Braves power past Nationals for 13th straight win, which is longest streak in the majors this season

The reigning-champion Atlanta Braves on Tuesday night squashed the Washington Nationals by a rating 10-4, and the success pressed their existing win streak to 13 video games. That marks the longest win streak by the Braves because they won 14 in a row from July 26-Aug. 9, 2013. The existing streak is likewise the longest in the majors this season. 

The Atlanta win likewise occasioned this little bit of current history: 

In Tuesday’s win, power was when again the story for the Braves. They homered 5 times and went back-to-back on 2 various events. Michael Harris II and Travis d’Arnaud each homered for the 2nd straight video game. Orlando Arcia, beginning at 2nd base in location of the hurt Ozzie Albies, got a set of hits. The Braves have an overall of 32 crowning achievement throughout the win streak. 

On the pitching side, Max Fried got the win for Atlanta however didn’t pitch especially well, as he permitted 4 made on 6 hits in 5 ⅔ innings. Faring much better was reducer Jackson Stephens, who worked 3 nothing innings for the conserve. 

The Braves’ win streak has actually accompanied a soft stretch of schedule. The 13 wins that comprise the streak have actually come versus the Diamondbacks, Rockies, A’s, Pirates, and Nationals – losing groups, all. If the Braves have the ability to win the series ending versus Washington on Wednesday, then they’ll take the streak into a weekend series versus the Cubs. That stated, the Braves have actually controlled that maybe doing not have competitors over the last 13 video games, as they have actually outscored the opposition throughout the streak by a margin of 93-39.  

Atlanta will attempt to press the streak to 14 wins in a row on Wednesday, as right-hander Spencer Strider will begin opposite right-hander Erick Fedde.



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