Interview with Score Atlanta

This week I am the subject of a story Score Atlanta newspaper. Here is a link to the page, and you have to scroll down. If you live in the Atlanta area, you can find Score at many locations around town. Thanks to Stephen Black for conducting the interview.

Here is a brief excerpt.

Kennesaw State University professor John-Charles Bradbury enjoys two passions in life: baseball and economics. Dr. Bradbury studied the latter in college and pursued the subject with enough persistence to earn a doctorate in the field. The other subject, baseball, was simply something he followed when not working or studying. The good professor eventually realized that he tended to think of one while observing another.

3 Responses “Interview with Score Atlanta”

  1. Simon says:

    I 2006 and 2007 getting steadily more frustrated with the guy, so I can’t believe I’m about to write this but…….

    With the dodger’s trading for Manny, if they could pass him through waivers should the braves be interested in Andruw Jones?

    For that price and their outfield problems isn’t he worth a try?

  2. Bobby Cox says:

    Well, if Coletti is willing to pick up Andruw’s entire salary through 2009, then sure we’d take him in a trade.  After all, Andruw’s numbers can’t be any worse than Frenchy’s, right?

    Oh hold on, wait a minute…

  3. John Schuerholz says:

    Imagine how bad our outfield would have been had we actually resigned Andruw last offseason:

    LF – Diaz
    CF – Andruw
    RF – Frenchy

    Blanco might have still been toiling in AAA. Of course Bobby would write Andruw’s name ino the lineup every day. Cause he’s a veteran, leadership skills, intangibles, blah blah blah.

    Or, as Bobby once famously put it: “Just trying to catch lightening in a bottle” (Bobby’s justification for starting Brian Jordan in game 1 of the 2005 NLDS)