Even after a promising start, the Braves gave up this final game in the four game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. They lead with three runs after the third inning, with a double from Ozzie Albies and a two-run homer from Austin Riley. They lost their lead in the bottom of the seventh, after Jacob Webb entered the game. He immediately gave up three runs, letting the Diamondbacks take the lead. In the final two innings, the Braves couldn’t catch up, giving up the sweep. They still win the series 3-1.
Today starts their three game series against the San Diego Padres, as well as their rescheduled home game from earlier in the season. The Braves are currently two games ahead in the NL East.
- Adam Wainwright hits career milestone of 2,000 strikeouts in game against Milwaukee
- Diamondbacks manager, Torey Lovullo, agrees to a one-year extension that includes a club option for 2023.
- The San Francisco Giants have places Darin Ruf on the 10 day injured list due to a right oblique strain, retroactive to September 20th.
- The MLB wil test pre-tacked baseballs at certain Triple-A games for the last week and a half of the minor league season.