Brett was dominated by Sixto Sanchez and Kyle Wright hit three homers as Atlanta were routed by the Marlins 8–0.
When the first inning passed without incident, the Marlins were the first to get on the board in the second as Wright hung a slider to old friend Matt Joyce, who hoisted that pitch to the wall in right center to give the Marlins a hurry . -0. In the second innings, Wright gets into some trouble after that, but managed to emerge without any loss.
The third got off to a better start for Wright as he hung another slider … Jorge Alfaro brought the Marlins’ lead to 2-0, bringing it 415 feet into the center. Shortly after a double from Corey Dickerson, Wright hooked up on the combo of his fastball and made a change to hit the next three batters to be out of the inning again.
Things continued to get tough for Wright as he drove the leadoff hitter before giving up another homer, this one on a fastball, to Garrett Cooper and that extended the Marlins lead to 4–0. A walk from the pains of the perennial Braves in Butt Alfaro, a stolen base, a wild pitch, and an RBI single made it 5–0 again, and, well, it was a stunk and it was for Kyle. His day ended with a line of 4 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, 2 BB, 4K including three homers. not great.
Tyler Matzek looked good in two terrifying innings of relief, but then came the experience of Luke Jackson where he gave another run to make the Marlins lead 6–0. Jacob Webb, who was coming off a long injured list and was recalled on the first day, looked good in his innings of relief, but the second inning also did not go well and the Marlins were going down 8–0 . Of the ninth. The Braves went quietly and had an 8–0 final.
You must have been thinking about this crime and what they were up to this evening. The answer is not much. The Braves had four hits in the evening together, two of which were of Freddy Freeman. Overall, only a rough, rough performance from top to bottom.