By Don Walker
Normally, on the outfield wall near the visitors' bullpen, is a large sign for Potawatomi Bingo and Casino.
This past weekend, however, the large sign was covered in plastic wrap.
How come? Neither a casino or Brewers' spokesman would comment, other than to say that the two business partners have a confidentiality clause in their agreement that forbids release of any details of the contract.
But there is a sense that the Potawatomis find a team named the Braves offensive. Moreover, the tribe might not be thrilled with the Braves logo, which includes a hatchet.
For more on the subject, see Former Noc-A-Homa = Oxy(moron) and Team Names and Mascots.