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Braves apologize for playing 'Rock You Like a Hurricane' during Miami Marlins game

The Atlanta Braves are offering free admission to Hurricane Irma evacuees from Florida, Georgia and South Carolina for the team’s home games against the Miami Marlins this weekend. That’s very cool. But at one point during the opening game of the series Thursday night, someone with the Braves organization...
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