Revenge, at the door

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The Atlanta Braves proved to be the best team in the Major Leagues during the regular season by adding 104 wins and also the one that hit the most home runs with 307, but they have a pending score that they are now seeking to settle.

Atlanta begins the Division Series against Philadelphia, a team that eliminated it in the 2022 postseason and advanced to the Fall Classic, which it lost to the Houston Astros.

Ronald Acuña, outfielder for the Atlanta Braves, became the first player in history with 40 home runs and 70 stolen bases. The Venezuelan missed the 2021 postseason due to injury in which his team won the World Series.

That is in the past,” Acuña said about the elimination in 2022.

Atlanta will send right-hander Spencer Strider as the Game 1 starter. Team manager Brian Snitker said left-hander Max Fried will start the second game.

Strider is a candidate for the National League Cy Young Award after going 20-5 with a 3.86 ERA in 32 starts. He was the only 20-game winner in the majors this season.

“I think he’s very prepared, especially because he experienced it last year,” Snitker said. “And it was a difficult situation for him. So I think he's probably very excited to have this opportunity when he's healthy, well-rested and prepared.”

For the Phillies, left-hander Ranger Suárez (4-6, 4.18) will start Game 1.

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