We haven't fallen more than a game below .500 all year, and I really don't think it's a good idea to start now. As luck would have it, here comes Chris Capuano, fresh off four great starts, to keep the wins even with the losses.
Trying to keep the Braves above neutral is Kyle Davies, coming off one heck of a start of his own: a complete game in which he gave up only one run. However, his career stats suggest that last week's start was an abberation. Let's hope so.
I won't be around for the game--I'll be at this concert after having dinner here--handy if you're stalking me, eh? I trust Capuano doesn't need my help to put up another great outing.
Tags: Atlanta Braves, Kyle Davies
Update [2006-4-24 17:6:6 by Jeff]: Those stinkin' Reds, not only did they take a series from us at Miller Park, but now they're acting like a reasonably intelligent ballclub. Today they traded for Cody Ross (from the Dodgers for a PTBNL) and to make room on the 40-man, designated Tony Womack for assignment. That means more ABs for Brandon Phillips. Who, you may recall, they got for next to nothing.