For one week only, it was 1995 again in Atlanta. Fox Sports Southeast ran the entirety of the 1995 World Series, night after night, culminating in the Braves' first and only World Series clincher since relocating from Milwaukee on Saturday night. In accordance with that event, the old squad reunited live via Zoom to watch the Tom Glavine masterpiece and reminisce. They all looked the same! Well, except for John Smoltz, who had a full head of what he'd like us to believe was hair.
It's absolutely a thrill to see all these Braves back together in one place, BUT it's semi-depressing to realize they're old enough to use Zoom just like your parents. Some of them don't even have usernames! "E22382"?!? Come on, guys.
If you'd like to watch the whole thing, the stream is archived on YouTube.
It didn't take long for the old clubhouse atmosphere to rear its head, with roasting sessions emanating from all corners of the screen.
“Hey Glav, I’m still shocked Bobby [Cox] didn’t give me the start in this game,” Kent Mercker said, poking fun at his own status in the locker room.
“I know you were fully rested,” Glavine retorted, watching his own domination unfold.
Getting a chance to share the screen with these gilded champs was a one-of-a-kind opportunity. If you can't get into the dugout, you might as well take full advantage.