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Atlanta Braves Defeat New York Mets Despite Pete Alonso's Trash Talk

Despite Mets' slugger Pete Alonso's trash talk, Braves' pitcher Bryce Elder kept his cool and helped lead his team to a 6-4 victory over the Mets. Marcell Ozuna also bounced back after being benched earlier in the season.

Key Points

Braves showed mental toughness and resilience.
Elder and Ozuna both contributed to the win.
Ongoing rivalry adds excitement to the matchups.

In a heated matchup between the Atlanta Braves and the New York Mets, the Braves emerged victorious with a 6-4 win. However, the game was not without some drama, as Mets' slugger Pete Alonso taunted Braves' pitcher Bryce Elder after hitting a two-run homer. Despite the trash talk, Elder remained unfazed and settled in after a rough inning, helping to lead his team to victory.

Elder's response to Alonso's antics was a testament to his mental toughness and focus on the game. He acknowledged that chirping is part of baseball and stated that he wasn't bothered by it. The Braves rallied back from a 4-1 deficit to win the game, with reliever Tyler Matzek shouting "Throw it again!" after Atlanta tied the game. The rivalry between the two teams has been ongoing, with Braves' Spencer Strider attributing a Mets' series win to dumb luck on hitting and calls.

Braves Dominate Mets Despite Alonso's Trash Talk

In another story from the Braves, Marcell Ozuna bounced back after being benched for a lack of hustle just two days earlier. Ozuna rewarded his manager's confidence with a game-tying double after an extended rain delay. Despite Ozuna's off-field issues and poor play earlier in the season, Braves' manager Brian Snitker praised his work ethic to get back to what the team knew he was capable of. Ozuna's May and June numbers suggest he's back to his 2020 self, at least for now.

In conclusion, the Braves' victory over the Mets showcased their mental toughness and resilience, with Elder and Ozuna both contributing to the win. The ongoing rivalry between the two teams only adds to the excitement of these matchups, and fans can expect more drama and trash talk in future games.

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