While the American League took the day off after Game 1, the senior scheme moved forward with a pair of NLDS Game 2s on Wednesday.

The Atlanta Braves evened their streak with Philadelphia Phillies after a three-hour rain delay, they changed the start time. in the west, San Diego Padres connected things with Los Angeles Dodgers.

Here are all the best plays from Wednesday’s Game 2.

San Diego Padres 5, Los Angeles Dodgers 3

Starting with a BANG

Manny Machado took the Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw deep into left field in the top of the first inning, giving San Diego a 1-0 lead. This was their first starring role in the series.

I got it back

Freddie Freeman hit a solo home run off the Padres starting pitcher Yu Darvish at the bottom of the first, tie the score one piece at a time.

Another solo shot

Max Muncy hit the Dodgers’ second home run of the game to right-center field in the bottom of the second to give them a 2-1 lead.

Another Machado RBI

The Padres led off the top of the third with a pair of singles. Machado then followed with an RBI double down the left field line. San Diego tied the score twice.

Productive output

Jake Cronenworth was the first, but killed Juan Soto from the third. The Padres took a 3-2 lead.

Three runs for three home runs

Trea Turner connected on a home run for the Dodgers with a solo shot to left in the bottom of the third to tie the game once again.

The Padres take advantage of the mistake

Kershaw and Darvish both lasted five innings, giving up three runs apiece.

In the top of the sixth, Turner broke up a potential inning-ending double play, putting runners on first and second. Yurikson Prafar then hit an RBI base hit to right, giving the Padres a 4-3 lead.

What a play

Trent Grisham bunted trying to squeeze in a run, and the Dodgers pitcher Brusdar Graterol made a great off-balance throw home for the out.

Double catch

Austin Nola sent a fly ball deep into center field, forcing Cody Bellinger to sprint and turn his body twice to make the catch — potentially stopping two more runners from scoring.

The Padres will stay out of trouble

San Diego was brought Robert Suarez with a bullpen with runners on the corners and nobody. The right-hander got a strikeout and then induced an inning-ending double play.

Insurance agent

Jake Cronenworth hit a ball deep into the seats in right field off the Dodgers’ shortstop Blake Trainenwhich gave the Padres a 5-3 lead in the eighth.

The goose is loose

As the Dodgers tried to mount a comeback in the eighth inning, a goose took the field. But when Padres reliever Josh Hader was brought into the game, the goose was retired and San Diego got out of the inning unscathed.

The series is tied

Despite a little late-inning drama, the Padres held on for a 5-3 win. It was their first round of the division in 16 years.

Atlanta Braves 3, Philadelphia Phillies 0

1-2-3 1st inning

Kyle Wright made the right move for the Braves by putting away the Phillies to start the first.

however, Zack Wheeler did the same for Phyllis.

Great catch … by the fans

A Braves fan made a good catch on a missed ball Matt Olson down the left field line.

What a trick!

Dansby Swanson made one of his best catches of the season in the top of the sixth. The shortstop ran into left-center field and made a great catch to lead the Braves out of the inning. The game remained tied.

The brave break through the ice

With two outs in the bottom of the sixth, Olson ground out under the Phillies’ first baseman Rhys Hoskinsscoring Ronald Acuna from second to give the Braves a 1-0 lead.

Two exits

One hit later Austin Riley hit an infield hit to score Atlanta’s second run of the game. Then the next test, Travis d’Arnaud, hit an RBI single to center field. Atlanta led 3-0.

Wright’s stuff

Wright exited after throwing six scoreless innings with six strikeouts while allowing just two hits over one walk.

Another spectacular catch

With a runner on in the top of the eighth for the Phillies, Riley made an unbelievable catch in foul territory near the tarp in the second out of the inning. The Phillies haven’t been threatened in recent games.

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