- Associated Press - Thursday, October 2, 2014

ZEBULON, N.C. (AP) - Atlanta Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez says no decisions have been made about his coaching staff’s future.

Interim general manager John Hart said Thursday he and Gonzalez met Wednesday and “looked at all facets of the club, and we talked a lot about staff.”

Hart says he doesn’t know that any moves are “imminent.” Gonzalez says he believes “in the next couple days, we’ll come up with something.”

The Braves are looking for a hitting coach after Greg Walker resigned earlier this week. They lost 18 of their final 25 games and finished under .500 for just the third time in 24 years.

The Carolina Mudcats, located in Zebulon, will become Atlanta’s advanced Class A affiliate next season and team officials traveled to the town outside Raleigh to discuss the move.



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