Best AL Pitchers (RH) of All Time carl hubbell, left hand pitchers, left handed pitchers, national league, sandy koufax, steve carleton, tom glavine, warren spahn
If glavine had anything left, he would have been quickly picked up by now.
Glavine is absolutely right about it being driven by money and the Braves could have been more honest about that to glavine and how this was handled.
Cody Ross … after that, though, he settled in and cruised through their lineup twice … all while looking a lot like the glavine-esque pitcher we saw in his previous two starts against the
As a Philly Fan, I'd take Martinez as the 5 over Moyer and might as well get smoltz and glavine for the penn
Now I don't agree with the analysis that the FO wanted or wished that glavine would either get hurt or be ineffective in rehab so that glavine would just retire and make the situation easier to deal with in let him go. they wouldn't have signed him in the first place.
gerchof - so that traitor glavine has a career ending injury and now you don't want the braves?
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Report Abuse if glavine expected that kind of loyalty from the braves organization then maybe he shouldn't have jumped ship to the mets a few years back. its ok to pitch for our biggest division rival but then you're mad when you wanna come back and you're not good enough. we dont need glavine. tommy hanson will be a much better pitcher than glavine can hope to be at 43. i felt bad when it happened to smoltz, but glavine can go to hell