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Braves News: Jorge Soler lawsuit, Rangers near World Series title, more

Atlanta Braves news and notes from Tuesday

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Former Atlanta Braves outfielder Jorge Soler is facing a lawsuit after an event during Game 3 of the 2021 World Series. A couple stated that a woman was struck by a baseball that Soler threw “with great force, speed and intensity.”

The World Series MVP is being sued two years after the incident. Both the Braves and Soler are listed as defendants.

More Braves News:

Ronald Acuña Jr.’s 104.1 MPH throw from right field tops the Braves’ strongest outfield throws of 2023.

Kenta Maeda might be the solution to the Braves’ starting rotation struggles.

MLB News:

The Texas Rangers increased their series lead to 3-1 after defeating the Arizona Diamondbacks 11-7. The Rangers are just one win away from a World Series title.

The San Diego Padres continue their managerial search and have considered Phil Nevin and Benji Gil.

Texas Rangers stars Adolis Garcia and Max Scherzer will miss the remainder of the Fall Classic. Garcia suffered a moderate oblique strain, while Scherzer was taken down by back spasms.

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