It is easy to spot changes in the jersey, and the outline of the All-Star patch is hurriedly covered. There is also a patch on the left sleeve of the Braves, marking the 150th anniversary of the team.
The summer event was originally scheduled to be held at Truist Park in Atlanta on July 13.
The brave manager Brian Snitker said before losing 4-0 to Philadelphia: “I’m disappointed that it won’t be there.” “But I focus on playing baseball and the game this season. Except. Apart from being disappointed, this is what I want to say.”
Atalanta pitcher Charlie Morton said during his 1
“For the Braves organization and the locals, I am disappointed because they would have benefited from seeing the business surge and excitement in the area. This is a bad situation. Some guys who might join the team are very happy to be here. I represent the team on my home court. People could have seen what they were doing on the court,” he said.
“Other than that, I don’t know what to say. It just stinks,” he said.
The game’s new website has not yet been announced.
Major League Baseball said that the celebration of the All-Star Game will still pay tribute to the brave hall of the late Civil Rights Heroes Hall of Fame Hank Aaron. Houston manager Dusty Baker, who worked with Aaron in Atlanta, and others suggested that the tournament be held in Milwaukee-Aaron started his career with the Milwaukee Warriors and ended with the Milwaukee Brewers Up his career.
Brewer manager Craig Counsell (Craig Counsell) said: “I think Major League Baseball has made a good decision,” he added, adding that he would like to see this game take place in Milwaukee.
“Absolutely. I think this will definitely bring excitement to the city.” He said. “It’s not a good thing for the city of Atlanta and some people who have lost some economic opportunities, but if it will be elsewhere, it will be an exciting thing for the city to have it here.”
Commissioner Rob Manfred (Rob Manfred), after discussing with individual major leagues and player leagues (player leagues), decided to remove the All-Star Game and tournaments and amateur picks from Atlanta.
“It all came together very quickly,” said Chicago Cubs outfielder Jason Heyward. “I think we have one day left in spring training. For the Players League, we gathered as many people as possible. Of the 100 or so people, there are probably less than 50. We talked.
“We know how we feel about it. I think we want to make sure that no matter what happens, we make a decision and we are there to do what we can do in Atlanta,” he said.
Heyward grew up in the Atlanta area and was the Braves’ first-round draft pick in 2007. He said: “It’s great to see someone act quickly and do it with a positive attitude, knowing that this is still difficult. Decision.”
“I don’t think you will be able to please everyone. I know that there are many people in Atlanta who love baseball and look forward to watching the All-Star Game there. A lot of baseballs. “But at the same time, I think when you talk about a message, people are still fighting for equality here. “