Has Braves Offense Turned Corner?
- Updated: May 20, 2014
The Atlanta Braves have been struggling all season to score runs and get key hits. Atlanta hasn’t been good at coming from behind late in games, either.
Did the Braves struggling offense turn it around with the late game victory over the Cardinals on Sunday and the ensuing 9-run explosion against Central Division leading Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night?
There surely has to be confidence gained from the two victories, the anemic offense having woken up from a long slumber.
Oftentimes major league teams will get a spark and then rattle off a long hot streak punctuated by an impressive winning streak. Whether that happens or not for the Braves remains to be seen.
The Braves caught a break against St. Louis when long time nemesis Adam Wainwright was pushed back a day and missed his scheduled start Sunday against the Braves.
The Bravos beat a good pitcher Monday night (Wily Peralta) lets see if they can keep it going against the tough Yovani Gallardo.
I think the Braves are ready to start playing all-around solid baseball and rattle off a bunch of wins.