About Chris Jervis

Chris Jervis is an accountant in the Atlanta area. He’s long had an interest in baseball, and, being a numbers nerd, loves analyzing player performances. He also likes to argue and is kind of an ass.

The ‘Anyone But Uggla’ Myth…

May 12, 2014 Chris Jervis 2

After Dan Uggla's recent continued struggles at the plate, many fans have taken to the FaceTweeterBlog-osphere calling for him to replaced in the lineup--by anyone. In and of itself, this probably does not seem like a bad idea. Since his arrival in Atlanta in 2011, Uggla has a batting average of .211. Combine that with…

Falcons take OT Mathews….now what?

May 9, 2014 Chris Jervis 0

Last night, in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Atlanta Falcons made many people happy when they selected OT Jake Mathews from Texas A&M with the 6th overall pick. Rumors had swirled of a potential deal to move up and take DE Jadeveon Clowney, but the Falcons wisely did not bite. The…

Time to go mockin’…..

May 8, 2014 Chris Jervis 0

I was originally going to do a collaborative 2014 NFL Mock Daft with Brent Blackwell, but AT&T Uverse and their severed fiber optic data lines had other plans. Bastages. As Brent said, mock drafts are a pretty useless exercise. There are hundreds of variables that go into a team's decisions (well, maybe except the Raiders')…

Braves Season Opening Over/Under Predictions…

March 29, 2014 Chris Jervis 1

With the 2014 Atlanta Braves season set to kick off tomorrow, I thought I would have some fun with some pre-season predictions on certain performance thresholds. Julio Teheran Wins: 14.5 As the de facto #1 starter and ace of the staff now, Teheran will have every opportunity to showcase the talent that brought him to…

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