher ever to get 300 wins. And their manager, Bobby Cox, went in. The Braves won 14 divisions in a row and one World Series, and these three men were instrumental in their success! Go Braves!
One of the many problems with political correctness is that it restrains free speech. It's designed to change the meaning of words in order to bully people into taking a point of view they may not feel or agree with. It is George Orwell's "newspeak." That so many newspapers and other media outlets have embraced it is disturbing and a disappointment. Facts, of course, are usually the first victims in the political correctness wars. And you need to be careful; today's political correctness is tomorrows racism. A great moment in political correctness occurred some years ago when the Atlanta Braves were playing in the World Series. They were owned by billionaire Ted Turner who was at the game with his wife, Jane Fonda. During the game the PA played a Seminole war chant which was accompanied by the "tomahawk chop." The chop was an arm motion going straight up and down indicating the throwing of a tomahawk or the plunging of a tomahawk into someone (it was never clear). The cameras focussed on Jane Fonda. She . ...
Tom Glavine one hitter in the clinching win in game 6 of the 1995 World Series for the Atlanta Braves.
We tied for first! Tiebreaker question? When was the last time the Atlanta Braves won the World Series? I guessed 1997. They guessed 1994. The answer.1995. Becky, wish you had been here! There were two Braves questions and Bobby Cox was the other answer!
Blogging from Albuquerque New Mexico about the Los Angeles Dodgers, Albuquerque Isotopes, and Baseball. Just like millions of Dodger fans around the world I Bleed Dodger Blue 2. A member of Rio Grande SABR. All photos were taken by me Evan Chavez SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2013 DAMON BERRYHILL NEW MANAGER OF THE Albuquerque Isotopes Damon Berryhill The Dodgers announced former Major League catcher Damon Berryhill as the new Skipper of the Isotopes. Berryhill will replace Lorenzo Bundy who was promoted to third-base coach for the Dodgers. Berrhill who is from Laguna Beach California, was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the first round (4th overall) of the 1984 draft. Berryhill a catcher, spent ten years playing in the Major Leagues for the Cubs, Braves, Red Sox, Giants and Reds. In 1992 he appeared in the World Series and hit a game winning three-run homer for the Atlanta Braves in Game One. Photo Credit Evan Chavez: Glenn Dishman Will return to Albuquerque as the Isotope Pitching coach In 2008 Berryhill began .. ...
The Cleveland Indians are a professional baseball team based in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. They are in the Central Division of Major League Baseball's American League. Since 1994, they have played in what is now Progressive Field. The team's spring training facility is at Goodyear Ballpark in Goodyear, Arizona.[1] Since their establishment as a Major League franchise in 1901, the Indians have won two World Series Championships, in 1920 and 1948. The "Indians" name originates from a request by the club owner to decide on a new name, following the 1914 season. In reference to the Boston Braves (now the Atlanta Braves), the media chose "the Indians". Common nicknames for the Indians include the "Tribe" and the "Wahoos", the latter being a reference to their logo, Chief Wahoo. The mascot is called Slider. The Cleveland team originated in 1900 as the Lake Shores, when the American League (AL) was officially a minor league. One of the AL's eight charter franchises, the Major League incarnation of the club ...
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For the next 10 days I will reveal the 10 greatest World Series Champions since 1950. These 10 teams changed the game in their own unique way. I move to number 3: the 1995 Atlanta Braves. In the off season of 1992-93 the Braves needed a left handed power bat and were looking to boost their pitching staff. It just so happened that the best pitcher in baseball Greg Maddux fresh off his first Cy Young Award and the best player in Baseball Barry Bonds fresh off his 2nd MVP in 3 seasons were both free agents and on the Braves radar. Bonds would go to San Francisco signing at the time the largest contract in MLB history. But the Braves did land Maddux who would become the figure head of the greatest pitching staff of all time. It seemed that Ted Turner couldn't have it all by missing Bonds the Braves missed out on the left hand power bat they desired to compliment Ron Gant and David Justice in the heart of their order or did they? Mid way through the 1993 season a left handed HR hitting RBI machine from the San ...
Just reading about Dan Snyder's fund to support American Indians. I find it interesting that the whole issue of the "Redskins" name only became an issue after the team had great financial success in the 1980s. likewise. there was an awful lot of noise about the Cleveland Indians and their "Chief Wahoo" mascot.after they went to the World Series and had some success...back in the 1990s. there are several other professional sports teams that carry American Indian monikers. the Chicago Blackhawks. the Kansas City Chiefs. the Atlanta Braves.etc NONE of which have anywhere near the market value of the Redskins. think maybe this "OUTRAGE" over the "racist stereotype" of that name has anything to do with wanting to CASH IN on the trademark rights? And by the way. ... I myself am 1/8 Blackfoot Indian.but I'm not so blind that I can't see the likely truth. ...
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So my Atlanta Braves rid themselves of the pressure of an undefeated season in their opener. Now they can settle in and win the World Series!
Today I am as happy as a pig in slop, why, because today in the beginning of Baseball Season Opening Day. I've waited for this day all winter long. I've like a bear hibernating all winter, now its time for me to enjoy my favorite sport and plan on watching games, on TV, all day and all night, except for the time I go to Bible Study and Church. The Atlanta Braves are my favorite team and I hope they will make it all the way to and win the World Series. Go Braves.
2014 INDUCTEE: John Smoltz -On August 12, 1987, he was traded to the Atlanta Braves. -He is an eight- time All-Star and 1996 Cy Young Award winner who was a cornerstone pitcher for the Atlanta Braves for twenty years (1988-2008). - Smoltz was part of a starting pitching rotation that led the Braves from last place in 1990 to first place in 1991, setting the team on a record-setting run of consecutive division titles and World Series appearances. -He won the 1995 World Series with the Atlanta Braves, who retired his Jersey (in 2012. -Smoltz won the 1997 Silver Slugger Award, 2002 Rolaids Relief Man of the Year, and 1992 NLCS MVP. -He finished his career with 213 wins and 154 saves, making him the only pitcher in Major League history to have more than 200 wins and more than 150 saves. He is a member of the elite 3,000 strikeout club with 3,084 strikeouts.
