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Good stuff from Soroka, whose setback wasn’t structural at all.Beat Writer / Columnist
Ok. But satiating the fanbase’s hunger on this is nowhere near important as cleaning up the clubhouse. At the end of the day, I want the team to win. And cleaning up stuff like this is key. Particularly when the team is not winning.@atlbaseballtalk Screw that "behind closed doors" nonsense. You go after your guys - anyone, but much less a star - publicly, you clean it up publicly. Period.Blogger / Podcaster
No doubt on the Acuna piece. Hopefully Snit is cleaning it up behind closed doors.acuna’s relationship with the braves organization as a whole is far more important than literally anything else. you have to fire the guy, and soon. https://t.co/SYbbtkyQLABlogger / Podcaster
Regarding Ronald‘s post, absolutely. It could be interpreted a number of ways.Maybe I’m wrong but I didn’t take the Acuña post as anything more than he was just pissed off for making a mistake. Now his dad’s post were much less ambiguous and obviously taking shots at Snitker. https://t.co/Psg0RpvD6KBlogger / Podcaster
Calling out your guys in front of the media is an approach to take. A misguided one in my opinion, but…ok. However, playing in to stereotypes when assessing the actions of two different players on essentially the same play makes you look like an out of touch racist.@atlbaseballtalk When you lose in the form the Braves have been losing clubhouse issues are bound to happen. Acuna is rightBlogger / Podcaster
New Pitcher Video Breakdown! Charlie Morton just had a fantastic start. The fastball-curveball foundation was there for him, but let's watch how his cutter tied everything together. Subscribe to Pitcher List on YouTube for more of these! https://t.co/NNxNs6P94ZBlogger / Podcaster
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