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MLB: Braves win World Series 3 match 2-0 over Astros

MLB: Braves win World Series 3 match 2-0 over Astros

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ATLANTA – Austin Riley scored a double in one round, Travis Darno added his second run, and the Atlanta Braves beat the Houston Astros 2-0 on Friday to top the series 2-1 at the global level.

Riley hit his double along the third baseline on the third, and Eddie Rosario scored.

Five rounds later, Arnaud’s wide receiver sent the ball past the center field, firing a second home run in two games. “Tomahawk Chop” reigned again, among the brave supporters.

Game 4 will take place on Saturday night at Trust Park.

The Astros’ first hit came only eighth, a lucky hit from substitute hitter Aledmys Diaz, the number one hitter in the inning.

Ian Anderson hit four hitters in five innings, with three walks and one hit. He made 76 shots before he withdrew from the match.

“Anderson asked me a few times if I was sure of my decision to take him out. I told him I trusted my judgment. The easy decision was to leave him on the pile on day six, but our two homes were ready and comfortable,” manager Brian Sneeker said after the game when asked why Anderson wasn’t left in the match.

Was it too early to take out Anderson when he hadn’t taken a hit? The main person involved was not upset at all.

“It was just fine,” Anderson commented. I have great confidence in Snit and our comfort. “

« [Anderson] He started a great game tonight, and we didn’t do anything offensively,” summed up the third goal of the Astros Alex Bergmann.

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After the match, Bergman urged his teammates to wipe the bad night out of their heads as quickly as possible. “We erase and move on to the next stage. You must have a short memory of this sport,” he said.

Manager Dusty Baker simply thinks Anderson has the advantage that the Astros hitters don’t know Anderson.

“As I told you a few days ago when you’ve never faced a man before, the advantage has been in the bowler for a while. He was effectively tough,” added Braves’ writer.

AJ Minter settled for sixth, but he also hit.

Luke Jackson and Tyler Matzek made a one-round save, then Will Smith made a save.

Smith admitted to his first solo hit, Alex Bergman. But Balloons settled the cases of Yordan Alvarez, Carlos Correa and Kyle Tucker.

Slap in the middle of the field!

Alvarez patrolled the left field: he was the best player in the American Championship Series against Boston.

He was the hitter of choice in the first two matches of the World Championships, hitting one in five.

“Of course we rely on these kind of players, but nobody can hit all the time. Becker noted that you get used to seeing them hit every day, but I call the law of averages again. The more these players go on the racquet, the closer they get to a new production line,” the manager said. Optimistically: This is how hitters think.

The only match that didn’t get a point or hit at the World Championships came in 1956: Don Larsen of the Yankees perfect match against Brooklyn.

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Atlanta had two runners at base in the second inning, but Anderson was the last to get out of the group, hitting the bat.

The Braves most recently competed in the World Championships in 1999, where they were swept away by the New York Yankees.

As an Atlanta-based band, the Braves won the Fall Classic in 1995 against the Cleveland Indians.

The 2017 edition of the World Series ended with the first victory for the Astros.

Prior to the match, the Braves honored late Hall of Fame member Hank Aaron at a party that included his wife Billye.

After the American anthem, the Braves pushed a video in honor of Aaron, showing the highlights of his career.

Aaron passed away on January 22 at the age of 86.

In addition, Braves’ Ramy Morton underwent surgery on his right fibula, after an injury he sustained while raising the curtain at the Fall Classic.

Dr. Robert Anderson performed the operation Thursday in Green Bay, in connection with an arrow hit by Yuli Gouriel.

Atlanta expects Morton to recover in time for the next training camp.

The right-hander is expected to be around the club this weekend.