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    Atlanta Braves (40-38) @ Philadelphia Phillies (36-42) 6/27-6/29



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    Friday, 6/27 7:05 PM

    Julio Teheran, RHP (6-5, 2.41 ERA/3.39 FIP/3.68 xFIP) vs Kyle Kendrick, RHP (3-7, 4.20 ERA/4.25 FIP/4.35 xFIP)



    Teheran returns to Philadelphia for the first time since tossing a three-hit shutout on April 16. He ranks among the NL's ERA leaders partly because he's limited the Phillies to one run in 17 innings this year.


    Kendrick ran into trouble in the fourth inning of his last outing against the Cardinals, when he surrendered five straight baserunners. Ultimately, he allowed five runs on eight hits in six innings. He had quality starts in his two prior outings.
    Saturday, 6/28 2:05 PM

    Ervin Santana, RHP (5-5, 4.15 ERA/3.36 FIP/3.22 xFIP) vs Roberto Hernandez, RHP (3-6, 4.52 ERA/5.11 FIP/4.58 xFIP)



    Santana has struggled most of the past six weeks, posting a 5.96 ERA in his past eight starts. But he finally showed some signs of improvement with the more consistent command he showed during Sunday's loss to the Nationals.


    Hernandez allowed three hits, two runs, three walks and struck out six in six innings in Monday's 4-0 loss to the Marlins. But at least Hernandez picked up the first hit of his career, snapping a 0-for-40 funk.

    Saturday, 6/28 7:15 PM

    David Hale, RHP (1-0, 2.31 ERA/3.23 FIP/4.44 xFIP) vs Sean O'Sullivan, RHP (0-0, 0.00 ERA/0.00 FIP/0.00 xFIP)



    Hale will make his first start since limiting the Reds to one run over eight innings on April 26. He has primarily served as a long reliever since then. He should be stretched out enough to complete at least four innings.


    O'Sullivan will be promoted from Triple-A to make his first start with the Phillies. In 10 starts with Lehigh Valley this year, the right-hander has a 4.31 ERA. He made three starts with the Padres last season, going 0-2 with a 2.60 ERA.

    Sunday, 6/29 1:35 PM

    Aaron Harang, RHP (6-6, 3.78 ERA/3.13 FIP/3.92 xFIP) vs David Buchanan, RHP (4-3, 4.79 ERA/4.87 FIP/3.85 xFIP)



    Harang has continued to be one of this season's biggest surprises. The veteran hurler, who was released by the Indians in late March, has allowed two earned runs or fewer in 12 of his 16 starts.


    Buchanan allowed two runs on six hits and four walks while striking out two in five innings Tuesday against the Marlins. He is 3-0 with 3.06 ERA in his last three starts, although he has pitched more than five innings just once.





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    No Hamels, Burnett, Lee.....honestly if we don't at least take the series from them..that's really pathetic. Go get your revenge on these ****s.


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    BJ
    Simba
    Freddie
    Gattis
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    Uggla
    Teheran

    Probably a good time for Tommy to get a day off and Dan usually runs into one in Philly so here's to hoping!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATLKoos16 View Post
    BJ
    Simba
    Freddie
    Gattis
    Heyward
    Jupton
    Johnson
    Uggla
    Teheran

    Probably a good time for Tommy to get a day off and Dan usually runs into one in Philly so here's to hoping!
    What Channel is the game on?

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    FREDO give Uggla a chance to play and make a err that cost 2 runs to the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brave/cuban View Post
    FREDO give Uggla a chance to play and make a err that cost 2 runs to the team.
    C'mon, it cost one run and the throw by Uggla was good, it was Simmons who dropped it. Don't complain for the sake of doing so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beldugo View Post
    C'mon, it cost one run and the throw by Uggla was good, it was Simmons who dropped it. Don't complain for the sake of doing so.
    not he throw in the wrong side of the base and was howard who run to the 1 base, c'mon for nothing, he got time to do, why throw like that ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brave/cuban View Post
    not he throw in the wrong side of the base and was howard who run to the 1 base, c'mon for nothing, he got time to do, why throw like that ?
    I understand but still Simmons should be able to make that play, it wasn't the greatest of the throws but one that should've been catched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRAVE KID View Post
    No Hamels, Burnett, Lee.....honestly if we don't at least take the series from them..that's really pathetic. Go get your revenge on these ****s.
    And we won the game against the great Kyle Kendrick, we shouldn't have problems winning the series now. We are also back at first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brave/cuban View Post
    not he throw in the wrong side of the base and was howard who run to the 1 base, c'mon for nothing, he got time to do, why throw like that ?
    They were using a shift so Dan was out of position to where you normally make that throw. It was an easy catch that Simba rushed to make the throw and didn't see the ball into the glove. Simmons error, not Dan's. Chip and Tom said nothing about the throw being bad either.
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    Gave up a couple by got them back thanks to Howard at first. 2-2 in the fourth. Simmons is looking pretty good in the two hole. A hit and a walk plus a run today had a hit and a walk plus two runs yesterday.
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    A close game turned into a blood bath thanks to timely hitting TL and CJ as well as wild pitchers. Now just need to bring it game two.

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    Bethancourt in lineup for second game, really hope he's just the 26th man and gattis isn't going on DL

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    Time to step on the throat, hopefully Hale brings it!

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    #Braves lineup: 1 Schafer CF 2 Simmons SS 3 Freeman 1B 4 J Upton LF 5 Doumit RF 6 Johnson 3B 7 La Stella 2B 8 Bethancourt C 9. Hale P
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