Braves sweep Giants, complete 6-1 western trip

Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Braves sweep Giants, complete 6-1 western trip
Braves sweep Giants, complete 6-1 western trip

SAN FRANCISCO — Wednesday was an afternoon of missed scoring chances and men stranded on base. The Braves just barely scraped by with their last chance. In the ninth, Charlie Culberson sat at third with two outs for Tyler Flowers. Flowers grounded out to third, but first baseman Brandon Belt's foot slipped off the bag as he received the throw. The call stood after a lengthy review, scoring the winning run as boos serenaded AT&T Park. “With the naked eye, I thought (he was off the base),” Braves manager Brian Snitker said. “I did. I couldn't tell on the replay. I didn't see it well enough.” However controversial, the 2-1 win secured a 6-1 western trip for the Braves, their best since 2011. It

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