The two best teams in the National League were with her again tonight, when the Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers went into battle again.
On the grave for the Brave was Mike Foltinevic, who has been struggling this season.
The introductory pitch started with a sour note for Foltie when Ozzie Albis made the mistake of putting Jock Pederson on base, but Freddie Freeman came to the rescue with a fine line drive from Max Mance while driving to first base. which would double Pederson.
Then Foltie hit Cody Bellinger and the night came.
On the Dodgers grave was Cy Young's early candidate Hong-Jin Ryu, and he was as good as advertised. His night started with a 1
The Brave First scratched the bottom of the third inning. They managed to pull off a double from Adeiny Hechavarria, a walk by Ronald Acuna Jr., and the big hit was a two-RBI double by Ozzie Albies, which lifted Atlanta 2-0.
The Dodgers responded immediately. At the beginning of the fourth, Matt Beatty led with a solo home run against Foltie, which reduced the lead to 2-1, but Mike managed to hold the serve and hold the lead by entering the fifth inning.
Los Angeles continued to grind and finally managed to get the game back in the beginning of the fifth. Justin Turner was brought in to lead the inning and came to spin on another RBI from Beaty (Single).
With the game tied, Atlanta finally broke through in the bottom of the sixth, as Josh Donaldson and recently recalled Adam Duvall hit back-to-back ties that stretched the lead to 4-2.  Then the Brave turned things on their bulp and tonight they were just gorgeous. Sean Newcomb was the first man to make 1.1 innings of pointless baseball.
Then Atlanta hit a snore when Luke Jackson came into the game and allowed a solo homer to Max Munsey, which made things really narrow at 4-3. Jackson managed to make several giant playgrounds and got out of his way from further damage.
Shane Green had his eighth inning and turned in his best performance of the season, striking out all three straight games. Green is really starting to come closer and look like the person Atlanta has given up on real prospects.
Then it was Mark Melancon's turn to close things. After receiving his first two tests with relative ease, Justin Turner tore the ball down the third baseline, spelled out by Josh Donaldson, but he did not play. The final test was Belinger and he represented the winning game, but in a way we have not seen all season, Melancon went right after him and caused a pop-up third to win 4-3.
This is obviously a huge profit for the Braves, as they now know for sure that they have all the talent to beat the Dodgers. That could trigger a huge start to the season and if the Phyllis loses tonight, this game only tastes sweeter. Keep an eye on this as the Braves look to win the series tomorrow.