Tyler Moore is originally called safe on a tag play and the Braves challenge the call, and after review, it is confirmed
Braves starter Jaime Garcia faced one more than the minimum through the first four innings and had not allowed more than four runs during any of his previous 12 starts this season. But things got weird during Miami's five-run fifth inning, which was fueled by Tyler Moore drilling an 0-2 curveball over the left-field wall for a two-run homer. After Giancarlo Stanton drew an intentional walk, Christian Yelich capped the uprising by hitting a two-run double to right field.
With his pinch-hit RBI single in Miami's five-run fifth inning, Ichiro Suzuki has now recorded a hit in 41 parks since starting his big league career with Seattle in 2001. The list includes the Tokyo Dome in '12, when he was with Seattle.
The Braves challenged a safe call in the sixth inning as Phillips tried to tag Moore in between first and second base. The call stood as the replay showed that Phillips didn't tag him. The time of the review was 48 seconds.
Marlins: Wrapping up the three-game set at 1:35 p.m. ET on Sunday is Jose Urena (5-2, 3.70 ERA). Urena is 0-3 (10.29 ERA) in six games with three career starts against Atlanta.
Braves: Mike Foltynewicz will take the mound for the finale of this three-game set. Foltynewicz had thrown 14 consecutive scoreless innings before allowing a season-high eight runs over just 3 1/3 frames on Tuesday at Nationals Park.
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