Michael Harris returned Wednesday night from the injured list, beginning his rehab assignment in Gwinnett, but as expected, that assignment was short-lived. He’s been added to the major-league roster ahead of their series versus the Mets.
The #Braves today returned OF Michael Harris II from his rehabilitation assignment and reinstated him from the injured list. The club also reinstated OF Eli White from the paternity list and optioned him to Triple-A Gwinnett, while OF Nick Solak was optioned to Gwinnett following…
— Atlanta Braves (@Braves) April 28, 2023
With Harris returning, this is by far the healthiest the Braves have been all season, and it couldn’t come at a better time. The Mets are set to host the Braves for a four-game series in their first meeting of the season. Atlanta currently holds a two-game lead in the division, and while it won’t be easy, this is a perfect opportunity to give themselves a little cushion early in the year, something they haven’t had the luxury of over the last couple of seasons.
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