The week in #Braves stupidity

I guess the Braves way means making sacrificial lambs out of respected coaches and fan favorites. Here’s hoping TP and Eddie hook on with a real franchise, not the rudderless mall anchor the Braves have become. Does anyone think TP wouldn’t have been a better manager than Fredi or Snitker? Hey, Mike Maddux, widely regarded […]

Read More The week in #Braves stupidity

Maybe it’s best if Hart stays

The narrative, which rings true, though may not be, holds that Royals GM Dayton Moore would come to the Braves if guaranteed total control over the franchise. That can’t happen as long as John Hart remains president of baseball operations. Hart plans on staying, unless longtime friend John Schuerholz is able to force him out, […]

Read More Maybe it’s best if Hart stays

Dayton Moore is Frank Wren lite

Frank Wren is going to lose his job because of a lousy personality, although he should be losing it for his crappy investments. Somehow, Dayton Moore has kept his job despite signing Gil Meche and Jose Guillen to contracts totaling 8 years and $91 million. He also signed Jeff Francoeur to a 2-year, $13.5 million […]

Read More Dayton Moore is Frank Wren lite

All eyes on Terry McGuirk

The Braves’ CEO, a corporate lackey right out of central casting, is about to make the biggest decision of his tenure. No question he should fire Frank Wren, the architect of this anemic offense who has drafted poorly, hired unwisely and spent foolishly. I know most would rather see Fredi go, but who’s more responsible […]

Read More All eyes on Terry McGuirk

Why Frank Wren must go

*One run in three games merits a repost.  There was a lot of blowback when CD gave FW a C- for his tenure as the Braves GM. If you’re one of those who think Wren hung the moon, I’d advise you to stop reading now. It’s obvious this team needs a major fix, thanks to […]

Read More Why Frank Wren must go