Miami 5, Atlanta 0

Atlanta ran into a buzzsaw last night as Dan Straily shut down the bats, and the Reincarnation Of Ryan HowardJustin Bour homered as Miami shut out Our Heroes 5-0. Christian Yelich added three RBIs to help lead to the final score.

Sean Newcomb followed up his impressive debut with a solid, but not spectacular start. He went six innings, giving up three runs on five hits and three walks. He had absolutely no help from the offense, because other than Ender Inciarte doubling to lead off the bottom of the 1st then being stranded at third after a groundout and two strikeouts, the Braves wouldn’t put another runner in scoring position for the rest of the game.

All in all, it was one of those games where the opposing starter was cruising and you never felt there was a chance after the first. But, Newcomb’s start does give one hope that he’s putting it together. Let’s get ’em tonight.

14 thoughts on “Miami 5, Atlanta 0”

  1. thanks, Painter

    The fastest gun in the East
    provides a distraction at least
    one hundred and seven
    or was that eleven
    we dote on how long he is leased.

  2. Thank you, Seat Painter.

    4:10 start. Big Fox must have had final say, but I like afternoon games.

    Go Braves.

  3. I’ve got 4 really good seats to next Sunday’s game (6/25) that comes with a parking pass. Section 116 row 3. I’ll sell the 4 for $100. Email me at cothrjr at hotmail dot com if interested.

  4. Can someone tell me why you would go over slot for a college senior? Seems like they have little leverage

    In other news, Kyle Wright was a junior…doh

  5. Garcia should never be allowed to throw a curve with 2 strikes. Nothing but hangers

  6. Yeah, based on the conversation on here, I now see that Don Sutton sucks. I’ve had a more discerning ear today. For instance, Flowers just hit a home run and you had no idea. He’s no better than Caray.

  7. For JT Realmuto, the organist played a song I recognized from a Nintendo game I played as a youth. Was it “Pro Wrestling?” No, maybe it was WWF. Yes, it was the music played in WWF when you picked the Hulk Hogan character. A google search says it is a song called “Real American”. Realmuto, Real American. Okee dokey!

  8. Extra innings. Shame they couldn’t close the deal there, but a good effort to tie the game.

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