Adam Duvall hits a historic Grand Slam in Game 5 of the World Series

Lace Braves are one victory away from the World Series title and they did not want to leave any doubt that they want to be crowned at home and in the first confrontation of Framber Valdez with the Atlanta sluggers beat him a Grand Slam.

It was on the first casualty when Valdez found himself in trouble leaving the house full with Albies, Riley and Rosario base, that’s when Duvall came to paste the home run that would put the Braves ahead 4-0.

A Grand Slam that passes history, since Duvall becomes the third player in the World Series to connect one in the first inning, In addition, Atlanta is the first team to score four runs in the Opening roll of a crown game since the Yankees in 1961.

For the franchise, Adam Duvall is the second player to hit a Grand Slam ever since Lonnie Smith played Jack Morris in Game 5 of the 1992 Series.

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