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ATLANTA – Austin Riley knew he had good chances to score a goal from the first base as soon as he got in touch with Ozzie Alby.
The powerful stroke of the left flight just did not know if you got the green light from the third base coach Ron Washington.
"I knew she was in the abyss, so I run as much as I can," Riley said. "If he wants to stop me, he'll stop me." He did not stop me. Good hit by Ozzie and good team win. "
Riley finished the match with a solo homer in the ninth inn and scored the winning run of the Albyes pair Michael Felis in the 1
The Braves (39-29) took the first place in the NL East and moved 10 games for .500 for the first time this season.
Josh Bell hit a solo homer from Atlanta closer to Luc Jackson at the beginning of the ninth. Riley, who had a three-in-two, took Kyle Creek deep to make him 7 in the lower half.
After Riley was hit by the field on his left hand in the 11th, Albi drove a break into the right center, and Riley slid forward to put an end to it.
"As soon as I hit her in the gap," Albis said, "I knew he would score and win this game."
Feliz (2-3) took the loss.
The rain delayed the game for 55 minutes in the seventh.
Braves Starter Mike Soroka has settled career tips from five runs and 10 hits in five innings. The 21-year-old started the night by dropping out of a match or less in nine out of ten starts this season but did not take the decision into account. Soroka, whose ERA rose 54 points to 1.92, went one and dropped three.
Atlanta led 3: 0 in the first by Nick Markakis – RBI single and Riley. The Braves were 4-2 in the second after Freddie Freeman's RBI and 6-2 in the third after his two-time Soroka.
Pittsburgh made 3: 2 in the second single of the RBI by Adam Frazier and Elías Díaz. and 6-4 in the fourth of Kevin Newman's two-time duel. Starling Marte's 10th Homer cut the limit to 6-5 in the fifth.
Pirates tied him 6th in six against Josh Tomlin. Gregory Pollanco had a hit-hit, progressing to Newman's third single and shooting Corri Dickerson's victim.
"We had a little back on the wall, but we fought back and gave ourselves a chance," said Bell, who heads the 61 RBI majors. "Good mojo came in tomorrow."
Mitch Keller, who started his second start at Pittsburgh, allowed six runs and 10 hits in three innings. Pilots: Sports Director Tom Tomcic said that Francisco Servelli, on the plague list of May 26, with a concussion, had no symptoms and there were no symptoms. T is scheduled to be reviewed by a neurologist over the next few days. Tomcyzk said that Cervelli feels normal in his everyday life but is still not clear. 33-year-old Cervelli has a long history of head injuries during his 12-year career, including six documented shocks since 2011.
Braves: CF Ender Inciarte, on the wounded list of 15 May with a lumbar strain, has no schedule yet to resume baseball activities. – He's still biting him a bit. I think he has good days, he has bad days, it takes him one day at a time, "said manager Brian Snicker. "Now he's not in a position to even look ahead where he can – until he starts managing the bases, and hitting all that stuff."
in the third. Entering the left field, he ran into the third low Josh Donaldson as the two players chased his shallow fly. Swanson called on Donaldson and Riley to turn around and make a tricky catch on the basket. the break of the mark put by Woolley Berger of Boston Braves in 1930. Reilly also links Earl Torgeson of Boston Braves from 1947 as the fastest to 29 IBPs in 26 games. … After the game Riley was wrapped in ice. He said he was sick not to be hit by the terrain, but not in pain.
Bravs signed his first project, Bailey captures Shi Langleyer. Atlanta chose Langeliers with the ninth full selection that he received as compensation for not signing last year's Selection No. 8, Pitcher Carter Stewart. Pirates: RHP 6, 4.40 ERA) started for the second time in the four-game series after being thrown into the first inning on Monday after confrontation with Donaldson. UP NEXT
Braves: RHP Julio Teheran (4-3, 3.03) is 2-0 with 0.70 ERA in his last seven starts.