You mistake ciriticism with "salt". Or you think they are one and the same, which you should seriously reconsider. Maybe stop using the term "salt" entirely. It's just strange using it in one paragraph in which you demand a professional demeanor.
When there is a problem in the game, this site and its staff is free to address it as anybody else. And when controversial stuff is happening, I actually expect community sites to call it out.
I'm fine with criticism, and maybe Blizzard deserves it here. But having an admin post a comment like "But don't worry, they're giving us discounts on a pack bundle so we don't need that dust, just toss 'em some dollars!", and a title "More Bologna", that's not criticism, that's salt. That's embarrassing, and not in the best interests of this website. Bring up the issue and promote a intellectual conversation about it. Don't throw gas on a fire that'll only cause people to get unhappy and quit the game, and thus, the website.
The post should have covered the matter more professionally. It never discussed the fundamental difference between Yogg and Tess (that you entirely control what cards Tess will play, and isn't all RNG). It never discussed how often in a typical game would Tess silence or kill herself. I don't own Tess, so I don't know, but it has to be a small subset. And it was posted a DAY after the announcement, not giving Blizzard any time to put out any statement on the matter. It wasn't yet time to be out in pitchforks.
It was a salt thread, and it's fine to throw criticism at Blizzard, but we can get "criticism" like that from 100 forum posts. Posts like that from the admins only promote the community to act like that, and the less of that type of posts, the better.