A historic night in the booth was capped off with a 13-10 Atlanta Braves win over the New York Mets. The Braves rallied late in a back-and-forth affair and sealed the deal with Ozzie Albies’ three-run bomb to walk it off in the tenth and complete the sweep.
What was expected to be a pitchers duel turned out to be a slugfest, with the Braves and Mets combining for 33 hits.
“I’m feeling amazing,” Albies said postgame. “I was looking for something over the plate to drive. As soon as that ball was hit, I didn’t even feel anything off the bat. That’s how perfect I put it on that barrel.”
“We don’t give up at all,” he added. “On defense or on offense. No matter what, until the game is over.”
After an exciting three comeback wins, the Braves improve to 38-24 and host the Washington Nationals beginning this evening at 7:20 ET.
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Baseball America also released a mock draft, projecting that the Braves will take shortstop George Lombard Jr.
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