A recap of last night's Toronto/Atlanta Game Two.
|The Atlanta Braves did it again last night.
The Braves allowed the Toronto Blue Jays to come back and win the second of a three game series 4-1.
There was no scoring until the bottom of the fifth inning when William Contreras hit a solo home.
It turned out to be the Braves lone run in the game.
At the top of the sixth inning, Marcus Semien tied the game by driving in Cavan Biggio with a double.
The Jays went ahead 2-1 at the top of the seventh inning when Teoscar Hernandez hit a solo home run.
At the top of the ninth inning, Hernandez hit a two run homer.
At the postgame press conference, Jay's manager, Charlie Montoyo credited the bullpen for giving his team a chance to win the game.
Hernandez went two for three and had three RBIs.
Jay's starting pitcher, Hyun-Jin Ryu had another good outing.
Ryu went seven innings, allowing five hits, an earned run, a walk, and struck out six batters.
Brave's starting pitcher, Max Fried went six innings, allowing two hits, an earned runs, three walks, and struck out four batters.