Hank Aaron turns 80!!! Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron (born February 5, 1934), nicknamed "Hammer", or "Hammerin' Hank", is a retired American professional baseball player. He was a Major League Baseball (MLB) right fielder from 1954 through 1976. Aaron spent 21 seasons with the Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves in the National League (NL) before playing for the Milwaukee Brewers of the American League (AL) for the final two years of his career. In 1999, The Sporting News ranked Aaron fifth on their "100 Greatest Baseball Players" list. He held the MLB record for career home runs for 33 years, and he still holds several MLB offensive records. He hit 24 or more home runs every year from 1955 through 1973, and is the only player to hit 30 or more home runs in a season at least fifteen times. Right fielder Born: February 5, 1934 (age 80) Mobile, Alabama Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut April 13, 1954 for the Milwaukee Braves Last MLB appearance October 3, 1976 for the Milwaukee Brewers Career statistics Batting aver ...
Rare Atlanta Braves Andruw Jones Autographed 1996 World Series edition New Era 5950 Diamond Collection hat. Comes with wooden and uv plastic display and COA from Peach State Sports. New never worn with tags. The hat alone is a collectors item being a WS version.Asking $100 firm. Elmira, Ny area pick up or meet only, no shipping. Thanks.
National League East Prediction: 1) Washington Nationals 2) Atlanta Braves 3) Philadelphia Phillies 4) Miami Marlins 5) NY Mets Expect the Nationals to regain their form this season as the pitching staff that was so dominate in 2012 comes back off a weak year. The Nationals are my pick to go to the World Series from the National League. The Braves have a team that can win the division, but losing McCann is going to hurt. I think the rest of the division are still pretenders. And for all the Mets fans out there Sorry you are already mathematically eliminated from post-season play this year.
Hey Greg Maddux, you achieved greatness as part of the Atlanta Braves incl World Series. Really?
Joseph Paul "Joe" Torre (/ˈtɔri/; born July 18, 1940) is an American Major League Baseball executive and former baseball manager and player. A nine-time All-Star, he played in Major League Baseball as a catcher, first baseman and a third baseman for the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves, New York Mets, and the St. Louis Cardinals.[1] After his retirement as a player in 1977, he managed those same three teams along with the New York Yankees before ending his managerial career with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2011; he was also a player-manager of the Mets for a brief period in 1977. Torre's most successful stint as a manager came with the Yankees, from 1996 to 2007. The Yankees reached the post-season each year and won ten American League East Division titles, six American League pennants, four World Series titles, and compiled a .605 winning percentage overall. With 2,326 wins, he is currently ranked fifth on the list of Major League Baseball all-time managerial wins.
Ten things you may not know about me. 1) I worked security in the third baseline for the Atlanta Braves and two World Series. Was on firs name basis with Terri Pendleton. 2) own over 5,000 CDs ( I like music) 3) took a drum lesson from Artimus Pyle Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer when I was 12. He said I was to advance for what he normally teaches. 4) Awarded two Bronze Stars for my tour in Iraq. One for leading a patrol in an ambush against 300-500 insurgents. The second for seizing largest weapon cache in 82 airborne, standing up two Highway Patrol stations and shutting down highway robbers. But the main reason I got them was because of the incredible men and women I served with. They made it happen. 5) I love my kids very much 6) I've been to over two hundred concerts in my life. Some of the favorite bands I have seen: kiss, Alice Cooper, Helloween, Van Halen, Firehouse, Iron Maiden, Manowar , STRYPER , Black Sabbath, Avenged Sevenfold, Dream Theater, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Quiet Riot, Dio, Queensryche , Gary Moore, . ...
Even the Atlanta Braves are moving to get closer to the BHB! Welcome to Cobb County! Ya think we can get a World Series in 2017 too?
Sports Birthdays 11/5: * Bubba Watson -35- winner of the 2012 Masters Tournament. * Johnny Damon -40- MLB outfielder and two-time World Series Champion, once with the Boston Red Sox and once with the Yankees. * Javy Lopez -43- Star M LB catcher played most of his career with the Atlanta Braves where he won a World Series title in 1995. * Kellen Winslow -56- NFL Hall of Fame tight end played his entire career of nine years with the San Diego Chargers.
The Los Angeles Dodgers made a great run at a World Series berth in 2013 but fell short in six NLCS games to the St. Louis Cardinals. This writer has detailed a lot of what I find wrong with Mattingly as a manager of the Dodgers. Bear in mind, this guy has covered only the playoffs. The season was pure torture to a baseball purist. The Dodgers played some excellent baseball in the NLDS against the Atlanta Braves and had great pitching throughout the postseason, but they could not overcome a lack of offense and injuries in the NLCS. However, one obstacle they had to face throughout the postseason and regular season was poor managerial decisions by skipper Don Mattingly. Donnie Baseball, who had a one-year contract option automatically vest with the NLDS victory, is looking for a long-term deal as he currently sits on a very hot seat. While the club went on an historic 42-8 run during the season and came extremely close to its first World Series berth in a quarter-century, this past postseason is a perfect ...
berita hari ini : World Series Game 3 has a finish that will long be debated - Los Angeles Times Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis will be offering his analysis throughout the World Series. Ellis, 32, recently completed his second full season as a starter for the Dodgers by batting .333 in a National League division series against the Atlanta Braves and .316 in the NL Championship Series against the St. Louis Cardinals. Ellis is familiar with the Boston Red Sox, a team the Dodgers faced during the regular season. The final play of the game came in an inning that will be analyzed and second-guessed for what Red Sox Manager John Farrell should have done. Farrell allowed relief pitcher Brandon Workman to take his first major-league at-bat in the top of the ninth, leaving slugger Mike Napoli in the dugout with bat in hand and unused in Game 3. In the bottom of the ninth, he removed Workman after the second batter he faced and subbed in closer Koji Uehara. Uehara gave up the double to Allen Craig to put runners at se ...
