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Braves’ Acuña describes feelings for Freeman as ‘nothing’

AP Sports Writer

ATLANTA (AP) — Ronald Acuña Jr. is not among the Atlanta Braves players who will be missing Freddie Freeman as the team opens its season. Acuña criticized Freeman, the former longtime Braves first baseman who signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers in the offseason, in an Instagram Live interview. Asked if he would miss Freeman, Acuña replied “Me? Nothing.” The star outfielder says he and Freeman “just shared the same stadium” and “had several clashes.” Freeman says he did scold Acuña about the way he wore eye black and other elements of his look when Acuña was a rookie in 2018.

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