Braves Clinch the Eastern Division For the 3rd Straight Year!!

The Braves started off this series with the Miami Marlins with a close 5-4 victory, and last night the Braves pulled off another victory. But this one was EVEN BETTER… winning 11-1, the Atlanta Braves clinched the National League East for the third straight year. They have also made major league history, when they picked up their 20th Division Title.


Bryce Wilson pitched tonight for the Braves and surprised us all with five scoreless innings and five strikeouts. Considering all of the struggles that the Braves’ rotation has gone through this 2020 season — first losing Soroka for the season, then losing Max Fried for a two weeks. Not to mention… Cole Hamels, who started the season on the IL for the Braves and made one start against the Orioles then went back on the IL and is most likely out for the postseason — our team has proven that we have the perserverance to play hard and win.

The Braves’ bats also came alive tonight! Marcell Ozuna – what a player! He got things started for the Braves tonight with a solo-home run in the first inning. He also sent a bomb out of the park in the eighth inning. He now leads the NL in home runs and RBIs. The Braves hit a total of five home runs tonight. Two by Ozuna, one by Ozzie Albies, one by Dansby Swanson, and one by MVP candidate Freddie Freeman!

Considering everything with COVID in 2020, this clinching celebration was different. But is wasn’t just different due to COVID. The Braves went into this season with a different mindset than the last couple of postseason runs. They went into Spring Training 2020 with the mindset of, “we are going to clinch the division this year and make it further into the post-season.”

Last year’s post-season run was disappointing. The Braves made it to game five after blowing game four against the St. Louis Cardinals. They gave up 10 runs in the first inning and ended their postseason run with a loss of 13-1. BUT… the Atlanta Braves -right now- are quite possibly going to face their postseason rivals the Cardinals in the Division Series, and the Braves have a different ending in mind than last time!

What a night it was for the Atlanta Braves! Clinching the NL East for the third year in a row and gaining their 20th division title is flat out amazing! The most division titles in in major league history.

Albies is Back, and Boy How We Missed Him!

After Ozzie Albies missed a month with the Braves team due to a bone contusion in his right wrist, he is finally back! The contusion affected his swing from the right side, putting him on the injured list on August 5.

Ozzie was dearly missed not only offensively and defensively, but also in the dugout. Because of the coronavirus, players who are not actively playing are not allowed to be with the team. So Ozzie Albies, a guy who loves to play everyday and brings energy and excitement to the team, had to stay at home.

Ozzie was activated from the IL on September 10th against their division rivals the Miami Marlins. He had three hits in his first game back. That includes his 424ft home run to center field. The Braves won the game versus the Marlins after his return, setting a franchise record 29 runs! 29 RUNS!!

Ozzie has continued to do very well since his return. He has hit a total of five home runs this season. Four of them have come since he has returned from the IL, and two of them came in the same game!!

With the season coming to a close with only six games left, it is a huge relief to have the Braves “spark-plug” back and producing! And let’s face it… right now the Braves need all the help they can get to hopefully clinch the divison for the third straight year and make a succesful postseason run!

** I know its been quite awhile since I posted last, but I started high school, and I’ve been much busier than expected. But never you fear, I haven’t missed a single Braves game and this post is what I’ve been waiting for! #OzzieAlbiesisMyFavorite