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The Atlanta Braves got Scott Kazmir in the offseason in a five-player bargain that sent Matt Kemp and the $43 million staying on his agreement to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

He was required to be the group's fifth starter this year. That evidently won't be the situation as the Braves have discharged the 34-year-old three-time All-Star, as indicated by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and MLB.

Kazmir, who missed all of 2017 with different wounds, left a Saturday spring preparing diversion with arm weakness concurring Braves supervisor Brian Snitker.

In spite of the obvious physical issues, Kazmir, ignorant of his inescapable discharge, told columnists after the diversion that he anticipated that would be prepared for an April 10 begin, which would be the primary day Atlanta would require a fifth starter, the Journal-Constitution reports.

It wasn't until later Saturday that reports of his discharge surfaced.

Kazmir's fastball speed has plunged beneath 88 mph this spring and was more terrible on Saturday before he was pulled, as indicated by the Journal-Constitution.

Kazmir told journalists he arranged inadequately and tossed a 90-100 pitch warm up area session on Wednesday, not understanding that he would contribute a spring preparing amusement on Saturday.

The Braves have apparently discharged Scott Kazmir in the wake of spring preparing battles, yet at the same time owe him $16 million.

Kazmir's fastball speed has plunged beneath 88 mph this spring and was more regrettable on Saturday before he was pulled, as indicated by the Journal-Constitution.

Kazmir told journalists he arranged inadequately and tossed a 90-100 pitch warm up area session on Wednesday, not understanding that he would contribute a spring preparing diversion on Saturday.

"I sort of blew it out my last warm up area session Wednesday," Kazmir said. "Truly didn't know when I would pitch again until yesterday. That was my blame. Should've expected, simply didn't know without a doubt. Simply quite worn out there."

Rather than putting Kazmir on the handicapped rundown or sending him to the minors, which would have required his assent, the Braves clearly chose they had seen enough of him to release him and eat the $16 million they owe him.

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