2018 Braves

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When wisler hits 60 pitches There should be a big claw that comes out of the ground that grabs him and Throws him out of the ballpark
 
Good having Braves pitching & hitting working together for a fine win.



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Camargo, Newcomb lead Braves to 8-1 win: 5/19/18

Published on May 19, 2018

Daily Recap: Sean Newcomb only allowed one run in a solid start, and Johan Camargo drove in two runs to power the Braves' 8-1 win


<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">RECAP: Camargo fuels #Braves' offense in win vs. Miami. https://t.co/Y97Uzfq1vo pic.twitter.com/7QziP8XlPE</p>— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) May 20, 2018</blockquote>
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http://www.espn.com/mlb/boxscore?gameId=380519115

Box Score

5th - Camargo singled to right, Suzuki scored, Inciarte to third.
5th - Swanson sacrificed into fielder's choice to first, Inciarte scored, Camargo to second.
5th - Albies singled to right, Camargo and Swanson scored, Albies thrown out at second attempting to advance on play.
7th - Suzuki homered to left (367 feet).
7th - Camargo doubled to deep left, Inciarte scored.
8th - F. Freeman homered to right (391 feet), Acuña Jr. scored.


 
Looks like Braves management is busting some moves . . .



https://www.mlb.com/braves/news/braves-release-third-baseman-jose-bautista/c-277528920

Braves release Bautista; Camargo to play third

10:11 AM ET

Braves ended the Jose Bautista experiment when the veteran third baseman was released before Sunday afternoon's game against the Marlins
With Bautista gone, executive vice president and general manager Alex Anthopoulos said Johan Camargo will be the everyday third baseman.



https://twitter.com/Braves

Atlanta #Braves today granted 3B José Bautista his release. Johan Camargo will be the everyday 3B. RHP Lucas Sims has been recalled from Triple-A Gwinnett.
 

biggdogg

Senior Member
It was a worthwhile experiment with very little invested. Now the countdown to Riley's debut begins...
 
Awesome rocking Braves 9th-inning 6-run rally comeback win :cool: to take the series,
after Teheran's 4th-inning disaster giving up 6-runs, & bullpen giving up 3-runs in the last 3 innings did not help either.

No need to count them out too quickly late in games with this kind of potential being demonstrated.

Sure is nice when the Braves hitting machine is cranking to help offset pitching deficit lapses.



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Swanson's walk-off single completes rally: 5/20/18

Published on May 20, 2018

Daily Recap: Dansby Swanson hit a walk-off single that capped a 6-run 9th in the Braves' 10-9 comeback win


<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">RECAP: #Braves rally to score 6 runs in the 9th to walk off vs. Miami. pic.twitter.com/va1xBNNtNf</p>— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) May 20, 2018</blockquote>
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Braves highlight tweets: :bounce:

#BRAVES JUST SCORED 6 RUNS IN THE BOTTOM OF THE 9TH TO WIN THIS GAME!
@Braves were down 9-4 entering the 9th.
What a comeback. #WALKOFF
Chipper Jones
@RealCJ10
Unreal!!! Great win fellas
#Braves rallied from a five-run ninth-inning deficit for their biggest ninth-inning comeback in exactly eight years, when Brooks Conrad capped a seven-run rally with a game-ending grand slam on May 20, 2010.
6 runs in the bottom of the 9th to win it. THAT is a nice comeback!
TFW you remember some of those mean Tweets y’all were sending us in the middle of the game...
Ender Inciarte
@enderinciartem
Thank you to all the fans who reached out to check how I’m feeling. All good and I’ll be ready for tomorrow! 💪ðŸ�»


http://www.espn.com/mlb/recap?gameId=380520115

Braves rally for 6 runs in 9th, beat Miami on Swanson's hit

Ronald Acuna Jr. drove in two runs in the seventh and another in the ninth as the Braves moved 11 games over .500 for the first time since July 5, 2014. Atlanta has won nine of its last 12 and keeps performing well in the clutch with an NL-best 88 runs scored this season in the seventh inning or later.
"I almost expect 'em to do it," said manager Brian Snitker, whose club has 43 victories in its last at-bat, most in the majors, since he took charge on May 16, 2016. "I mean, down six in the bottom of the fifth, I felt good. I really did. I thought that these guys have a lot of time to go to work here and then you get a little bit ****her away, but they never stop. It's a great win for these guys."
Miami led 6-0 after four innings and 9-4 to begin the ninth.


