Alex Anthopoulos Opens Up About Strider, Harris II and being back at .500

ATLANTA, GA – NOVEMBER 05: Atlanta Braves General Manager Alex Anthopoulos waves to the fans during the World Series Championship Parade and Celebration at The Battery and Truist Park on November 5, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by David J. Griffin/Icon Sportswire) (Icon Sportswire via AP Images)

ATLANTA – Braves GM, Alex Anthopoulos, entered The Locker Room to address multiple topics as the MLB season enters its third month of play. Right out of the gate, Anthopoulos addressed his thoughts on the Braves being back to a .500 record. “Once we got back to .500, I thought are we about to do this all over again? Win, lose, win, lose,” Anthopoulos said. “I was in Colorado, and after we won our third game in row, Max Fried said to AJ Minter, ‘AJ…we finally broke the streak. We won three in a row’, so the players are aware of it too.” When asked about new fan favorite, Michael Harris II, Anthopoulos admitted it was tough to make the call to bring him up. “Look, in an ideal world you let these guys stay down there as long as you can,” Anthopoulos said.

Listen to the entire interview, below.

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