Breaking News :Ronald Acuna part ways with best friend due to….

The underlying story of the widely shared video featuring Ozzie Albies hugging Ronald Acuña and making homophobic jokes

Ronald Acuna expects to have 'great rivalry' with younger brother

Following the friendly embrace between Ozzie Albies and Ronald Acuña Jr. during Sunday’s MLB game between the Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers, numerous homophobic remarks were made.
Albies was observed cradling and rubbing Acuña Jr. in the dugout. The commentators mocked the man during the game broadcast, and he was also made fun of on social media.

It goes without saying that Ronald Acuna misses Ozzie Albies after he was sidelined.

Recently, Ronald Acuna has become very popular, but he hasn’t done so with Ozzie Albies, his exciting and best friend.
Albies suffered a bone bruise in his right wrist last week, which led the Braves to place him on the 10-day injured list. Though he had been making an effort to play through it, his discomfort and lackluster play ultimately resulted in his removal from the game. Albies has been taking it easy before getting back into the baseball game.

On Monday, Braves manager Brian Snitker stated, “I’m sure he’s (progressing).” “Aside from receiving treatment, he is not doing anything. We’re not really sure because, as far as I know, he hasn’t swung a bat or done anything similar. Next week, we’ll check in to see where he stands.
By contrast, Acuna has recovered from a bad start and appears to be the player that many, including teammate Freddie Freeman, had projected to win the 2020 National League MVP award.
The real coming-out party took place on Sunday, when Acuna helped the Braves defeat the Phillies in a doubleheader by recording five hits in two seven-inning contests.

Speaking through team interpreter Franco Garcia, Acuna stated, “Nothing feels different.” Best of all, I was able to contribute to the team’s victory. Nothing has changed. It’s not how I feel at all. I approach going out with the same mindset, trying to enjoy myself and have fun. That’s when my success occurs.
Over the course of 14 innings, the 22-year-old went 5-for-8 with three home runs, five RBIs, and three runs scored. His average increased to.266 from.214 at the start of the day. His OPS increased to.913 from.710. Acuna finished the day with one home run and four RBIs, which was more than he had totaled over the previous 15 games.



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