The Atlanta Braves showed their superiority and eliminated the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday, after defeating them 5 runs by 4 and thus culminate with a 3-1 series, with which they advance to the National League Championship Series in the MLB .
With a home run by Freddie Freeman in the eighth inning that broke the four-run tie, the Braves advanced to the Championship Series for the second year in a row. The last time they repeated in this instance was during the run of 8 between 1991 and 1999.
Atlanta has crowned an incredible year, after losing one of its top figures due to injury in the middle of the season, such as Venezuelan Ronald Acuña. In addition, we must add the loss of Marcell Ozuna, who missed the rest of the campaign due to a case of domestic violence.
The Braves await the winner of the matchup between the San Francisco Giants and the Los Angeles Dodgers, in what promises to be an exciting Championship Series for teams with a lot of history and fans in the Major Leagues.