d’Arnaud 5 RBI Game Gives Braves 11-10 Win Over Mets

d'Arnaud 5 rbi game

d’Arnaud 5 RBI Game Gives Braves 11-10 Win Over Mets!

Travis d’Arnaud 5 RBI Game Give The Atlanta Braves An 11-10 Win Over The New York Mets!

If you were expecting a dominant pitchers duel between Atlanta Braves Sean Newcomb and New York Mets Rick Porcello you were wrong to assume that out of these pitchers on Friday Night At Truist Park in Atlanta, Georgia!

d'Arnaud 5 rbi game

Sean Newcomb once again does not finish the 5th inning. Listed below is Sean Newcomb’s Pitching Line for Friday Nights Game against The New York Mets:

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Travis d’Arnaud 5 RBI Game Give The Atlanta Braves An 11-10 Win Over The New York Mets!

The offensive star of the game was Atlanta Braves catcher Travis d’Arnaud. His big inning was the bottom of the 8th inning where d’Arnaud hit a bases clearing double to give the Atlanta Braves a lead of 11-10! Listed below is Travis d’Arnaud Offensive Stats for the game:

d'Arnaud 5 rbi game

Listed below is the comments from Travis d’Arnaud and Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker:

Travis d’Arnaud 5 RBI Game Give The Atlanta Braves An 11-10 Win Over The New York Mets!

Travis d’Arnaud 5 RBI’s Give The Atlanta Braves An 11-10 Win Over The New York Mets!

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About Bob Griggs

I became an Atlanta Braves Fan in the spring of 1974. I was in first grade and Hank Aaron was chasing Babe Ruth for the all-time home run king. Back in 1974 things were different than they are now. You could not just watch every game on television. Because of the event the networks would interrupt programming and show Hank Aaron batting until he broke the home run record. Since then I have always been an Atlanta Braves Fan.

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