HomeSPORTSMichael Harris II's three-hit sport leads Braves previous Giants

Michael Harris II’s three-hit sport leads Braves previous Giants

Michael Harris II homered, singled twice, scored thrice and drove in two runs, Spencer Strider threw seven sharp innings and the Atlanta Braves opened a three-game highway sequence with a 5-1 overcome the San Francisco Giants on Friday night time.

Matt Olson contributed an RBI double and sacrifice fly to Atlanta’s third win over San Francisco in 4 conferences over the previous eight days, this one within the opener of a 10-game highway journey.

Harris belted Logan Webb’s sixth pitch of the sport for his twelfth homer of the season, a solo shot that gave the guests a lead they by no means relinquished.

The middle fielder ignited a two-run fourth with a leadoff single, after which he stole second and got here round on a one-out double by Olson. Marcell Ozuna adopted with an RBI single, making it 3-0.

Harris was in the midst of one other two-run rebellion within the sixth when he adopted a Ronald Acuna Jr. triple with a run-scoring single. After one other steal of second and an infield out, Harris made it 5-0 when he scored on Olson’s sacrifice fly.

The five-run cushion was greater than adequate for Strider (15-4) and two relievers, who mixed on a six-hitter because the Braves gained their third sport in a row.

Coming off consecutive seven-inning shutout efforts, Strider ran his string of scoreless innings to twenty earlier than Joc Pederson tripled and scored on a J.D. Davis infield out within the seventh.

Strider was pulled after seven innings for the third consecutive begin, this time after permitting one run and three hits. He walked one and struck out 9.

Joe Jimenez and Raisel Iglesias completed up with a scoreless inning apiece, permitting a complete of three hits.

Webb (9-10) labored 5 1/3 innings, and he yielded all 5 Braves runs on six hits. He walked one and struck out one.

Wade Meckler had two singles and a stroll in three plate appearances for the Giants, who misplaced a sequence opener for the fifth consecutive time. San Francisco, a contender for a Nationwide League wild-card playoff spot, has dropped 13 of its previous 18 video games.

Atlanta out-hit San Francisco 7-6.

—Area Stage Media



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