Ronald Acuña has a booking for Braves after the first second leg

Atlanta Braves star Ronald Acuña had a warning for Braves manager Brian Snitker after his first game back – don’t try to give him days off.

Acuña’s thought is good, and he wants to contribute as much as he can to the Braves while he can. Atlanta is just months away from winning the World Series — a postseason run that Acuña had little to do with, missing the final months of the season and the playoffs.

Now that Freddie Freeman is gone and the team has gotten off to a bad start this season, Acuña feels it’s time to shine.

Acuña returned with a bang, recording one base hit and two stolen bases to help the Braves win their first series of the year.

“I was just extremely excited,” he said through an interpreter. “I think the adrenaline level was at its maximum. Those first at-bats, I couldn’t stop myself. Hopefully it’s just the tip of the iceberg.”

Braves: Ronald Acuña doesn’t want days off

Acuña will at least get days off in the outfield. The good news, however, is that Atlanta can hire him as a DH if they want.

Still, Snitker claims Acuña won’t play on travel days or in day games after night games.

“I don’t know who said not to play,” Acuña said. “The way I see it, I’ll play tomorrow.”

Let’s see what Snit has to say about this. Ronald Acuña has a booking for Braves after the first second leg

John Verrall

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