Atlanta Braves Score Yesterday (04/10/23): Sean Murphy Walks it Off, Crazy OBPs, Bryce Elder’s Great Start, and More

The Atlanta Braves won the first two series of the season against the Nationals and Cardinals, going 5-1 in those games. They followed that up by losing a four-game series against the Padres to open their first home stand of the year.

Entering last night’s game against the Reds, the Braves were hoping to snap a three-game losing streak and get back on the winning track. Atlanta came into the game with a 6-4 record and in first place in the NL East.

Bryce Elder Continues to Dominate

The Braves sent Bryce Elder to the mound in his second start of the season while the Reds rolled with Graham Ashcraft.

Both starters pitched well but Ashcraft began to crack at the end of his outing. Elder went 6.1 innings with seven strikeouts, just one walk, and no runs allowed.

Over his past seven starts, Elder has posted a stellar 1.40 ERA.

Muprhy and Arcia Get the Bats Started

Sean Murphy started the scoring for the Braves in the sixth inning off of Ashcraft with a double to drive in Austin Riley, giving the Braves a 1-0 lead.

Orlando Arcia continued his hot start to the season with an RBI single in the eight inning to give the Braves a 3-1 lead.

Stuart Fairchild tripled in the top of the ninth off of AJ Minter to make it a one-run game. Kevin Pillar almost knocked the leftfield wall down trying to make the play.

Spencer Steer singled in the game tying run on a jam-shot dinky fly ball that dropped just in front of Ronald Acuna Jr.

Sean Murphy walks it off in 10th with first homer of the season

Sean Murphy had a big game with the bat and capped it off with his first home run of the season. The walkoff ended the game in the 10th inning. Murphy finished the night 3-5 with three RBI from the cleanup spot just one day after Travis d’Arnaud was placed on the IL7 list with a concussion.

Atlanta Braves Nightly Noteables

Ronald Acuna Jr. went 3-5 bringing his average to .340 on the season.

Sean Murphy’s big night brough his average up to .240 but his .424 OBP and .480 SLG give him a stellar .904 OPS on the young season.

Jesse Chavez finished the final two outs of the sixth in relief of Elder without allowing a run, earning his third hold of the season. Chavez has yet to allow a run this season.

Nick Anderson earned his second hold of the season despite allowing one run in one inning pitched. Anderson now has seven strikeouts over just four and two-thirds innings.

Dylan Lee earned the win with a shutdown 10th inning. Lee is following up his stellar 2022 campaign (2.13 ERA) with a scoreless 2023 after 4.2 innings.

The top four players at the top of the Braves lineup last night now have OBPs over .400 on the season.

Five Atlanta Braves with OBPs over .400 through 04/10/2023.

Ronald Acuna Jr. Hits the Umpire with Ice Bath

Atlanta Braves vs. Cincinnati Reds Game 2 Matchups

Luis Cessa vs. Kyle Wright at 7:20 pm EST

The Atlanta Braves look forward to Kyle Wright’s first start of the 2023 season after making one rehab start in Gwinnett.

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