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Braves News: Mississippi Braves to relocate, A.J. Minter arbitration, and more

Atlanta Braves news and notes from Tuesday

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The Mississippi Braves, the Atlanta BravesDouble-A affiliate, are set to relocate to Columbus, Georgia following the 2024 season. The M-Braves currently play in Pearl, Mississippi and are nearly six hours from the major league club. The move to Columbus will put the team just two hours away from the club.

The 2024 season will mark the 20th year of the Mississippi Braves and will be the end of an era at Trustmark Park. The M-Braves have had some pretty notable guys suit up, including Chipper Jones, Freddie Freeman, Max Fried, Ronald Acuña. Jr., and more.

More Braves News:

Reliever A.J. Minter and the Braves will exchange arbitration figures on Friday, as the two parties have not agreed to a deal for 2024 yet.

The Daily Hammer Podcast discusses the Luis Guillorme and Huascar Ynoa signings, arbitration figures, and more.

MLB News:

The Chicago Cubs and left-hander Shota Imanaga reportedly agreed to a deal, pending a physical. Salary figures have not been released.

The Wander Franco saga continues, as the Tampa Bay Rays shortstop is expected to face lesser charges in the Dominican Republic.

The Miami Marlins hired Rachel Balkovec to be their director of player development. The 36-year-old became the first woman to manage a minor league team.

Former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Julio Urías will not face felony charges after a domestic violence investigation.

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