Atlanta Braves News: Michael Harris, Allan Winans update, and more

The Atlanta Braves saw their five-game winning streak come to an end on Sunday with a 4-3 loss to the Atlanta Braves San Francisco Giants. Despite the loss, Atlanta still took the series and now they will Waiting for the New York Mets to arrive on Monday.

The Braves played Sunday’s game without quarterback Michael Harris, who was a late scratch from the lineup due to a bruised foot. Harris fouled a ball off his foot in Saturday’s game and got up sore on Sunday.

Harris said after the game that the X-rays came back negative and that he hopes to return to the lineup for Monday’s home opener against the Mets.

Given Atlanta’s big lead, we’ll see if that happens because they have no incentive to take him back on the field. However, it is good to see that the injury does not appear to be serious.

More news for the brave

Charlie Morton will turn 40 in November. He again scored important innings for the Braves who have a $20 million option for next season. Morton told FanGraphs’ David Lorella Recently that his focus is on trying to win another World Championship This off-season will decide if it’s time to call it a career.

Brian Snicker confirmed Sunday that rookie right fielder Alan Winans will make his third career start in Monday’s opener against the Mets. Winans threw seven scoreless innings against New York at Citi Field on their last road trip. The corresponding move hasn’t been announced, but at the very least, starting Winans will allow them to give the rest of the rotation an extra day off.

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MLB News

There was a lot of Giants news before the end of the day Sunday in Atlanta. San Francisco Short term Brandon Crawford was placed on the 10-day injured list with forearm strain. Luis Matos took his spot on the active roster and stepped back from Max Fried. Gabe Kapler also announced for San Francisco The best pitching agent will call Kyle Harrison To start the tuesday vs Philadelphia Phillies.

The Reds got a large portion of their rotation on Sunday when They reinstated Hunter Green from the 60-day injured list.

the New York Yankees They have lost eight games in a row and the pressure seems to be building on coach Aaron Boone. Bonn I recently met with General Partner Hal Steinbrenner and General Manager Brian Cashman in a closed meeting.

Cardinals and outfielder Dylan Carlson are awaiting test results before making a decision Whether or not he will have ankle surgery at the end of the season remains to be seen.

Blue Jays first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. He left Sunday’s game with discomfort in his left middle finger. The injury does not appear to be serious and Monday will give Guerrero another 24 hours to recover.

Major League Baseball announced Sunday that the Yankees and Detroit Tigers It will participate in the 2024 Little League Classic.

Philadelphia Phillies Energized player Brandon Marsh Before Sunday’s game against the Nationals.

rookie sailors Emerson Hancock left Sunday’s game against the Astros In the second half with a strained right shoulder.

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