The Atlanta Braves entered Tuesday in third place in the National League East with a 57-72 record -- a disappointing mark, given this is Atlanta's first season in SunTrust Park and that this would represent a fourth consecutive losing season. Predictably, it appears the Braves are making some changes. According to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal, the Braves have shuffled their front office. Rosenthal lists six individuals who are having their titles and/or responsibilities changed, including franchise legend Roy Clark. But those title and role changes aren't the most interesting part of Rosenthal's report. Rather, this is: "It's a power struggle over who is running the club," one team official said. "Is John Schuerholz running the club or are John Hart and John Coppolella running it?"
Braves reportedly rearrange front office amid rumors of a power struggle
CBS Sports | Aug 30