ATLANTA - Prior to Tuesday's home game against the Phillies, the Braves started the season with a 7-23 record and a miserable 1-15 record playing at Turner Field.
FOX 5 Sports Ken Rodriguez talked with manager Fredi Gonzalez about the struggles prior to Tuesday's game. Gonzalez said that he has not erupted in the clubhouse by breaking furniture or screaming, "but there's been some of that in my office," Gonzalez admits.
Gonzalez says his biggest task is to keep his team 'upbeat.'
"Lucky for us, we have high character guys that take care of a lot of that stuff for me. But obviously they've got to hear my voice and they can't see me panic or waiver or any of that stuff," says Gonzalez.