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Orlando Arcia could prove to be another diamond in the rough acquisition for Alex Anthopoulos

Orlando Arcia was at it again last night, coming up with a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth against the Giants. It was his second walk-off hit of the season — the first coming via home run in extra innings against the Red Sox — and just the third of the year for the Braves. Since Ozzie Albies went down with a fractured foot last week, it’s been Arcia filling in for the All-Star second baseman. So far, though, so good. Since taking over for Albies, Arcia is hitting .413 with a couple of home runs, and many of those base knocks have come in some clutch moments, like last night.
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Alex Anthopoulos says Braves will look to add left-handed bat ahead of the trade deadline

At the moment, it’s difficult to find an area where the Braves must improve, but that’s easy to say when your winners of 14 straight. The best teams don’t settle; Alex Anthopoulos proved that this offseason, and he will look to do it again ahead of the trade deadline. On MLB Network Radio, the Braves general manager said he will look to add a left-handed bat before the trade deadline.
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Alex Anthopoulos talks about the decision to call up Michael Harris

Nobody said being a general manager was easy. In fact, it might be one of the most difficult jobs in all of sports, especially MLB GMs, who are dealing with so many spinning plates at the same time. Over the years, Alex Anthopoulos has been forced to make a plethora of gut-wrenching decisions, many of which involve emotion — both good and bad.
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What does Alex Anthopoulos think about the struggles of Marcell Ozuna?

In a recent interview with Jeff Schultz of The Athletic, Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos answered a plethora of questions surrounding the team. Most of it surrounded the slow start and potential trades, but he was also asked about specific players that have struggled mightily early on, such as Marcell Ozuna, Charlie Morton, and Tyler Matzek.
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Braves: Alex Anthopoulos comments on the potential for early season trades

After what happened last year, it’s much easier for most sane fans to remain calm during this slow start to the Braves 2022 season. Atlanta’s roster is loaded and capable of so much more than they’ve shown over the first 32 games. Nobody knows that more than Braves general manager Alex Anthopoulos, who isn’t worried about his team sluggishly coming out of the gate.
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Mic'd Up: Brian Snitker and Alex Anthopoulos at World Series ring ceremony

Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker and Alex Anthopoulos take you inside the organization's World Series ring ceremony. ______________________________________________________________________ ☑️ : https://www.youtube.com/c/BallySportsSO?sub_confirmation=1 - Follow Bally Sports South - ▶️ : https://twitter.com/bravesonbally ▶️ : http://facebook.com/ballysportsso ▶️ : http://instagram.com/ballysportsso.
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Is Alex Anthopoulos the best GM in sports?

Being the general manager of a sports team is oftentimes a thankless job, but that isn’t the case when it comes to the Atlanta Braves. Despite being handed one of the best farm systems in baseball when he took over, it hasn’t all been easy for Alex Anthopoulos. For years, he’s been severely handcuffed financially by ownership, forcing him to constantly look for value at every turn in free agency. In almost all cases, he’s been a wizard in such scenarios. Whether it’s been one-year, pillow contracts or diamonds in the rough, Anthopoulos has made the most of the dollars allocated to him while also keeping the club financially free in the future. The result has been four straight NL East titles and, of course, one World Series championship that had been eluding the Braves since 1995.
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Dodgers News: Freddie Freeman Apologized To Alex Anthopoulos

A common refrain from Freddie Freeman during his introductory press conference with the Los Angeles Dodgers was how much of a “whirlwind” free agency had been in the week after the MLB lockout ended. Freeman also acknowledged the entire offseason was a rollercoaster as his future with the...
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