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Braves News: Dylan Lee, Forrest Wall get the call, Max Fried sharp in LA, and more

Atlanta Braves news and notes from Friday

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The Atlanta Braves made a couple of roster moves ahead of Friday night’s game in Los Angeles. Southpaw Dylan Lee was returned from his rehab assignment, while outfielder Forrest Wall was recalled to Atlanta. Outfielder Sam Hilliard was transferred to the 60-day injured list.

Dylan Lee suffered a shoulder injury in mid-May and had been sidelined until he began rehabbing in Gwinnett. He tossed 7.1 innings in Triple-A before getting reinstated from the injured list.

Forrest Wall has appeared in just four big league games this season and has swiped two bags during his brief stint in the bigs. He’s stolen 52 bases in the minors this year, though, and will likely be used as a pinch runner in the future.

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Max Fried threw seven shutout innings in Friday’s 6-3 defeat over the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Augusta GreenJackets’ combined no-hitter headlines Thursday’s minor league recap.

Battery Power TV discusses Ronald Acuña Jr. and Spencer Strider’s cases for the NL MVP and Cy Young awards.

MLB News:

Cincinnati Reds right-hander Justin Dunn will undergo shoulder surgery. He will likely miss the remainder of the season.

Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Walker Buehler is one step closer to a return with a rehab assignment coming up.

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