Braves in tough spot because hitters didn’t hit, lineup changes had nothing to do with it

Braves in tough spot because hitters didn’t hit, lineup changes had nothing to do with it

The Braves went 0-for-5 with runners in scoring position, and those five opportunities couldn’t have been any bigger.


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