Hello again everyone! I’m coming to you today from what seems to be the place with the most tempermental weather on the planet: 12 degrees this morning, maybe 50 tomorrow. The same snow and ice must have melted and refrozen half a dozen times. And it finally gave me a cold. Yuck!
But on to more pleasant things. I was browsing the ‘Net today and came across some great (albiet premature) news: As a group, the projected Braves starting eight for this season are hitting amazingly well. How well? Let’s take a look!
All the "question mark" pieces are doing well. I personally don’t have too many worries about McCann, Prado, and Uggla. I’d like to see a lot more power, though, as in total the group only has 2 home runs (one each by Prado and Chipper). I’ll take the good news, even given the limited sample size. Do you have any thoughts?