The Atlanta Braves have come to within one win of clinching their fifth consecutive National League East division title.
After trailing the New York Mets in the division for the vast majority of the season, the defending World Series champions pulled off a sweep over their hated rivals over the weekend at Truist Park, reaching the 100-win mark.
It’s evident that the Braves fed off of an electric crowd last night and in the previous two games of the series.
Now, all it takes is a win or a Mets loss.
Brian Snitker, the team’s manager, made sure to give the fans a shoutout, saying that it was as electric as it had been all season long for all three games.
— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) October 3, 2022
Braves Fans Ready For More
Braves Country is ready for yet another World Series run.
They won it all last year after capturing just 88 wins in the regular season.
The Braves continue to establish themselves as a powerhouse in Major League Baseball.
They know how to win in key spots, and they feed off of an electric crowd when they take the field at Truist Park.
Snitker certainly appreciates what the fans bring to the table for the Braves.
Now, Braves fans can start dreaming of another World Series run this year.
If they capture the NL East title, they’ll clinch the No. 2 seed in the National League and a bye to the NLDS, where they’ll await one of the final two Wild Card teams or the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Braves are ready to go and so are their fans.
A lot is on the line with just three games to go.
We’ll see if Atlanta can take home their fifth consecutive division title.