Austin Riley walk-off lifts Braves over Dodgers in NLCS Game 1 (Video)

Austin Riley walk-off lifts Braves over Dodgers in NLCS Game 1 (Video)

Austin Riley, Atlanta Braves. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images).
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Austin Riley provides the walk-off single to plate Ozzie Albies, as the Atlanta Braves take Game 1 of the 2021 NLCS over the Los Angeles Dodgers, 3-2.
Atlanta Braves 3rd baseman Austin Riley had 2 clutch hits in Game 1 of the 2021 NLCS, including the game-winner that plated Ozzie Albies from second.
The Braves won Game 1 over the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 in walk-off style. Riley had actually struck a solo shot to connect it up at two after Will Smith took Max Fried deep in the top of the fourth. While the pitching personnels controlled the second half of the video game, we saw a ridiculous change of occasions in the last frame. Riley was The GOAT for Atlanta, Chris Taylor was the goat for Los Angeles …
Here is the clutch game-winning single off the bat of Riley to give provide Braves the Game Video game win.

Caught between third and 2nd, the Braves tagged out the Dodgers centerfielder for the third and final out of the top of the ninth.

Austin Riley strolls it off for Atlanta Braves in Game 1 of 2021 NLCS.
For as wild as the walk-off single was, what was even crazier was what occurred in the top of the ninth. Caught in between second and third, the Braves tagged out the Dodgers centerfielder for the third and last out of the top of the ninth.

The Braves won Game 1 over the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 in walk-off fashion. Riley was The GOAT for Atlanta, Chris Taylor was the goat for Los Angeles …
Here is the clutch game-winning single off the bat of Riley to give the Braves the Game Video game win.

While it was not the play that chose the video game, Taylors base-running error established the Braves with a chance to win it in the bottom of the ninth inning and they capitalized on it.

One would have thought Taylor would have made it to 3rd easily had he not stopped running.