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Former Braves GM John Coppolella apologizes for violations that resulted in lifetime ban

MLB found the Braves circumvented international signing rules from 2015-17, which led to the team forfeiting the rights to 13 prospects and facing major restrictions on signing players outside the United States until 2021.
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