Game 2, ’93 NLCS, Braves kick some Philly ass

Before the series came south, and went south, the Braves would rebound from a Game 1 defeat, clubbing the Phils 14-3. McGriff and TP had three hits and one homer apiece as the Bravos chased ex-farmhand Tommy Greene, who gave up 7 runs in 2-2/3 IP. They seemed on their way to advancing to the World Series after defeating the Phils 9-4 in Game 3, but then the bats went cold, managing just 7 runs in the remaining three games.

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2 Comments on Game 2, ’93 NLCS, Braves kick some Philly ass

  1. pepefreeus // March 2, 2014 at 2:13 pm //

    The Braves were so much better than that bunch of scum.

  2. Unrelated, but did anyone else see this article in the NY Times about BJ’s refusal to speak to anyone last year during his epic struggles at the plate? Not even his brother or his parents. That, to me, is unbelievable. Makes me wonder what’s under the guy’s hood. And makes me regret that he’s on our team.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/02/sports/baseball/in-a-rough-first-season-in-atlanta-upton-suffered-in-silence.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&_r=0

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