Home Sports Redskin Schultz: Braves have adapted to this bubble sports world just fine SportsRedskin Schultz: Braves have adapted to this bubble sports world just fine October 2, 2020 4 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp If the Braves have accomplished anything in 2020, it’s this: They’ve embraced the weird. “I want to get locked into another bubble,” Braves manager Brian Snitker said Thursday. Imagine living in a world where that’s suddenly on everybody’s bucket list in sports. The Braves spent the past few days sequestering themselves for their NL wild-card playoff series against Cincinnati. They stayed in the Omni Hotel in The Battery, steps away from their stadium. They ate meals in protected quarters, watched real life roll by outside their hotel windows and walked to games in a relative ghost town. Fake crowd noise was pumped through speakers and an obnoxious mascot named Blooper danced on top of their dugout in a seeming effort to get a rise out of his relative intellectual equivalents — cardboard cutouts. But if this Twilight Zone backdrop is what it took for a franchise to advance in the postseason for the first time… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR [NBC Sports] – Ron Rivera says Ryan Kerrigan showing leadership, making most of role with Washington – ProFootballTalk ‘I just want to play football’: Will Huffer on his Leeds release and injury hell Quinn Ewers decommits from Texas: What this means for Tom Herman Report: Dwayne Haskins trade is ‘inevitable’ How should MLB have handled the Justin Turner ‘fiasco’? An epidemiologist weighs in Dwayne Haskins would welcome a trade from Washington [The Washington Times] – Dwayne Haskins has yet to pan out. Here's who Washington passed on. What B.J. Finney and Quinton Spain could bring to the Bengals and why it matters Sean Murray: ‘I’m still ambitious but I’d rather just be happy’ Raiders’ QB Derek Carr says throwing deep is ‘becoming who we are’ Tottenham fans: Discuss the Royal Antwerp game with Charlie Eccleshare Celtic fans: Discuss the Lille game with our reporter Kieran Devlin LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.