Here's the transcript from Kelly Johnson's chat with The Braves Show's premium subscribers Tuesday…
Johnson & Lillibridge to chat Tuesday
Johnson, the favorite to win the Braves' opening at second base, will be in the chatroom around 7:00 pm ET. He's been working out with former Atlanta second baseman and current first base coach Glenn Hubbard on learning the position. Kelly will be in to talk about his chances of being the starter at second and the new leadoff man.
Lillibridge will then join the chat around 8:30 pm ET. Brent was acquired from the Pirates last week in the Adam LaRoche / Mike Gonzalez trade. You can listen to an audio interview with Lillibridge from last week here.
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Bill Shanks is the author of Scout's Honor: The Bravest Way To Build A Winning Team, a look inside the Braves‘ traditional scouting and player development philosophies. He can also be heard regularly on the Braves Radio Network. Email Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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