Clint Manry

Clint Manry

Resides near Huntsville, AL. Also writes about baseball stuff at Call to the Pen & Braves TomaBlog.
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Austin Riley walks it off in Game 1 as Braves win 3-2 over Dodgers

In a Game 1 that felt incredibly crucial to the outcome of the overall series, the Braves found a way to overcome the LA Dodgers, winning 3-2 to take a 1-0 lead in the NLCS. With Clayton Kershaw banged up, Trevor Bauer still inactive due to his off-the-field issues, and Max Scherzer needing more rest

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Braves: The hottest performers heading into the NLCS

With the fewest regular season wins among this year’s pool of playoff teams, and a pretty overwhelming portion of the industry picking against them during the NLDS, the Braves will more than likely head into this year’s National League Championship Series as an underdog… no matter who the opponent is. The Braves kicked off its

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Braves: The top-five moments from the NLDS

This year’s NLDS was an exciting one for the Braves. And I say that not simply because the team advanced. Over the last four games, Atlanta and Milwaukee nearly went stride for stride the entire time as it felt as if every contest was seemingly decided by just one or two plays on offense. It

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Braves: Re-signing Joc Pederson has become a given

Despite his absence in the Braves starting lineup for the first three games of the NLDS, Joc Pederson has found a way to make an impact. In case you’ve missed it, Pederson started the postseason a perfect 3 for 3 as the team’s primary pinch-hitter, slugging critical homers in Game 1 and 3 of the

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Braves: Jorge Soler could miss the NLCS

The Braves dealt with adversity all through the regular season, and now into the playoffs, the team must do its best to overcome yet another blow. As our own Jake Gordon reported just hours before Tuesday’s NLDS matchup against the Brewers, Atlanta lead-off hitter Jorge Soler tested positive for COVID-19, making him unavailable for the

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