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Braves News: Arbitration deadline, national TV games, more

Atlanta Braves news and notes from Wednesday

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The Braves may not have many players in arbitration, as they traded or non-tendered most, but we got some news on that Wednesday. The league and union agreed to move the arbitration exchange deadline up 24 hours, from Friday evening to Thursday evening. Additionally, some national TV games were announced, with the Braves featuring in a handful. Atlanta will be on one of the first eight Sunday Night Baseball (ESPN) broadcasts (the only ones announced as of yet) and eight national FOX or FS1 broadcasts throughout the season.

Braves News

Take a look at Max Fried’s arbitration case, as he enters his final year.

The Braves’ will be on at least 9 national TV games this season.

MLB News

The Cubs agreed to a 4 year, $53 million deal with Shota Imanaga, with a team option to be decided after two years of the deal.

The White Sox are sticking firm to their asking price for Dylan Cease.

The Rangers signed former Braves reliever Shane Green.

The Mariners claimed reliever Mauricio Llovera from the Red Sox.

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