Braves avoid potential disaster in Pete Alonso’s controversial game

Atlanta Braves fans should be thrilled that Travis d’Arnaud survived his polar bear breaks.

Not since The revenant we have seen a grown man heroically overcoming certain death at the expense of a most ferocious bear.

Although Travis d’Arnaud can’t win an Oscar for his performance behind the court Atlanta Braves in Game 2 of their doubleheader on Saturday night against his former team, he has a son named Leo. Meanwhile, “Polar Bear” Pete Alonso broke his rusty cage and ran right through a Chris Cornell look-alike. It waited for him there like a stone before he was rolled over.

Here’s the controversial piece where MLB Replay decided to screw up the Braves again and picked up the out call at home.

Luckily D’Arnaud’s x-rays were negative as he is now listed as day by day.

That New York Mets have won three of the first four games against the Braves in this August series.

Atlanta Braves fall to New York Mets on black days, but Travis d’Arnaud is fine

There is no doubt about it. This NL East Division rivalry streak was eye-opening for the reigning World Series champions. The Braves are certainly good enough to make an extended postseason, but there may be no sign of Atlanta catching up with the Mets. It’s all about getting into October, but the Braves will likely face teams in San Diego, St. Louis, Milwaukee or Philadelphia in the NLWCS.

As for this series, it is personal for d’Arnaud. The Mets are the team he is most closely associated with before coming to Atlanta. He was a top candidate in their organization before he was drafted. Despite being a good player for them, his best ball in the last three seasons happened to come in an Atlanta uniform. All his awards have arrived here.

Ultimately, the Braves find themselves in a rare situation entering the final game of the five against New York. It’s well documented that this bunch struggled in the days of the games. However, Atlanta has yet to suffer a three-game losing streak this season. No other team in baseball can say that. Something has to happen, doesn’t it? Anyway, Atlanta needs to find out.

Look for William Contreras behind the plate ahead of Atlanta’s trip to Boston on Tuesday. Braves avoid potential disaster in Pete Alonso’s controversial game

John Verrall

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