The Braves are smashing records. In June, the club went 21-6 (.778), which included a 14-game win streak and a bevy of broken records in its wake. Matt Olson is breaking franchise records and even close to rivaling league records. Braves Country is also shattering records, putting up historic attendance numbers at Truist Park. Well, here are a few more stats for you:
The @Braves had quite a month.
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— MLB Stats (@MLBStats) July 5, 2022
The Braves may boast the best offense in baseball. Over that span, the lineup scored 155 runs and slashed .267/.326/.499 with an OPS of .825, 54 homers, 50 doubles, five triples, and 151 RBIs.
To put that into perspective, Atlanta scored 5.7 runs and hit 2.0 home runs per game. This team is absolutely on fire right now, and there are no signs of slowing down. Michael Harris II is looking like the Rookie of the Year as the youngest player in the league, Dansby Swanson is a serious MVP Candidate, and a slew of Braves are going to make it to the All-Star Game. It’s a great time to be a part of Braves Country.
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