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  • RT @mlbbowman: Soroka’s debut served as one of the few highlights during a homestand marred by Sobotka’s struggles https://t.co/4Ix0llbVx2
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  • Soroka’s debut served as one of the few highlights during a homestand marred by Sobotka’s struggles https://t.co/4Ix0llbVx2
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  • Soroka ended his day by escaping a bases-loaded threat in the fifth. He allowed one run and four hits over five innings (84 pitches). He threw 30 sliders. His previous high was 26 sliders during a 90-pitch effort in Miami on May 12
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  • Soroka enters the fifth with his pitch count at 67. He is due to lead off the bottom half of the inning. But an efficient inning might lead him to the sixth as the Braves' work with a short pen.
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  • Soroka totaled 49 and 70 pitches in his first two starts for Gwinnett. So, he'll be available for at least 90 pitches this afternoon. Both lefties (Minter and Biddle) are likely unavailable. Sobotka, Winkler, Jackson and Parsons will be today's high-leverage options
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  • RT @mlbbowman: Even with Vizcaino done for the season, there’s still reason to doubt Kimbrel will end up with the Braves https://t.co/JkQNglTO2Z
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  • RT @mlbbowman: The D-backs knew Biddle had battled the yips. Snitker knows his lefty reliever’s recent battles have been more mental than physical https://t.co/kVAbJo7JbU
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  • The D-backs knew Biddle had battled the yips. Snitker knows his lefty reliever’s recent battles have been more mental than physical https://t.co/kVAbJo7JbU
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  • Donaldson lining out to CF w/ a 109.3 mph exit velo was a bit of a rarity. Dating back to 2015, MLB hitters batted .827 (1153-for-1394) on liners hit straightaway w/ an exit velo of 109 mph or above.
    That might be the hardest line drive out I’ve ever seen
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  • Gausman blew a 97.5 mph heater past Escobar to end the sixth with his eighth strikeout. His 4-seamer has averaged 94.2 mph, which would be the second-highest mark he's produced in a start with the Braves. Former teammate Adam Jones' solo homer stands as the D-backs' only hit.
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