Bobby Cox, the manager of the Atlanta Braves, was the last time someone was tossed in a World Series game (Game 6 in 1996).
My Daughter 'Avery' called a little bit ago and I was so glad to finally hear something good about Boston!! She works at the 'House of Blues' right next to Fenway Park & she is assigned to the V.I.P. room. So, even though I'm a Atlanta Braves fan & that's where I got her name from, the 'Red Sox' are off the the World Series & she had a great night!!
Today in Sports History . 1998 ~ The San Diego beat the Atlanta 5-0 to advance to their first World Series in 14 years.
my favorite team will ALWAYS b the Atlanta Braves. We didn't make it to the World Series, but played fantastic all season.
What is it when it comes to the Atlanta Braves? I've been a Braves fan for many years but for some reason they can't win the big games! And, it's been that way for years. During the 80s and 90s they won 12 straight division titles but could only manage to win ONE World Series. Last year they were eliminated in one playoff game by the Cardinals. This year, they had the best record in the National League and blew it the last week of the season. At the beginning of this season there was big hype about how several trades and signings gave them the most potent lineup in the league. It never happened! Let's face it. these deals were flops! They sign B.J. Upton to a big 5-year contract and he couldn't even hit .200. His brother, Justin Upton, was very inconsistent and that deal trading Prado for him would have been another flop if not for the surprise play of Chris Johnson. Their highest paid player, Dan Uggla, couldn't even hit .200 and wasn't on the roster for the playoffs. It just tells me many ...
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Okay fearless forecasters, who is going to win the World Series. The four American League teams in the playoffs are the Boston Red Sox, Tampa Bay Rays, Detroit Tigers and Oakland A's. The four National League teams are the Pittsburgh Pirates, Atlanta Braves, LA Dodgers and St. Louis Cardinals. The World Series is a best of seven-game series between the best American League team and the best National League team. I predict the series will feature the Red Sox and the Dodgers, and the Red Sox will win...I always root for the American League teams. So who do you think will win?
Okay, here's a non-political rant from me (unusual, I know) regarding the naming of professional sports teams. Why are the St Louis Cardinals football team now the Arizona Cardinals? If I lived in St Louis, how could I root for the Rams as a home team, they're from Los Angeles! Shouldn't the Washington Nationals be called the Senators? Why are the Milwaukee Braves now the Atlanta Braves? Shouldn't the Atlanta baseball team be called the Falcons or something? Brewers sounds so silly, I'm so glad the Cardinals beat them in the 1982 World Series. How can you seriously root for teams with names like the Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Colorado Rockies? The ideal World Series teams are St Louis Cardinals v Boston Red Sox or Detroit Tigers, forget those Tampa Bay Rays, another silly name. NHL contenders should be the "original six", MLB the original 16 teams, NFL the original 14. Yeah, I realize that the Chicago Cubs were originally the Chicago White Stockings, the Los Angeles Dodger were originally t ...
Atlanta Braves have Game 1 of the NLDS tonight! So nervous I'm already awake. To commemorate this special nerve-wracking, stress-inducing time, here are some fun facts about my history as a Braves fan: 1. My relationship with them started at five years when my parents got cable (and TBS). It was either the Braves or the Cubs as I had no other options begin deep in the Nevada desert out in the middle of nowhere. I think I did the right thing. 2. Yes, I have been a Braves fan for thirty-one years. I mean... for twenty-one years! 3. They won the World Series the year I graduated high school, 1995. I got my friend Tonya Williams hooked that year and she hasn't been the same since. When they won the whole thing we were in our dorm at Portland State screaming our heads off and dancing. People thought we were insane. We kind of were. 4. Speaking of Tonya, we sure did stalk the crap out of them in our early 20's, even staying in their hotel in Denver a few years in a row and accosting Chipper Jones in the lobby. ...
So I have been thinking about the Pittsburgh Pirates going into the playoffs, just a couple of observances. 1) Roberto Walker Clemente, we missed having 21 losing seasons(21 is Clemente jersey number) 2) Roberto Walker Clemente, it is the year 2013, 13 was his first jersey number on the Pirates 3) If we get to the NLCS, it is possible that we could play the Atlanta Braves, the team we lost to the last time we were in the Playoffs 4) If we make it to the World Series, we could play the Detroit Tigers who are coached by Jim Leyland, the last coach to take the Pirates to a playoff series Alot to fall into place, but it is possible!!
There is a saying "All work and no play makes Jack a very dull boy". We all need to relax and enjoy life at some point. There is no better way to enjoy life than to watch our favorite sport or our favorite celebrity! Yes!Yes! Yes! We all argue! We debate and we fight about who's team is the best! We have our favorite teams and we have our favorite celebrities! We wear their jerseys with their names and numbers on it and we mimic the fashions of our favorite celebrities! Our thoughts and conversations are constantly about what teams are likely to play in the 2013 World Series? The Los Angeles Dodgers, The Boston Red Sox, or the Detroit Tigers? The Pittsburg Pirates or the Oakland A's? Will the Atlanta Braves make it?..In the NFL, The Patriots, The Broncos,The Kansas City Chiefs,and The Seattle Seahawks all have 4 wins and no losses! What team will make it to the Super Bowl?... And guess what sports fans...The NBA season will start Tuesday, October 29!... I can't wait! What about you? Do ya think that the M ...
