The Atlanta Braves released their roster for the NLDS against the Marlins Tuesday morning and it includes two more pitchers than what we saw for the Wild Card round. Atlanta will carry 15 pitchers after adding Bryse Wilson and Huascar Ynoa while dropping William Contreras and Johan Camargo. Neither Contreras nor Camargo made an appearance in the two games against the Cincinnati Reds.
Atlanta will start Max Fried in Game 1 on Tuesday and he will be followed by Ian Anderson and Kyle Wright in Games 2 and 3. If there is a Game 4, the team will likely have to get creative with some sort of bullpen game like scenario. If there is a Game 5, Snitker previously said that he would consider bringing back Fried on short rest but it would likely be an “all hands on deck” situation.
Ynoa and Wilson could be called upon to help fill the gap in Game 4 but also give Snitker two more multi-inning relief options. Wilson appeared in six games, including two starts, and posted a 4.02 ERA (4.85 FIP) in 15 2/3 innings. Ynoa appeared in nine games and made five starts with a 5.82 ERA (4.90 FIP) in 21 2/3 innings.