After one of the worst half-seasons in the Atlanta Braves' 140-year history, plus a worst-ever start to a season, the Braves axed manager Fredi Gonzalez, who was in his sixth season with the Braves. Atlanta currently holds a 9-28 record, the worst in the league. Should Braves fans rejoice and say #ByeFredi with glee? Or #SorryFredi, you were the fall guy for a crappy roster? Deadspin argues González has won when he’s had talent to manage, and that with a roster this bad, González shouldn't have been held accountable for the Braves' dismal performance. Others argue González has been a poor manager for years, and that the only problem with this firing is that it didn't happen sooner.Many Braves fans thought the Braves' terrible performance was just not his fault. With a record this terrible, somebody was bound to get fired.Many Braves fans thought the Braves' terrible performance was just not his fault. With a record this terrible, somebody was bound to get fired.