Meet the gay apologist for the Atlanta Braves move

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The Braves shocked Atlanta on Monday with a surprise divorce, giving up its Turner Field home so it can shack up in Cobb. But at least this attractive gay guy in a suit and tie was dispatched to try and soothe upset Braves fans. Or the gay ones anyway.

Enter Brooks Mathis, vice president of economic development for the Cobb Chamber, who bragged to WSB on Monday why the intersection of I-75 and I-285 is the perfect spot for the Braves.

"It's a great location for their fan base," Mathis says in the video above. Except for the gay ones who live in Midtown. Like him.



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