3 Things Braves Fans Will Love From the Steve Cohen Press Conference, and 2 Things They Won't

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2. Steve Cohen doesn't sugar coat it

For the Braves fans who get pleasure from opposing teams' suffering, this was the press conference for you. Cohen didn't skirt around the team's struggles, and said, "It's terrible!" when discussing the team's play.

While the owner said he hopes things improved, he didn't try to make promises for a turnaround. If the Mets are in a similar position towards the end of next month, Cohen stated that the team would not be buying.

In addition to the Mets' play on the field, Cohen noted the difficulty he and the team have had with trying to fill the President of Baseball Operations, a position that has been open since Sandy Alderson stepped down last September.

The Braves' current President of Baseball Operations is Alex Anthopoulos. Braves fans should be grateful for the stability.

3. The Mets could sell

If the Mets continue their downward trajectory, the Mets could become one of the biggest sellers this July.

Max Scherzer was reported to be open to waiving his no-trade clause yesterday, and while the team would likely have to pay down the ace's salary, the righty could be one of the biggest targets for contending teams.

The team has already traded Eduardo Escobar, paying down part of the infielder's salary, and Cohen said he would be willing to add money if the team was selling.