“I think it’s a conversation to be had,” Freeman said several hours before the Braves’ season opener in Philadelphia, “but I think sometimes when you’re in this situation you can put a different kind of platform – keeping it in Atlanta and doing some way around that. There’s so many different angles we could take this.
“If we do keep it in Atlanta, you can do something around that in that situation. Or if we do move it, that’s up to Tony Clark and the (union’s) executive subcommittee and stuff like that. But we’ll see what happens in the next couple of months.”