Cardinals had Set the Record by Scoring 10 Runs in First-Inning Against Braves in NLDS Game 5

Cardinals had Set the Record by Scoring 10 Runs in First-Inning Against Braves in NLDS Game 5

Cardinals had Set the Record by Scoring 10 Runs in First-Inning against Braves in NLDS Game 5

This is one of the finest first innings in MLB playoff history astound the crowd at SunTrust Park on Wednesday and put the Braves on course to confine a big-league record with their 10th straight postseason first-round loss. 

Atlanta starter Mike Foltynewicz, who launched seven scoreless innings in Game 2, departed only one-hitter. A big mistake by first baseman Freddie Freeman put a price on the Braves an opportunity to leave the inning with only one run scoring. 

The Cardinals dispatch 14 batters to the plate before Max Fried finally acquired the final out.

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