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    Braves First Half Impressions

    In spite of everything that's gone wrong this first half, I must say I'm proud of the work the Braves have done this season.

    The pitching staff, as a whole, has been nothing short of incredible. The defense has been solid. The offense... well, let's face it: if the Braves don't get someone new, they're going to have to hope the underachievers improve.

    I was planning to do a blog post later about the Braves and the first half, but I also thought it would be a good idea for us to talk about it here too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamtheBravesFan View Post
    In spite of everything that's gone wrong this first half, I must say I'm proud of the work the Braves have done this season.

    The pitching staff, as a whole, has been nothing short of incredible. The defense has been solid. The offense... well, let's face it: if the Braves don't get someone new, they're going to have to hope the underachievers improve.

    I was planning to do a blog post later about the Braves and the first half, but I also thought it would be a good idea for us to talk about it here too.
    Considering the start the Braves got off to I would say it was a great first half. They Braves should add a bat though who that is could make ones head spin, the addition of Prado should help and Uggla so far this month has put up Uggla numbers of the past with a .243/.333/.568.
    Extend Prado!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PureBaseballFan View Post
    Considering the start the Braves got off to I would say it was a great first half. They Braves should add a bat though who that is could make ones head spin, the addition of Prado should help and Uggla so far this month has put up Uggla numbers of the past with a .243/.333/.568.
    i like the hunter pence idea i am just not sure it makes sense right now. Plus, can he even play CF? I mean you assume heyward isn't going to turn into frenchy. Also, despite chipper have surgery i don't see him retiring early and he might the option to vest for 2013 (not that he would play then). I think the team needs a CF. I really hoped that schafer could hold it down, but that's not working. Also, I don't want nate and his poor arm going back there. If chipper ends up being lost for the season to move prado to 3B and I am confident that nate and hinske (or schafer) could hold down LF.

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    I know he is young, but I thought Heyward would have been better.

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    I am the happiest with them I have been in years. I hope they can keep it up. Wouldn't it be something if they could win the next 10. But it was sure close tonight. But a win is a win.

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