FAVORITE BRAVES PLAYERS OF THE 1970'S
#76 TOMMY BOGGS
ATLANTA BRAVES 1978-1983
For a pitcher who was said to have so much promise, Boggs was a disappointing 19-34 for his Braves career (Not to mention his 1-10 lifetime record for the Rangers) He did throw a four-hit shutout at Philadelphia on July 25, 1978 to account for half of his two Braves wins for the decade. To be fair, he did have a pretty good 1980 season, going 12-9, but overall he was another case of unrealized potential that the Braves pitching staff seemed to have plenty of during the decade.