Braves make no changes to their roster for the NLCS

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In plenty of time before their Game 1 matchup with the Dodgers in the NLCS, the Braves released their roster for the series.

This is the exact same roster that the Braves used for the NLDS against the Marlins.

Bryse Wilson and Huscar Ynoa are once again apart of the team for this series. Either could be used as a potential starter for Game 4, or the Braves could turn to their bullpen for the full nine innings.

To make room for those two, the Braves will only be carrying two catchers — Travis d’Arnaud, who was the unofficial MVP of the NLDS, and Tyler Flowers. Atlanta will also be rolling with Cristian Pache as their extra outfielder over Ender Inciarte, and Charlie Culberson and Pablo Sandoval are included as potential pinch-hitters off the bench. Sandoval’s presence could turn out to be critical in this series, given his experience against the Dodgers and in the postseason.

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