Dansby Swanson slides in with the winning run in the bottom of the ninth Friday as the Braves defeated the Mets 3-2 at SunTrust Park. For the first time all season Braves right-hander Julio Teheran has made two quality starts in a row at SunTrust Park. That wasn’t enough for him to earn a win against the Mets but two rookies lifted the Braves to victory. Pinch hitter Rio Ruiz’s game-ending RBI single in the ninth inning sent the Braves to a 3-2 victory on Friday.
The Braves announced that left-hander Sean Newcomb will start Game 1 of Saturday’s doubleheader against the Mets and Matt Wisler will start Game 2. Newcomb, 23, will be making his major league debut. He will become the first Braves player to do so at SunTrust Park. The Angels selected Newcomb with the No. 15 pick in the 2014 draft, and the Braves acquired him as part of the Andrelton Simmons trade in November 2015. Wisler, 24, started 19 games for the Braves in 2015 and 26 games in 2016.
The Braves have had one day off in the past 29 and spent much of it traveling from San Francisco to Cincinnati. Then they played two extra-inning games among three against the Reds with the bullpen taking on a heavy workload. “We had that pseudo off day (June 1) with everybody trying to catch up with the travel,” Braves manager Brian Snitker said. “There was a lot of baseball last weekend with a couple extra-inning games. And then all of this right now.
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