Atlanta Braves come back and tie the series against the Phillies in Game 2

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With home runs by Travis D'Arnaud and Austin Rileythe Atlanta Braves they came back to beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5x4 and match your Division Series 1-1 in the National League, playoffs of Major League Baseball.

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The Braves offense was very limited in the First half by the pitching of Zack Wheeler, who he allowed the first hit in the sixth inningalthough he left without a decision.

Phillies came out aggressive and in the same first inning scored one for Trea Turner double and simple tugboat Alec Bohm.

Then after consecutive hits from JT Realmuto and Cuban Nick Castellanosthe Phillies They loaded the bases with two outs, but starter Fried dominated Bryson Stott on a ground ball to first to eliminate the threat.

The Phillies increased to 3x0 its advantage in third inning for Realmuto home run with Bryce Harper in circulation.

In it fifth, Philadelphia increased the difference with a single by Cuban Castellanoswho stole second, advanced to third on catcher's throwing error and scored on Stott's sacrifice fly.

After retiring 14 batters followed after the error by which a runner reached base, Wheeler allowed the first hit in the sixth when Ozzie Albis Venezuelan booster rocket fired Ronald Acuñawho had entered circulation with a ticket.

Acuña, the only player in the '40-70 Club' (home runs and stolen bases) He then crossed the plate due to an infield error to score the first run of the Braves.

One entry later, the Braves got dangerously close (4x3) when scoring two notes for simple Matt Olson and the home run of D'Arnaud.

Wheelerwhich he retired to the conga pace of 1-2-3 to the Braves In the first inning, he finished his job with six and a third ticketsthree hits, two runs and 10 strikeouts.

The Braves came back in the eighth by unbolting Acuña and long home run to left field by Riley in front of the reliever Jeff Hoffman (1-1).

The Cuban closer Raisel Iglesias took charge of the box in the ninth and with a double play he got the save.

He third game of this series (tied 1-1) -best of five games- It will be Wednesday, October 11 in Philadelphia.

The Phillieswho seek their third World Series crown since 1980 When they beat the Royals and the 2008 Rays, they failed in that instance last year against the Houston Astros.


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