http://www.espn.com/mlb/boxscore?gameId=380520115

Box Score

Braves 9th-inning scoring

9th - Acuña Jr. hit sacrifice fly to center, Flaherty scored.
9th - F. Freeman reached on infield single to first, Albies scored on throwing error by first baseman Rojas.
9th - Markakis singled to center, F. Freeman scored.
9th - Suzuki singled to left, Markakis scored, Flowers to second.
9th - Swanson singled to left, Flowers and Suzuki scored, Camargo to second.


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biggdogg

Senior Member
Riley has only been in AAA for about three weeks. I don't expect him up til sometime late June or July. Camargo's bat is starting to heat up, and regardless, he is a better defensive third baseman than Riley. The primary reason they're not in a big hurry to bring him up.
 
Felt bad Monday to lose ground to the Phillies in the standings, but feels good & better to gain it back Tuesday after the Braves win.

Impressive how MVP Albies scores all 3-runs which includes his 14th HR.



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Albies homers, scores 3 times in 3-1 victory: 5/22/18

Published on May 22, 2018

Daily Recap: Ozzie Albies belted his 14th homer and scored all three of the Braves' runs as Brandon McCarthy got the win over the Phillies


<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">RECAP: Albies flashes power, speed as #Braves top Phils. https://t.co/7PjpOC72Tx pic.twitter.com/K7LiPDH443</p>— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) May 23, 2018</blockquote>
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https://www.mlb.com/braves/news/ozzie-albies-scores-all-3-braves-runs-vs-phi/c-277837778

Ozzie 3, Phils 1: Albies scores all the runs in win

Dynamic Braves second baseman hits 14th homer of season

Albies took Phillies right-hander Vince Velasquez deep on the first pitch he saw in the third inning, turning a hanging curveball into a 366-foot homer to right field. The home run briefly tied him with Bryce Harper of the Nationals for the most in the NL -- until Harper went deep in the fifth against the Padres in Washington.
Albies also homered off Velasquez on April 29, when he started a Braves win with a solo shot on the first pitch of the game. April 29 marked the start of Albies as the Braves' everyday leadoff hitter, and he showed why he's so valuable in that role Tuesday, scoring each time he got on base.


http://www.espn.com/mlb/boxscore?gameId=380522122

3rd - Albies homered to right (366 feet).
5th - Markakis grounded into fielder's choice to first, Albies scored, F. Freeman to third.
9th - Acuña Jr. singled to center, Albies scored.
 
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Coenen

Senior Member
Really enjoying watching Albies play the game. What a fun guy to watch!
 
Interesting Braves tweet today about MLB Stats. Click on graphics image to view a larger one.

Let's not talk about Dansby Swanson's 4-StrikeOuts yesterday.



http://mlb.mlb.com/stats/sortable.j...7556&sortColumn=h&sortOrder='desc'&extended=0



<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">These guys sure would look good in All-Star uniforms...#ChopOn pic.twitter.com/7AkltNfd6G</p>— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) May 23, 2018</blockquote>
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Coenen

Senior Member
Would love to see Markakis as an All-Star. Dude is a Pro's Pro and has played solid ball for his whole career. He's earned any accolades he receives, IMO.

Regarding the strike outs yesterday, the other guy gets paid too. Sometimes you've just got to tip your cap and move forward. Velazquez could've curled up and died with the bases loaded and nobody out; instead, he buckled down and did his job. We still got the win either way.
 

Coenen

Senior Member
4th inning of game 1 against The Sawks. Julio's hanging sliders, bad! Julio's pick off move, good! That's certainly one way help yourself get back on track.

We'll see how the rest of the game plays out.
 

biggdogg

Senior Member
Julio is pitching better this season, but the only way he'll ever have consistent success is to pitch for a team that plays in a pitchers park. San Diego, New York, Detroit... a fly ball pitcher is doomed in parks like SunTrust and Fenway.
 
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