Ronald Acuna Jr. linked for his 1st residence run of the spring, but Julio Teheran struggled in his 1st start of the spring as the Braves fell to the break up squad Astros by the score of 4-3.
Julio experienced a weird 1st inning of the season. He struck out 3 batters, but he also gave up a double and then a residence run to Derek Fisher which gave the Astros a fast 2- lead. The Astros would score an additional run in the 3rd inning on a throwing error from Freddie Freeman on a enjoy at the plate to make it 3-.
At the time Teheran still left right after the 3rd inning, Kolby Allard came in and pitched two innings. He did not strike out a batter and gave up a pair of walks as well as a solo shot to Nick Tanielu which would give the Astros their remaining run of the match. Grant Dayton, Sam Freeman, and Michael Mader would near out the match for the Braves with four scoreless innings of reduction.
The Braves did mount a comeback which was started off with Ronald Acuna Jr. connecting for his 1st residence run of the spring to lifeless middle discipline.
The Braves offense was quiet again until eventually the 8th inning when extended time Braves farmhand Sean Kazmar linked on a two-run residence run to carry the Braves within just a single. In the ninth inning, Drew Lugbauer did link for a single to carry the profitable run to the plate, but unfortunately Greyson Jenista and Jonathan Morales have been both equally retired to conclude the match.