Braves-Reds Pictures

Just a couple from the day.

Yeah, Chipper! He was pulled in the seventh or eighth (I stopped keeping score — sorry) with the eight-run lead. Good decision. I suggested taking him out after the home run in the second. Considering his two strikeouts after the first two hits, it was a better idea than the Reds fan in front of me thought it was.

Kenshin Kawakami. He was throwing with Rafael Soriano. Soriano launched one over his head and acted as if Kawakami was the one who screwed up. Hilarious.

My view from my seats. Not bad.


The strength and conditioning coach. He was the opposite of agile. Great, look out Chipper.

Mike Gonzalez but no whirling dirvish.


The sluggers at the cage. They actually put on quite a show. We went out to left, but we didn’t catch any balls.
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