The Detroit Tigers Travel to Atlanta to Face the Braves in a Three-game Series

The Atlanta Braves, with a 38-31 complete record (The Atlanta Braves)

The Atlanta Braves, with a 38-31 complete record and a 21-13 home record, are set to host the Detroit Tigers, who have a 34-37 final record and an 18-18 road record, in a three-game series at Truist Park.

The Braves have excelled at home, going 14-6 when hitting at least two home runs in a game. On the other hand, the Tigers have struggled on the road, with a .232 team batting average, ranking 10th in the American League.

Sean Murphy (The Atlanta Braves,)

Ozzie Albies has been a key player for the Braves, with 20 doubles and four home runs, while Marcell Ozuna has been on a tear, going 16-for-41 with three doubles and three home runs over the last 10 games.

For the Tigers, Riley Greene has been a bright spot, with 14 home runs, 36 walks, and 36 RBIs, batting .252. Wenceel Perez has also contributed, going 10-for-39 with two RBIs over the past 10 games.

This series marks the first meeting between the two teams this season, with the Braves looking to improve their home record and the Tigers seeking to overcome their road struggles.

Both teams have players on the injured list, including Huascar Ynoa, Michael Harris II, and Spencer Strider for the Braves, and Javier Baez, Alex Faedo, and Kerry Carpenter for the Tigers. Despite these setbacks, both teams are expected to give it their all in what promises to be an exciting series.