The recent three-game series at Great American Ball Park between the eight-game winning Atlanta Braves and the 11-game winning Cincinnati Reds was literally a nuclear war.
Both teams combined for a whopping 69 hits and 47 runs in the three games. All three games were decided by one run, with Atlanta holding off Cincinnati to take the best-of-three series.
Atlanta and Cincinnati hosted a three-game series at Great American Ball Park on April 24-26. Two of the hottest teams in baseball went head-to-head온라인카지노.
The games were also played at Cincinnati’s home ballpark, Great American Ballpark, which is a high-scoring ballpark. The result was no different. There were a whopping 19 home runs.
Atlanta hit five home runs in Game 1 on April 24, but fell short in a 10-11 loss to Cincinnati behind Joey Votto. Cincinnati has won 12 straight.
However, Atlanta bounced back with 7-6 wins on Games 25 and 26 to avenge their Game 1 loss. Atlanta ended the series with two straight wins and Cincinnati with two straight losses.
There were four earned runs in the three-game set, but that’s not even counting the walks. Both teams’ mounds were devastated. Atlanta gave up 23 earned runs and Cincinnati 24.
In the process, Atlanta’s Matt Olson (29) homered for the third straight game and fourth time, tying him for the major league lead with 25 on the season.
Atlanta improved to 50-27 with the sweep and a .649 winning percentage to remain atop the National League. They trail the Tampa Bay Rays by two games.
Meanwhile, a slumping Cincinnati remained atop the National League Central with a 41-27 record and a .526 winning percentage, but only a half-game lead over the second-place Milwaukee Brewers.
The two teams that went to nuclear will now play their next two games, at home against the Minnesota Twins and on the road against the Baltimore Orioles, respectively, starting on April 27.