Each team plays 81 games on its own turf, and 81 games on someone else's. It's something that you generally only care about over smaller samples, like a single game or a single series, where one team spends less time at home than the other.
But it's with this in mind that I'd like to point out that the NL East-leading have played just 31 of their 72 games at home. 31, or 43.1%.
At the 72-game mark, the average team will have 45 remaining home games and 45 remaining road games. The Braves have 50 and 40. The rival , meanwhile, have 45 and 46, while the rival have 47 and 46.
That's a nice mini-advantage, but I'd like the Braves to be a team that does not care where they play, they can win anywhere.