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Here's what we learned about the Braves' future from GM John Coppolella's Twitter Q&A

Atlanta Braves assistant general manager and director of pro scouting John Coppolella talks on the phone in the dugout during batting practice before a baseball game against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park, Friday, Sept. 4, 2015, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) (Alex Brandon/AP)

On Friday, the Braves' Twitter account gave their fans a chance to ask general manager John Coppolella any question they wanted, using the hashtag #AskCoppy. We learned a lot about the Braves and Coppolella himself, including the frankly heretical fact that he thinks a hot dog is a sandwich.

But we also got an exciting glimpse into the life of a GM, putting together the pieces for the future:

Fans also wanted to know what was in store for Julio Teheran (whose 2.66 ERA is 10-best in the National League), and if he'll be on the market as the Trade Deadline gets closer.

Coppolella was also forthcoming about the players he's looking to add.  

And yes, he's noticed some of your favorite catchers, too:

Yes, he can see that Kyle Schwarber is pretty great, but he knows his own team has some great young talent, too:

But what's the most important thing we learned about the Braves and Coppolella? Just like the rest of us, they appreciate the internet's dog pictures:

And should you need tickets to a Braves game, just ask Coppy. He understands your life: