CWith a great pitching by Max Freid, the Atlanta Braves responded against the Milwaukee Brewers and won 3-0 to even the Division Series (1-1). The starter of the visit stood out with seven strikeouts and claimed the victory.
The first duel on the hill had been for Burnes, but the story on Saturday fell to Fried, who from the first moment supplied his pitches well and demanded the offense of some Brewers who could not find the formula.
Yet on the other side, Woodruff also responded. With a good job in the zone and with a streamer that withstood a difficult start and hung up the rings, the pticing duel began with great expectations. But the Atlanta hits came on the third roll.
With a brilliant run by Soler following a hit by Freeman, the Braves posted the first run. Later in that chapter, Albie connected to drive Freeman.
Despite Woodruff hitting a hot streak and correcting the fastball, the bucket of cold water came when Riley blew the fence off for the sixth roll. What followed was a solid response from Atlanta and a lot of pulse when the hits loomed. But a double play in the ninth put out the fire at just the right time and conceded the Braves triumph.