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The Braves are no where near postseason form but I still think they can make the playoffs but they have to beat the teams they should beat in the Marlins and Nats. The Phillies series, which a month and a half ago could have been for division will now mean will the Braves even make the playoffs.

Doesn't help that the Cards finish up against the Mets, Cubs and Astros. The Giants are also streaking. It will definitely be a bail biting few games. Injuries have really hurt to Jair and Hanson and Lowe continues to blowe it, but it was ours to lose and will be a huge disappointment.

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Well it's all but official, the Braves are not going to make the playoffs. One of the biggest choke jobs. Once this team was considered the 2nd best team in the NL and probably the 4th best in all the league. But our struggles combined with STL's play is catching up to us. And Fredi needs to take some heat for this collapse. He inherited a better team than last year and it looks as though he is not going to finish. It's sad.

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