FW says the Braves haven't shut the door on Michael Bourn, but that doesn't mean anything has changed. What did you want him to say, Bourn can't come back even if he wanted to? The Braves have roughly $8 million to spend and Liberty has shown little flexibility with payroll. In a market where Shane Victorino... Continue Reading →
Re: Michael Bourn "If he had a different agent, we might have signed him already," one Braves person lamented.
He replaces Ian Desmond, who hit his 16th homer today but is going to use the break to rest a sore oblique.
Greg Walker is getting a lot of credit for the Braves' offensive turnaround, deservedly so. But Michael Bourn deserves more. His .399 OBP is second among NL lead-off hitters, he's tied for first in runs scored with Fukey and is on pace to steal more than 50 bases. Unfortunately, it looks as if this will... Continue Reading →