Keep Him In Line, Heap

Well, okay. Fine, Braves. If that’s the way you want to go out? Whatever. Cool. Great. I’ll just try to focus on the positive:

Together at last! Devy is the other guy I will make apologies for no matter what, in case you hadn’t noticed. I like the idea of these two as a battery. Heap kept him cool in his inning last night, even after he walked Pujols and gave up a hit — he gets it, and wrangled the Devinator back under control. Only enjoyable part of that game, really.

And we’ve got Scott “Crazy Eyes Killer” Olsen to look forward to tonight. Maybe they’ll brawl?






2 responses to “Keep Him In Line, Heap”

  1. Tara Avatar

    Why the heck can’t we gain any ground in the division or WC?! Seems like we never have *all* aspects of our game firin’ on all cylinders at once…and if we do, it never lasts longer than 1 game. Wish we could’ve taken advantage of the Phils 4-game losing streak last week! grrrr

    1. Jenny Avatar

      I know . . . the fact that the Phillies lost Hamels and for the past week have had the worst bullpen ERA in like, the history of baseball, and we still haven’t gained ground . . . it’s enough to make you crazy.

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