• Southern Fried Baseball Radio

    Southern Fried Baseball podcast: How the Braves can win in 2016

    SFBB logo (thumb)Kent Covington takes a look ahead at the odds of a retooled 2016 Braves roster getting back on the winning track.

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    Special Mets Fan Tribute

    A couple of years ago, Kent Covington produced a very special tribute to fans of the New York Mets. Please click the play button below and enjoy!

    SOUTHERN FRIED BASEBALL RADIO: August 18, 2012

    Kent Covington discusses the ups and downs of the Braves’ starting rotation and the current use of a 6-man roation… as well as the Braves’ path to an NL East pennant.

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    Before you go, check out the Lineup Card on the BravesWire homepage with headlines from over a dozen Braves news/opinion sources.

    Follow Kent on Twitter: @FriedBasballATL and BravesWire: @TheBravesWire

    2012 Season Preview podcast (part-1)

    In part-1 of the BravesWire’s special opening day 2012 season preview podcast, Kent Covington is joined by Kevin Orris of the Capital Ave Club blog as well as BravesWire scribe, Andrew Hirsh to look ahead the the ’12 Atlanta Braves season. (Look for part-2 w/ freelance sports writer, Bud Ellis tomorrow.)

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    Before you go, check out the Lineup Card on the BravesWire homepage with headlines from over a dozen Braves news/opinion sources.

    Follow Kent on Twitter: @FriedBasballATL and BravesWire: @TheBravesWire

    SOUTHERN FRIED BASEBALL RADIO – March 24, 2012

    Kent Covington is joined by sports writer and BravesWire contributor, Bud Ellis, to discuss Chipper Jones’ retirement.

    NOTE: This was recorded prior to public announcement that Chipper Jones will undergo knee surgery and begin the season on the DL. 

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    Before you go, check out the Lineup Card on the BravesWire homepage with headlines from over a dozen Braves news/opinion sources.

    Follow Kent on Twitter: @FriedBasballATL and BravesWire: @TheBravesWire

    SOUTHERN FRIED BASEBALL RADIO (3-14-12): Should you be worried about Braves’ slow start?

    In this spring edition of Southern Fried Baseball radio, BravesWire’s Kent Covington talks about the Braves’ struggles so far this spring and answers the question “should I be worried?”

    NOTE: This was recorded on 3-13-12, before any Braves players had as many as 30 at-bats.  

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    Before you go, check out the Lineup Card on the BravesWire homepage with headlines from over a dozen Braves news/opinion sources.

    Follow Kent on Twitter: @FriedBasballATL and BravesWire: @TheBravesWire

    SOUTHERN FRIED BASEBALL RADIO — Spring Preview

    In a special pre-spring edition of Southern Fried Baseball radio, Kent Covington breaks down the Braves’ winter that was and sizes up the possibilities for this team in 2012.  Can the offense rebound from a dismal ’11 showing? How good is the Braves pitching staff?

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    Before you go, check out the Lineup Card on the BravesWire homepage with headlines from over a dozen Braves news/opinion sources.

    Follow Kent on Twitter: @FriedBasballATL and BravesWire: @TheBravesWire

    SOUTHERN FRIED BASEBALL RADIO – August 20, 2011

    Braves are winning, but must be concerned about their two young aces

    In this week’s edition of Southern Fried Baseball radio, Kent Covington breaks down the Braves’ postseason outlook, Chipper playing one more year, Kimbrel’s Rookie of the Year chances and the fate of starters Jair Jurrjens, Tommy Hanson and Derek Lowe.

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    Follow Kent on Twitter: @FriedBasballATL and BravesWire: @TheBravesWire

    SOUTHERN FRIED BASEBALL RADIO: 8-8-11… Can the Braves Match the Phillies?

     

    Braves stil boast the NL's second-best record

    The Braves are winning. BUT… they still aren’t firing on all cylinders.  The NL East pennant race is likely a lost cause. However, the NL Wild Card leading Braves could still be on a collision course with the Phillies come October.  So how ’bout it…  Can the Braves match the Phillies? Kent Covington breaks it all down in this week’s edition of Southern Fried Baseball radio.

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    Southern Fried Baseball Radio — July 28, 2011

    As Major League Baseball’s non-waiver trade deadline nears, Kent Covington opines about who the Braves might target and the importance of not overpaying.

    NOTE: Chicago’s Carlos Quentin was not mentioned in the podcast, but he is another strong trade possibility for the Braves.