Brave people use SDLN behind Peterson’s manpower
Atlanta – Joe Peterson says his post-season success has “never been bigger than any other time”.
With another home run, Peterson put the Atlanta Braves one step closer to advancing into the postseason.
Pederson smashed a three-run home run as a pinch-hitter in his “Joctober” nickname to seal the Milwaukee Atlanta Braves again, beating the Brewers 3-0 on Monday night to take a 2-1 series lead. National League.
“It’s very special,” Peterson said of the blow in the fifth inning. “It was great to go out big at that time.”
In a fierce fight, Ian Anderson and Braves Bullpen teamed up for a five-win job and went 3-0 up for the second consecutive game.
With the protection of their dynamic shortstop by Dansby Swanson, the Braves will try to reach the Circuit Championship Series for the second time in a row as they host Game 4 on Tuesday.
Peterson’s home run in the fifth inning was his second run of the series. Both victories pinched Adrian Hauser. Federson pinched his other turn in the series and was responsible for four of Atlanta’s seven runs.
Peterson has 11 post-career home runs to help the Los Angeles Dodgers win the World Series with his Homers. He signed up as a free agent with the Chicago Cubs in the winter and traded to Atlanta in July.
“He had great moments, he was on the big stage, he did well, and the guys praised him,” said Braves manager Brian Snitker.
Since winning the first game of the series, the midfield champions Brewers have gone 19 straight innings without taking a single run. They went 8-0 with the men in the scoreboard when they fell on Monday.
When asked about the weak performance of the offense, manager Craig Counsel responded: “We work on it. I thought we hit well today … we need to breathe, frankly.”
Anderson was troubled by Eastern champions Braves. He allowed three wins, including five non-walking innings and six strike outs. Will Smith, Braves’ fourth reliever, threw a perfect ninth for the second save of the series.
Freddie Perralda, Browers Dominican starter, hung out for four zeros and was replaced by a pinch-hitter when his team threatened in fifth.
Brewers, Willie Adams 4-2. Venezuela’s Avicel Garcia 4-0; And Eduardo Escobar of 2-1. Mexican Luis Urias 3-0.
For the brave, Cuba George Solar 3-0. Puerto Rican Eddie Rosario 3-1. Venezuela Airre Adrianza 1-0.