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Braves News: MLB’s 2024 rule changes, Alex Anthopoulos discusses offseason, and more

Atlanta Braves news and notes from Thursday

MLB: Pittsburgh Pirates at Milwaukee Brewers Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Major League Baseball announced several rule changes that will come into effect in the 2024 season. Among them are pitch clock reductions, basepath reconstruction, mound visit reductions, and more.

One umpire, four players, and six owners make up the Competition Committee to vote on such matters. John Stanton, chairman of the committee, said that “these modifications will improve on last year’s work by the Competition Committee.”

Here you can find an explanation of each of the rule changes.

More Braves News:

Earlier this week, Alex Anthopoulos discussed the offseason, the starting rotation, and more with The Athletic.

Let’s take a deeper dive into the Ray Kerr trade and see why it was actually a good move.

Our 2023 season in review series continues with Marcell Ozuna and minor leaguer Jesse Franklin.

MLB News:

The Los Angeles Dodgers signed right-hander Yoshinobu Yamamoto to a 12-year, $325M deal. There is also a $50M signing bonus and the deal does not include any deferred money.

Former slugger Jesus Aguilar is joining NPB’s Seibu Lions for the 2024 season. It will be his first time overseas in his career.

After signing Andrew McCutchen, the Pittsburgh Pirates have designated right-hander Andre Jackson for assignment in order to create a roster spot.

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