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Braves apologize for poor 'hurricane' music choice against Marlins

10 Setiembre 2017
Braves apologize for poor 'hurricane' music choice against Marlins

The news of this incident quickly made the rounds on social media as countless users took to various platforms to voice their disgust, stating the song selection was in poor taste.

The Atlanta Braves organization obviously released an apology. Other cars and trucks with Florida plates, a few carrying fishing boats, trekked on to Tennessee.

The offer also is open to residents of Georgia and South Carolina counties under mandatory evacuation orders. With two outs in the fifth, Matt Kemp gave Atlanta the 4-3 lead with his homer to the first row of the left-field seats. The Marlins began the night seven games behind Colorado for the second NL wild card.

Monica Scandlen hopped a flight Tuesday from Orlando, near where she lives, into Nashville with her 9-year-old daughter.

"It feels better to be on this side", Taylor said.

Wednesday's game is the Marlins' last in Miami before Hurricane Irma is expected to hit.

Miami is on the road Friday to play the Atlanta Braves for the second of a four-game set. Some hotels were offering cheaper rates for guests fleeing the storm. Nicely done, and here's hoping plenty of folks are able to take them up on their offer. More than 500 people have joined.

DeKalb County Schools is monitoring situation but says there are no plans to cancel classes on Monday. Tornadoes spinning off from the storm's outer bands could pose another threat in metro Atlanta, forecasters said.

"We all feel the same way, you all feel the same way too".

Miami's two-run second featured a double by Justin Bour in his first at-after missing six weeks with an oblique strain and Urena's drove in his first career run with his fourth hit of the season.

"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" will be playing at the Candler Park Flick-Nic event Saturday.

Georgia Power crews are already on standby, with crews in neighboring states ready to go as well.