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Battery Power: Defining moment for defining player as Freeman powers Braves back to NLCS

On Freeman’s heroics, Charlie Morton delivering on three-day’s rest and Atlanta’s offense answering every Brewers strike

MLB: Milwaukee Brewers at Atlanta Braves
Freddie Freeman hit the go-ahead home run off Josh Hader, who hadn’t allowed a homer since July 28.
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Behind a defining moment from a defining player, the Braves are headed back to the National League Championship Series, riding Freddie Freeman’s go-ahead home run to a 5-4 win over the Brewers Tuesday night to claim the Division Series in four games.

Grant McAuley and Cory McCartney dive in on Battery Power, discussing the best moment of Freeman’s postseason career to date, Charlie Morton’s start on short rest, Atlanta’s bats finding an answer for each Milwaukee strike and the bullpen’s continued strong work in the series. Plus, a look back at the storylines that defined this series as the Braves march on.

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