Braves Jared Shuster throttles Mariners for first MLB win

Rookie Jared Shuster, Atlanta’s top pitching prospect, picked up his first major league win on Sunday. They are brave defeat the visitor Seattle Mariners 3-2 in the rubber game of their three-game series

Shuster (1-2), entered the rotation in a hurry when the They are brave Top starter Max Fried and Kyle Wright lost the best start of their young career to long-term injuries. In his fourth appearance, the left-hander went six innings and allowed one hit, one walk and a career-high seven strikeouts.

Atlanta’s bullpen finished the win. Collin McHugh pitched a scoreless seventh inning, Nick Anderson allowed a run in the eighth and Raisel Iglesias pitched a perfect ninth, striking out two for his third save.

Seattle starter George Kirby (5-3) pitched seven innings and allowed three runs on six hits, one walk and six strikeouts.

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THE They are brave scored a run in the first inning. Ronald Acuna Jr. singled — now hitting .524 (22:42) when he leads off a game — and drove in Matt Olson’s double. Atlanta has scored 18 runs inside the first 10 pitches of a game this season, the most in the majors. Atlanta scored 37 runs in the first inning

THE Sailors He tied the game in the second period when Jarred Kelenic scored his ninth goal. That was the only hit Shuster gave up

Atlanta took a 2-1 lead in the third inning when Eddie Rosario singled to center field to score Olson.

THE They are brave In the sixth, Travis d’Arnaud hit his first homer of the season, a 419-foot blast to left-center field.

Seattle cut the lead to 3-2 in the eighth inning when Jose Caballero hit his first homer, a solo shot to left.

JP Crawford went 0-4 to end his hitting streak at 16 games.

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Seattle went 4-5 on its 11-day, nine-game road trip and returns home to begin a three-game series against the Oakland Athletics. THE They are brave begins a three-game homestand against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday

— Field Level Media