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My Dad, and Pulling for the Home Team

I wasn’t always the sports fanatic you know me as today. In fact, as a child I was more interested in other things: eating candy, playing with friends, eating more candy, etc. 1,030 more words


RIP, Players Falling Off the 2008 Ballot

There was no way this election was going to be as active as last when we either elected or killed off 20 players. But we continue to plug away. 879 more words

RIP, Obituaries Of Players We're No Longer Considering

Some bold moves pay off long term (1990)

1990 was a pivotal year for the Braves. Bobby Cox moved back into the dug out as manager replacing Russ Nixon. He had been fired in 1981 at the close of his 4th season. 111 more words

Atlanta Braves (1966 - Present)

Halle Seeks To Stop Gabriel Aubry's Gravy Train

Halle Berry needs to put out the, Johnnie Taylor song, ‘Cheaper To Keep Her,’ in her case it’s cheaper to keep him, she make the mistake when she got with Gabriel Aubry is haunting her for years to come. 93 more words

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For Your City

Ah, sweet romance.

David Justice and Atlanta, just like Gable and Lombard, Tracy and Hepburn, right? Or so I’m told by my father.

While the 1995 World Series wasn’t exactly what baseball wanted to offer America as a bouquet to make up for all its past transgressions, the strike-shortened 1994 season notwithstanding, it certainly made for great drama. 399 more words

Dale Murphy traded to the Phillies (August 4, 1990)

August 4, 1990 was a sad day. The Atlanta Braves trade Dale Murphy to the Phillies for Jeff Parrett, Jim Vatcher and Victor Rosario.

The move did make way for the youngster David Justice to return to right field and win the Rookie-of-the-Year Award.

Atlanta Braves (1966 - Present)

David Justice: "I Saw Players Say Things to Mike Hargrove That I Wouldn't Even Dream to Say to Bobby Cox"

Former MLB outfielder/DH David Justice joined Bull & Fox to talk about his memories with the Indians of the ’90s, the incredible stretch the team went through in his time here including a trip to the World Series, Mike Hargrove’s role in the team not being able to get over the hump, owners not willing to spend money on the right players and why the Indians’ strategy has not succeeded. 103 more words