Legend Dale Murphy Suggests New Name For Braves That Celebrates Hank Aaron
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Former Atlanta Braves legend Hank Aaron passed away on Friday, which has brought back a renewed push for the team to adopt the name “Atlanta Hammers” in tribute his nickname “Hammerin’ Hank.” Even Braves great Dale Murphy is down with it...


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He used to be my favorite athlete. Fricking Mormons.
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Dale's magic underwear is cutting off circulation to his brain.
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Dale's had a stroke and is brain dead.
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Why not the Atlanta “Voter Fraud”?
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“Atlanta Mormons” in honor of the woke Dale Murphy.
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UHHH...NO! why not the S-Murphs in honor of Murphy!! Please enough of this P.C. idiocy!
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Somewhere in a doctors office, Tommy Banks is smilin'!
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"The Hammerin' Braves"...Thoughts? And when they get to the dreaded postseason they can be called "The Atlanta Chokers".
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Atlanta Braves. Most Braves fans are not left wing pussies.
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Atlanta Tools.
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Different circumstances 'maybe', but due to this B.S. 'CANCEL CULTURE'...F'n NO WAY!!!
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Sorry guys. Someone hacked my Twitter account. BRAVES 4eva!!
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Braves is an awesome name. Hammers does suck.
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Braves is great. Hammers sucks
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There went my respect for Dale Murphy.
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Why not just go with The Atlanta Baseball Team?
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How many players are actually from Atlanta? To be on the safe side, maybe they should be the baseball team which plays their home games in Atlanta.
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I’m sure Dale Murphy got beaned in the noggin in his career. That is the only explanation for thinking this would be a good team name.
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Dale has lost his mind.
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Provide list of those complaining about their mascot by name, please
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Dumbest fricking think I have heard since Biden's last EO.
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frick that
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