Despite losing the first two games of four in Philadelphia, the Braves finished Sunday for the 1st straight game Bounced back after a second win and got a split. Atlanta has a pair of key injuries to keep an eye on, although Ronald Acuña Jr. delivered a key punch on Sunday as a substitute after missing the first three games, appearing to allay any concerns about a back injury. Another young Warriors star to watch is Spencer Strider, who landed in Illinois this week after suffering a left oblique muscle discomfort. His absence certainly won’t help the Warriors in their quest for an NL East title, but they hope he’ll be ready for the playoffs.
5) Yankees(39- 29, last week: 6)
Aaron Judge returned empty-handed in his quest. 27 Hosts the rival Red Sox this weekend, but don’t don’t let that obscure the fact that the Yankees are rolling again. them/ has won seven games in a row, including four sweeping Boston, lowering their magic number to lock the AL East to two. That means the Yankees could win the division title as soon as Monday night, when they kick off a three-game series at the Rogers Center. Maybe the judges 28st home run will come on the same night as New York wins its second AL East title in the final game season.
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