Mets' deGrom leaves game with hyperextended right elbow

Braves Soroka set to debut vs. Mets

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The Atlanta Braves will look to complete the sweep after winning the first two games of the series, including a 7-0 triumph over NY in game two on Wednesday. "So we got him out of there". He returned to the dugout and told manager Mickey Callaway his arm hurt but he wanted to keep pitching.

In the next frame, Inciarte wouldn't need any assistance on another score, after launching a two-run homer against Mets reliever Paul Sewald.

DeGrom eclipsed 200 innings for the first time in his career in 2017. He'll undergo an MRI, and results will be available Thursday. Soroka finished with a line of 6.0 Innings, 6 Hits, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 5 SO, 1 HR, 1.50 ERA. He struck out six and allowed two hits on the night, throwing 46 pitches.

"I've always been in the American League", he said.

Here we go again. "Obviously Jake is one of the main cogs here on the team and for the rotation, really sets the tone for us". In the eighth, against Robert Gsellman, Freeman singled with one out and Nick Markakis drilled an RBI double to right center for a 4-0 lead. Rookie Ronald Acuna Jr. scored a run and was among six players to collect two of the Braves' 15 hits.

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The Mets and Braves were scoreless when deGrom departed.

Braves lefty Sean Newcomb, who threw seven shutout innings, doubled off Sewald with two outs in the seventh.

Yadiel Rivera was just 2-for-20 this season before delivering a walk-off single in the 10th inning to send the Marlins to their fourth consecutive win, 2-1 over the Phillies. They want to believe.That's to say: You sure do see a ton of Braves hats outside these days.The Braves, or the Baby Braves as they're already being called, have become one of the best stories in baseball, and in the wake of Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Mets, they're just a half-game out of first place in the National League East and on a three-game win streak.

White Sox righty Reynaldo Lopez hasn't given up more than two earned runs in any of his five starts this season, and sports a nifty 1.78 ERA. However, the offense behind him seems to be cooking at higher levels more consistently, and they will be going against a Mets team that's had some problems on the mound lately.

NY is starting to slide a bit in the standings dropping four of their last six games.

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