I felt pretty good after winning the first two games in Milwaukee. It helped too the Mets were losing at the time.
The rails kinda came off on Sunday, though. Sure, Braves almost made a spectacular rally, but apparently this happened after Ynoa had his worst start of the season so far:
Huascar Ynoa broke a bone in his pitching hand when he punched the dugout bench in frustration after coming out of Sunday’s game. He will be out a couple of months, #Braves manager Brian Snitker said. “It’s a shame,” Snitker said. “Probably nobody that feels any worse than him.”
— David O’Brien (@DOBrienATL) May 17, 2021
Well, Max Fried will be on the hill tonight to follow up his recent good work against those self-same division leading Mets.