Atlanta Braves will win the World Series though.
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MT The last time the gov was shutdown was fall 1995. Your Atlanta Braves won the World Series.
I'm just saying.. the last time the government shutdown, the Atlanta Braves won the World Series.. This is obviously a sign.
"The Hughes Corner" MLB 2013 season has been a crazy season, Red Sox looks strong and who would of thought the Yankees not making the post season. It doesn't matter if your a Yankee fan or not you have to give it up for an emotional last home game for Mariano Rivera, he has done so much for baseball. Dodgers comeback early and go a hot streak never seen coming. Once again the dark horse my favorite team winning back to back devision winner Oakland Athletics. The crazy National League Central 3 team in Post Season Cardinals, Pirates and Reds. My prediction is Boston Red Sox verses Atlanta Braves in the World Series but I want a "1988: Rematch Oakland Athletics vs. L.A. Dodgers. If there is one name in history I really can't stand it would be "Kirk Gibson"...ugh!!! October 15th will always be a bad taste in my month because on Saturday, October 15, 1988 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California stinking Kirk Gibson (which I may add was injured) comes in and hits a walk-off homer in the right to win Game ...
Are you a baseball fan? Well, Kelly Thomas and Lius Butler are! They answered Friday's Baseball trivia question Correctly within seconds of eachother! The 1995 World Series baseball teams that were picketed by the American Indian Movement were The Cleveland Indians and the Atlanta Braves
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MLB! The Los Angeles Dodgers are playing well and staying focused. (Good! MOL) Baseball teams, often in the past, seem to "slide into the Playoffs". That, to me, both as a sports fan and someone who's prone to take things seriously, just ain't right. The Padres played an excellent game. Both teams really did their best and competed with all they had. That made for an entertaining game, and gave me (and I'm sure them, since they're professionals) a sense of pride. Congrats to the Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics, and Atlanta Braves. I guess the Midwestern States will be a battleground. Cheers and salutes to all the teams in those divisions. St. Louis looks strong. Pittsburg and Cincinnati will be thrashing it all out til the last pitch, I'm sure. AL Central is a blur for me. (So many games to keep track of! Both: Yay! and Ack! MOL) This was a great season. Sad that I wasn't ever able to enjoy watching much of it. That said; MLB will be rocking in the Playoffs and World Series! Totally neeto! YupYup! MOL = ...
I foresee that the World Series will be played against the Atlanta Braves and the Boston Red Sox, That would be a good matchup
Atlanta Braves wins World Series over Boston Red Sox in 6 games.
I would love to watch Atlanta Braves vs. Boston Red Sox for the 2013 World Series.
Watched the final outs of the Dodgers' first visit to the Yankees since 1981 World Series... I remember Tommy Lasorda's crew of Steve Garvey, Ron Cey, Pedro Guerrero, Steve Yeager, Fernando Valenzuela, Burt Hooton, Jerry Reuss, Steve Howe and Davey Lopes putting the whoopin' on the not-so mighty cast of Reggie Jackson, Dave Winfield, Craig Nettles, Willie Randolph, Ron Guidry, Goose Gossage and Bob Watson, managed by Lemon. George Frazier lost three games in the Series, tying the record set by a guy from the Black Sox who did it intentionally in the 1919 World Series. Interestingly, the Yankees traded Ron Davis to the Minnesota Twins (Remember, Mike Eidelbes?) and over the course of the next 10 seasons (1982-1991), the Twins enjoyed TWO World Championships to the Yankees ZERO championships-The Ron Davis Curse ended for the Yankees finally in 1996 when they defeated the Atlanta Braves in the World Series.
Tonight was 1998 Retro Night for the San Diego Padres. Fond memories for me. In 1998, I was in my starting my second year in college at SDSU (Secretary of the Circle K club), and working for Service America as a peanut guy at Qualcomm Stadium. Sure, I had to work at the Chargers and Aztecs games too, but primarily I was there for the Padres. I had pinpoint accuracy when throwing peanuts across the stands, and surprisingly, in six years of working there, I never once fell down the stairs. (I always figured I would someday.) I remember going to the Super Bowl AND the World Series that year, meeting all of the celebrities in the stands (Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise, Tom Arnold, Tommy Lasorda, and even a few famous people not named Tom). I remember having a crush on the 20something blonde who always sat in the second row every night behind the visitors' dugout (never did catch her name). We beat Randy Johnson and the Astros in the division series, beat the unstoppable Atlanta Braves in the NLCS. Greg Vaughn ...
Image of the Day National Concern As June begins, things are not well with the Washington Nationals, who entered play Friday with a 27-27 record. Picked by many to be a World Series contender, the Nats entered a three game series with the division leading Atlanta Braves trailing by five and a half games. Among the disappointments in the first two months is Stephen Strasburg, who has pitched in hard luck with a 3-5 record and a 2.54 ERA. Strasburg was on the mound on Friday, but he was unable to stick around, leaving after the second inning with a strained right oblique. The much maligned Nationals bullpen led by Craig Stammen would get a 3-2 win. However, the concern now shifts to Strasburg, who will be evaluated further on Saturday. The Nats already playing without Bryce Harper and Jayson Werth will certainly be cautious with Stephen Strasburg and likely place him on the DL.
