2020 NLDS: Braves vs Marlins
Atlanta will enjoy three off days before the NLCS.
Historic pitching and timely hitting help Braves reach NLCS for first time in 19 years.
Atlanta stays true to what has brought them to the verge of advancing.
Atlanta hopes another clutch performance from one of its young arms will lead to its first NLCS appearances since 2001.
The Braves absolutely needed their starting rotation to step up. Ian Anderson is doing just that, and that’s exciting for both the present and the future.
Travis d’Arnaud and Dansby Swanson homered for the second straight day to provide all the offense the Braves needed.
Ian Anderson will try to follow up his sensational postseason debut with another solid performance.
We’ve seen the Braves win the type of game that Game 1 of the NLDS was plenty of times during the regular season. It’s great to see them translating it to postseason success.
If Atlanta needed any more motivation the Marlins were happy to supply it.
The Braves offense woke up in a big way on Tuesday.
The lineup is set for the first game of the National League Division Series.
The Marlins roster is out. Starling Marte is not on it.
Atlanta adds two more arms for the best-of-five-series
Minute Maid Park flipping the script in 2020, young arms take center stage with spot in the NLCS on the line
Is this a frightening lineup? Nope. Is this still a lineup that should be taken seriously? Absolutely.
Adding one or two more pitchers to the Division Series roster will be necessary for the best-of-five format.
That’s a lot of intradivisional playoff series for one season!
Take a long lunch ... on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and maybe even Friday and Saturday.