Atlanta Braves Game Today Scores Runs
The Atlanta Braves are a team that can score runs and beat the opposition. They have won nine of their last 10 games, including two in the playoffs. Today’s game is no different. With the same starting lineup, the Braves will be able to score runs on offense. Their starting pitcher is Charlie Morton, a 37-year-old right-hander. The Braves will likely use Morton again today. He has pitched against the Dodgers twice in 2017, including a one-run four-inning relief outing to end the Astros’ Game 7 win.
The Braves will send Max Fried to the mound today. Max Fried has had two solid starts in the postseason, but has a 5.40 ERA. In his last two starts, Fried has given up four runs and eight hits, but has a decent record. He also gave up six runs in five innings against the Astros in Game 2 of the World Series. However, Fried has not been as dominant as he has been in the regular season, which is why the Braves will be hoping to see him pitch tomorrow.
In the fifth inning, the Braves scored one run. The inning featured a solo home run from Adam Duvall and a single from Eddie Rosario. During the sixth, the Braves stranded two runners. However, the Mets came back with a run in the bottom of the fifth. A.J. Minter struck out two in the sixth inning and Michael Harris II followed with a single.