MLB Proposal Places Braves In Central Division

Would separate team from all NL East rivals

The Morning Show w/ John & Hugh
April 29, 2020 - 7:27 am
Braves SS Dansby Swanson

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Yesterday there was another new proposal for a restart of the MLB season and this one may be the most unique one yet.

Under this proposal the Braves would be in the Central Division, not in the East, and their opponents would be the Cubs, White Sox, Brewers, Cardinals, Royals, Reds, Indians, Twins, and Tigers.

John Fricke and Hugh Douglas take a look at this plan and why the Braves are being place in the Central Division

"Why can't you put Pittsburgh with them (the Central) and put us in the East," question John Fricke.

Hugh Douglas doesn't mind the change if that is what it takes to get back to playing sports again.

"This is temporary and you have to go with the flow," says Douglas. "This is not perfect, there are adjustments for everybody. In order for us to get back there has to be some form of sacrifice."

Another likely result of this proposed plan would be the implementation of the DH in the National League.