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This poll is skewed since it doesn't ask if readers prefer CoolRay field for baseball, instead of Turner field.
I agree with you. Anyone using heroin and alcohol is trying to kill themselves.
I started following Joey's career last year and I had a chance to talk to him before a game on June 8th. He said at the time that he didn't care where the big team played him as long as he could be a part of being on a major league team. I don't understand the knock on his play in the outfield. He gets to every ball and has a good arm, so why the complaints? Good luck Joey and stay healthy...
I keep expecting the Atlanta Braves to call up Joey T to see if he can handle big league pitching as a pinch hitter. I don't see him getting any playing time at a position, but how about letting him hit and make a case for a trade to the AL as a DH?
I wonder how much programming would remain on TV if every host admitted to ever using a racial slur over twenty years ago?
I have enjoyed watching Joey T this season as he works on his fielding and batting. The Braves just don't have a place for him to play on the big team. With five outfielders and six infielders already at Turner Field, his best bet will be to be traded to somebody who can use his bat and occasionally play in the field.
For color guards, the biggest problem is the wind, not the rain. Those flags can be impossible to control. Maybe the parade can go on without them, but no flags would seem odd.
Any time that I've been house hunting, I automatically exclude a neighborhood if it has an HOA. Who needs the drama?
Who is "Tucker"?
I hope that you realize that the population of Gwinnett County is vastly larger than little ol' Lilburn, so what is your point?
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