I would like to thank you for following me this month, and I hope I was able to bring some enjoyment into your life with some of the Black Sport Stars, and Teams. This is one of my favorite Stars!!! Deion Luwynn Sanders (/ˈdiːɒn/; born August 9, 1967) is an American former football and baseball player, who currently works as an NFL Network analyst. He was inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on August 6, 2011. Nicknamed 'Prime Time' and 'Neon Deion', he played football primarily at cornerback, but also as a kick returner, punt returner and occasionally as a running back or wide receiver. He played in the NFL for the Atlanta Falcons, the San Francisco 49ers, the Dallas Cowboys, the Washington Redskins and the Baltimore Ravens, winning the Super Bowl with both the 49ers and the Cowboys. An outfielder in baseball, he played professionally for the New York Yankees, the Atlanta Braves, the Cincinnati Reds and the San Francisco Giants, and participated in the 1992 World Series with the Braves. He attend ...
As I begin this preview of the 2013 Atlanta Braves, I want to take one last opportunity to talk about Chipper Jones, who I've really enjoyed watching over the last, well, almost 20 years! Of course, Chipper retired after the 2012 season; he put up some great numbers in his career...how about a career .303 average, 468 home runs, 1623 RBI and 1619 runs scored! How about this...Chipper never had a season where he struck out 100 times (the most strikeouts he had in a season was 99 in 1995; he only had 3 other seasons where he had 90+ K's)! Chipper was also an 8-time All-Star as well as a World Series winner (1995), a MVP winner (1999) and a 2-time Silver Slugger winner (1999 and 2000)! Chipper was not only great on the field, he performed many community service projects in the Atlanta area as well! I just say: CONGRATULATIONS CHIPPER! All the best to you in your retirement! Now on to the preview of this year's Braves...Atlanta made many changes to its roster after the 2012 season; it was a season of high dra ...
I want the Cleveland Indians and Atlanta Braves to play in the most racist World Series ever.
Infielder Julio Lugo will retire following the Caribbean Series. Lugo will finish his career with a .269 batting average and 80 homeruns in his MLB career. Lugo played for the Houston Astros from 2000-2003, Tampa Bay Rays 2003-2006, Los Angeles Dodgers 2006, Boston Red Sox 2007-2009, St.Louis Cardinals 2009, Baltimore Orioles 2010, & the Atlanta Braves in 2011 while also winning the World Series with the Red Sox in 2007.
Atlanta Braves will be in the World Series with the trades... Best outfield in the majors.. Bj Upton, Justin Upton, and Jason Heyward... Chopping
Oh snap my Atlanta Braves got both Upton brothers to go along with Jason Heyward, Freddie Freeman and Brian McCain we coming for da National League pennant and then da World Series !
Thanks to all who remembered yesterday and the San Francisco Giants for making the day so memorable by completing the sweep of the Detroit Tigers in the World Series. It was the second such victory on my birthday that I remember -- the Atlanta Braves in 1995 was the other.
Congratulations to the San Francisco Giants on winning the 2012 World Series. (Even though I'm not a fan and was rooting for the Detroit Tigers. Now it'll be God knows how long before the Tigers make it back to play in a series. It took them forever to get into this World Series. I hope my Atlanta Braves make it to the World Series next year!)
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Live tonight on ATL WSB-TV Sports Zone (11:30pm. Ch2), I think I'll bring up an Atlanta Braves' connection to the current World Series.
17 years ago today, the Atlanta Braves won the World Series against the Cleveland Indians. Everything about that sentence is just wonderful.
I sure wish that the Tigers would face my National League team, the Atlanta Braves instead of the San Francisco Giants in the World Series. I would'nt care who wins that one since I'm a fan of both!
Wow, just realized today is the 21st anniversary of Jack Morris' 10-inning 1-0 shutout pitched against the Atlanta Braves in the seventh and decisive game of the Twins' last World Series crown.
Today's Date in History: 1991 - In a Game Seven that rivals any in World Series history, the Atlanta Braves and Minnesota Twins go scoreless through nine innings. Lonnie Smith is decoyed into pausing at second base to keep him from scoring the winner for Atlanta in the 8th. Gene Larkin's single over a drawn-in outfield in the 10th is the difference in the first extra-inning Game Seven in 67 years. Jack Morris, who pitches the 10-inning, 1 - 0 shutout, is named Series MVP. Both Atlanta and Minnesota had finished last in their respective divisions in 1990.
How cold will it be Saturday night, when the Detroit Tigers and San Francisco Giants meet in the Motor City for Game 3 of the World Series?
On This Day In Baseball History: 1911 - Danny Murphy of the Philadelphia Athletics has four hits as the A's beat the New York Giants, 13 - 2, to win the World Series in six games. Philadelphia puts the game out of reach with a seven-run 7th inning. 1931 - Charles Comiskey dies at age 72. The Chicago White Sox owner and pioneer player never recovered from the betrayal of the 1919 World Series 1934 - The Boston Red Sox acquire shortstop Joe Cronin from the Washington Senators for his counterpart Lyn Lary and an estimated $250,000. Cronin will hit .295 with 95 RBI in 1935, the first of his 11 seasons as a Boston player. 1940 - Detroit Tigers outfielder Hank Greenberg is named the American League MVP with Cleveland Indians pitcher Bob Feller finishing second. Greenberg hit .340 with 41 home runs and 150 RBI, while Feller posted a 27-11 record with a 2.61 ERA. Having won the award in 1935 as a first baseman, Greenberg becomes the first player to win the MVP again playing a different position. 1949 - The San Fr ...
As a widow of the late most ardent fan of the Atlanta Braves , whip me with a wet noodle. I have no idea who is playin in the World Series. Please let me know, and what chanel on Dish. I might tune in. "Not." Are they playing jR. lesgue rules? Thats what Dink called the American League. He hated thr desiganited batter.
Morning everyone. Okay, just so y'all know I'm an Atlanta Braves and Boston Red Sox fan. Neither of which are in the World Series. I'm rootin for the Tigers simply because they crushed the best team in baseball, the Yankees.
