Ronald Acuna reached base four times, Austin Riley hit a three-run bomb to open the game, and Max Fried played six strong innings as the Braves crossed the Blue Jays with a score of 10–1.
Max Fried got the start for the Braves on Tuesday and was quite good. After a strong first inning with only a pair of baserunners, Fried was somehow even better through the next two scorched frames, which combined took a total of 10 minutes and I can bask on that. The fifth inning was short as Vladimir Guerrero was leading the junior double and Anthony Alford eventually came to take the Blue Jays on the board to score a single, but Fried left it all in that inning. Fried then got the Blue Jays’ short work in the sixth inning thanks to a double game and that was his night with 6 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 2 BB and 3 K. Was along the last line of.
It was the Braves who opened the second inning thanks to a solo home run. Matt Adams led Homer to start the inning and then Tyler Flowers, who has spent a couple of weeks or a season being spent on the field due to illness, connected for a two-shot and exactly that, The Braves were up 2–0. Seeing those two people going deep in the same innings also felt like meeting in the time machine.
Ronald Acuna continued his strong push of late. He stole a base in the first inning and in the fifth, he gave up a double to lead things. A Dansby Swanson ground pushed him to third and due to some hustle and a good slide, he scored on a Freddie Freeman fielder’s choice to give the Braves a 3–1 lead. After Johan Kemargo gave the Braves another baseruner with a single. Austin Riley connected for his second home run of the year. A three-run shot from the left gave the Braves a 6–1 lead.
Riley’s home chase Matt Shoemaker from the game and the Blue Jays brought in Jacob Wagspack, who went on to walk Ozzy Eloby on four pitches before Tyler Fool’s innings ended.
However, the Braves continued to threaten and after another Akuna walk and the singles pair of Ander Itiarte (!) And Dansby Swanson did not exclude anyone for Freddy Freeman in the sixth inning, although Freddy would play with one of the double. Coming at home which was less than ideal. Marcel Ozuna was intentionally gone and Camargo scored without a run, which was not good.
Darren O’Day came to the relief of Fried in the seventh inning and promptly delivered another double blow off Vladie Jr.’s bat. O’Day would survive the seventh and Tomlin has been consistently consistently good at Josh while in a brave uniform and tonight was no different as he made quick work of Toronto in the eighth inning.
However, the Bravers would not go quietly in the eighth when Ander reached base and Ronis sang for his fourth trip to the basepath in the evening, with Dansby Swanson taking home both with a two-run double to make it an 8-1 Braves. Lead to However, the Braves were not done there, as Adam Duvall drove in an Dabby with an RBI to take a 9–1 lead. After that, Johan Kemargo doubled to bring in Duval and by the end of the innings the score was 10–1.