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Braves young star meets Mets challenge with rebound win

If Mets won Thursday andwas a message to Atlanta, the Braves would take the message and throw it in the trash on Friday's defeat. It was that. The day after the

Mets won an emotional victory thanks to Edwin Diazcloser to, the Braves young stars responded by performing a show in a contest that began as a beatdown. Andended with Atlanta escaping with a 9-6 victory.

The Braves jumped over Taijuan Walker early on, scoring eight runs before the Mets scored four outs, and their defense consistently annoyed home batters. Atlanta outfield.

Braves 24-year-old star Ronald Acuña Jr. made a high career with four hits, including two singles from Walker, then stole second and scored in another single.

But the most striking was his robbery of Pete Alonso.

Ronald Acuña Jr. robs Pete Alonso of an extra-base hit in the first inning of the Mets' 9-6 loss to the Braves.

Braves are already at the bottom of the beginning 4 At -0, the Mets slugger tried to slice the gap in half. With the runner on, Alonso fired a shot at the right fielder, but at least he needed a long hit and could have cleared the fence, but Acuña perfectly timed his leap. The right fielder placed the glove on the wall to catch the ball, and when he landed and ran towards the dugout, he returned the ball and hit his chest.

There was a special celebration from an Atlanta outfielder who heard 40,305 fans.

"I heard with the left fielder. They said," [Eddie] Rosario, you smoke, "center fielder Michael Harris II said after his own big game. "I saw [Rosary] pointing at the ring finger."

Of course, the Braves were World Series champions, and Acuña said he had calmed the crowd as well.

The 21-year-old Harris, who has a remarkable rookie season, used his arms and bats to silence his fans. He led two solo home runs before Mets tested his arm strength.

Michael Harris II belts a solo homer in the second inning of the Braves' win over the Mets.
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Harris threw one-hop darts, but Guillom had a chance There was no.

"I got the ball, looked into the coach on third base, and saw him waving, so I was licking a chop," he runs to Guillom. "Of course. I knew they would try to test me."

The Braves who moved in the 3¹ / ² game of Mets in the NL East were division leaders and division leaders. I was fine after defeating the fans.

Acuña to know said he felt like a playoff game. Harris, who may not know, thanked back and forth.

"It motivates you to want to be better," said a speedy center fielder who also took a hit from Darin Ruf in the seventh inning. "Obviously, they hate you because it's a rivalry. You want to do better in front of them."