Major League Baseball’s months-long investigation of the Braves isn’t done yet.
Gordon Blakeley, the former Braves special assistant and international scouting supervisor at the center of some of the alleged rules infractions being investigated, will meet with MLB officials next week in New York City, a person familiar with the situation said.
Blakeley was forced to resign Oct. 2 along with general manager John Coppolella, the resignations coming the day after the season ended and soon after the Braves said they began to understand the seriousness of the investigation.
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