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Jason Heyward makes spectacular game-ending or whatever

Jason Heyward returned to the Braves lineup last night after a six game absence due to his right hamstring injury and went 0-for-3 with a walk, letting that average simmer at a balmy .224 for the season.

Jason Heyward makes spectacular game-ending or whatever

Jason Heyward returned to the Braves lineup last night after a six game absence due to his right hamstring injury and went 0-for-3 with a walk, letting that average simmer at a balmy .224 for the season.

But his most direct effect on the game was this diving catch to maintain a one-run lead over the Mets and win it, keeping the Braves' footing in first place of the NL East for another night.

Or whatever.

Justin Klugh Sports Producer
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