On October 24, 1992, the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Atlanta Braves in the sixth game of the World Series to win the championship. It was the first time a Canadian team had ever won the trophy, and it was a truly international victory—the Blue Jays’ 25-man roster included several players of Puerto Rican descent, a Jamaican, three Dominicans and no actual Canadians.
What is wrong with Miami Marlins? 1. Joe Girardi wins 2006 National League Manager of the year award and is let go and considered a non perfect match. Manager of the Yankees and wins a World Series. 2. Freddie González had won more games than any other manager in Marlins history. On 23 June 2010, González was fired as Marlins manager. González led the Marlins to winning seasons in 2008 and 2009, despite working with the lowest payroll in the Major Leagues. Gonzalez in 2012 manages the Atlanta Braves to the playoffs. 3. Ozzie Guillen dismissed and owed 7.5 million and manages the Marlins to a last place finish. In 2005, Guillen became the first Latino manager in Major League history to win a World Series while managing the Chicago White Sox. All of the above were not good enough to manage the Marlins. What is the common factor of why the Marlins can not accept the real problem?
No Brian Wilson, no Melky Cabrera, no problem. The SF Giants advance to the World Series to face and host the Detroit Tigers. Hunter Pence's broken bat hit the baseball twice; the game was over after that. Carlos Beltran was not about the make the last out of the NLCS again; Matt Holliday did with a popup to Marco Scutaro (the 2012 NLCS MVP), no less. Up to this point, the 2012 SF Giants are the 1996 Atlanta Braves.
said unfortunately, St. Louis Cardinals did not make it to enter the World Series because they did not play very well in last three games like before first three games in the NLCS but they did their efforts and played very hard since 2012 season began and make it into the playoff, past the Wild Card game against Atlanta Braves and division series against Washington Nationals in game five. They show they can play terrific even without superstar Albert Pujols. They deserved it and we, Cardinal fans will see you, St. Louis Cardinals next season!
Some quantum of solace (sorry 007); the San Francisco Giants beat the St. Louis Cardinals, who eliminated the Atlanta Braves, to advance to the 2012 World Series against the Detroit Tigers. Let the fun begin!
I know Leland is the Manager for Detroit Tigers and they are going to the World Series. But I never see Leland that I don't think about Pittsburgh and the Atlanta Braves, somethings just never change. I know there are some of you out there that remember.
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On this date in Baseball...Randy Johnson and the Arizona Diamondbacks defeat the Atlanta Braves, 3 - 2, to win the National League Championship Series and reach the World Series for the first time in their history. Arizona gets to the Series faster than any expansion team in history, doing so in the fourth year of its existence. Erubiel Durazo's pinch-hit two-run home run is the key blow. Craig Counsell is named the NLCS MVP.
16 years ago today, at 5:26 pm (MST) Jim Trumble was born. It was approximately at the time (within minutes) of the first pitch of Game 2 of the World Series between the Evil Empire and the Atlanta Braves. They sure don't play the World Series as early in the year as they did lo those many years ago.
20 years ago (October 20, 1992) the first World Series to be played outside the United States, the host Toronto Blue Jays beat the Atlanta Braves with a 4-3 series victory.
I think sometimes I am baseball crazy. Atlanta Braves are out and Cincinniti Reds are out and I am watching SF Giants & SL Cardinals play to try to get to the World Series, with the Detroit Tigers. Hey it doesn't matter who is playing its baseball.
20 years ago, Francisco Cabrerra hit a line drive to center field sending in Sid Bream in to score the winning run in the bottom of the ninth of the NLCS after the Atlanta Braves were down 2-0 to the Pittsburgh Pirates. That hit sent Barry Bonds, Jimmy Leyland packing back to Pittsburgh with no World Series berth. Good to see Jimmy Leyland getting ready to go back to the Fall Classic! Detroit was my preseason pick to win it all and Im back on the bandwagon! Go Tigers!
Atlanta Braves: 3 days after World Series is over they have to make a decision on Brian McCann and Tim Hudson for their options for 2013. 13 million for McCann and 9 million for Hudson.
I have only 3 MLB teams that I like to watch & that I can say I'm a fan of those teams. They are 1) Atlanta Braves, 2) Detroit Tigers & 3) St Louis Cardinals. Two of them are fighting for a spot in the World Series & will probably be playing each other in the series. The Tigers are playing now & trying to sweep the Yankees & the Cards are battling to beat the Giants. Have to go for Tigers to win it all. GO TIGERS!!!
20 years ago today, CBS had game 2 of the World Series; Toronto Blue Jays @ Atlanta Braves. A US Marine displayed the Canadian flag upside down! The next day when I watched NBC Nightly News, Canadians so outraged, they flew the stars & stripes upside down! Tuesday when the game was Toronto Blue Jays, the PA announcer addressed the fans to inform that the US Marines issued an apology & would like to hold the Canadian flag while the RCMP held the US flag.
With the Kansas City Royals missing another postseason, fans wonder when the team will make the playoffs, even with the expanded Wild Card. How about a playoff format where every team in the Majors is in a playoff tournament for a chance at the World Series? Think it sounds crazy? Atlanta Braves thi...
Hats off to a great career with the Atlanta Braves, Chipper Jones... I was there when you joined them 19 years ago as a young buck, I was in the stadium when you won the World Series, and I watched your last at bat last night. Full Circle...
The Washington Nationals are 5-1 favorites to win the World Series, as they will know their National League Division Series opponent after Friday's Wild Card game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Atlanta Braves.
