No Bravery This October

By Stuart Shea

Leaving Atlanta for the suburbs,
Swimming upriver like the other turds,
A bad team with no personality
And a logo strictly for the birds.

A dumb manager and no GM,
Folding down the stretch again,
Stuck with Chip Caray on the mike
And a press corps of yes-men,

Once this was America’s team,
Murphy, Maddux, Glavine, even Bream,
They’ll be sitting at home this October,
And don’t it make you wanna let out a
Big
Happy
Scream?


Published in Atlanta Braves, Fans, Former Teams, History, Management, Players, Pure doggerel, Stu Shea | Link to this poem | 2 Comments

No Bravery This October: 2 Comments

  1. Stephen Jones wrote,

    😉

    Nice, Stuart.

    If Atlanta was once America’s team,
    One wonders what Atlanta fans now dream?

  2. stu wrote,

    Well done, Stephen!

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