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FREDDIE FREEMAN WALKS OFF AMIR GARRETT TO GIVE THE BRAVES A 1-0 LEAD IN THE NL WILD CARD SERIES

Can you believe the Cincinnati Reds pitched to the National League Most Valuable Player Freddie Freeman?! With a Postseason game hanging in the balance?!

The fact the Braves won that baseball game is truly unbelievable. Of all the Braves Postseason baseball I've ever watched, I've never been more certain they were going to lose a game than that one. The Reds had a runner at third base with nobody out seemingly five times. I have no idea how the bullpen kept getting out of those jams.

If you would have told me those teams were going to play the first game in Postseason history to ever go into the 12th inning without a run, I would have been 100 percent certain it was going to end in a very Atlanta fashion for the Braves — and that's not to mention the Braves' 21 strikeouts. But we have Freddie Freeman and your favorite team doesn't.

And how about that schmuck Amir Garrett? David Bell brought in his best reliever and chose to pitch to the best hitter in the National League and got what was coming to him. You absolutely hate to see it.

And obviously Game 1 in a three-game series is massive no matter what, but with the Braves presumably going with rookies Ian Anderson and Kyle Wright against the Reds' pitching staff, this was an absolute must-win.

Holy hell, what a rollercoaster. Talk that shit, Freddie. Chop On.