Today Braves fans we say goodbye to a Legend. For as long as I can remember Chipper Jones was the Atlanta Braves 3rd baseman. For the last 17 years we have watched him become an MVP in 1999, win a World Series as a rookie in 1995, and be voted to countless All-Star teams all on his way to becoming one of the greatest at his position in baseball history. He is statistically the third best switch hitter in history eclipsed by only Pete Rose and Mickey Mantle. As far as the numbers go, he is the 4th best 3rd baseman behind Mike Schmidt, Eddie Matthews, and George Brett with a .303 life time batting average, 468 homers, 549 doubles, 1623 RBI, 1619 runs, and 2726 hits. He is also part of the most winning-est decade in baseball history by a single team as the face of the Atlanta Braves, winning 14 straight NL East Division titles 3 Pennants and the before mentioned 1 World Series title. He is one of only 2 men ever to hit over .300 with 100 RBI in 7 seasons while making the playoffs. The other man. Joe DiMaggio ...
2011-St. Louis Cardinals come from 13 games back to take the NL Wild Card spot from the Atlanta Braves. 2012-St. Louis Cardinals beat the Atlanta Braves6-3 in the NL Wild Card Game in Atlanta, GA. In 2011 the Cardinals came back to become the Wild Card team which everyone counted out of the running and they proved them all wrong by winning the 2011 World Series. So if history has taught us anything its that we already know the 2012 World Series Champions! Fitzy
Wow, what no-class Atlanta Braves' fans. Never happier to see the Braves and their chop go down since the 1991 Minnesota Twins took the World Series..
Let's go Chipper Jones and the Atlanta Braves...if a class act like the White Sox can't be in the playoffs and win the World Series, a class act like Chipper Jones deserves it
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Being baseball romantic that I am the BEST postseason story would be the Yankees (lead by a fiery October from The Captain, Derek Jeter) vs Chipper Jones on his retirement tour and the Atlanta Braves. That's World Series magic waiting to happen. And can you really think of any two athletes who have represented the Major League Baseball better over the last 15+ years then these guys? Hash tag, let's go Yanks. Hash tag, let's go Braves.
Today, the Atlanta Braves begin their run to a World Series title, and the quest to insure that Chipper Jones wins his last MLB game ever!! Go Braves!!
Atlanta Braves begin their World Series run today!!! Chipper Jones, my boy
Just got home from the stadium. What a day and even better nite. Oakland A's made history as being the 1st game to clinch division coming back from a five game deficit with nine games or less remaining. Texas Rangers facing possible collapse even though they are in the postseason dance. They're fortunate that they have a Wild Card home game versus the Baltimore Orioles. For the NL Wild Card, it's the World Series champs St. Louis Cardinals versus the Atlanta Braves. If anyone remembered that the Braves and one other team whom will not be mention collasped last season. The Braves did not let the collapse affect them and will host the Cards. Congratulations to Miguel "Miggy" Cabrera of winning the Triple Crown. He led the league in homers, RBIs, and batting average and becoming the 1st player to accomplish the feat since Carl "Yaz" Yastrzemski in 1967. Washington Nationals earned home-field advantage throughout the National League playoffs with a victory and a Cincinnati Reds lost to the Cards. I ...
When it comes to Major League Baseball, I am a die-hard Atlanta Braves' fan-I SO hope that we can send Chipper Jones out as a World Series Champion this year---and as of right now, from an American League standpoint, I am also a Baltimore Orioles' fan: In other words, I hope that they beat out the Yankees for the AL East title! Tonight, Go Orioles and Go Red Sox!! (The Red Sox are playing the Yankees!)
I am thinking that the Atlanta Braves and the Texas Rangers will be the World Series this year!
Thanks for all the great memories Chipper. You will be missed by all the Atlanta Braves players and all the fans. Now go out there Atlanta Braves and win one more World Series for Chipper Jones before he retires.
As things stand right now in the National League I'm gonna call the NLCS as being between Washington and Cincinnati with Washington pulling a very well rested Stephen Strasbourg back into the rotation and he and Gio Gonzalez winning the 4 games the Nats need to advance to the World Series in 7games to face the former Senators, the Texas Rangers with the Rangers winning in 6 games...although I could see the Atlanta Braves rallying behind the retiring future Hall of Famer and my old beer drinking buddy from his days as a Richmond Brave,Chipper Jones making things interesting.
Chipper Jones. Thanks so much for 19 fantastic years for the Atlanta Braves. Class Act. Lets finish it to the World Series.
Chipper Jones has spent his entire 20-year career with the Atlanta Braves. During that time, he has played in 92 postseason games. He has helped his team win three NL pennants and one World Series title. Jones will get to make one more playoff run with the Braves before he retires at the end of the ...
How about this year the Atlanta Braves win the World Series and the Atlanta Falcons win the Super Bowl.priceless
I was 7 years old when Chipper Jones made his big league debut for the Atlanta Braves. For as long as I've been a fan (and those of you that know me know I'm a HUGE Braves fan), Chipper has been a mainstay in Atlanta. He announced at the beginning of this year that this is going to be his final year before retirement. I'm happy for Chipper that his career will end in the postseason like it should. I hope the Braves can extend his career all the way to the World Series. Everyone should enjoy his final games, however many that may be, because there aren't many Chipper Jones's out there. Whenever it DOES end, I might just shed a tear watching my childhood hero play for my beloved Braves for the final time...
Atlanta Braves back in the playoffs...Chipper Jones is having a great final year...Best ending would be with another World Series ring...
Congratulations to the Atlanta Braves and Chipper Jones, what a great finish to get into the playoffs. Would love to see Chipper get in a World Series his last year.
With 3 weeks left in the MLB season, here's the way the pennant chase stands: The Yankees probably didn't expect to be given a tussle for the AL East, especially with the Baltimore Orioles playing better than you'd expect them to this time of year (Maybe it's the return of the cartoon bird caps); the Tampa Bay Rays are still on the outside looking in. Though the White Sox have been atop the AL Central for a long time, Detroit still is looking to take that division for themselves. The Texas Rangers may be favored to appear in a third straight World Series, but the surprising Oakland A's are breathing down their neck. If Stephen Strasburg's shutdown doesn't stop the Washington Nationals from reaching the postseason, what will? An unforseen player's strike, I guess. Okay, that won't happen. And though they're well behind the Nats, the Atlanta Braves still are in a good position for the Wild Card Showdown. The Cincinnati Reds are on their way to the NL Central crown, and the champion Cardinals were already ...
