Updates on the Atlanta Braves reveals Lawsuit Involving Jorge Soler, Rivals Closing in on World Series Championship, and More…

The latest news and highlights from the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday:

Former Atlanta Braves outfielder Jorge Soler is currently facing a lawsuit stemming from an incident during Game 3 of the 2021 World Series. A couple has alleged that Soler threw a baseball “with significant force, velocity, and intensity,” which resulted in a woman being struck. Surprisingly, this lawsuit is being filed two years after the incident, with both the Braves and Soler being named as defendants.

Additional Braves News:

Ronald Acuña Jr.’s throw from right field, clocked at 104.1 MPH, leads the list of the strongest outfield throws made by the Braves in 2023.

Kenta Maeda is being considered as a potential solution to address the Braves’ ongoing challenges in their starting rotation.

In MLB News:

The Texas Rangers have extended their series lead to 3-1 following an 11-7 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Rangers now find themselves just one win away from clinching the World Series title.

The San Diego Padres are actively searching for a new manager, with Phil Nevin and Benji Gil being among the candidates under consideration.

Unfortunately, Texas Rangers stars Adolis Garcia and Max Scherzer will be sidelined for the remainder of the Fall Classic. Garcia is dealing with a moderate oblique strain, while Scherzer has been sidelined due to back spasms.”

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