The rain fell for most of the end of the series of Atlanta at Camden Yards, but it didn’t matter. The Braves knew they had business to attend to before heading home, which they will do with a nine-game winning streak thanks to a 3-1 slate victory over the Orioles on Sunday.
The club swept the Nationals, Marlins and Orioles during his nine-game road trip, getting ahead of the race for the title of the East Division of the National League. The Braves They kept another active streak alive, a 13-game road winning streak, which is tied for the fourth longest in MLB since 2000:
The Braves have won 16 of their last 18 games, taking sole possession of the NL East for the first time all season. Atlanta (68-56) is five games ahead of Philadelphia (63-61), after the Phils also won Sunday.
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The club started the season cold, with five games under .500 on June 16. Since then, he has the fifth-best record in baseball (38-21). The team added a few outfielders to its roster at the trade deadline, including Jorge Soler and Adam Duvall. In the ninth straight win, two of those new faces showed just how much power they add to this lineup.
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