Breaking News: Atlanta Braves Confirm Another Perfect Addition To The Squard

Travis d’Arnaud is back in the starting lineup after Chadwick Tromp started the game on Sunday. As usual, nothing unusual.
We now have the official lineups that both the Atlanta Braves and the Seattle Mariners have filed ahead of their upcoming baseball series.

Since this is a blog about the Braves, let’s begin by discussing how the team will appear tonight:

The Braves are dressing in their typical fashion for the first game of the series, as you might expect. The only alteration from the thrilling walk-off victory over Cleveland yesterday is the return of Travis d’Arnaud to the starting lineup following his absence on Sunday. When it comes to this Braves lineup against Seattle starter Bryce Miller, there isn’t much historical data to go on, so I’ll just mention that Atlanta has the best team wOBA (.353) and the second-best team wRC+ in baseball (123), trailing only the Dodgers by one run. May it last for a very long time!
Here is an update on the Mariners’ lineup for tonight’s game:
Luis Urías is batting eighth for Seattle today, and while Josh Rojas has been the buzz of the town up in the Pacific Northwest, it looks like Scott Servais is sticking with the platoon at third base plan. Rojas’s absence from the starting lineup has caused Julio Rodríguez to advance to the leadoff position. Even though Rodríguez has had a very sluggish start to the season, he is still a very dangerous player in this lineup tonight.


The game tonight can be streamed on, seen on Bally Sports South, and heard on 93.7/680 The Fan.

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