Breaking: Ozzie Albies reveals the secret to sticking around of…

Spring training is underway, and Ozzie Albies is getting ready for another run with the Atlanta Braves. A three-time All-Star, Albies will be crucial to the Braves this year, who are looking to reach the World Series once again after back-to-back Divisional Series losses in the past two seasons


Albies understands, of course, that he needs to remain healthy in order to have an impact on the field. Appearing on the Foul Territory podcast, the second baseman spoke about the preparations he undergoes in order to prepare for the 162-game season.

“You work hard for 162 plus (games) because of the postseason and spring training games you’ve got to play,” Albies said, per Foul Territory’s official X (Twitter) account. “Mainly maintaining myself healthy, that’s the main thing. Working out in the gym, doing all the mobilities I’ve got to do to keep myself on the field. And then from there, just work. The 27-year-old also emphasized quality over quantity when it comes to the work he puts in. “You know, it’s not about quantity, It’s quality work to keep me in the good route to play the whole season,” Albies added.

Albies has performed well with this routine, according to his 2023 performance. The two-time Silver Slugger finished with 4.7 WAR, 33 home runs, 109 runs batted in, and a slash line of.280/.336/.513 in addition to his.849 OPS. Albies additionally placed sixteenth in the race for NL MVP.

Regarding the Braves, they should have a successful 2024 season after securing their highly valued players for the coming year. Expectations are high, particularly since Ronald Acuña Jr. is leading the way once more. For Ozzie Albies, therefore, having his team intact means having another opportunity to win a second World Series.

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