What To Do With the Six-Man Cluster****

Again, sorry for the lateness of getting back into the blog posting bit.  Today, we signed the contract on our house and Tuesday, we have an inspection.  So…that part is good. Against my advice, the Braves and their mental midget-in-charge Fredi Gonzalez chose to go with a six-man rotation now that Tommy Hanson is perfectly healthy (wink, wink) and no longer suffering from any back pain (nudge, nudge).  Tonight, Hanson went 6.2 ING against the…

Should the Braves go to a 6-man staff?

So, as I am prone to doing, I brought up DOB‘s twitter account and looked for any interesting news.  Typically, there isn’t much, but a retweet caught my eye.  AJC’s Jeff Shultz contends that “Medlen should give Braves reason to consider 6-man staff.”  Oh, really? After explaining that Kris Medlen can do everything short of solving the debt crisis, Shultz says… There is one option the Braves should consider, at least in the short term:…

Too Much Meds

As Tommy Hanson walked a small village (and showed them second base as well) over five miserable innings (but he got the win because he’s a gamer), Fredi needed to go to the bullpen quite early.  He called upon Kris Medlen and all Meds did was not allow a hit over three innings and walk just one while striking out five.  In five innings, Hanson allowed an average of two runners an inning and Meds…