Atlanta general manager, permanently expelled for ‘international contract expedient’, discipline lifted… “Reflection Enough”

ESPN reported on the 10th (Korean time) that the disciplinary action of former Atlanta Braves general manager John Copporrella, who had been permanently expelled for committing an expedient in the course of an international amateur contract, was lifted.

It was revealed that Coporella violated the down payment limit rules and signed double contracts in the process of contracting with international amateur players from 2015 to 2017 while he was in Atlanta. Because of this, he was permanently expelled from the Major League (MLB) Secretariat.

Bae Ji-hwan (Pittsburgh Pirates) was among the players Atlanta signed at the time of the problem, and Bae Ji-hwan, whose contract was eventually invalidated, signed a contract with Pittsburgh and is still active.

Coporella, who had been kicked out of the industry, got a chance to come back to the baseball world as his disciplinary action was recently lifted.

ESPN quoted a source as saying: “After Coporella applied for reinstatement, MLB officials determined that he had made a real effort to improve himself.” 토토사이트

A spokesperson for the MLB Secretariat also told The Athletic that it “considered Coporella’s more than five years on the ineligible list, the remorse he has expressed, and other actions he has taken on the matter.”

Meanwhile, Coporella accomplished a lot during his tenure as Atlanta’s general manager.

Infielder Dansby Swanson and pitcher Max Fried were brought in by trade, and Ronald Acuña Jr. was signed to strengthen his power. Using this as a stepping stone, Atlanta achieved the World Series championship in the last 2021 season.

Meanwhile, it is known that Corporella is currently working for a residential rental company in South Carolina, USA. Atlanta’s Alex Ansopoulos has taken over as general manager after Coporella’s resignation.

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