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Free Baseball: “O, How I’ve Missed You” Edition

Once an Oriole, always an Oriole.

Here are some former Baltimore Orioles playing the game. Only their uniforms have changed.

(What, you thought I’d never mention Nick Markakis again just because he’s a Brave now? 435 more words


A Busy Week in Baseball Blogging

I haven’t had much time to write here at The Cleat Report mostly because I’ve agreed to far too many projects. My commitments keep coming and whenever there’s potential for money, power, tigers chained up in the backyard or anything else Tony Montana had I can’t turn it down. 256 more words

The Baseball Life

Cheshire Cat turns DJ in sell out Wonderland-inspired show staged by youth theatre

Cast and crew of an Alice in Wonderland-inspired production set in the 1990s are celebrating after a sell out run.

Welcome to Wonderland, staged by Minerva Youth Theatre, is an adaptation of the classic story, which celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. 525 more words


MLB Series: Atlanta Braves

The busiest team in the NL East was the Atlanta Braves. The Braves made many acquisitions to try and bolster their team. They looked to be playing well early in the season last year but really fell off after the all-star break. 241 more words


Atlanta Braves release Jose Veras

The Atlanta Braves have decided that their corps of relief pitchers are better off without the services of 34-year-old right-hander Jose Veras.

Veras was released by the club this morning, making him a free agent less than three weeks before Opening Day. 223 more words


Atlanta Braves 2015 Season Preview

This is one of a series of posts in which I will be breaking down every team in baseball. I am by no means a credible source—merely a casual fan who knows a little about baseball and would like to share my observations. 818 more words

Season Previews

Nine Braves pitchers combine to no-hit the Astros in 10 innings

The game ended in a 2-2 tie, but the Braves used nine different pitchers to twirl a ten-inning no-hitter against the Astros on Sunday afternoon. Cody Martin got the start and struck out three over two innings of work. 140 more words