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Ronald Acuña leaves the match due to stiffness in his calf

Ronald Acuña leaves the match due to stiffness in his calf

MIAMI – Just two days after the Braves were crowned National League East champions, Venezuelan Ronald Acuña Jr. exited in the eighth inning of a loss to Atlanta. By 9-6 in Game 1 of the series against the Marlins on Friday night at LoanDepot Park due to right calf cramp.

“I feel good,” Acuña said after the match. “I felt a muscle cramp. But yeah, we’ll see how tomorrow turns out [cómo] I sit down and see if I can play.

Acuña appeared to be hit by a bunt on a double play in the top of the eighth. After hitting the ground ball, he didn’t even run to first base. He looked good when he walked to right field and settled into position in the bottom half of the inning. But before Puerto Rican reliever Joe Jimenez threw a pitch, Braves coaches and manager Brian Snitker came out to check on Acuña and he left the game, replaced in the order by Forrest Wall, who entered left field as Kevin Pillar slid to right.

“I was only having tightness in my calf, so I want to make sure [de que está bien]Snitker commented. “I saw him touching himself after shift, so he’s going to get treatment.” … I have no idea. “I don’t know how bad it is, or what it is, anything.”