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Thursday, July 7, 2022

Braves hit five homers, beat Nets 10-4 for 13th straight win

WASHINGTON ( Associated Press) — Michael Harris II and Travis D’Arnaud each had three hits and were home for the second straight game, and the Atlanta Braves scored five times in their 13th straight win, the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night. But added to 10-4.

Atlanta hit homers back-to-back for the third game in a row, this time doing so twice. D’Arnaud and Marcel Ozuna went deep in the third inning, and Orlando Arcia and Harris II followed in the sixth.

Dansby Swanson also built home for the Braves, who have scored 32 home runs during the winning streak, the longest Majors this season. This is Atlanta’s best performance as it has won 14 consecutive games from 26 July to 9 August 2013.

Braves starter Max Fried (7-2) dismissed Washington’s first five batsmen. He went in 5 2/3 innings, conceding four runs on six hits, while playing another one for six. Jackson Stephens played the last three innings for his second save.

Earlier in the day, Atlanta placed second baseman Ozzy Albiz (fractured left leg) on ​​the 60-day injured list and Washington placed right-armer Stephen Strasberg (rib stress reaction) on the 15-day injured list.

Ehire Adrienza produced two hits for the Nationals, having lost three straight.

Jackson Tetrault (0-1), called up from Triple-A Rochester to start in place of Strasbourg, conceded seven for nine hits in four innings in his major league debut.

Swanson finished one in first, second in two games, and the 11th of his career at National Park.

D’Arnaud’s line-drive, three-run shot made it 5-0 in the third and Ozuna, with her second homer in two days, scored a shot in the Braves bullpen in left centre.

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Braves: The Albies, who left Monday’s game in the fifth inning, were being evaluated on Tuesday. “Hopefully he recovers soon and we will take care of him,” manager Brian Snitker said.

Citizens: Manager Dave Martinez said Strasbourg’s injury is related to surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome last summer. … RF Juan Soto was given a day off after slipping and hitting his right knee against the corner of the dugout bench on Monday night. Martinez said the knee X-ray was clear.


Braves: RHP Spencer Strider (2-2, 2.35 ERA) is facing the Nationals for the second time this season after allowing a run in 3 1/3 innings of relief on April 11.

National: RHP Eric Fedde (4-4, 4.87 ERA) is 0-4 with a 10.80 ERA in eight games – seven starts – against the Braves.

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