Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images

A number of Atlanta Braves players are so upset about the field conditions at Turner Field, they have considered filing a complaint to the player’s union.

By SI Wire
April 21, 2016

Get breaking news and SI’s biggest stories instantly. Download the new Sports Illustrated app (iOS or Android) and personalize your experience by following your favorite teams and SI writers.

A number of Atlanta Braves players are so upset about the field conditions at Turner Field, they have considered filing a complaint to the player’s union, reports Doug Padilla of ESPN. 

According to the report, the players are concerned about where the infield meets the outfield turf, which is uneven and and causing the ball to bounce in an unpredictable fashion.

Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, whose team finished a series with the Braves on Thursday, commented on the condition of the infield at Turner.

"This is a tough infield," Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said to ESPN. "You look at Dodger Stadium versus this field, and this field, the guys talk about it around the league that it is not the best infield as far as playing."

Astros stumbling to start season, but Houston's not in trouble yet

The Braves have committed 11 errors so far this season, tied for sixth-worst in the MLB. 

You May Like