Matt Olson hit a grand slam because the Braves surprised the Rockies

ATLANTA – Matt Olson hit a grand slam within the first inning and the Atlanta Braves beat the Colorado Rockies 10-2 on Saturday for his or her fifth straight win.

Ozzie Albies, Eddie Rosario and Orlando Arcia homered because the NL-leading Braves (42-26) moved 19 video games over .500. They went on so as to add 42 runs and 52 hits and lead the Main Leagues with 122 residence runs.

The Braves asserted their dominance within the first with Olson’s twentieth residence run, a 424-footer to left subject. They lead with 66 residence runs within the first inning. Has 31 video games to attain a minimum of one run within the first inning.

Bryce Elder (5-1) retired the primary 11 batters he confronted earlier than Ryan McMahon hit a powerful single within the prime of the fourth that Albies couldn’t subject within the second. He allowed a house run to Mike Moustakas within the fifth and completed with 4 hits and one run allowed, walks and 4 strikeouts in six innings.

For the Rockies, Venezuela’s Ezequiel Dover is 4-1; Elias Diaz 3-0; and Harold Castro 3-2 with RBI. Colombian Jorge Alfaro is 3-0.

For the Braves, Venezuela’s Ronald Acuna Jr. scored a run in a 4-1 victory; Orlando Arcia scored two runs and drove in two to make it 4-3. Puerto Rican Eddie Rosario had a run and an RBI in a 4-2 victory. Dominican Marcel Ozuna scored a run to make it 2-0.

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