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This is Chipper Jones' (I love this guy) last season with the Atlanta Braves. It is not too much to expect a World Series title for them.
I remember the game like it was yesterday. It was Wednesday October 14th, 1992. 11:53pm EDT. Game 7 1992 National League Championship Series. Pittsburgh Pitates vs Atlanta Braves. The Pirates were leading 2-0 heading into the bottom of the ninth. After two runs score to tie the game, Stan belinda gives up a single to light hitting Francisco Cabrera. Here comes Sid Bream around third. Barry Bonds throw to the plate...Safe! Pirates lose 3-2. No Pennant. No World Series. No nothing! I watched the game with my father. He just sat on the sofa in total silence. I curled up next to him and cried like a baby. Dad was going to take me to game three of the '92 World Series against the Toronto Blue Jays. I remember KDKA news came on right after the game. Patty Burns literally cried on the air. She had to compose herself at least three times. The Pirates haven't had a winning season since. Nineteen LONG years of losing. This is the year the losing ends my friends! Let's go Bucs! Some people say I am a fair weather fa ...
Someday someone should make a movie about an American kid who grew up in a small town in Florida. The kid would have a passion for baseball and be drafted by his favorite team. 23 years, 14 first place titles, 2 World Championships and many personal records later, the man would retire with the same team after winning the 2012 World Series. 95% of that story is already written and true, oh by the way...that man is Chipper Jones for my Atlanta Braves...here's to hoping the final 5% of that story is written in October. Let's go Braves, win one for the Chipper!
Kenny Powers as a 19 year-old rookie for the Atlanta Braves was brought into close Game 7 of the 2002 World Series vs the Baltimore Orioles.
Lighthouse Oil Can featured in one of tonight’s episodes of Pawn Stars on the History Channel. Be sure to watch it. We wonder how accurate it will be? Premiere Date: 07/09/2012 Take the field with the Pawn Stars when a World Series ring from the 1995 Atlanta Braves slides into the shop. Known as "the team of the 90s," will the guys try to push the negotiation into extra innings, or is this item out of their league? Then, Corey and the Old Man hear the sweet sound of cash when a Sho-Bud steel guitar comes in. A classic instrument in country music, can the Old Man get it for a song, or is the seller singing a different tune? And later, a guy brings in an oilcan used for fueling a 19th century lighthouse lamp. Will the Old Man guide this deal through treacherous waters?
Well it looks like today's Red Sox game against the Atlanta Braves will be Kevin Youkilis's last in a Boton uniform. Don't know if this is true or just a rumour, but if this is Youk's last game we at Red Sox Nation would like to say Thank you for all the memories you've brought us winning 2 World Series Championships. It probably wasn't the way Youk wanted his Red Sox career to end. Youk you won't ever be forgotten in our hearts & again thank you.
ATLANTA -- Three years ago, within the walls of the visiting clubhouse at Turner Field, the Yankees turned their season around. General manager Brian Cashman paid a surprise visit to his club, which would go on to win a World Series, though at the time they were little more than underachievers.
To commemorate the 2oth anniversary of the famous slide by Sid Bream into home plate which enabled the Atlanta Braves to capture their second consecutive National League pennant, today was Sid Bream bobblehead day. I remember that slide like it was only yesterday. On Wednesday night, Oct. 14, 1992, at approximately 11:59 p.m. Francisco Cabrera had the game winning single into left center field which allowed David Justice to score the tying run and Sid Bream ran as hard as he had ever run in his life to score the winning run. The Braves entered that bottom of the ninth inning down by a 2-0 score. I thought when it happened that they would have to call the hospital for Bream because the remainder of the Braves team just collapsed on top of him at home plate in total jubilation. That famous and memorable slide propelled the Braves into the 1992 World Series. Long live the slide!! Go Braves!
John Smoltz has his number 29 retired by the Atlanta Braves tonight. Without question, he is a Hall of Famer. One of the gutsiest pitchers ever, his performance in Game 7 in Minnesota is often forgotten. If not for Lonnie Smith's blunder, it would stand alongside the great performances in World Series history, & not be so overlooked.
It is only fitting that the Atlanta Braves have one of best record in baseball right now. A World Series win would be the perfect parting gift for the legendary Chipper Jones.
Quote of the year: David Cone speaking of his performance in the 1999 World Series vs Kevin Millwood and the Atlanta Braves, "I rolled him up and smoked him like a Cuban cigar".
Congratulations to Josh Williams and his Atlanta Braves on a hard fought victory against my Cardinals!! Being that we are the World Series Champions, I'm ok with this loss!! Love ya Josh!!
ESPN Classic...1992 National League Championship...Pittsburgh Pirates at Atlanta Braves...Sid Bream slides into home and sends the Braves to the World Series!!! Still gives me goose bumps!!! GO BRAVES!!!
Stan Kasten still wears the massive World Series ring he won 17 years ago as president of the Atlanta Braves , and he says there has rarely been a day when someone hasn't wanted to touch or hold it.
"Mark gets the sign, the wind and the pitch here it is... swung, fly ball deep left center, Grissom on the run... Yes! Yes! Yes! The Atlanta Braves have given you a championship! Listen to this crowd! A mob scene on the field. Wohlers gets 'em one, two, three. A couple of fans rushing on the field. The Atlanta Braves have brought the first championship to Atlanta!" -Skip Caray(as the Braves won the '95 World Series)
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