Atlanta, Georgia 2021-05-15 00:19:07 –
Marcell Ozuna and Ozzie Albies hit consecutive home runs, and Drew Smyly threw six innings to beat the Atlanta Braves 6-3 against Milwaukee Brewers, losing three games in a row.
Ozzie hit a 439-foot home run, the sixth home run, and Albies hit relief Eric Lauer the sixth home run in the fifth.
Smyly (2-2) posted a second consecutive and impressive outing. The left-handed player threw 6 innings with extra rest and gave up 1 run with 4 hits, 1 walk and 4 strikeouts. With his last two starts, Smiley allowed two runs and one win in 12 innings.
Milwaukee starter Adrian Houser (3-4) lasted only three innings, the shortest stint of the season. He allowed two runs with two hits, five walks and three strikes. Hauser also hit the batter, threw a wild pitch, and was asked to balk-all three Braves scored two.
Brewers was the single that Luis Urías ran to the left and ran twice.
The Braves scored a 2: 1 lead in a two-run single from Austin Riley, scoring twice for the third time.
Atlanta held a 4-1 lead, with Dansby Swanson placing a squeeze bunt with Freddie Freeman and adding a seventh run when he tacked another run eighth in Ender Inciarte’s bloop single. Did.
The Brewers won two home runs with relief Josh Tomlin in the ninth inning. Urías hit a fourth home run and Manny Piña continued with a third home run. The Braves were forced to win by bringing Will Smith closer to the final two outs.
The Braves played Thursday without right fielder Ronald Acuña Jr., who injured his left ankle. The X-ray was negative, but Akunya was too painful to play on Friday. He was able to return on Saturday.
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