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Braves don't give out foam tomahawks before Game 5 in AtlantaThe Braves say the change is "out of respect for the concerns" expressed by Cardinals pitcher Ryan Helsley, a member of the Cherokee Nation.
Braves don't give out tomahawks after Helsley's complaintComplaint from Cardinals' Helsley leads Braves to refrain from passing out foam tomahawks to fans before Game 5 of NL Division Series
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