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The Braves are serious

Hey, remember the ‘90s? When cardigan sweaters were cool for guys, Sean Combs called himself "Puff Daddy" and the Braves were serious? Well, it looks like they’re serious again about their chances this season. The other NL East rival has been active lately, trading for outfielder Nate McLouth, cutting ties with Tom Glavine and now, apparently, checking in on Brad Penny, as ESPN’s Buster Olney reported today. Olney also reported recently that the Phils had checked in with Boston about Penny, and were told the asking price was Jason Donald. Would you Phils fans make that deal? Would Penny to the Braves bother you?

The Braves are serious

Hey, remember the ‘90s? When cardigan sweaters were cool for guys, Sean Combs called himself "Puff Daddy" and the Braves were serious? Well, it looks like they’re serious again about their chances this season. The other NL East rival has been active lately, trading for outfielder Nate McLouth, cutting ties with Tom Glavine and now, apparently, checking in on Brad Penny, as ESPN’s Buster Olney reported today. Olney also reported recently that the Phils had checked in with Boston about Penny, and were told the asking price was Jason Donald.

Would you Phils fans make that deal? Would Penny to the Braves bother you?
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